The Youth Art Committee of San Ramon is a city-affiliated committee of 20 youth artists that are talented in a wide variety of art forms. They are hand-selected from applications at the beginning of the school year.
Once a board member, they are given opportunities such as getting their portfolios reviewed by art professors to exhibiting work nationally and internationally.
Additionally, they participate in non-profit
based projects, including custom artwork for the elderly, providing scholarships to low-income communities, creating masks to raise funds for Yemen, and painting state murals for social justice causes.
Q and A
Q: How do I become a board member?
A: At the beginning of the school year, applications will be open and announced on all social media platforms.
Q: How do I become an officer?
A: A separate application will be announced on all social media platforms
Q: What's the difference between the San Ramon Arts Council and the San Ramon Youth Art Committee?
A: The San Ramon Arts Council is an adult board that runs the art programs of the city. Our committee occasionally gets guidance from them but we are not directly affiliated.
Q: Can this organization give out volunteer hours?
A: Yes! All-time used on both non-profit projects and opportunities can go towards any and all service hours.
For any additional questions please visit the contact us page!
Youth Art Committee - firstname.lastname@example.org