Drawn Together: Celebrating DrawBridge Youth Artists

For more than 30 years, DrawBridge has provided free expressive arts programs that connect children with creativity in shelters, affordable housing facilities, and community centers across the Bay Area. This spring, the work of these talented children will be celebrated with a new exhibition, Drawn Together: Celebrating DrawBridge Youth Artists.

As part of the celebration, the works of DrawBridge youth artists will be exhibited at each of their program sites, complete with receptions for families and caregivers. A traveling pop-up exhibition of the children’s works will follow, hosted by local business and community centers throughout the Bay Area. An online exhibition will accompany the show.

The exhibition concludes with a closing party for the public, June 11 from 2-4 pm at the Marin Art and Garden Center in Ross. This family-friendly event will feature a viewing of the exhibition in the studios and gardens, plus family activities, picnic treats, and an auction. All proceeds benefit DrawBridge expressive arts programs for children.

We invite you to join us in celebrating these talented youth artists!

Sponsors at the $150 level and up will be recognized on DrawBridge’s website, social media platforms, and event signage. Sponsors at the $2500 level and up will also receive recognition at public events including logo display on event invitation and signage, acknowledgement at podium, opportunities for organizational representatives to make remarks, and complimentary tickets for organizational leadership and guests. To learn more, please contact us at giving@drawbridge.org.

Drawn Together: Celebrating DrawBridge Youth Artists is presented in partnership with Blick Art Materials, Catholic Charities of San Francisco, Charities Housing, City of San Rafael Albert J. Boro Community Center, Compass Family Services, Educational Community Partnerships, Homeward Bound of Marin, Hamilton Families, Housing Authority of the City of Alameda, Marin Art and Garden Center, Marin Montessori School, and the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation. An online exhibition and complete schedule of exhibition locations for the public will be available at drawbridge.org.