ArtSeed’s mission is to connect the most resourceful & gifted with the youngest & most vulnerable citizens of the Bay Area & beyond through projects that explore links between classical & cutting-edge fine arts disciplines. Learn more about our 2020 theme: Zombies’ Race to Mass Extinction: 1) Early Signs; 2) Natural Wonders and Disasters; 3) Technology and Stewardship
Art Opportunities for All Ages
Artworks by ArtSeed artists of all ages are featured here. Saturday & Sunday, April 18 & 19, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m., Location: Bldg 101, Studio 2513, GPS: 451 Galvez Ave., S.F.
April 25, 10am - 8 pm
@ the Presidio
A 10-hour art-and-music-making marathon for artists of all ages and levels of experience.
at the Presidio
Portfolio and collaborative project building workshop for ten students, ages 10 to 18 years, or for younger students after an interview.
September 3 - October 3
at Tides Converge Galleries
Race to Mass Extinction, Choices and Costs: Early Signs and Interventions
Opening Reception 5–7 p.m.: Thursday, September 3, 2020; Closing Reception, 3–5 p.m.: Saturday, October 3, 2020
(Teaching Artists inquire here)
SF Montessori Academy (Preschool);Booker T. Washington Community Service Center (K-8th); Saint Brigid School (2nd-8th); Veterans Building, 401 Van Ness Ave.; Swords to Plowshares Veterans Academy
Nonprofit Internship &
Studio Apprenticeship Programs
By appointment – Portfolio-building for artists of all ages and levels of expertise. Coaching in the practice of classical or experimental techniques. The highest grade materials are provided.
ArtSeed Annual Letter of Appeal
Dear ArtSeed Friend,
Thanks for being with us as we celebrate our 20th anniversary. Our team of children, artists, and volunteers has been painting oil portraits at various pop up locations. The Peaceful World Foundation sponsored this portrayal of an historic number (131!) of Congresswomen now in office. Juxtaposed with these lawmakers’ faces are images of missing women whose cases are finally being investigated. Come to pay tribute or memorialize someone with us.
Returning ArtSeed alumni such as Bryant Lui, armed with arts-related higher learning, have helped to develop younger minds with Summer Intensive lessons where their art-making grew into a large annual exhibition. Their brain-storming has grown into new partnerships addressing next year’s theme of climate change. Noah Gavrich is teaching 40-plus new ArtSeed students who are afterschool children at Booker T. Washington Community Service Center while reviving ArtSeed’s Studio Residency Program at Hunters Point Shipyard. An individual annual donation from a supporter like you makes it possible for ArtSeed to continue our resolve to never turn anyone away for lack of funds. Take a peek at these photos to get a hint at what we’ve done! Magnify the image below to find the classmate photographers’ reflection. Build ArtSeed’s Legacy Society and help create a sustainable future with your planned gift.
These collaborations, events and meaningful individual connections happen as a result of contributions, both great and small, by our large community of patrons. We invite you to join us as we begin to celebrate our big anniversary. Also, please check out our website regularly for further news and updates. It’s easy to click on the “Donate Now” button and the “Volunteer” button. Receive a nifty hand-made surprise, special invitations, and our heartiest thanks in return for your help as we complete our second decade!
– Josefa Vaughan, ArtSeed Founder and Executive Director
“As a beginning volunteer I appreciate the unique opportunity to paint a Congress woman with your instruction and experience. ArtSeed has provided an expanded perspective I could not have imagined. Thank you!” – Margaret Stark-Roberts, August 9, 2019
“I am so grateful for your welcoming open arms. We love ArtSeed to the moon and back!” – Chlöe Thomas, July 12, 2019
OFFICE: 1007 General Kennedy Avenue
Suites 206 & 210
San Francisco, CA 94129
Office number: 415-409-1761
HUNTERS POINT SHIPYARD STUDIO
Building 101, Studio 2513
GPS: 451 Galvez Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94124
ArtSeed is supported in large part by individual gifts of all sizes and by gifts of time and expertise from friends. We are immensely grateful for recent generous donations from Peaceful World Foundation, The Cervin & Gavrich Family and Tony & Caroline Grant. Thank you all very much! Click to see a full list of sponsors and in-kind donors. Please call us if you see updates and corrections that are needed.
Josefa Vaughan: Executive Director
Cell: 415-656-9849; firstname.lastname@example.org
Gino Bella: Executive Assistant
Cell: 612-978-3511; email@example.com
P.O. Box 29277
San Francisco, CA, 94129
ArtSeed’s mission is to connect the most resourceful & gifted with the youngest & most vulnerable citizens of the Bay Area & beyond through projects that explore links between classical & cutting-edge fine arts disciplines. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, color, creed, sexual orientation, political party, economic background, national citizenship, religion or ethnic origin.
© 2020 ArtSeed
Afterschool programs, workshops & other collaborations
12th Art-a-thon, Saturday, April 25, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Annual Letter of Appeal
Open Studios, April 18 & 19, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Year-end Exhibition, September 5
Nonprofit internship and Art Apprenticeship programs
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