Arts for Humanity! is a Santa Barbara-based non-profit that provides Expressive Arts Programs for marginalized, under-served community members at no charge, through partnerships with local organizations and college interns.
Arts for Humanity! is looking for volunteer artists to provide programing at one of our community-partnered sites through our Community Expressive Arts Program.
Our programs provide classes in visual art, creative theatre and movement, dance, poetry, and music. We are currently looking for our volunteers to assist Arts for Humanity! as teacher for our constituents and, schedule permitting, as mentors for our college interns.
Arts for Humanity!’s Community Expressive Arts Programs provide a variety of arts opportunities serving our constituents at the following local non-profits.
Transition Programs - Providing Expressive Arts Classes to teens with developmental disabilities.
Westside Boys & Girls Club - Providing Expressive Arts Classes to low income youth.
Garden Court - Providing Art Classes to senior citizens at a residential facility.
Monroe Elementary Special Day Class - Providing Expressive Arts Classes to youth with developmental disabilities.
Noah’s Anchorage Youth Crisis Center - Providing Expressive Arts Classes to low-income and homeless youth.
The Visual Art and Design Academy - Providing classes taught by local artists to students
Contact Creative/Executive Director, Karsen Lee Gould at the contact info below:
Phone: (805) 687-6615, Email: email@example.com Website: www.artsforhumanity.com
Good Match For
Kids Teens People 55+
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