Youth Arts Action

Visual and performing arts classes are offered free of charge to students across Inyo County.  Taught by diverse and talent teaching artists outside of school hours, these classes not only benefit students in our isolated school districts, but also give local artists the opportunity to share their craft with young members of our community.

We are thrilled to be the recipient of an Arts Education Grant from the California Arts Council (CAC) and the Inyo County Probation Department to provide standards-based classes to Inyo County middle and high school students!  We have received the Youth Arts Action (YAA) grant which supports arts education programs for PreK-12 students that operate after school and during the summer, on school sites, in artistic venues, and in community settings. The intention of this program is to offer young people sequential, hands-on training in artistic disciplines, including dance, literary arts, media arts, music, theatre, and visual arts.

Teaching Artists Needed!

We are seeking teaching artists from across the county to share their craft, and be a positive role model, with middle and high school students outside of school hours.  This is a paid position, commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Click HERE for Teacher Application Materials, or HERE to contact School Arts Coordinator, Erin Livingston.

Apply now!
Classes Currently Offered:

Click HERE to contact School Arts Coordinator, Erin Livingston with any questions.

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