Having trouble finding that perfect unique card or gift?
Our store at 917 C Street has handmade jewelry, glassware, gift items and cards created by youth and adults. Plus we are featuring art by North Bay teaching artists in our YIA Gallery, all available for sale.
Come shop Monday-Friday 10 am-4 pm this week and Monday-Wednesday next week. All purchases support BOTH the artist who created the work AND Youth in Arts programs reaching over 20,000 students each year. Give a gift that your recipient can love and feel great about!
If you’d like to keep it easy and simple, make a gift donation in your friend or family member’s name and we’ll send them a card featuring an image of one of our students at work (“Heart Drawing”) or our “Dream” card featuring a banner created by hundreds of local youth. Click here and be sure to complete all gift recipient information.
Donate by noon on Friday, December 17 to allow a week for delivery before Christmas.
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Thank you for supporting Youth in Arts. Happy holidays!
For the past few months Youth in Arts conducted a county-wide art contest to help create a new sticker to celebrate creativity. A panel of judges including independent art consultant Jan Casey-Bertrand, ArtWorks Downtown Executive Director Petrina Wielgos and our own professional visual artists Suzanne Joyal and Brooke Toczylowski reviewed all the pieces and selected the following works!
Our winners all hail from Glenwood Elementary teacher which hosts the fabulous Deb Bennett as Visual Arts teacher. First place goes to seven year old Marney Jones, second place goes to ten year old Eamon D. and third place goes to six year old Emma Wetmore.