We are proud to share with you our recently published 2017 Impact Report! Discover the many ways Inner-City Arts served our city last year and explore the wide-range and impact of our student, educator and community programming and service. Preview a digital version below or download here.
At the start of this Winter’s Learning and Achieving Through the Arts session, our teaching artists and program staff collaborated to develop new programming tailored to meet and support the unique social, cognitive and creative developmental needs of our middle school youth. Over the course of 4 months and 16 weekly meetings, middle school students and their […]
Last year, LIFEWTR connected with Inner-City Arts and asked us to nominate students to consider for their latest design bottle series. The new Series 4 artwork highlights the work of three emerging artists who discovered a more inspired future through arts education programs available to them in their communities. We’re proud to share with you […]
At the start of Fall Session 1, we launched a new partnership with Children’s Institute, Inc.(CII), one of LA’s largest child welfare agencies, to offer arts opportunities to more students living in areas neighboring the CII Otis Booth campus just west of Downtown. Through four new visual and media arts studio classes taught by our […]
We look forward to hosting the first-ever Art Beyond Borders: Painting with Olga Sinclair, Presented by Snap Inc. event in celebration of the Getty-led Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (PST) on our campus! Anticipated as Los Angeles’ largest youth-oriented painting class, Art Beyond Borders will bring together 1,000 children from The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools. This […]
[ View all photos from Summer Institutes Showcase here ] We love summers at Inner-City Arts. It’s a wondrous time for guided discovery, innovation, relationship-building and growth. As our high school students wrap yet another creative season on our campus, they have experienced nothing short of just that! This session, our versatile high school programming […]
View more photos here Students in the high school Portfolio Drawing Workshop had the opportunity to stretch their skills and pick up fundamental drawing techniques in a unique setting this Spring session. During a five-week series created to encourage students to accurately observe and experiment new ways to “draw from life,” teaching artist Joannza Lo invited a handful […]
VIEW OUR GRAPHIC DESIGN 2 SPRING BRAND LOOK BOOK HERE This spring session, students in Graphic Design 2 were prompted to reflect upon the social “labels” they’ve encountered in their lives thus far, whether those were stereotypes placed on them, or identities that they’ve assigned themselves. Led by teaching artist Mindy Lee, students were guided through […]