PROGRAMS

STUDIO COYOTE

Hands-on, project-based courses with professionals in creative fields for youth aged 10-15 from diverse cultures, ethnicities, and backgrounds

In 2014: 4 terms, 221 courses, 1,914 enrollments, 1,211 individuals, 38,280 contact hours


HIT THE STREETS

At-risk youth from Central and South Seattle work with professional artists to design, build, and install permanent public art in their community

Summer 3-week project, 24 youth, 3 teaching artists, 864 contact hours

 

CITYWORKS

Youth ages 11-18 who have shown their talents in Studio Coyote or Hit the Streets return to work with professional artists doing public art commissioned by local businesses and organizations

Year-round projects, 2-7 per year, 3-12 youth per project, 8-20 hours per project; 24-200 contact hours


COYOTEWORKS

Immigrant and refugee youth ages 12-18 learn cooking, woodworking, welding, or sewing skills and then apply those skills to projects serving the community

In 2014: 3 7-week sessions with 2 cohorts each, total 66 youth, 5,544 contact hours