The Clark County Youth House is hosting an art show on Thursday, June 1, from 5 to 8 pm.
The event, And We Stood Our Ground: A Youth House Art Show About Unyielding Youth features young artists sharing their vision for a resilient community after the pandemic. There will be many forms of art including canvas paintings, painted tiles, buttons/pins, photography, mason jars, mugs, multimedia and more. Many of the young artists will be present to answer questions about their art, and some of the pieces will be available for purchase.
The art show will be at the Youth House, 1012 Esther St. It is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be provided. The Clark County Youth House is a youth empowerment center developed by Clark County Community Services. Youth House programs strive to increase the number of positive relationships, opportunities, skills, and recognition among each young person involved.
Programs within the house include the Clark County Youth Commission, Teens for Tomorrow Peer Education Program, Columbia River Options Youth Program and Healthy Transitions. For more information, visit https://clark.wa.gov/community-services/youth-house.
Alaina Green, Program coordinator, Community Services