Welcoming Emily Katz, our new Arts Education Administrative Assistant!

Young Audiences of Northern California turns 60 this year and is poised for all types of strategically creative expansion. The addition of this new administrative role will allow for more face to face interaction between our programming and development staff and teaching artists, schools, board members, and supporters. Emily, in her new role, supports Young Audiences of Northern California's future and our ability to serve both students and artists symbiotically.

Emily joins Young Audiences after recently completing her masters degree in Museum Studies at the University of San Francisco. In addition to her recent internship at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, she has been an art class instructor and teaching artist at the Omaha Children’s Museum, an arts education intern at the National Museum of Mexican Arts in Chicago and the Latino cultural program's intern at the Denver Art Museum. These experiences, combined with her education at U.S.F, have solidified her belief in using arts education as a tool for social change and building community.

We have already seen the value of Emily and the addition of this new role, and are excited to see where this 60th year takes us. Welcome Emily! 

"I am excited to further the mission of Young Audiences to bring art experiences to students around the Bay Area. My past work has highlighted the critical responsibility we hold to provide arts education to children. I firmly believe in the mission and goals of Young Audiences and am ready to jump into this work".

"I am excited to further the mission of Young Audiences to bring art experiences to students around the Bay Area. My past work has highlighted the critical responsibility we hold to provide arts education to children. I firmly believe in the mission and goals of Young Audiences and am ready to jump into this work".