Partner – Youth Arts

Arts Corps partners with schools, community centers, low income housing sites, residential treatment centers, and other youth-serving organizations throughout King County to deliver after-school arts classes and in-school teaching artist residencies.

Classes cover the spectrum of arts disciplines from dance and visual arts to music and multimedia arts. Classes such as break dance, drum line, glee, theater, visual illustration, and spoken word are just some of our popular class offerings. To explore our current list of classes, visit our Find a Class page.

If you’re interested in partnering with Arts Corps to bring arts classes to your site, please email, and we’ll be in touch soon! The form below is currently under maintenance and not taking submission. We appreciate your patience and look forward to hearing from you through email!

Partnership Inquiry Form

Personal Information

Organizational Information

Percentage of Youth Receiving Free Lunch:

Percentage Female:

Percentage Male:

Percentage Trans/Transgender:

Percentage Non-Binary/They/Them:

Percentage Two-Spirit:

Percentage Third Gender:

Percentage American Indian/Alaska Native:

Percentage Asian:

Percentage Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander:

Percentage Black/African American:

Percentage Hispanic/Latino of Any Race(s):

Percentage White:

Percentage Two or More Races:

What art form(s) are you most interested in providing at this time?

How many classes are you interested in hosting?

What grades will be served?

How will Arts Corps benefit your organization’s mission/goals?

What type of program(s) are you interested in?

How many students do you expect to enroll?

Do you have a dedicated class meeting space? 

Please describe.

Do you have dedicated storage space for art supplies? Please describe.

If you want a digital media class, do you have a media lab supported by technical staff?  Please describe.

What is your student recruitment plan?