Happy Holidays from the staff at ArtsTech!

ArtsTech A Center for Youth Enterprise



ArtsTech’s mission is to better the lives of underserved urban youth through the development of marketable artistic and technical skills. ArtsTech accomplishes this by
1. operating a center for youth enterprise that provides hands-on training and experience in visual arts, graphic design, photography, ceramics, silk-screening, and computers; and
2.  building and managing collaborative partnerships that use art and technology as educational tools for the benefit of youth in the community.


Teaching Urban Youth the Art of Making a Living


In Partnership With:


To learn more about the agencies above, click on logo.


C0ngratulations to all our


Club KC
Thanks to all who support us over the Summer with Club KC! We look forward to continuing this opprotunity next year.

"ArtsTech teaches at-risk teens in Kansas City how to succeed"
By James A. Fussell

Club KC
Club KC
At carnivale, mentor Cathy Burchett gave an African drum lesson to a group of teens.
Club KC
“Working with kids you learn you have to have a variety of activities so they don’t get bored,” says ArtsTech director Dave Sullivan, who watched teens dance at a recent carnivale.

Read the KC Star article here!

Learn more from our YouTube spot, Click here



Splash Mob
“Working with kids you learn you have to have a variety of activities so they don’t get bored,” says ArtsTech director Dave Sullivan, who watched teens dance at a recent carnivale

Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/living/article687317.html#storylink=cpy
Lawson Review

ArtsTech's Splash Mob made a great impression at Get Outdoors Day!

Stay tunned for upcoming projects

The view the FOX4KC interview, Click here

The view the KC Hispanic News interview, Click here

The view the KC Studio Magazine interview, Click here

Call for Artists! Press Release, Click here

To view the Letter from Pat O'Neill, Click here


Education/Life Skills Program
(Dropout Recovery)

For more information, Click here

Questions regarding our program, contact Christine or Taylor!

Literacy Instructor
Christine McCormick

Education Outreach Specialist
Taylor Brown




MyARTS is seeking Jackson County Missouri High School students (15-19 years old) for our entrepreneurial program after-school. We are in the Crossroads Art District & have 5 studios available: Graphic Design, Ceramics, Screen Printing, Photography & Visual Arts. Our program begins with a 72-hour apprenticeship that can lead to a part-time paid position.

MyARTS has two locations, 1522 Holmes Street in Kansas City and
315 N. Main Street in Independence.

For more info or to set up an interview, visit www.myartskc.org

For a listing of MyARTS workshops
visit their website at www.myartskc.org





*Configure and Maintain Existing Wired/Wireless Networks
*Install Wired/Wireless Networks
*Maintain/Upgrade Existing Network Servers
*Install New Servers
*Computer Maintenance/Service Agreements
*Computer Sales - New and Refurbished

Exceptional Service at a Non-Profit Price

For more information contact;
Alex Villasenor, 816-461-0201, ext 305
email: avillasenor@artstech-kc.org



The Gallery at

Event Rental Space!

If you're looking for a meeting place, look no further.
ArtsTech has 7,300 sq ft of
usable space.

Art Flea Market
Art Events
Fashion Shows

Rental Fee - $700
Plus Security Deposit - $250

For more information, or to view our facility, please contact us at

Rental Application and Agreement
Click Here

For more info, Click Here.



ArtsTech is going GREENER, thanks to our friends at 106 Greenway, a division of Leatherwood Enterprises, Inc.!

For more information on services, or to schedule an energy audit contact 106Greenway at 816-842-7546.






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