The San Francisco Public Library’s TAY(k) Care Program hosted “Creating Resilience” a multi-media art exhibit featuring the works of the talented young people from Larkin Street Youth Services. At the exhibit’s celebration last week, attendees heard from Peter Carpou, Larkin Street Art Program founder, as well as keynote speaker Amnoni Myers, who discussed resilience as a former foster youth. The artists themselves also held a panel discussion on art and resilience through the Transitional Age Youth lens and answered questions from the audience.
The exhibit features photographs, sewing/fashion design, music videos, spoken word, poetry, dance, theater and other performance modalities. We encourage you to visit and see the exhibit yourself on the third floor at the San Francisco Main Library (100 Larkin St.) now through Thurs., Sept. 19.