- EAST BAY ASIAN YOUTH CENTER
The East Bay Asian Youth Center is dedicated to inspiring young people to be life-long builders of a just and compassionate multi-cultural society. City studio students have been able to use editing and collage strategies with video to create installation, performance, and screening based projects.
SOMArts embraces the entire spectrum of arts practice and cultural identity, and it is beloved in San Francisco as a truly multicultural, community-built space where cutting-edge events and counterculture commingle with traditional art forms. SOMArts houses a black box theater, darkroom, printmaking facilities, ceramics and dance studios, two large galleries for exhibitions and other classrooms where city studio participants create.
- THE LAB
Founded in 1984 by a group of interdisciplinary artists, The Lab has earned a reputation as one of the foremost presenters of experimental art in the country. Critics, audiences, artists, and other organizations look to The Lab to find some of the most important work by today's emerging artists. The Lab presents approximately forty live events and ten to fifteen solo and group exhibitions per year. At The Lab’s City Studio Media Workshop, you will learn how to create your own video games, films, and interactive media.
- GALERIA DE LA RAZA
Galería De La Raza’s founding values entailed an aspiration to transform the Chicano/Latino community’s social and cultural environment into a place of justice and equality. The City Studio class here serves as a laboratory in which students can learn design tools and applications in order to critically create their own media campaigns through graphic design projects and photography.
SCRAP breathes new life into old objects and reduces waste by diverting over 200 tons of materials heading to landfill every year. Students are able to create sculptures from reused materials and consider the lifecycle of the materials they use to make their art.
- BAYVIEW OPERA HOUSE
Constructed in 1888, the Bayview Opera House is located in the heart of the Bayview Hunters Point district - San Francisco's most ethnically diverse community. The Opera House currently provides arts education and cultural enrichment to San Franciscans on a low or no cost basis. Recent offerings include, adult and youth drama classes, Saturday Family Art classes, a summer arts camp in conjunction with the YMCA, various dance classes and the city studio Video Magic class, in which students learned to create video art for YouTube through basic camera operation, technical editing skills in iMovie and critical thinking about concept development
- BOYS & GIRLS CLUB
At Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco (BGCSF), the fact that the future of the city rests with its children is embraced. That’s why they’re proud that young people from across the city are building and planning their futures as members of the Clubs. City studio partnered with the club to create several substantial murals.