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Arts Education Brown Bag with the Boys & Girls Club of San Francisco

  • San Francisco Public Library, Latino/Hispanic Community Room A (downstairs, near cafe) 100 Larkin Street San Francisco, CA, 94102 United States (map)

The Arts Education Brown Bag series is a bi-monthly event where we bring lunch to the library and learn from our arts education colleagues. 

No RSVP necessary. 


Our featured guest this month will be Patricia Zamora, who is a visual artist and manages the Citywide Creative Arts program for Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco

The Citywide Creative Arts program is an award-winning and nationally recognized art program that provides top quality art instruction while uniting youth, families and communities in a powerful way across San Francisco. The program provides art lessons and connects youth with the vibrant San Francisco Arts community, particularly those who might otherwise not have access. This connection allows youth to have access to new resources and opportunities that enhance their skills, confidence, leadership and professional social network.

Patricia Zamora is an Area Director for the Tenderloin, Mission and Columbia Park Clubhouses. At BGCSF, she has been a leader for the Boeddeker Park Community Hub by supporting collective impact model planning and implementation as part of BGCSF’s role as Master Tenant for Boeddeker Park. Patricia is also a visual artist and manages the Citywide Creative Arts program for BGCSF. She is a founding member of the Tenderloin Safe Passage Project and served as President of the Advisory Board for Safe Passage. Patricia is also a member of the Saint Francis Memorial Hospital Community Advisory Committee-Tenderloin Health Improvement Partnership. She is the recipient of numerous community awards, such as the Chicago Council on Human Relations Unsung Heroine Award, and BGCSF 2008 Clubhouse Director of the Year.  In previous roles, Pat helped create an award-winning restorative peer jury model for the Chicago Public Schools, where she advocated for the successful inclusion of restorative practices in the Chicago Public School Discipline Code.