Our Mission

Path with Art transforms the lives of people recovering from homelessness, addiction, and other trauma by harnessing the power of creative engagement as a bridge to community and a path to stability. 

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Hear & now

Experience the kinetic sound sculpture created by internationally celebrated artist, composer, and musician, Trimpin, along with Path with Art Student Artists.
Hit the play button yourself, April 24th - July 15th at Seattle Art Museum.

Experience Hear & Now

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spring visions

Stop into our Pioneer Square Gallery to see the newest exhibition of Student Artist work, up through June 2019. The exhibit includes a memorial for those who passed while living in homelessness during 2018.

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Raise your voice for the arts

Can arts change our communities like they change our livesArtsFund will share pivotal research from their first-ever Social Impact of the Arts Study in King County, presenting a panel of local leaders - including Path with Art Executive Director, Holly Jacobson - who provide perspectives on how we can engage the arts to strengthen our region.

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take a class

Path with Art classes provide hands-on, dynamic, and informative arts education led by Seattle-based professional Teaching Artists. Registration for 2nd Quarter classes is over. 3rd Quarter classes will be posted in July.

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Take action

Your donation will make a profound difference in the lives of our students. By engaging in the creative process, Path with Art students gain the self-confidence and learn to connect more deeply to a wider community. 

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Path with Art acknowledges that we are located on the unceded ancestral land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish Tribe.