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Gage Youth Programs offer practical art instruction in drawing, painting, sculpture and alternative mediums for aspiring teen artists throughout the year, and for kids and teens during the summer months.

Our curriculum encourages students to explore new materials and techniques, develop creative problem solving skills and celebrate self-expression. Gage is dedicated to providing professional teaching artists to present engaging, age-appropriate classes that empower young artists to be seen and heard.


Summer Kids Programs weeklong art and movement classes

Summer Teens Programs one and two week art classes along with 5 week portfolio intensives

Teen & Family Workshops  we offer year-round workshops for teens and also various workshops for the whole family (kids too!).

Teen Art Studios (TAS)  free year round programs


For information about registration deposits and fees, transfers and credits and class or workshop cancellation policies, please visit our Financial Terms page.

PLEASE NOTE: All students registering for a summer workshop at Gage must submit the Student Info Sheet, which includes emergency contact and guardian info, dietary restrictions and more. Thank you.


Gage Academy + Sanctuary Art Center

October 6, 2016
First Thursday Opening 5pm-10pm
201 Yesler Way, Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98104

Gage is proud to partner with Sanctuary Arts Center, whose mission is to provide a safe, warm and calm environment for homeless and at-risk youth. This spring and summer Gage brought artist Lauren Lida to teach cut-paper workshops at Sanctuary Art Center. We are proud to display artworks from those workshops at the CDMP Gallery this fall. Please join us for the opening reception on the first Thursday, October 6th, 2016. The exhibit is free and open to the public during gallery hours from September to October.

Sanctuary Art
The Sanctuary Art Center’s mission is to provide a safe, warm, and calm environment for homeless and at-risk youth, ages 13-25, to experience creativity and success through the use of various artistic media. Within these programs, areas of instruction include but are not limited to: painting, drawing, ceramics, stained glass, sewing, theater arts, music, and employment internship. Through these various forms of media, our goal is to engage youth in a creative process and connect them to the community in which they live.