Guest blogger Aidan Morgan of Indivisible Arts extends the invitation to readers of The Scene.
By Aidan Morgan
We at Indivisible Arts are excited to share with you our first-ever spring fundraising experience —an event like no other—State of the Art (SOTA), taking place this Saturday, April 30th, from 6-10pm at Resin Studios in Hermosa Beach. The mission of this event is to raise funds for our youth arts programming, specifically our Creative Wisdom Program, which—through cultivating tools for emotional management and strong mental health—is our offering to the community as a holistic solution to the mental health crisis facing youth and teens here in the South Bay.
We are dedicated to making this event the preeminent night for art and creativity in the South Bay. The evening will bring together top local leaders, influencers, established and emerging artists, visionaries, creators, and brands—all of whom will be led through an experiential celebration of creativity featuring South Bay’s emerging artists—culminating in an unforgettable celebration involving food, music, dancing, and lots of surprises.
The funds raised will help us expand our Creative Wisdom program to at-risk youth and teens in Hawthorne and Torrance. Every $10,000 raised will provide scholarships for more than 18 students to participate in a full eight-week program. It’s our mission to raise over $250,000, potentially impacting more than 400 local youth.
Please join us for our first cutting-edge arts experience. We’re excited to make this an unforgettable night of fun, benefiting the youth of our community. Get more details on our website, and buy tickets here.
And…we are in continued outreach for donation items for both our live and silent auctions. Got something cool to donate? Please tap here!