OUR LATEST PARTNERSHIPS
The Black (W)hole
The Destiny Arts Youth Performance Company (DAYPC) will work with a team of powerful collaborators, including arts activist and spoken word artist Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Oakland visual artist and muralist Brett Cook, Yoram Savion of YAKfilms, The Elders Project, and BANDALOOP to create works of performance and public ritual honoring six young people who lost their lives in and around Oakland before the age of 32.
Celebrate with us on May 14th! Join an exclusive dinner for nearly 200 influential artists, community leaders, business professionals, and philanthropic donors who believe in Destiny Arts Center’s work with young people to build a healthy, vibrant, and peaceful community. You will enjoy an evening of fine dining, entertainment, and connection with others while investing in providing young people with the tools to become peaceful, powerful, and creative.
Register for Classes
Financially accessible and professionally taught, our after school, weekend and summer programs provide skills training as well as tools for confidence, leadership, creative problem-solving, and self-expression. Enrollment for spring classes is now closed. Enrollment for summer classes will open on April 6, 2020 at 10 AM.