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Student Art Showcase

Live Stream Links

Live stream will begin at 1:30 PM and will be featured on several platforms, we encourage you to access the event through Zoom so you can interact with the performers. The chat feature and feed will be visible to each of the performer while on stage.

Art is power

The Student Art Showcase is the final event in the Art is Power Series. This event will highlight student artwork, host a small local agency resource fair, and honor local prevention champions throughout Solano County. The event will be held on Sunday, May 23rd, from 12:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Touro University in Vallejo.

This event will be FREE (but not open to the public), due to COVID protocols, tickets will be limited to student performers and 1-2 family members. The event and all performances (live and pre-recorded) will be live streamed for those unable to attend in person.

Attendees must adhere to all COVID protocols during event. More information regarding the COVID protocols will be provided as the date of the event nears. State Guidelines

Students who want to submit static art (photography, painting, etc.) please use the Static Art Submission Form to upload a photo of your piece, provide your contact, and artwork information (button on left). Students or youth groups wishing to perform please complete the Performing Art Submission Form (button on left), and a member of the Showcase Planning Team will contact you.

May 14, 2021.

All student performances will be approved by the Showcase Planning Team. Selected performances will be provided a time slot and Student Activity Release Form, which must be completed to attend and participate in the event. A registration link to reserve your tickets will also be provided. Tickets must be present on the day of the event (electronic or printed copy).

More information regarding the Student Showcase coming soon.


Tasha SixFootah the Poet

A native of Oakland, CA, and a lifelong Bay Area resident. Tasha has been commanding audiences not only because of her six-foot stature, but also because of her distinct and attention grabbing poetic delivery.

In the 5th grade, Tasha wrote a heartfelt poem chronicling the relationship between herself and her mother called "No to Tobacco". The poem was submitted to a local magazine, and was later published and for the first time, Tasha was compensated for her work as a poet. Tasha decided to use poetry as a way to share her story and spread awareness about the effects of smoking. She has been able to perform this poem around the Bay Area and on a national platform and has plans to continue to use her story to help others.


The Alphabet Rockers

Indigo Washington

Moon Azteca

Diana Egan

Genesis Miguel

Brooke Tate

Areli Williams

Tyree Williams

Jaquel Aguila

Sarah Williamson

Niko Fiso

Jellyfish Method


Johanna Nowak-Palmer
Program Manager
(707) 646-7608

Rebecca Floyd
Project Coordinator
(707) 646-7602

Student Showcase

Partner Agencies

Fighting Back Partnership
Solano County Public Health
Solano Youth Coalition
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Touro University
Nature of Sound
SafeQuest Solano
VIBE Solano