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September 6, 2019

NW Asian Weekly

A tapestry of a skinless face, sparrows on a bullet-riddled target sheet, a burning sun and planet closing in on a bird, and contemplative self-portraits give you a peek into some things that run through the minds of youngsters we term as Gen Z. Read More

September 3, 2019

Poze Bazaar

#StudentSpotlight: Alice Mao, 17, and Taylor Wang, 15, are two students from Seattle, WA, that started a non-profit youth art exhibition, Student Art Spaces! Read More

August 20, 2019

ArtBeat

What strikes you when you hear the words “The Modern Youth’s Identity?” Teen artists across the country were invited to interpret this theme for the Seattle-based Student Art Spaces gallery. Mental health crises, political change, and other Gen-Z musings reigned among the pieces submitted. Read More

July 22, 2019

Issaquah Reporter

The love of art runs deep in two Issaquah High School students. Taylor Wang and Alice Mao first met in their AP art class last year. Throughout that class they realized not many students have the accessibility to take such art classes, practice their skills, much less be able to show their work. Read More

June 5, 2019

V Notes

Alice Mao, a 17 year old student at the League, teamed up with her 15 year old classmate Taylor Wang, to mastermind “Student Art Spaces” a venue for young artists like themselves to show their work. The League is mentoring Student Art Spaces (SAS), and will showcase their curations. We are proud to support SAS in their endeavor to support young artists. Read More