Paint My Piece

Join us December 7, 2022 at 6:00pm for a virtual painting experience! From the comfort of your home, you’ll be given instruction as you recreate a work of art from the Hope & Justice Art Collection. Your instructor will be the youth alumni who originally created the piece of art.

Victoria, a senior from Claremont High School, painted Growing Flower Tree in response to our monthly prompt Going Back to School: The good, the Bad, and the unexpected. About her piece, Victoria said “When a plant is well nurtured, it starts to grow. Something that helped me bring back hope for the future was speaking affirmative words and phrases before leaving home and before starting anything new. As a result of working on this project, I’ve been able to help understand, communicate, and grow towards some distant family members.” 


Free for youth up to 24 years old

$15 for adults 25 & up


  • Acrylic Paints in Primary Colors – Red Blue White Black Yellow
  • Easel 
  • Brushes
  • Canvas (we suggest 12X16) 
  • Water cup 
  • Paper towels
  • Paint palette

Adults will be responsible for providing their own supplies. 

We have limited supplies for youth participants. If you are a youth interested in this event and need supplies, please fill out this FORM and we will let you know if we are able to send you supplies. 

All proceeds will go to support the Directing Change Program, and will ensure more students have access to Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Curriculum in school.

Share the flyer and invite friends! Get tickets here.

A big thank you to our sponsor and partner Blue Shield of California. Leading with equity, Blue Shield of California’s BlueSky Initiative provides resources for youth, families, educators, and caregivers to promote emotional well-being for youth mental health supports through access, awareness, and advocacy.