RileyStreet Art Supply
RileyStreet Art Supply is the North Bay's premier source for art supplies with locations in San Rafael and Santa Rosa, CA. RileyStreet offers daily art classes, free weekly art demonstrations, monthly art shows, and more.
Bank of Marin
With 20 branches serving the Bay Area, Bank of Marin provides insight, guidance and support, as part of the legendary service that is their hallmark.
The Rock Poster Society
The Rock Poster Society is the planet's largest organized group of rock poster collectors, artists and dealers. "TRPS" is an eclectic, nonprofit, nondenominational, committed and focused group who has as their common bond an overriding joy in the art of the rock poster.
Haight Street Art Center
The Haight Street Art Center promotes advancement in poster art production, education related to poster art’s history and cultural impact and a deep commitment to extending San Francisco’s proud heritage of publicly accessible artwork.
Marin County Fair
The award‑winning Marin County Fair offers five days of fun‑filled, family entertainment over the July 4th weekend! An estimated 120,000 visitors enjoy the Fair.
Bruce Burtch conceived and serves as the volunteer producer of the Youth Poster Contest. Bruce retired from his career as an internationally-respected cross-sector partnership and cause marketing expert. Bruce has served as Public Affairs Manager for Marriott Corporation, Public Relations Director the United States Olympic Committee, and Director of Marketing & Communications for the American Red Cross Bay Area.
Youth Poster Contest is a fiscally-sponsored project of MarinLINK, a California nonprofit corporation exempt from federal tax under section 501©(3) of the Internal Revenue Service #20-0879422.
The Youth Poster Contest provides Marin youth, ages 12-18, a very public platform and an exceptionally-wide audience for expressing their hope, optimism and concerns about social justice, gun control, climate change and other issues that affect their lives.
The 2017 contest winners and finalists saw their work featured in many newspapers, on TV, on radio, on social media and toured across the Bay Area in a 4-location poster exhibition. Due to the tremendous success of the first contest, the 2018 poster contest exposure will be much greater. Specials highlights include an exhibition of winners and finalists at the 2018 Marin County Fair, which enjoys over 120,000 visitors. The Marin Museum of Contemporary Art will be holding a special exhibition in their gallery. And so much more!!!
We are working with major Bay Area television and radio stations and newspapers to greatly expand the coverage of this year's contest. Your voice will be heard and your art will be seen by millions of Bay Area residents!!!
We are a Nonprofit Organization