Foster Youth Museum Presents First Public Exhibit: Lost Childhoods

About Foster Youth Museum

Foster Youth Museum is a collaboration between current and former foster youth, under the direction of Y.O.U.T.H. Training Project and California Youth Connection. The Museum builds awareness for the foster youth experience, from loss and vulnerability to healing and resilience. By bearing witness to the art, artifacts, voices, and stories of youth who have endured the foster care system, the museum ignites compassion and action so you can be part of transforming youth through supportive and meaningful connection. Lost Childhoods is available for rental at your gallery, event, or convening. For more information, visit Follow us on facebook/fosteryouthmuseum and to join the conversation about the exhibit.

The Foster Youth Museum Exhibit: Lost Childhoods is open every Saturday in March from 1-5pm; and by appointment. Admission is free.

Mar 21 to 29 2015, 1:00pm - 1:00pm
CA, Oakland, 94612, 416 26th Street