Local maze artist Warren Stokes whose art has been published in the Westword, literary magazines and completed art for clients Denver Health and the Washington Redskins presents the Maze-ing Art Leadership program.
Open to African American males ages 12-17. During this summer art program students will participate in creating art, learning entrepreneurship, as well as the skills required to be a leader.
Starting in June the group will meet once a week at the Eloise May library or art location throughout Denver. The program will end with a group exhibition and silent auction for students to sell their art.
If you want to participate in this unique art program please visit http://www.mazeingworld.com/leader to register. Be aware space is limited to 15 students and filling up fast!
Students will :
- Create art
- 20 class sessions
- Learn leadership, goal setting and action planning
- Visit several of Denver’s inspirational art locations
- Plan art show
- Host a exhibition and silent auction of their art
To register fill out the form below.
This will be the maze used in the Washington Redskins activity book to promote literacy. My second year participating in the publication was a challenge. Because the way maze-ing works I had to play with a few things to make the spear standout. This is their alternate helmet.
Although it was tough I love how it looks. Hopefully my Broncos will see the light and hire me to maze out the Bronco!