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It’s Think About it Thursday! Larry Lunsford is an artist and academic that serves as the Deputy Director for Education and Outreach for the College of Creative Studies in Detroit. In this episode we discuss Art, Education, The Movie Selma, Relationships, and Literacy.
This workshop is for middle and high school students with a serious interest in art and design. Through Detroit Neighborhood Art Workshop (DNAW) and The Detroit Neighborhood Art Corp (DNAC), these young artists develop the advanced skills they need to prepare for a strong future in the arts – at no cost!
Because their passion and dedication deserve high quality instruction, DNAW/DNAC young artists are taught by professional College for Creative Studies Artists/Teachers.
With the guidance from these real life, working artists, each DNAW/DNAC student begins to build the awesome personal art portfolio he/she needs in order to apply to Detroit’s highest quality high school art and design program.
For more information or to register: call Larry Lunsford at 313-644-1550