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Art for Equality Now: How to Use Your Art for Good

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ClassGraphic In this 4-day Teen Artivism Camp: How to Use Your Art for Good camp, the Artivist (artist + activist) will learn how to use his or her talents to fight against injustice. The goal is to educate and build the confidence of the artists to understand that their gift is unique and that it can be used for good to benefit our world. In addition, the course will inform artists on how to share their talent to spread awareness about their social mission.

Instructor Ateba Gaines Whitaker holds a Master of Arts in International Management and a graduate certificate in Nonprofit Management and Social Entrepreneurship and is currently working on her doctorate in education. Mrs. Whitaker has worked for Nike, Pepsi, and founded Shoe Revolt/ Teen Revolt, which gained celebrity support (Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristen Stewart, Jada Smith, along with Shark Tank's Barbara Corcoran). Awards- 2021 Community UPLIFT Award Recipient, 2021 Women in Business Achievement Award Recipient, and 2020 Solidarity in Action United Nations SDGs Recipient. Also, Women Deliver, Social Enterprise Finalist, sponsored by Clinton Global Initiatives, Featured Innovator, Featured Change Maker by ABCs 14C Campaign and featured on MTV, MTV Exit, and MTV Act. Currently, the Founder of Unreasonable Kids College ( training the next generation of Kid-Superheroes, ready to change the world for good through social entrepreneurial education.

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Class Details

4 Sessions
Weekly - Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu

TCC Roper Performing Arts Center

Ateba Whitaker 

CEUs : 1



Registration Closes On
Friday, July 8, 2022 @ 11:59 PM

Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s) Instructional Method
7/11/2022 - 7/14/2022 Weekly - Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Norfolk, TCC Roper Performing Arts Center  Map, Room: 4306 Ateba Whitaker  Lecture