Youth Entrepreneurship x Design
Curriculum + resource sets for adults who want to help youth build the skills, mindsets, and creative confidence that are in-demand for dynamic careers of today and tomorrow. Flexible structure that can be used in a wide variety of settings, including classrooms, schools, out-of-school programs, and summer camps series.
What you are going to learn
A few more words about this course
This course attempts to fill the knowledge gaps that modern people have in classical art, as these are the very foundations of any modern artistic creation.
Throughout this course you will discover how classical artists:
- Make use of space
- Take inspiration from their environment and their cultural context
- Create art to express, explore, and question the world around them
- Respond to the social, cultural, and political issues of their time through works of art
- Use materials
Deborah Parizek drives HFLI’s efforts to provide workshops, programs and site coaching that pair effective education and human-centered design approaches, empowering learners to lead transformational change in, with and for their community. She is known for cultivating the conversations, empathy, and capacity critical to addressing complex challenges. Prior to joining HFLI in 2005, Deborah designed and directed extensive teacher leadership development programs for multiple school systems