Cofounder & CEO at Sparketh
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Dwayne combines his creativity, entrepreneurial nature, and passion for education to positively impact the lives of as creative individuals around the world.
He is a self-taught artist in graphite, charcoal, and pastel drawing, oil and acrylic painting, and graphic design. He won 50+ art competitions locally, statewide, and nationally while working with social icons including Chris Tucker, T.I., Bryson Tiller, Ne-Yo, Post Malone, K. Michelle, and many others.
Art taught him how to facilitate the details of his ideas, effectively communicate his visions to others and think critically about the world around him.
When asked about how he spreads creativity he said, "With a passion for creating something great from nothing, I absolutely can’t bear the idea of not creating and stewarding something that matters to me. What matters is Sparketh."
Sparketh is an art edTech platform for kids and teens to learn how to create art. They have access to a library of custom video courses taught online by Sparketh art mentors. His mission for Sparketh is to spark creativity in kids, nurture their creativity utilizing innovative methods to improve their skills, and empower creators to succeed professionally within their craft.
A lot of homeschool parents focus on integrating the core academics in their child’s curriculum while ignoring fine arts and creativity. This session educates parents on how limiting their child’s creativity is hindering their opportunities for their future. We will discuss the ways that creativity is used to excel above those who can’t tap into their creativity. The points addressed in this session are tied to real-life examples based on Dwayne’s life growing up with creative freedom and accomplishing his goals. You will leave this session with actionable steps to integrate art and creativity into your curriculum.
This session is tailored to parents who have kids who are passionate about art, but you don’t quite know exactly what to do to help them. Maybe you don’t feel like your “artsy” or “creative” yourself. Maybe you find yourself saying, “My child draws better than me!”, or “I can’t even draw a stick figure!”. The good news is that you are able to still help your child tap into their creativity and become successful using their passions. There are so many benefits and methods you will learn in this session that you can integrate into your curriculum and into your life that will help your child grow into their creative genius.