WHO WE ARE
Evolving Arts of America founded in 2014 with a vision and goal to empower young people to break habits that lead to trouble in school and in the streets and giving them the opportunities available each of our programs consists of teaching an academic understanding of the arts before engaging in hands-on experience. We challenge the creativity of students in the arts through five mentoring programs Art, Music, Fashion, Dance and Film. Students also work with a mentor to broaden their minds, enjoy different activities and develop a positive attitude towards their future in the arts.
Our Mentoring programs through the arts, foster positive changes through goal setting, self-discipline, skill development, and friendship. We want your students to know that they can become anything in life, such as a Painter, Choreographer, Musician, Fashion Mogul, Film Editor, Videographer and more.
WHAT WE DO
Helping youth evolve in the world of Art!
The typical mentor-youth relationship demands a commitment that must be sold to the potential mentor. For most mentors, this experience changes their lives, taps their inner resources and challenges their convictions and to help them believe that they can accomplish anything in life with hard work and dedication.
Tru Osborne is a young visionary, who gained a passion for art at a young age. His commitment to personal style and inspiring the lives of youth and young adults has given him the opportunity to share his heart and life message with the world.He believes that everyone deserves a chance to express themselves and should feel empowered while doing it.
Described as a nonconformist with an audacious goal to help build a world in which all youth understand their highest potential. He is leading a movement to inspire youth to unapologetically fulfill their dreams and follow the way to success by “Imagining, Creating and living” as the Founder & CEO of Evolving Arts of America.
Al Gill Chenault
. Al Gill Chenault is a graduate of Morehouse College, a former New York City Teaching Fellow, AmeriCorps Alum, and served as Frederick Douglas Teaching Scholar at Bloomsburg University. He also holds a Masters of Science in Childhood Education from the City College of New York, and a juris doctorate from Tulane University. He has over 20 years of experience working with youth. His areas of expertise are community engagement and development, corporate and governmental relations, and art education.
Dustin has worked in the public, private, tech, and non-profit sectors. He recently earned his Master of Public Administration, with a focus on non-profit management, from The Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service at New York University.
Originally from California, he is a graduate of Pace University
As a graphic designer my responsibility is to create design solutions that have a high visual impact. Being in the field for over 10 years has enabled me to create impactful graphics, illustrating the organizations vision.
Joining Evolving Arts is a great step in teaching the next generation the subtle gift that are the Fine Arts.