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Fuel : giving youth the power to succeed.

Fuel : giving youth the power to succeed.
Chicago : Marwen, c2004.

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  • Yenawine, Philip.
  • Contro, Antonia, 1957-
  • Kaufman, Andrea Kayne.
  • Engel, Cyd.
42 p. : ill.; 22 x 28 cm.
  • "Founded in 1987, Marwen is a nonprofit out-of-school arts organization that provides high quality visual arts programs free of charge to Chicago's under-served youth in grades 6-12. Serving a diverse body of students from nearly every zip code in Chicago, Marwen offers a broad range of studio courses including painting, drawing, photography, video, and ceramics, as well as college planning and career development programs. In 2003, more than 2,200 Chicago students, alumi, artists, and teachers were reached through our program, exhibitions, and special events."-- Inside back cover.
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Making the journey to Marwen -- Foreward / by Antonia Contro, Marwen -- Addressing the needs of youth / by Philip Yenawine, VUE (Visual Understanding in Education) -- Experiencing the developmental benefits of Marwen / by Andrea Kayne Kaufman, DePaul University -- Answering important questions about Marwen / by Cyd Engel, Marwen -- In the Marwen studios -- Looking forward.
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