Baltimore, MD, September 9, 2021- - Darrin Keith Bastfield, author of 'Back in the Day: My life and times with Tupac Shakur' (first published in 2002 by Random House/One World/Ballantine) is currently in the process of producing his book based docufilm, “Born Busy.” The docufilm is geared to aid arts education in colleges, universities, libraries, arts institutions, and other arts based programs...
Why Art Programs are Beneficial to Students for their educational, emotional, social, and creative development?:
Improved Learning Skills
Art programs have the potential to help improve memory and concentration skills, develop decision-making and critical thinking skills, and also encourage focus and discipline.
Enhanced Social Skills
An arts education can help improve self-esteem and social skills, developing and understanding and an appreciation for different cultures, which translates to an increased sense of tolerence and social acceptance.
Art programs encourage students to be creative and use their imagination as much as possible, a critical aspect in helping students to magnify their place in relation to the rest of the world they live in, encourage novelty and nonlinear thinking.
NFT GALLERY: ‘THE SHAKURSPEARE IAMBIC PENTAMETER #13’ SOLD
Become A Patron, a generosity movement to bring awareness to Protect Decentralization, Power of Dreams, and the importance of Access to Arts and Culture for Youth in Urban Communities has begun. ‘The Shakurspeare Iambic Pentameters’ Collection, inspired by the oil painting ‘Shakurspeare’ that a Tupac Amaru Shakur posed as a teenager in 1988 created by his close friend Darrin Keith Bastfield was minted as 25 Original NFT drops to fight the good fight on the blockchain. This Special Collection as of today has on 22 Days before they are all gone forever, unless you as a Patron Act Now! Be a part of the good fight and Become A Patron.PURCHASE YOUR NFT NOW
DISCORD & CLUBHOUSE VIRTUAL EVENTS
TONIGHT JOIN OUR CLUBHOUSE ROOM #2 for we are Commemorating the 25th Anniversary of Tupac Shakur’s Untimely Demise on Clubhouse. The event was LIVE on location at Tupac Shakur’s Baltimore Home at 3955 Greenmount Avenue with Darrin Keith Bastfield and DJ Booman. During the event there were 26-1 of 1 Genesis NFT Drops on Kalamint. Patrons of the NFT’s will get passes to a Private Screening of the ‘Born Busy’ Documentary. Please join us.SIGN UP FOR THE NEXT EVENT