Royal Air Force (UK)
Plan it Global
Birmingham Youth Sports Academy (BYSA)
CALLING ALL SCHOOLS & EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITIES
(1) NOMINATE A SCHOOL
(2) SPECIAL 4 FOR 1 OFFER and
(3) THE PATRONS PLAN
DAJK GROUP has become the First Multi-International Print Patron. This opportunity to be a Patron of a Print for three schools in different countries provides a marvelous, unbelievable and innovative way for me to empower our youth. If as a Vietnamese living in America I can inspire students in England, Jamaica, and Spain by simply donating a print to an establishment in their country, then I can positively impact their lives while elevating my own. This sculpture is incredibly deep, meaningful and teaches us so much about who we are and who we can be. The Global Gallery has struck gold with this powerful and much needed global initiative. It is not only a brilliantly personal, social and artistic initiative but it is also a refreshing and motivating message in the business environment as well.
How Do We Empower Our Youth Inspirationally, Remotely and Globally?
A group of Year 10 students were engaged and inspired by a sculpting masterclass delivered by Donald Brown, Master Sculptor and CEO of The Global Gallery Limited on Wednesday 15 November.
World renowned sculptor Donald Brown has dedicated his varied career as an artist and globally conscious entrepreneur to humanizing art for all people to understand and appreciate by making his works relevant to real life issues.
The creation of his latest masterpiece title "A Sporting Chance for Peace" created over a period of four years, is the flagship for a Personal Peace Initiative spearheaded by Donald. The sculpture that blends the two great passions of his life, art and sports, features a dynamic interaction of people engaged in various sporting activities and also functions as symbols of human behaviour and ideals. His masterpiece is used as a vehicle to promote Personal Peace and the positive principles that are taught through sports, such as respect, discipline, humility and honesty.
The shortlisted Masters were chosen via a panel selection process and come from a breadth of backgrounds, ages and areas of the region.
The diversity of talent to come from Wolverhampton, Walsall, Sandwell and Dudley, areas of the Black Country which built it’s name during the industrial revolution, soon became apparent.
“The Black Country was forged at the hands of men and women from all walks of life who honed their skills to the highest levels.
"It was through their craftsmanship and diligence that the region became renowned as the industrial heartland of the UK, and while we successfully recognise our great industrial heritage, we believe it is time to represent the present-day masters who have been making tremendous strides.”
A master was described as 'a noteworthy person who has forged their own path and displayed outstanding ability that has influenced others in their field.
A master can be from any walk of life and there are no restrictions in specialism but they must have either been born, educated, lived or worked in the Black Country for a significant period of time.
that everyone has a little good within enough to propel them to the pinnacle of their dreams if focused on, SPORTING CHANCE FOR PEACE presents the world a rare opportunity to make the search for peace not just a mirage but reality.
"If we search for peace without having peace within, we leave our quest for peace in pieces.” Donald Brown
“As an acclaimed sculptor I want to change the world with my sculpture, ‘A Sporting Chance for Peace.’ It is the flagship for a Global Peace Initiative promoting personal and social peace. On September 21, 2016, ‘International Day of Peace’ individuals worldwide will unite to unveil their print of the sculpture to complete the largest, simultaneous, print-unveiling ceremony in history.”