"Future Blueprints – Computer Engineering" - George Washington Carver Boys & Girls Club

This door was inspired by Sirdalvin H. and created by Kris Pilcher. Learn more and vote for this door below. Go back to the gallery to view others.

Future Blueprints – Computer Engineering

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Future Blueprints – Computer Engineering

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Artist: Kris Pilcher

Kris Pilcher (b.1982) is an Atlanta based visual artist with a strong background in theatre and social activism. His mixed media pieces are influenced by the Dada and Surrealist movements, and the works of  philosophers such as Alan Watts and Hermann Hesse. Kris has taken part in various group exhibitions as both an independent artist and a member of N.E.M. art collective. He has designed and constructed sets and props for a wide range of classic and contemporary theatre, most notably "Hamlet: the musical" with the Atlanta Shakespeare Company,  " The Canterbury Tales" also with the ASC, and has worked on over 20 of Shakespeare's greatest works.

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Other Doors by this Artist

Future Blueprints – Early Childhood Development
Future Blueprints – Early Childhood Development
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Sirdalvin H.

Inspiration:
Sirdalvin H.

Sirdalvin is 15 years old and has been a member of the George Washington Carver Club for nine years.  His favorite club activity is L.I.N.K., because it empowers youth to set goals; as part of this, he has attended weekend leadership programs to train him to be a summer counselor at Camp Kiwanis.  He says that the BGCMA has helped him keep his grades up and prepared him for college through the College Bound program.  To him, the best part of BGCMA is that “it helps educate anyone who walks through the blue doors while also providing them with fun, rewarding opportunities”.