Adenike's Arts

Adenike's Arts

1 employee
31 years in business

About this pro

Sip and Paint, Arts and Crafts Therapy- Art is Healing, Art is Creative Expressions Art Is whole Brain Connection... I Am Nuta Adenike AmenRa. I am a Natchez Native American and Tutsi East African Spiritual Minister. I use cultural Arts to maintain a connection with My Ancestral Roots.

In 1991, I Started Adenike’s Arts specializing in Handcrafted Notions from Recycled material. I practice as a Wellness Minister, officiating in Weddings, Consultations, Home Blessings, Teaching and Seasonal Events. There is food, color, and aroma elemental essence, to empower the Aku to assist in advancing Wellness, and Prosperity. Enjoy our Discussions on Arts and Crafts, and Original Cultures. Please Contact us for Arts, Ceremony and Classes: [email protected], Call: 816-839-7945

I majored in Visual Communications and minored in Anthropology at the University of Kansas, Lawrence. Then I persued a Masters degree in Special Education, teaching for 10 years. I Presently work with Seniors in Edible Landscaping, Urban Farming, as well as Home School Tutorings and African Centered Youth Programs. I write a Blogs on Blogspot: and


I view Art as Mentally Healing therapy. Artistic Expression give the artist. a great level of Autonomy. Growing your own foods establishes a direct relationship and appreciation for nature...

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Kansas City, MO 64130
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I prefer to connect online using a conferencing site like skype or zoom.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I have a bachelors in Visual Communications and Masters in Exceptional Education

Lessons offered

Craft Classes Embroidery Classes Fabric Arts Lessons Gardening Classes Jewelry Design Classes Needlework Classes Sewing Classes