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Would you like to join me and do art with children in rural Nepal?

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I am arranging two trips during December and one in January to do art with children in rural Nepal. This art program is focused on bringing imagination into the rural schools of Nepal where children do not have this experience. I believe that color gives hope and it allows children to dream and believe. I also want to give workshops to the teachers in these remote areas and show them how they could use local and recyclable materials to bring art into the schools. At some schools on my last trip children did not even know how to hold a crayon to color; it was such a foreign concept to them. If you would like to see some pictures of the last trip do go to my blog at http://watersfromheaven.blogspot.com/
I also have some information on the schools and the areas I will be visiting. Looking forward to hearing from you!

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