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ARTS & KIDS: HENRI MATISSE

03/21/2017,

“Creativity takes courage“- Henri Matisse. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts will be holding an exhibition this spring (from April 9th- July 9th) with a large collection of rarely seen works by French painter Henri Matisse. I wish I could travel to Boston to see this exposition as he has been a favorite artist of […]

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ART IN ALL OF US & 99 SMILES

08/01/2015,

World Kids believes in the power of Arts to transform lives and stimulate multicultural understanding. This is also the mission of Art in All of Us, a non-profit organization based in Brussels and New York City, that promotes tolerance and cultural exchange throughout all the 192 UN member countries, through art and creativity activities. The […]

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Inspiration

CREATIVE WALLS FOR CHILDREN: MENUDOS CUADROS

07/26/2015,

We are surrounded by walls that protect us, that keep our secrets and our memories. Our walls seem to have ears and eyes and they can tell us many things. Menudos Cuadros gives us all the options to decorate our walls with original and different designs. With high quality illustrations, we can decorate our kids room […]

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THE RED PENCIL SINGAPORE

07/01/2015,

“When we rescue the child, we save the adult”. The Red Pencil is a charity that brings the power of Arts Therapy to children, adults and families, with a particular attention to those facing overwhelming life circumstances for which they have no words. The Red Pencil transforms their lives through Art Therapy. Created in 2011 […]

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Inspiration

MULTIPLE CIRCLES: ART WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN

06/30/2015,

Multiple Circles is a really fun workshop for small children created by Rita María Noguera. It is based in this wonderful book by Hervé Tullet. The workshop just requires some simple materials that we all have at home. It is very inspiring to see how just three colors and a simple circle form is used […]

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DRAW A DOODLE: ART WORKSHOP FOR KIDS

06/25/2015,

Draw a doodle is a fun and creative workshop for kids organized by Rita María Noguera, in which she presents, creates, discovers and explores art by drawing doodles. Garabato is the Spanish word for doodle, and Rita uses this extraordinary book to start her class. Created by the Pedagogic Department of the Museo Nacional Centro […]

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WORLDKIDS & ARTS WITH RITA NOGUERA

06/24/2015,

Art is key to child development, as mentioned in this short article about the  Benefits of Arts to Kids. Please let me introduce you to Rita María Noguera  (Brasil, 1972). Rita is a talented teacher with 23 years of experience, and an international expert in Education, Arts and Pedagogy. Her list of Degrees and Masters […]

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ESPERANZ’ARTS: LET’S MAKE A CHANGE

06/18/2015,

  Art is the best social tool to help people rebuild their lives as well as to get the younger generation to express themselves, to fight exclusion and develop their creativity and self-esteem. I would like to introduce you to one of my favorite charities: Esperanz’Arts, a non-profit association with the goal of making the […]

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