Half a year into our Lost&Found project we received a beautiful collection of interviews with the elderly. (more clips to follow) It melted our hearts and strengthened our conviction that what we do is important and needs to continue.
We are running out of money so please help us by donating.
Cool project again from HKYAF and it is free. What is there not to like. More info here.
Yesterday we had our last Garden of Goodness workshop at the Learning Support Centre, ESF King George V. It was such great morning and we are very happy to know our garden found such a nice home.
Browsing through the Helix Arts website, you can really grasp the importance of the arts and with it the impact. Their homepage has a lot of great little clips letting participants, artists and support workers tell their thing. Very insightful.
We have uploaded one here but please check out the rest on theirwebsite.
We had a great time in the park on Saturday and the printing workshop is coming along nicely. On the 23rd we will use our designs to print them on canvas!
For more pictures go to www.saf-mib.org
The next Lizzie Bee workshops are coming up on 9 and 23 March in Sham Shui Po (1-3pm). If you want to be a part of it, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hope to see you then.
Check out the results of two years of art workshops at the Jockey Club Inclusive Arts Studio. From now until 3 February at Hong Kong Cultural Centre in TST.
More information you can find here.
Art is ageless.
Read a heartwarming article about an outreach programme for the elderly in the London area. Please click here to get to the article on the Guardian website.
Tell me and I will forget;
show me and I may remember;
involve me and I will understand.
Old Chinese Proverb