• Watercolors:  Painting by Ishwardi child
  • Fabric Art: Creating and framing art with Prabartana and Pollack cloth
  • Clay: Creating art from nature
  • Clay: Flower creation by Tangail child
  • Paper: Origami by American child
  • Pastels:  Self-portrait by Ishwardi child
  • Learning:  American child doing research about Banglad
  • Literacy: Book design by Ishwardi child
  • Community: Khilkhet children helping each other with their designs
  • Pencil: Khilkhet child displaying his art
  • Palm Leaf:  Toys from nature by Tangail child

Helping children to learn about one another through art and global citizenship.

Environmentally Conscious

A curriculum that respects nature and the home cultures of participating children.

Community Building

Exposing children to the arts an an early age has been proven to contribute to their emotional growth and academic success. ​

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Thanks Fieldston for the Love

A recent trip to Fieldston was not only inspiring, but also provided a video reminder of our supporter’s visit to Bangladesh last year.

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Spring 2015 Mississippi-Bangladesh Exchange Draws to A Close

This week marks the culmination of a heartfelt art exchange between the Davis Magnet School children in Jackson, Mississippi and the Nayakrishi Andolon UBINIG children in Tangail and Ishwardi.

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Art in a Suitcase featured in Bangladeshi paper Samakal

May 25, 2015 In the Press, News 0 Comments

Here’s an an English translation of the questions on which a recent article about Art in a Suitcase in the Bangladesh paper Samakal is based,

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