Transformative art education- Digitizing all art lessons.
By Vidya V A | Project Leader
I hope all of you are safe and doing well in your homes, cities, and countries. We are in touch with the communities we serve over phone. All of them are safe, and our kids are reasonable and responsible. We also found out that all the parents or the guardians have a basic smart phone which allows the option of conducting classes via phone apps. This helped us design our plans for the next six months.
Arunachalam Jesudasan Trust, Madurai is happy to share this report with you. The board and the staff had quite a few meetings about the plans and strategies for the next six months. Here are the updates: The micor project is called digitizing communication for transformative art. Please check our link.
We are trying our best to record with the artists, and send the audio visual learning materials to the community children. For the visual arts classes we will send the visual via mobile App and then send the art supplies via India Post. We are planning to work with a small group of 25 students and then share the learning materials with the other NGOs serving children and youth. Please go to the link and read about our plans.
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