Tamasha Workshops – Activating Youth through Performing Arts

The Little Art through its project Tamasha is launching Tamasha YESPeace, an extensive program aims to empower youth through theater and performing arts, on the key issues of peace, conflict resolution and diversity. “Youth for Education, Sustainability and Peace” or YESPeace is a project of UNESCO MGIEP and YESPeace Pakistan is recently launched. The Little […]

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“Paper Planes” workshop for children by Paper Pilots Dylan Parker and James Norton

“Paper Planes” workshop for children by Paper Pilots Dylan Parker and James Norton Calling All Flyers for an Interactive Workshop on Making and Flying Paper Planes The Little Art and Faiz Ghar present “Paper Planes” – an interactive workshop for children by Paper Pilots Dylan Parker and James Norton For children and young people aged […]

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Represent Pakistan as Young Jury in Giffoni Italy

The Little Art through its project Lahore International Children’s Film Festival is selecting three young people to represent Pakistan and become the member of international jury in 46th Giffoni Film Festival, Italy (15th – 24th July, 2016). Since the last three years, we have been taking children’s delegates to international children’s film festivals in Giffoni […]

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When Something Terrible Happens – English / Urdu

When Something Terrible Happens – English / Urdu For student (14yrs+) This guide is developed by Pakistani psychologists for teen age children and young people so they can learn to cope with terrible things that can happen to them. After a terrible event, people may have different kinds of ideas or feelings. There is no […]

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Shoaib Iqbal is working with Pakistani schools to encourage the use of the arts in children’s education. Meet Shoaib Iqbal, a young Pakistani working to trigger a nationwide revolution in the arts. “The Little Art,” Iqbal’s brainchild, is a non-profit that works with public and private schools across Pakistan to equip children (irrespective of caste, […]

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Hands-on Puppetry Workshop with Caregivers, Psychologists & Teachers

A two-day followup puppetry workshop for teachers, caregivers and psychologists to use puppetry in working with children in vulnerable situations (Street children, speacial children and children is public schools) Puppets are both entertaining and captivating. In their different forms they appeal to both old and young alike, represent different customs and traditions and are valuable […]

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