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Issue# 63   |  23/02/2020
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Wave - The Little Art's Newsletter
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To Achieving Milestones! 2019 in Review

We are starting new year with a wish to work harder and better for children and youth in Pakistan.

In 2019,

  • Through ASSITEJ Network, we organized Tamasha Festival, an international performing arts festival for young audience and engaged 9013 people
  • Hosted Next Generation international workshop of theater makers in Lahore from 12 countries
  • Organised LICFF - Children's Film Festival in 6 cities, and reached to 20,000+ children
  • Conducted 10 workshops with children and produced 40 short films on issues related to them
  • Launched Zeromm - a new Southasian film festival and conducted 5 festivals in universities
  • Conducted 5 workshops of filmmaking with university students
  • Received 10,000 artworks in ArtBeat and held exhibitions of child art in Lahore, Karachi, and Islamabad
  • Produced a play, Taizaab Gard, that addresses the courage of acid attack survivors
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TLA Travels

Five members of The Little Art team traveled to 11 countries, and 9 domestic cities covering more than 50,000 kms ...

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Child Rights Drawing Competition and Exhibition

President of Pakistan, Dr. Arif Alvi, and Minister of Human Rights of Pakistan, Shireen Mazari, opened #ChildRights exhibition ...

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Taizaab Gard – a play on acid attack survivors

The Little Art, ASSITEJ Pakistan, Chota Mota Theatre produced a theatre play ‘Taizaab Gard’ in just 45 days to perform at Lawyers Convention in Islamabad...

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8th ArtBeat

The 8th edition of ArtBeat received around 10,000 artworks from 202 schools. 3 exhibitions of selected artworks were conducted in Lahore, Karachi, and Islamabad.

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Zero MM

The first Zero MM Film Festival SouthAsia recorded a number of more than 5000 audience and participants...

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LICFF Make

The Little Art launched ‘Equally Loud’ project whereby young people from vulnerable and low-income communities are able to express and share their experiences through creative mediums

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LICFF Learn and Film Clubs

5-Day #Equallyloud Filmmaking Workshops were conducted in 10 schools, 7 in Lahore and 3 in Faisalabad. 6 one-hour shows were programmed for Monthly Film Clubs in 10 schools...

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LICFF 2019

The 11th edition of LICFF received 3137 films submitted from 114 countries. World’s best 116 films from 27 countries were shortlisted to be screened at the festival...

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2nd Next Generation Program

The 2nd Next Gen program is an 8-Day residency program with international and national artists to experience and understand cross-cultural differences and similarities in theatre.

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2nd Tamasha Festival

Tamasha Festival – International Performing Arts Festival featured nearly 30 performances from active theatre groups, educational institutes and leading dramatic societies hosted 9013 diverse audiences in three days.

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The Little Art

The Little Art is a non-profit arts education organization that uses the medium of art to promote social values among children and young adults in Pakistan.

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