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A Future Drawn in Charcoal

‘Drawing Future’ Exhibition at CushCush Gallery in Denpasar, Bali Through May 13, 2017 - "Charcoal for Children”

Bali News: Denpasar, Bali, CushCush Gallery, Children’s Art, Australian Consul General, Helena Studdert, Suriawati
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Local artists, designers and members of Bali’s creative community came together for the opening of “Charcoal For Children” - presided over recently by the Australian Consul General for Bali, Helena Studdert, and held at the CushCush Gallery on Jalan Teuku Umar in Downtown Denpasar, Bali.

A free program designed to empower children through arts and creativity, while raising awareness about the environment by teaching the production and use of do-it-yourself charcoal as a creative tool.

After three successful workshops that saw participation by 103 children, 35 volunteers and 6 artists - the collaborative artworks by the artists and children participants are on display through May 13, 2017, at CushCush Gallery at the “Drawing Future Exhibition.”

CushCush Gallery founder Suriawati said she hopes that the “Charcoal For Children” program will promote creativity in children by emphasizing on the generation and expression of ideas in a non-evaluative learning framework. She also hopes that the resulting creativity will help children to develop their critical thinking and innovative problem-solving skills

During the current exhibition, collaborative artworks by the artists and children are on sale to raise funds for future “Charcoal For Children” programs.

"Drawing Future - Charcoal for Children"
A Charity Exhibition
CushCush Gallery
Jalan Teuku Umar Gg. Rajawali No.1A
Denpasar 80113, Bali, Indonesia

Open Through May 13, 2017
Admission Free of Charge
Open Daily 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

CushCush Gallery Website

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