Community Painting with Camp Indigo Kids

 

Sarah volunteered with Amala Foundation at Camp Indigo this week. The goal was to create a community painting with 5-12yr. olds on a 48x60in canvas. The youngest group began at the bottom and the older kids finished up the top. They added as many flying creatures as possible, including a long-haired dragon and a flying pop-tart cat with a rainbow tail.

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    Katrina Hercules
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    Katrina Hercules
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    Donald Genung
    Church of Conscious Harmony
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    Emily Mares, MSSW
    Urban Roots
  • “They made the process approachable, fun, and kept it simple.”
    Annie Taylor
    Annie's Omnium

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