Painted Turtle Arts Camp, a new collaborative arts-based project designed for young native children in Ontario will be introduced and highlighted. Created by the vision of Sarina Condello, this native and non-native pilot program (sponsored by Friends of Noah Canada and The Big Little Caravan of Joy) will empower children through the exploration of native culture and creativity. Facilitated primarily by Native performing artists, this camp will unleash the child’s creative spirit while also bringing about a cohesive sense of community and creative expression.
This blog chronicles Childhood Now's two programs: The Big Little Caravan of Joy and the Painted Turtle Arts Camp's journey into 8 African countries and 30 Northern Canadian, First Nations Reserves. Since 2006, The BLCJ and PTAC has reached thousands of vulnerable, remote and orphaned children through the language of creative arts and play.
Thursday, March 8, 2012
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The adventure continues with a little hype from my new television series Way Off Broadway! You must watch it for the adventure is more than fun--it is inspirational indeed! This year my journey continues in the remote First Nations communities in Northern Ontario with The Painted Turtle Arts Camp along side with my co-director Ron Meetoos who is a Cree flute player and story teller!
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