The Orenda Tribe was happy to assist Color the Camps in distributing 1,000 crayon kits and in guiding children from Gaza Refugee Camp to draw self portraits for an art exchange project that would raise awareness about Gaza Refugee Camp and the Palestinian refugee issue.
Art therapy is a great tool for exploring emotions, reducing anxiety and increasing self confidence. For our fifth Art for Hope project that took place at the SOS Children's Village in Amman we wanted to learn more about the power of art therapy and how it can be used to positively impact children's lives.
This workshop showed The Orenda Tribe the power of arts in education, a major part of our workshops today in the Art for Hope initiative that aims to spread purposeful art in refugee camps, children's hospitals, orphanages and public schools.
In this project The Orenda Tribe guided kindergarten children to add their hand print to the walls of their kindergarten as a completion of the mural that The Orenda Tribe implemented there during the summer. This is part of the Art for Hope initiative that aims to spread purposeful art and stories into refugee camps, children's hospitals, orphanages and public school.
This is the first school beautification project for The Orenda Tribe as part of the Art for Hope initiative. It was a beautiful project that took place at Gaza Refugee Camp and brought people closer together through art.