Two very unlikely matches show the world how Art can bridge the gap between cultures and distance. Graduate degree students in the United States and Elementary summer camp participants in Taiwan engaged in the same art projects for the summer.
Journal Swap for Peace Spring 2013 included 20 participants from Wisconsin, USA and Kalgoolrie School of the Air in Australia. This inspiring exchanged included elementary students in the US and Australian students in geographically isolated
Preschoolers in Vietnam share about the festive decorations they made for Vietnamese New Year, February 9, 2013.
12th grade art students from Ontario, Canada and 2nd grade art students from Osaka, Japan shared visual representations of their local architecture. [slideshow_deploy id=’1294′] Colleen Rose, 12th grade Art teacher from Ontario,
Students at The Boys and Girls Club and Hong Kong in group #8 view global citizenship as peace, non-violence and love.
Students from The Boys and Girls Club and Hong Kong in Group 7 view global citizenship as protecting the earth from pollution.
Students from The Boys and Girls Club and Hong Kong in Group #6 view global citizenship as contributing food and nutrition to those in need.
Students from The Boys and Girls Club and Hong Kong in group #5 view global citizenship as being environmentally conscious.