We believe in pedagogy and art combined.

We aim to remove invisible barriers, and foster integration for children in the context of their new land.

We believe in the right to a safe and inspiring childhood. In the healing power of art and through that in the recovering of the child sense of belonging in a new land.

This does not happen in the overwhelming isolation in refugee camps and the unwelcoming local, cultural stigma. However, in active valorization of the two available positive factors in dialogue: our new young citizens and the institutions of new host territories collaborate as peers on our contemporary cultural stage.

In full respect of the region and heritage and unique cultures, we connect our new citizens by filling a gap with the most powerful and available tool we know: the child imagination and its imaginative resources.

This to bring to the city an exhibition for the whole community where indifference turns into curiosity and hate shifts into hope.

(2)The Mae Sot Project


(4)Who We Are