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Inclusive Art festival will be Held in Moscow

Sister and brother with disability drawing

On March 4, the Colour of Life Charitable Foundation organises an inclusive art festival for teens with disabilities in Moscow at the ZIL Cultural Centre, organisers told DISLIFE.

The main goal of the festival is to introduce high school students in correctional boarding schools and the central school for  the Moscow region with  professions available to them and give them the opportunity to choose creative jobs.

Teenagers with disabilities will try their hand at the role of painters, masters of applied arts, manufacturers of ceramic art products, embroiderers, artists and designers, fashion designers.

At the art festival, each senior student will have a career guidance conversation with a coach in the framework of the Dream Job game, take part in interactive master classes in various creative professions and in practical art workshops, get acquainted with representatives of educational institutions and various specialties for choosing the direction of creative implementation.  All participants in the inclusive festival will receive thematic gifts and prizes.

Parents and guardians will receive practical guidance on how to further educate their children. Art Festival – charity event: participation of children for free; consultants work pro bono for the festival. Participation in the art festival is possible only after passing the preliminary registration – the number of places is limited.

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