What We Do

Partnerships

We partner with other art organizations in developing countries facilitating their IT, media, and financial needs.

Websites

We provide server space, domain names, and web development and SEO workshops to empower artists to promote their work.

Exposure

We curate art exhibits that feature artists from under-developed countries struck by disasters.

Street Art

We promote education, art, and community by sponsoring street art in natural disaster zones.

Art Therapy

We fund art therapy for children in the epicenters of Nepal's Great Quake.

Nepal Start Again Art Exhibit

We were in Nepal working with dozens of artists, and several art organizations when the country was struck by the "Great Quake." In the wake of devastation our efforts shifted to providing emergency relief to villages in the epicenters of Sindhapalchowk and Gorkha, forming a new INGO with other survivors. We are partnering with Nepal Grassroots Recovery and Artudio to build community art and educations centers, provide art therapy to children survivors, earthquake resistant construction training, and tools and materials for the reconstruction efforts. The exhibit features hundreds of photographs of Nepal and selected paintings from Nepal's contemporary artists.

Nepali Artists

Saroj Bajracharya

Saroj Bajracharya

Kailash K. Shrestha

Kailash K. Shrestha

Narayan Bohaju

Narayan Bohaju

Shraddha K. Shrestha

Shraddha K. Shrestha

Kabi Raj Lama

Kabi Raj Lama

Nepal Grassroots Recovery

Contact info

Address: 280 Northway Rd Ext, Linden PA 17744
Phone: 4152155088

What about the Money?

We are run entirely by volunteers ensuring that your donations go directly to the people that need it. The donations that we are currently raising go only toward building materials, tools, art supplies, and for the community art and educations centers in the epicenters of Nepal's "Great Quake." Thanks so much for all of your support. We are partnering with and to build three community art/education centers in Sindhapalchowk, Gorkha, and Dolhaka, Nepal. Our community centers provide trauma therapy to children, a tool library, earthquake resistant construction training to villagers, internet access, art classes, artist residencies, serves as a base for outreach, and a public meeting space.

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