Presentation on theme: "1 ST ANNUAL ARTS FESTIVAL MAY 12-13, 2012 SAY WHAT? 2 Days, 1 Night Arts Festival Youth Art Clubs From Across Cambodia Estimated 200 Participants Khmer."— Presentation transcript:
1 ST ANNUAL ARTS FESTIVAL MAY 12-13, 2012
SAY WHAT? 2 Days, 1 Night Arts Festival Youth Art Clubs From Across Cambodia Estimated 200 Participants Khmer Arts in Kandal Province (it’s fancy) Khmer Professional: Meet and Greet, Workshops, and Performances Youth Art: Showcased, Presented, Performed, Celebrated
$$$ MONEY $$$ PCPP Grant Funded (Pending) Each community will provide 25% of their total costs Approximately $6.50 per attendee Covers food, lodging, transportation, t-shirts, certificates, small stipend for materials, and fun Fundraiser Ideas: community performances, donations, gallery opening, baked rice sale, Student Red Cross, talent show
PCV INVOLVEMENT Facilitate bi-weekly arts based clubs with a Khmer counterpart. Logistics: keep attendance logs, organize transportation, chaperones, permission slips, application, funding, and receipts. Role model alternative teaching techniques. Help get an organization or professional involved.
CLUB IDEAS Music, Choir, Songwriting, Instrumental Spoken Word, Story Telling, Poetry Theater, Plays, Sketch Comedy, Improv, Mime Group Dance, Solo Dance Visual Art: Painting, Drawing, Collage, Posters, Sculpture, Comic Multimedia: Photo, Video Architecture, Urban Planning Fashion Recycled Art Creative Writing
TIMELINE Start and facilitate club as soon as possible Apply for the festival: by March 23 Fundraise and keep working on the club Prepare for festival and complete logistical elements Festival: May Debrief: Post monitoring and evaluation
THINGS TO THINK ABOUT Art clubs can be useful to promote all sorts of messages and awareness. Role modeling alternative education techniques. Artistic abilities of PCVs and students do not matter. Look for existing interests in your community. New and exciting opportunity for Khmer youth.