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Second Annual International Children's Art Exhibition?

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Embrace the global community and expose your kids to some inspiring art. Children Art Foundation (CAF) presents artwork from more than 100 students from The Jewish Guild for the Blind’s Harriet and Robert Heilbrunn School in New York City, The Subsomboonpittayacom School in rural Thailand and The Bangkok School for the Blind.

We're blown away by the creativity and energy behind this exhibit. CAF provides art education programs that promote children’s emotional and cognitive development through “hands on” education in the arts. The 2010 International Children’s Art Exhibition will feature paintings and sculptures from clay, wood, paper and fabric crafted by The Guild’s students who are blind or have low vision, in addition to paintings and drawings by the students in Thailand and Bangkok.

Monday, July 26, 2010 / 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Asian Cultural Center Art Gallery

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