Arts for Animals Poster Project

How do we continue the experience and the lessons learned at the ARTS FOR ANIMALS wildlife Center and help children who participate to pass those experiences and lessons on to their friends and family back at their home village?
We solved this problem by creating a poster that incorporates the children's own creativity into the wildlife stewardship messages necessary to save endangered wildlife.The kids who visit the art center ,attend a conservation bush camp or join an "ECO RANGER" camp ,draw in their own endangered animal in the open,framed space which encourages them to keep the program momentum going forward at their own home and village.
Parents tell us these posters are very highly prized by their children and hold a special place in their homes.The conservation messages they carry continue to influence and educate their friends and family members for years.

$150 pays for 100 posters for 100 kids to learn from and use to change the ideas of their families and friends.
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Each child makes the Arts for Animals poster their own and brings that message back to their village.
By adding an animal of their own creation to the poster- it becomes a piece of their own artwork.

Each child makes the Arts for Animals poster their own and brings that message back to their village.
By adding an animal of their own creation to the poster- it becomes a piece of their own artwork.

Each child makes the Arts for Animals poster their own and brings that message back to their village.
By adding an animal of their own creation to the poster- it becomes a piece of their own artwork.

Another group of ambassadors for endangered wildlife
Each child proudly displays their own artwork and their own poster to bring home and reinforce the messages of the wildlife Center to their friends and family.

Another group of ambassadors for endangered wildlife
Each child proudly displays their own artwork and their own poster to bring home and reinforce the messages of the wildlife Center to their friends and family.

Another group of ambassadors for endangered wildlife
Each child proudly displays their own artwork and their own poster to bring home and reinforce the messages of the wildlife Center to their friends and family.