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the OneWorld art project seeks individuals (and groups and organizations) who recognize the importance of imagination, art and creative solutions! the goal of the project is to support, promote and celebrate creative works that inspire and/or solve challenges we face as a family of humans.

the fully realized project will serve as an educational resource to maximize the creative potential of people, young and old, by sharing interesting and enlightening art and actions from around the world. these will serve as models to inspire MORE creative thinking, more motivation to solve problems both locally and globally.

if you are a buy facebook likes paypal lover of art and creativity, if you calum von moger wiki value problem solving over the status quo, if you think we are at our best as a species when gina carano henry cavill we act in imaginative ways to better our world, then we invite you to join us on this adventure as we shape how to buy instagram likes fast our OneWorld into a work of art.

sponsor options are below, though we’re happy to custom tailor a program just for you, so please email info (at) juliedoaneroberts (dot) com with any special requests – we’re happy to work with you to find the perfect fit.

your sponsorship will make the following goals feasible:

    • programs and curricula for teachers worldwide to use interactive tools to work with students to explore creative solutions and artistic pursuits;
    • high school programs for students to explore ways to solve their local issues creatively;
    • college and university chapters to spread the message that creative solutions are as close as our own imaginations – and to use this truth to solve local and global issues.

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Glenn Cheney April 8, 2011 at 11:30 am

I wish there were a webpage where art teachers could share ideas for defending arts education. It would also be nice if art teachers knew that they could have their students contribute art to the likelihood gallery. Wouldn’t it be cool if students — k-12 students — could offer their work for sale through the gallery. That would sure make arts programs look a little more valuable! If I were an art teacher, I’d be DELIGHTED if one of my kids sold a piece or art, even if for $3. I’d make sure the whole world knew. And just think how the kid would feel! I know how I felt when a newspaper published a story i wrote when I was in the 5th grade. I felt good. Too good. And I was hooked. And doomed. But so what? Aren’t we all?

jdr April 9, 2011 at 3:05 am

ah, you’re funny – you were doomed, but so what, aren’t we all – ha, that’s the spirit!

so you mean it’s intoxicating when you actually make a work of art and someone pays attention, right? that IS a powerful feeling and empowering kids to know themselves as creators is important work. i like your idea and as the OneWorld art project develops, i hope we can incorporate this and other great ideas, too.

cool things are in the works – OneWorld art project parties in a pack, world liberation kits, and more. we’re so glad you are along for the ride, glenn – we need your inventive mind!

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