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Who we are
Art in a Box partners with
communities around the world
that are in need, disadvantaged
by poverty, or that are facing
crisis situations due to war, public
health emergencies or natural
disasters, and assists in recovery
and empowerment through art.
We respect the depth and
diversity of people who are often
viewed as representatives of their
circumstances rather than as
unique individuals.
Art in a Box promotes
international understanding
across geographic, artistic and
cultural borders through Art and
Education Programs for Children
at Risk, Teacher Training and
Peer-to-Peer Art Mentoring. We
organize children’s art exhibitions
and publish book projects
through our imprint, Heron-on-
Hudson Press.
Art in a Box is a 501(c)(3) tax-
exempt, non-profit organization.
Art in a Box is inspired by Thich
Nhat Hanh, Maha Ghosananda
and by the artwork of artists from
all cultures.
Children in Cambodia
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What we do
Our art classes have
empowered more that 3,500
children and young artists
who are at risk or in need.
The students have created
over 8,500 paintings about
their lives and dreams for the

What’s New
book publication
To make a donation to
Art in a Box:
The Illustrated Guide to
Wildlife of Cambodia
is the
first book of its kind to offer a
comprehensive overview of
Cambodian wildlife,
and has
been written, illustrated,
researched and translated
entirely by middle-school
students from the Liger
Learning Center in Cambodia!

This beautiful, bilingual and
informative book includes over
ninety original watercolor
paintings of Cambodian mammals,
birds, reptiles, amphibians and
fish that were created by students
who participated in Art in a Box’s
Wildlife Painting Classes at the
Liger Learning Center in 2015.

The first in this exciting new
series of Art in a Box publication
projects, the book supports the
creativity of students, promotes
conservation awareness and
fosters bilingual literacy. Readers
of all ages can gain a deeper
understanding and appreciation of
Cambodian wildlife in all its

The book will be published in
Khmer and English by Heron-on-
Hudson Press, the publishing
imprint of Art in a Box, in
December, 2015.
Thank You
for your support!
The 2015 Art Sale &
Benefit Holiday Art
for Children at Risk
was a success and will
help children at risk
in 2016