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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
Art in a Box has conducted 39
funded art projects with 31
partner organizations in 10
countries, including the United
States. We have also designed
and implemented 4 long-term,
replicable programs at
international venues and have
provided art curricula and
classroom resources for teachers
and staff.
Our art classes have touched
the lives of 3,200 students
at risk or in need.
Our art boxes have enabled
students to create more than
7,860 paintings about their
lives and dreams for the
future!

Coming Soon!
2014 Benefit Holiday Art
Exhibition
for Children at Risk
at Skylight Gallery NYC
 
All proceeds empower children
at risk!
What’s New
Art in a Box’s new publication, A
Fieldguide to the Wildlife of Cambodia,
 
has been developed in cooperation
with the Wildlife Conservation Society,
Cambodia. The book features
paintings created by students in
Cambodia in response to the rare
birds and animals of Cambodia, and
celebrates local conservation
initiatives. In Khmer and English.
Heron-on-Hudson Press, 2015.
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