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Little Mysticeti is a space for children to share and explore their hopes, adventures, and ideas through art and storytelling.

Spotlight

Meet Dino Dinosaur - Akshat's hybrid animal who can walk on land with the help of its strong tail, have fruits from trees with the help of its long neck and float in water on its buoyant belly.

This session was conducted with The Museum of Art and Photography Bangalore. Click here to view Akshat's picture at his art gallery that went viral! 

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We spent some time foraging leaves and branches and created personality portraits with them. This art was created by Barish. The three identical leaves that she collected remind her of her best friends - Bebo and Niru.

This session was conducted with Kutumb Village - an NGO that provides quality life and education to abandoned children.

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A collection of vignettes about spaces where we find safety, friendship and adventure. These stories have been narrated by adults and children from different ages.

 

We love how each space is either a personification of the narrator's self or is contributing to shaping it. 

This session was conducted with Anushree Joshi (a sketch note artist) and the learners at Kenzen School.

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Stripes is an art gallery created with children between the ages of 6 and 12 years at Kenzen School. The gallery showcases 70 artworks that represent the connection between the little artists' imagination, creativity, and the natural world.

This session was conducted at Kenzen School.

Book Launch

Finding Me is a peek into a child's world and showcases creations by the children of Kenzen School in Varanasi. It prompts young readers to think beyond their everyday reality, and form meaningful relationships with themselves and their surroundings.

 

Finding Me creates a space for children to bring imagination and hope into their reality through art and storytelling. It is a limited-edition book by Mysticeti which will be distributed in art and community spaces, encouraging children to believe in themselves.

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Zine Launch

'A Little Girl Named India' is a zine written by Kenzen School's young authors, aged 10 to 12. Inside its pages, you'll find their short stories and poems that express their dreams and hopes for our country.

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Film Screening

Khidki is a story about a little girl's wish and her father's hope to make it come true.

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Prompt

Observe this art (created by Tejal Sharan) for a few minutes and try to write a story about it.

 

Email us your writing to get published on our website!

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