The art workshop organized by Nepal Internet Foundation to inspire more empowerment and creativity to children has been successfully completed.
Co-founder of E-Art Nepal; Erina Tamrakar was the chief guest at the workshop organized at Utpala Cafe at Boudha on Saturday with the aim that the Internet is for children as well.
Similarly, Utpala Cafe Managing Director Deepak Bohora, Help Nepal Coordinator Arun Kumar Basnet and Chairperson of Kathmandu Metropolitan City Ward No. 7 Bimal Kumar Hoda along with volunteers of Shubh Sri Bal Udyan Foster Home and others participated as special guests.
In the workshop, the children expressed their talents using the internet. Organizers claim that in the art workshop, children could explore their artistic abilities, enhance their skills and experience the joy of creating art.
Speaking at the workshop, the chief guest Tamrakar emphasized on the important role of art in personal life, community development and bringing out empathy in an individual.
Organizers say that this will help bring out the immense talent hidden in children through art and painting, and the digital divide will also be improved through the use of the Internet.
"We are thrilled with the overwhelming response and success of our art workshop," said Tazanna Shrestha; Program Co-ordinator at Nepal Internet Foundation. "
The workshop also conducted interactive sessions, where children shared their stories and experiences to inspire a sense of community and togetherness.
This workshop organized by Nepal Internet Foundation was supported by Worldlink, Budhanilkanth JCI, Lajga and Utpala Cafe.