CCP to hold the first Children's Biennale this November

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BELIEVING that arts education and appreciation should begin at a young age, the Cultural Center of the Philippines launches a month-long online creative expression biennale for children this November 2020.

Dubbed “Arts eXpress: CCP Children’s Biennale,” the series of events aims to encourage and develop creativity and artistic expression in children, create new works/activities to focus on children’s appreciation and value for the arts, and engage the participation of the guardians and parents in sustaining the appreciation for the arts.

The biennale will kick off on October 31, 4pm, via the CCP Facebook Page, with a short program led by CCP chairperson Margie Moran-Floirendo, VP-artistic director Chris Millado and board member Nikki Junia.

It will be followed by the pre-opening events, starting with Tricks and Musical Treats: A PPO Family Concert at 4:20pm. Dubbed “A Virtual Adventure in Camp Melodia,” the annual orchestra appreciation concert for children and families moves to the…

#DearFutureMom: Your Child Will Be Happy

Among all the advocacies Saatchi has supported, this is one I would go all out on as it hits close to home. The video, made through a collaboration of CoorDown (Coordinator of the National Association of People with Down Syndrome) and Saatchi & Saatchi Italy, is a response to an expectant mother who had just found out that her unborn child would have Down syndrome.  

Before watching the video, you might want to have some napkins within reach. The video is very emotional – especially to people who have a person with special needs in their lives :)
Any support, such as posting the video link in your social networking sites, or even just telling your friends about it will go a long way and will be very much appreciated.
With your help in promoting the video, we hope to advocate not only the rights of those with Down syndrome, but also show our support to their families and loved ones as well.
Thank you.

#DearFutureMom: Your Child Will Be Happy
“What kind of life will my child have?”
A scared mom-to-be wrote to CoorDown (Coordinator of the National Association of People with Down Syndrome) when she learned she was expecting a child with Down syndrome. The organization, in collaboration with Saatchi & Saatchi Italy, responded by creating this #DearFutureMom campaign.


World Down Syndrome Day takes place on March 21st. Help spread the important message behind Dear Future Mom to help advocate the right to happiness and well-being of people with Down syndrome.

Official Hashtag: #DearFutureMom
Video link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ju-q4OnBtNU 




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