This week, Art for AIDS International has been welcomed as a guest in four art classrooms with Lakehead Schools in Thunder Bay, Canada.  On Tuesday morning we met the students at Hammerskjold Collegiate & Vocational Institute (high school).  After sharing some stories and talking a bit about the ways that art can have social impact, students were left to think about these new thoughts before returning on Wednesday to create some original art work together.


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Also on Tuesday and Wednesday, we spent some time with students at Superior Collegiate & Vocational Institute (high school).  It was a pleasure to be a part of their Native Art and Craft Programme.  Art for AIDS International truly appreciates the opportunity to reach engage young minds at such an important stage of life.

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Half of the day on Thursday and Friday found us at Sir Winston Churchill Collegiate & Vocational Institute(high school).  Students had a lot of fun playing with finger paints.  We look forward to showing you the results of their creative play very soon.

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Our final stop this week was at Westgate Collegiate & Vocational Institute (high school).  We hope that the new ideas that we all shared with each other will make a meaningful impact on each one of the students involved in the workshop.  Many thanks to Jason Pilot and the art teachers at Lakehead Schools for welcoming us back this year.

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