- Murals in Laos, lessons learned, lesson plans, and resources.
After the workshop, Abby and I worked on mounting the murals. We bought wood to around the back and then hammered from the front, using small nails and wire to hang them. This gave them enough support that they didn’t … Continue reading
But an artworkshop with the Participatory Training Development Center (PADETC)! PADETC is a Lao training center based promoting participatory processes for sustainable development. This workshop was developed for a youth-led research project about water with students who have gone through … Continue reading
My excellent friend Sunny Forsyth (you may remember him for a 4 am run with me 30 km out to trace the bug mural) runs Abundant Water: “Abundant Water is a ‘not-for-profit’ humanitarian development organisation sharing the innovation of clay-pot … Continue reading
I missed the class where the students created their final composition, but they worked together to create a final sketch that incorporated all of their work. They created colored sketches of each section they would be working on. This class, … Continue reading
This mural is a commissioned mural by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. They asked me to paint a mural on their insect farming house, which is an 18 m wall x 1.3 m tall on one side, and the … Continue reading
This project is funded by the US Embassy, who approached me and asked me to do a mural on their giant wall that faces a very busy street. I am running art workshops at a high school in Vientiane (Sisatannak … Continue reading