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World Children’s Festival June 8, 2007

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Attend the World Children’s Festival
June 23-25, 2007 @ 10:30am – 5:00pm
The National Mall, Washington DC @ 4th-7th StreetsICAF

Enjoy a unique 21st cenutry learning experience – free and open to the public. Equip the children to build a more just, prosperous and nonviolent world by making an online donation today @ http://www.icaf.org.

World Children's Festival
NC State University, College of Design and the Advanced Media Lab will host a digital design workshop on June 23 and June 24, for Creativity & Imagination Day in the Digital Technology tents. Sharon Marcussen (Art+Design Alumn ’07) and Hal Meeks (Art+Design Grad) will be attending to help coordinate the workshop series in conjunction with Kristin Brenneman Eno of Digital Story Workshop.

Representatives from Toon Boom and University Games will also be present as exhibitors for this event and be available for questions.

Photos up on Flickr:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/59179035@N00/622725905/

More information can be found at the ICAF.org website.

Download the World Children’s Festival Poster here.

Download the International Child Art Foundation and WCF information sheet here.

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1. onebitpixel - June 28, 2007

Photos up on Flickr:
Lego at World Children's Festival, Washington DC

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4. carolinaren - June 28, 2007

Awesome! Thanks for the link and the great image! I ordered some of the notecards — love art like this!


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