To encourage mobility and different cultural melting pot for social cohesion.
Orange Rouge projects take the form of arts workshops and outings for children in special-needs schools. Handicapped children produce collective works of art that are exhibited in museums and art galleries. The projects primarily address children aged 11 to 16 in difficulty (suffering from cognitive disorders, poor sight, autism, etc.). Around 50% of the projects are run in underprivileged districts. By encouraging mobility and diversity, they contribute to integration and social cohesion. Sponsored by an artist, each workshop « Orange Rouge » takes the form of an artistic workshop with an outdoor program. These workshops have already been supported for two years by the Foundation.share this project
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