WCSU students to take art and music abroad during spring break
DANBURY, CONN. — If you love the arts – from music to drawing and painting, then maybe you’d be willing to make a donation of craft materials. Or perhaps you have a forgotten violin collecting dust in your attic that could find its way into the hands and heart of a musically inspired child.
From March 22 through 30, six WCSU students will volunteer through La Esperanza Granada in Nicaragua to teach schoolchildren to make crafts. La Esperanza is a foundation that builds schools in the city. The arts and crafts donations will go directly to the students in the classrooms.
It is also LETRA’s mission to bring six donated violins to the Luisa Mercado Foundation in Masatepe. The foundation helps give children access to a library, tutoring and musical instruments.
To make a donation of craft materials or a gently used violin or for more information, contact WCSU World Languages Professor Dr. Alba Skar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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