The Little Art
A non-profit arts education organization, promoting positive social values through arts among children and young people, specially marginalized. The Little Art is a youth-led organization that is determined, through numerous artistic avenues, media in particular, to promote the principals and ideals of democracy, equality, civil rights, community, prosperity, higher education, religious and cultural tolerance and sustaining cultural heritage. Children and young people are our audience.
Morango works in close partnership with The Little Art to design and develop their projects and, to also work on their campaigns around the year.
Lahore International Children Film Festival
The Lahore International Children’s Film Festival is annual event to showcase the best of local and international films by, for and about children in Pakistan.
Art Beat – National Child Art Competition & Exhibitions
ArtBeat – National Child Art Competition and Exhibitions was initiated in 2012 with a vision to promote visual culture, understanding of issues among children and youth from their own perspective. It organizes exhibitions of child art across Pakistan.
Tamasha – Theatre for Young Audience
Tamasha is a project by The Little Art developed to establish a culture of theatre for young audiences in Pakistan.
Morango has also collaborated with the little art to work on couple of more projects. These projects were designed around the importance of Heritage in Pakistan.
Heritage & Museums Learning
Supported by UNESCO
Heritage education is a process and approach to teaching and learning about world history and culture through which we may use information from the material culture and from the natural, human and built environments as direct means of knowledge.
Lahore, I love you
Supported by Prince Clause Fund
“Lahore, I Love You” is an independent movement of love in the city to celebrate art, music, history, spaces, design, architecture and social initiatives.
A series of photography workshops and photo walks for young photographers were hosted. The workshop facilitated a dialogue on the aesthetics of photography, using photography to tell stories of culture and heritage and celebrating Lahore.