Finding peace & prosperity in Kashmir...
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A street artist herself, Geeta has painted murals around India to use art as a mode of activism & raise a voice for climate change, child rights, girl child education and women empowerment. For more than half a decade, she has painted across community shelters, government schools and orphanages; transformed massive slums into walking street galleries, painted fairytale on school walls, and much more. Working on such projects made Geeta aware about the lack of arts in the Indian education system.
Geeta is also the Founder of the JK Arts Foundation, which aspires to leverage technology & democratize ‘Arts in Education’ by facilitating visual arts-based learning modules through workshops that are incorporated into traditional education curriculum. Their goal is to impact 1 million children by 2030 via artistic interventions to drive equity in education.
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