332 Corazon Roxas Foundation’s Superhero Portraits with KNK
Written by Kuya Harvard
It was our 6th partnership with Corazon Roxas Foundation in providing children learning opportunities through events. It was our 2nd trip to Japanese donated orphanage in far north of Quezon City, Kokkyo naki Kodomotachi (KNK) or “Children without Borders”. It’s a distance our team is happy to take.
After around a year, the kids in the center still remembered us. The last trip was a dance workshop. This time we challenge the kids to get their creativity going through an Art Workshop headed by our resident artist, Kuya Robby Singh.
After getting to know each other, we had Bring Me Art game to get the kids energy going. Groups had to bring the item by cutting it instead. To win a point, all the members of the team has to raise the item first. It was exciting. All the teams got competitive.
Kuya Robby’s turn came next. He shares the concept of superhero portraits to remember and celebrate Independence Day 3 days back. Why superhero? Well it was more fun and kids could relate more. We watched and were amazed on how much the kids enjoyed and learned from the session. Kuya Robby shared ideas on drawing, coloring and cutting to form their own masterpiece.