Harambee Arts : Let's pull together logo join our mailing list button
about harambee arts buttonprograms: trainings & services buttoneventsharambee arts blogphotos & artwork buttonconsulting buttonconsulting pressdonate now buttoncontact us button

Enjoy listening to Malinese singer Oumou Sangare

Learn About Harambee Arts > | Read Our Blog >

Guatemala: Work/Study Adventure > 2015
Download the flyer for the 2015 Harambee Arts work/study program in Guatemala. Learn to use Expressive Arts Therapy techniques to work with children and women who are overcoming the trauma of extreme poverty and violence. Use the Harambee Arts methodology to experience how to make the invisible, visible through art, dance and storytelling. Give a voice to children and women as they heal and access their own wisdom.

NEPAL: study/work program > 2014
Download the flyer for the 2014 Harambee Arts work/study program in Nepal. This unique and exciting expressive arts therapy work/study program is led by survivors of trafficking and their technical support staff who are trained in the Harambee Arts methodology.

News Article: Broad brush strokes
Marinscope Newspapers
A San Rafael woman, founder of a Marin-based arts program, expands an art therapy and support project from Africa to Nepal

Harambee Arts expands to Nepal! >
Spotlight on Gloria Simoneaux >
Learn about Art Therapy Without Borders >

Video: A glimpse into Harambee Arts' director Gloria Simoneaux's work in Malawi with Save the Children

Harambee Arts: Let's Pull Together TM partners with African and Nepali grassroots programs to train local caregivers to provide art programs for vulnerable children in an environment that fosters their sense of joy, creativity and exuberance.


The Official Trailer for the Shower of Love video

Nairobi: Monument in honor of children on the autism spectrum In February 2014 Harambee Arts with the California artist, Shrine, and the assistance of the children from the City Primary School's "Special Unit" built a monument in Nairobi (on the grounds of the National Museum) out of found objects in honor of those who have been discarded. It is intended as a place where people can come and be educated about the beauty of differently abled children, including those on the autism spectrum.

See all of the Monument Project videos here

See Photos >>

Harambee Arts: Let's Pull Together TM | © 2007 - 2013 Harambee Arts: Let's Pull Together | Privacy Policy | Site Map

PO Box 150156 | San Rafael, CA 94915-0156 | (415) 726-0422 | Email Harambee Arts
Website by Studio Kristen