Tara Children's Project (TCP) is the only children's home caring for HIV affected orphaned kids in the state of Bihar, India. Children from the Tara Children's Project (TCP) recently worked collaboratively with arts therapist Karma Barnes to create a beautiful mural to enliven and beautify the entrance to TCP. The children developed the design of the mural based on themes from the 16 Guide Lines and drawings from their imaginations. All the children from the TCP contributed to the project from 5-17 years of age. The mural was an opportunity for the kids to see their ideas come to life, explore ways of working with each other as well as overcoming challenges, learning new skills and delighting in expressing their ideas in colour and paint. Karma is from Australasia where she works with young people both as an arts therapist and as a participatory artist, utilizing street art and installation art as a method of facilitating people working together.

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