Anjali House is an NGO working with disadvantaged children in Siem Reap, Cambodia. I designed and facilitated a week-long mural project at their school, teaching wall painting and visual narrative techniques.
Through a series of workshops, the students created stories that embodied their day-to-day lives as the second generation after a period of conflict and genocide. We learned about the impact conflict has on arts and crafts traditions, food production, and the environment. We also researched Cambodian textiles, food and household objects. The result was a slice-of-life tableaux spread throughout the school building.