How did Art Feeds start? Just how much paint has been spilled
in the last 8 years of Art Feeds? And what's Willy Wonka got to do
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Notes: Meg was recalling the Gobstopper story from Charlie and
the Chocolate Factory from memory, so not all the details are
accurate when held up next to the film. We say "Neverending" but
it's actually "Everlasting" gobstopper. Also, the "It had to be a
child" moment happened in the elevator, not in the office. The main
idea does hold up though, that it inspired us and helped us frame
the way we viewed our organization through that small moment in the
film. It's still one of our favorites.
We started Art Feeds in 2009 with the idea that all children are valuable. Art Feeds has reached over 36,000 children with creative and expressive arts programming. In this podcast, we explore ideas pertaining to creativity with children and in our world today.
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