Children Program Project Based Learning (PBL)

PBL7 Field Visit to Taragaon Museum

On 6th January, a group of 12 PBL7 students, including 3 staff, undertook a field visit to Taragaon Museum with a specific focus on exploring artwork related to Women’s Rights. The displayed artwork of the artist, Barsha Manandhar, was very interesting and managed to beautifully convey emotions into the artwork. The primary objective of the field visit was to provide exposure to enable students’ mobilisation of social awareness on women’s rights  as well as to promote creativity and collaboration among the students.  

The artwork aimed to focus on issues concerning women through the artist’s inspiration stem from her personal experiences, observations, and reflections on the concealed emotions and struggles that women endure. The artist also conducted an informative session, providing historical context on Women’s Rights and her inspiration behind the artwork. All the students actively engaged in discussion, sharing their perspective and gaining a deeper appreciation for the artistic representation of women’s rights issues. 

The visit was an enriching and thought-provoking experience for the students, effectively achieving its goals of deepening their understanding of Women’s Rights through artistic expressions. Amics del Nepal will continue conducting such enriching and interesting field visits for our students in the coming days.

This project is possible thanks to the support of all the members of Amics del Nepal and the collaborating partners: