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Help Make Art Education Available to Mongolian Children

150Alice project Olga Kovalyova

You can help underprivileged children in Mongolia at a free event tomorrow (Wednesday) at The Bookworm. Meet the creators of Pickatale, a digital publisher of children’s books, and learn more about their 150Alice project, which seeks to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by bringing together 150 artists to create a fully illustrated 300-page hardcover book. All proceeds will go towards educating children in Mongolia.

Attending the event will be Mark Van der Maas, COO of Pickatale, with a special video message from Mrs. Dash Oyunchimeg, wife of the Mongolian ambassador to China. Hear their story and learn more about “the most collaborative socially enterprising book ever created.”

Wednesday, July 22, 7:30 pm


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