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As artists, we wield tremendous influence in our culture. Plato rightly feared the arts’ ability to shape thought and sway the affection of society. When we harness the power of our public voice to speak out as advocates, we pierce the consciences of good men and women. We are proud to join forces with artists who are willing to use their influence and platform to tell the stories of those whose voices might never be heard... the poor, the marginalized, and the oppressed living in impoverished communities around the world.

ICYMI: Artist Appreciation

   
   Jasmine Owen

Last week, the World Vision Artist Collective hosted our first-ever Artist Appreciation Dinner and Training Day. While we’re always connecting with our artists and exploring new ways to support them in their craft, the Artist Appreciation event was an opportunity for members of the Collective to gather and learn from each other.

It was also a chance for World Vision staff to celebrate the relationship we have with our artists. These creative, passionate, and compassionate individuals are dedicated the cause, advocating for the world’s most vulnerable by sharing stories that might otherwise not be heard.

To all of our artists (even those who couldn’t make it last week!) – we’re honoured and humbled to call you partners and friends. Thank you for all that you do for the children, families, and communities we serve. Thank you for being a voice for change!

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