New Zealand Home Page · Introduction · Current Art Houses · Childrens Corner · Success Stories · Friends · National Collection Child Art · National Directors Page · R.T · Every Child Counts · Resene Ltd · Rainbow Dragon of Peace · School Murals · Opotiki Murals · New Zealand Children's Maori Artworks · National Youth Art Awards · Taneatua Art Gallery Saturday, October 24, 2020
Users Online
Guests Online: 5
No Members Online

Registered Members: 3
Newest Member: mel
Event Calendar
October 2020
        1 2 3
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
18 19 20 21 22 23 24
25 26 27 28 29 30 31
World Children's Festival 2015
 St Giles Band
above: St Giles Band
below: Ku
tarere KapahakaImages: dr92.jpg
The World Children's Festival 2015

The 5th World Children’s Festival opened with a three-day public celebration on June 30th to July 2nd at The Ellipse—“President’s Park” south of The White House. On July 3rd the WCF Awards Banquet were held, followed by a communal celebration of United States independence on July 4th.

Images: tahana bennett.JPG
 Images: shona3.JPGThe New Zealand Children's Art House has been part of festival celebrations
in Washington DC since the first World Children's Art Olympiad in 1999.
Traveling via Australia, the Kutarere Kapahaka Group departed from
New Zealand on June 29th and stayed in Washington until July 9th .
The Maori children accompanied by Shona Hammond Boys,
the ICAF representative in New Zealand hosted workshops
at the festival with other educators accompanying the delegation.

Images: shona1.JPG
 Images: IMGP0079.jpg 

The ICAF has served since 1997 as the national arts & creativity organization for American children and the international arts & creativity organization for the world's children.

Our mission is to enhance academic performance and imbue global citizenship by nurturing children’s creativity and developing their empathy-key attributes of 21st century learners and leaders.

Our Accomplishments

  • Engaged approximately 5 million children in 80 countries to produce original art.
  • Hosted the first national children’s art festival in U.S. history
  • Developed the Artist-Athlete Ideal℠ of the creative mind and healthy body, which guides children to address the obesity and creativity risks they might face
  • Pioneered STEAMS Education℠, which integrates Art and Sport with the STEM disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics for children's holistic development
  • Produced the World Children's Festival on The National Mall in Washington, D.C., every four years since 1999 as the Olympics of children's imaginations
  • Instituted the World Children's Award for children to select and honor creative leaders
  • Gained recognition as the world leader in children’s art exhibitions and children's panels at conferences
PHONE: +027 216 3194
ADDRESS: 13 Wood Street PAEROA
3600 Postal P. O Box 199 PAEROA NEW ZEALAND

Copyright © 2009 NZCAHF Trust. All rights reserved.
Revised: March 07, 2019.
Admin login