Samnang: Good Fortune (2013)
By Lauren Iida
Thurs, July 10
The Confluence Gallery
104 Glover Street
Twisp, WA 98856
Also introducing The Antipodes Collective's first publication, In My Village, a bilingual Khmer & English children's book illustrated by 9 Seattle-based artists. Proceeds support our art-based ESL program and children's library in rural Cambodia.
Our book drive for the Cambodian children's library has reached 205 books!
Thank you to everyone who has contributed so far. Your retired children's books will be enjoyed for years to come by the people of Prasot Village.
We are still accepting books until July 1.
Davit is a 14 year old boy living in Prasot village, where we will be establishing our free library and art-based ESL program in January 2015. Learn how The Antipodes Collective's projects will impact his life and education in this 4 minute short.
3rd Place Books in the Ravenna neighborhood is now accepting books for The Antipodes Collective's book drive for Cambodia.
They have generously offered to spread the word about our vision, accept book donations, and donate books they are unable to sell because of over-stock.
This bookstore has been a Seattle favorite since 2002 and we are thrilled to have their support in the establishment of our library in Svay Rieng! More about 3rd Place Books
Our Fremont neighborhood book drive drop-off point is The Sweet Spot Sugaring Studio.
Lara Olsha, The Sweet Spot's owner has been a big supporter of The Antipodes Collective from the beginning and hopes to visit our library in Cambodia in 2015.
You can drop off gently used books for our library Monday through Saturdays during business hours.
Thank you Lara and all your sweeties at the shop!
The Sweet Spot
3507 Evanston Ave N.
Seattle, Washington 98103
Thank you Carol Santoro of Santoro's Books for your generous donation of children's books to our book drive!
Your contribution will help us fill our library in Svay Rieng province.
This is Hayden. At 5 years old, she's the youngest donor to our book drive!
She and her mother organized donations through the other families in their elementary school community in Snohomish, Washington.
So far they've gathered 53 books for our free library in Svay Rieng, Cambodia.
Thank you Hayden!