Draw Your Dreams Exhibit & Workshop - African Childrens Haven


Join us for our Draw Your Dreams Exhibit Opening!


The event, the first of its kind in Galveston County, will feature art from children in Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa and India and, with your participation, from hundreds of Galveston and La Marque kids.

Children of all ages are invited to attend and “Draw Their Dreams.”

Art supplies will be provided along with snacks and a chance to win major prizes. Admission is free.


5th Prize – Spalding Basketball
4th Prize – Wilson Volleyball
3rd Prize – Lego Classical Building Set
2nd Prize – Play Station Games
1st Prize – Bicycle

Refreshments Served by Bear Fruit Bakery
Enjoy entertainment with Thomas Family Praise Dance Team

Come Celebrate Draw Your Dreams with the Thomas Family Praise Dance Team. Refreshments served by Bear Fruit Bakery.

Inspired and funded by New York artist Dinesh Doshi, the project has provided art supplies to thousands of African students.

Join us in building a wall of dreams.

Event Information


Opening Date: Saturday, January 18, 2020
Art Workshop: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Exhibit Open: 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Location: Galveston Arts Center
Address: 2127 Strand St, Galveston, TX 77550 (map)

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Questions? Contact:
Ed Sulzberger or Linda Ercole-Musso
Email: AfricanChildrensHaven@comcast.net
Phone number: 409-737-1388



About Draw Your Dreams


African and Galveston County schools are often hard-pressed to include art in their curriculum. That’s beginning to change, however, for children participating in the “Draw Your Dreams” project.  

Inspired and funded by New York artist Dinesh Doshi, the project, provides art supplies to thousands of students in Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa and India and, more recently, to children here in Galveston. 

The children are encouraged to literally “draw their dreams” and envision a day in the future when they’ll become teachers, doctors, police officers, airline pilots and lawyers.  The project is organized by African Childrens Haven in collaboration with twenty African social service organizations, six Galveston primary schools and non-profits, the Galveston Kiwanis, Galveston Parks & Recreation Department and the Galveston Arts Center.  

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