One of the great things about art is that anyone can participate in artistic pursuits. Art can be found in theater, painting, literature, and dance. While that doesn’t mean that anyone can be greatly artistic—my painting skills for one are nothing to boast about though my dance moves are above average—art provides an outlet for creative stimulation, relaxation, and amusement. And for those who haven’t had the chance to experience a myriad of art forms, one motivated young woman is spreading her love for all art nationwide.
This edition of “Women Working to Do Good” spotlights Negin Singh, a multicultural 25 year-old who calls art her “one constant.” To continue her passion, she founded an incredible organization that produces live art, theater and film as well as teaches everything from clowning to juggling. The author writes,
Negin says that her organization is a “large umbrella” where she feels she can accomplish whatever she sets out to do. Her goal is not to make money, but rather to create a community that she can care for while making quality, full-fledged art experiences of every kind.
Negin hasn’t let her youth or yearly change of residence stop her from spreading a myriad of unique art forms across America. Art is more than just paint and paper, and her work enriches our country in culture and spirit.
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Ronnie Cho is an Associate Director in the White House Office of Public Engagement.