Since october 2012 social franchise take acting with the name KRASS in Shanghai, China.
In China agricultural labor, according to UN estimates, 150 mio. migrant workers in search of a better life.Because agricultural labor is poorly paid, many people benefit by moving from the rural areas to Shanghai. They usually leave the children at home with relatives.For the equivalent of 150 euros a month these Chinese migrant workers work up to 16 hours a day, seven days a week.
It is a non-profit art project for the purpose of art education. It is a solid offering conducted on a regular weekly basis. All participants are children of migrant workers in Shanghai and are taught by professional artists.
Art classes with migrant/disabled children. Financial support for those with special needs. Workshops in schools and kindergarden. Organising art festivals.