VISION: To connect children* all over the world in the field of modern arts, art and culture. MISSION: To create activities for children* by art projects, in a framework of tolerance and acceptance of diversity and differences, concerning art and people. VALUES: Life, Person, Humanity, Arts, Education, Tolerance, (Sustainable) Development, Nature, Unity, Love and Freedom. PRINCIPLES: The WAG Association stands open to all States and people who respect Human Rights, regardless of skin color, ethnicity, religion, age, gender, sexual preference, social status or political persuasion. *include disabled children
2017 WAG CHILDREN PROJECT at 4th World Art Games at Croatia. August 12-20th.
11 states participated in WAG Children Project 2017, Slavonski Brod, Croatia.
Some children of Slavonski Brod make beautiful dance and sing at the opening.
Lentiz Reviuslyceum, Maassluis and an Elementary School Rotterdam participated on behalf of The Netherlands. Warm thnx to teachers Yvonne Larmene and Friedie Kloen
2016 WAG CHILDREN TRAVELING EXHIBITION
2016 WAG CHILDREN TRAVELING EXHIBITION. Show children’s work that have been presented at 3th World Art Games at Montenegro. Traveling through Azerbajan (2016), Mexico (2016), Austria (2016). The purpose is to give children possibility to connect all over the world in the field of modern arts, art and culture. Coordinator: Bikkel Artist (Netherlands) in co-operation with WAG Children Group Members: Jadranka Gros (Austria), Xatira Xalilova (Azerbajan), Nina Sic (Croatia), Ingrid Rosas (Mexico), Miki Popovic (Montenegro) and Lisa Burke & Leo Semau (New Zealand)
2016 WAG CHILDREN PROJECT at 3th World Art Games at Montenegro. May 4th – 12th, 2016.
Coordinator: Bikkel Artist in co-operation with 7 other country’s. Bikkel is honoured receiving acknowledgement for the coordinating in the period 2015-2016. WAG CHILDREN PROJECT GROUP MEMBERS: WAG Austria, Jadranka Gros. WAG Azerbaijan, Xatira Xalilova. WAG Croatia, Nina Sić. WAG Mexico, Ingrid Rosas. WAG Netherlands, Bikkel. WAG New Zealand, Jules Hunt/ Lisa Wilkins Pirika. WAG Kosovo, Dardan Museli At The Netherlands many thanks are going to the students of Pr. Mauritsschool at De Lier, NL, and their mentor Lia Ruis on behalf of their contribution at the WAG Children Project with theme “Easter is New Life”.
- 2015 PROJECT “CHILDREN OF WAG” – World Art Games 2015, Bratislava.
September 1th to 9th, 2015
NEWSPAPER De Schakel – May 22th 2015 WAG NL organizes in co-operation with WAG HQ a presentation and an exhibition at the 2th World Art Games 2015 in Bratislava. Students works of LentizRevius Lyceum, Maassluis, NL, were shown in the Basement of the City Library. Students (14 to 15 years) have worked on it in school during 6 weeks under the leadership of teacher Yvonne Larmené. After the project students presented their work to each other. At the first day of the World Art Games, September 2th, Bikkel, WAG NL president presented this Project “Children for WAG” with opening of exhibition and a powerpoint presentation. September 8th, 2015, Bikkel, WAG NL president, was honoured with SPECIAL THANKS, for her contribution in promotion of WAG organisation. WAG NL Is not subsidized and does not yet have partners – we rely on our own way.
- 2012 WAG Project Hope & Love” at Antun Bauer School wall at Vukovar 2012
May 6th till May 13th 2012
Coordinated by Bikkel Artist, WAG NL president, in co-operation the help of Schoolchildren, Director of Antun Bauer School, Government of Vukovar, Artists of Vukovar, Peter Weisz, Artists of WAG, neigh boroughs of Antun Bauer School. Bikkel will bring Hope & Love to Vukovar by paintbrush Dutch flowers at the Antun Bauer School wall at Vukovar, Croatia. Portrait of Antun Bauer, Nobel Prize winner, is in the middle of the school wall. And four QR codes in between. Some photo’s of the realisation at the painted school wall are bring into the website of the Government of Vukovar.