An unexpected live on air interview with Anirudh of 89.1 Radio 4 FM has given me an opportunity to showcase the recent submissions and the objective of Talent Share initiatives.
Enjoy their presentations as you listen to me online in this video.
The journey till now has been the result of a dedicated and sustained effort, with interest from a group of children and their parents. Many times, when I visit schools, I see excellent pictures displayed on the notice boards. After a few weeks, many of them disappear from there to nowhere. I repeat my call to all arts and crafts teachers, parents and schools about http://www.talentshare.blogspot.com/. It is very simple, all the creative works by children, whether it is a poem, short story, coloring, sketching or art work or even a project, please send to Talent Share. Just take a scan, or a photo and email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org or even upload it directly at Talent Share Fan page on Face Book.
The joy for them to see their work is immense. The inspiration achieved to greater things from then on is tremendous and have to be experienced. It will then be part of a history. A history that is being created by our own efforts. A display of writings, and art works. Children of this world is slowly getting affected by SMS (Short Message) syndrome. We have to take proper guard at the appropriate time.
Spread the word around, enjoy visiting with your friends and families and encourage those who participate. As the language slip happened during this interview, this is a match between the have’s and have not’s. And if we have a chance, we will create a world full of have’s.
God bless and have a great journey ahead.
17 December 2009
Please visit this link to see the video
Dear Fans and members of Talent Share,
I am happy for the participation and encouragements each members are getting here, when they post their creative work. I also note the improvement each time they present. Based on suggestions and feedback from members, we have now decided to extend the deadline of the "Celebrate Christmas 2009 with Talent Share" online competition to 3rd January 2010. We feel this will give an opportunity for children to observe more closely the Christmas and New Year activities they see around and come out with more creative submissions. All the best in advance and look forward to more participation.
23 Dec 2009.