The Doodlery Art is a traveling art education program that invites motivated parents, kids, + teachers to engage in diversity & inclusion focused art projects.
We are guided by our deep commitment to equal & civil rights. We, therefore, design our events to be a fun, age-appropriate way of teaching about challenging but important topics; such as racial + gender equality, LGBTQI+ rights, and socioeconomic inclusion.
We make sure our voice is not only approachable, but credible. We strive to help our students, parents, & educators feel equipped to become better allies for social justice, diversity, & equality.
Sheila Angha (on-guh) (she/her) is a mixed race mental health social worker & small business owner. She's worked with marginalized groups of people dealing with societal stigma, complex trauma, and the physical + mental health disorders that ensued. Her anti-bias/anti-racist journey began when she saw her son being singled out for looking different during one of her own art classes. It was through this experience that she found the language to articulate her own experiences of unconscious bias & racism as a kid. Sheila finds her peace through yoga, Buddhism, traveling, learning, nature, & self-reflection. She lives in the Greater Philadelphia area with her husband, two children & two dogs.
Kind creative owner who makes all feel welcome and free to express creativity. Highly recommend. My kiddos had a blast!!
The Doodlery is truly a creative and unique experience for all ages.
Great class! Lots of open learning and creative atmosphere, highly recommend!
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