Womenwill Stories – Raya and Kyra Pradiono, Kutakatik Arts and Crafts Class

Womenwill Stories – Raya and Kyra Pradiono, Kutakatik Arts and Crafts Class


Every week our families
and student’s parents send us cardboard milk boxes. The kids tell them to keep the boxes so they can be used in Kutak-Katik. I am Raya. I am Kira. We are sisters.
Kira is my older sister. Starting Kutak-Katik was a gamble. We were reckless. We liked arts & crafts and children, and wanted to teach in a cosy setting. This was how Kutak-Katik was born. We studied magazines, Google, YouTube, and researched similar schools. Grades aren’t a main concern here, the children’s happiness is. Children are encouraged to enjoy art
and express how art makes them feel. Our 15-20 teachers are all freelancers. We aim to expand beyond arts & crafts and teach music, dance and yoga. In 5 years, more women will be self-reliant,
self-employed, and independent, with greater awareness of their potential. Women can work just as well as men. My advice is don’t be afraid.
Believe in yourself! Be brave. Be reckless!

Dereck Turner

1 thought on “Womenwill Stories – Raya and Kyra Pradiono, Kutakatik Arts and Crafts Class

  1. Saifulnizam Nizam says:

    Siaran luar negara

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