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Our Mission

Induz was established in 2004 with the vision of fostering art and culture toward wholesome growth in improving global communities. It was founded on the principle of using the power of art to create harmony and creativity across the world.

Our goals

We want to nurture artistic talents by inspiring individuals through arts and culture. By providing programs for our communities through various forms of art, we hope to foster growth, creativity and global arts learning in our children, in particular the underprivileged. With our passion and belief in the arts we hope to use this medium as a way to bring diverse communities and cultures together and by encouraging volunteerism and active participation.


How we work

Induz is based in the San Francisco Bay Area, providing art programs locally and abroad in India and Africa! Our main program in the United States, Passport to World Arts, is a  common-core aligned curriculum geared towards creating and learning about meaningful art forms from around the world. It has been implemented as a program for schools, libraries and other community centers. The program has also been showcased at well-known art museums such as the Museum of Children’s Art (MOCHA) in Oakland, California and the San Francisco Airport Museum. If your organization or school is interested in providing the Passport to World Arts program, our team will train your staff in the program curriculum and provide ongoing support for the duration of the program. If your school or organization is classified as low-income, Induz can work with your center to sponsor or provide the program at low-cost. If you are interested in how you can bring the Passport to World Arts Program to your child’s school please contact us at [email protected].

Some statistics

Art programs across the nation have steadily decreased in the last 30 years, and there is even less support for the arts in developing countries. Research has shown that children who are provided with arts learning are shown to have higher achievement especially for student who come from economically disadvantaged circumstances. They are 4 times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement and student are 3 times more likely to be awarded for school attendance (National Endowment for the Arts). The arts can become an engaging tool for the success of our students. To learn how you can advocate for the arts please visit for more research and information: