Arts Lab 4.0: Month V, Fatma Mohamed Ibrahim Mahmoud - Grateful

 I can’t believe that I'm writing the final monthly report. Time has flown by so quickly, and I have experienced a lot of emotions, challenges, and tears.

There's so much to say about the past five and a half months. I've met many new people, some of whom have become like family to me, while others have influenced and shaped me in different ways.

Let me begin by expressing my gratitude to my team, Arts Lab 0.4. I've learned so much from them, and we've been through both good and bad times together. We've laughed, cried, danced, sang, and, most importantly, hugged each other. It felt like a source of energy for us, and we've grown together. I want to thank them from the bottom of my heart for making this project so special. Without them, it would not have been the same. I love you all!

Working here was not easy. Each exhibition brought new challenges, information, and memories. However, what I enjoyed most was the process of working, which involved research, sharing ideas, collaborating with like-minded people, and building something together. In the end, we created a final product that was a result of hard work and love.

I'm incredibly grateful for this opportunity, and I'm thrilled that I decided to embark on this journey. I've learned and grown a lot through this experience, and I hope that I've conveyed my emotions through these words, despite my lack of proficiency in this area. I want to thank all the people I've met here, as well as our coordinator and my team. I love you all, and I'll miss you. See you in the next life! (Just kidding!)

Ataota or Fatma Mohamed Ibrahim Mahmoud is from Egypt and she's doing a six-month volunteering project under Arts Lab 4.0, funded by European Union through European Solidarity Corps Programme.


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