Each year, in the remote village of Sujata is one of India?s poorest States Bihar, East India at the Niranjana Public Welfare School organizes the Wall Art festival. These intricate murals are made entirely from mud, dust, ash, and straw in order to raise awareness for the school. In this festival, two artists, one from India, the other from Japan, will each draw on the majority of the wall in two separate classrooms, in one session. Unfortunately the picture won’t be left, remaining for only short time. However, the spark of the moment at drawing and at erasing will live on forever.