Summary: A brief glimpse into the Fior Di Loto girls school, explores the competing ideas of traditional and contemporary womanhood in Rajasthan, India. Four girls introduce us to the complex realities of family and education while imaging their futures through a creative art class. This ethnographic documentary introduces us to the Fior Di Loto Foundation and school for girls in Pushkar, Rajasthan, India. During the summer of 2010 anthropologist Ife Olatunji volunteered as an art teacher. Using visual and performing arts, the girls explain how they imagine their futures, and their thoughts on family and school. Through one day of school we see how education in Pushkar is affecting families, and girls outlooks on themselves and their futures.