THE ART ROOM
Aesthetic education plays an important role in the universal development of a child. It takes into consideration the child’s creative growth and intuitive perceptions, besides inculcating a deep, lasting appreciation and enjoyment of art. The enormous Art-cum-Sculpture Room is a creative hub which provides both space and opportunity for a wide range of activities including drawing, painting, poster making, sculpting etc. Pupils are taught basic knowledge of colours as well as theory of art. Students are exposed to the language of art such as: line, shape, colour, texture, pattern and form. Children learn to utilize their creativity and express it in a constructed way. Each child’s creation is unique and helps in creating as well as building confidence and self-esteem. Art Classes: Students who have opted for subject art and craft as their hobby are offered various activities like:
Oil painting on canvas
Various folk arts belong to different states like: Madhubani etc.
Rugs making with old clothes.
Bird house with waste plastic bottle.
Pot making with cement and old clothes , diya making.
Junior Classes: To strengthen the base of Junior classes in art and craft, the teacher enlightens the students about Basic knowledge of colours (Primary, Secondary, tertiary, warm and cool colours), elements of art, how to draw picture composition, simple landscape and posters etc. Craft: Junior Students make different collages with craft papers; they do origami with craft paper and make different things like fruits, vegetables, animals with colourful clay.
Senior Classes: Complete knowledge of colours, elements of art, still life (pencil shading and water colouring), Nature Study, Logo Design, Calligraphy, free hand designs. Craft work by using waste newspapers and waste plastic bottles. First Aid Box with old shoes boxes. School offers many competitions related to Art and Craft like:
Face Painting Competition
Wall Painting Competition
Card Making Competition
Slogan Writing Competition
Poster Making Competition
Thali decoration and Rangoli Making Competition
Mehndi Design Competition on Teej etc, Lohri celebrations
Folk Art Warli Painting Warli Art: It is a beautiful Folk Art of Maharashtra, traditionally created by the tribal women. Tribal people express themselves in vivid styles through paintings on the walls of their houses. These paintings depict social life.
Folk Art Madhubani Painting Madhubani Art : It is practiced in the Mithila region of Bihar, India and Nepal. Painting is done with fingers, brushes, nib-pens and matchsticks, using natural dyes and pigment, and is characterized by eye-catching geometrical patterns.
Folk Art Kalamkari Kalamkari Art: Kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block printed cotton textile produced in Iran and India. Kalamkari belongs to Andhra Pradesh. Kalam means Pen Kari – Craftmanship