Importance of Preserving Nature: Mural at Government Primary School In Varanasiby Awantika Pratap
Students at Government Primary School, Lahartara completed their first mural on the walls of the school corridor. Children worked on the theme "Preserving Nature" through interactive discussions with our art instructors regarding the value, importance and conservation of nature.
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Water is Life: Mural at Government Primary School, Sonarpuraby Karishma Srivastava
Students at Government Primary School, Sonarpura completed their first mural on the walls of school corridor. Children worked on the theme "Water is Life" through interactive discussions with our art instructors regarding the uses, sources and conservation of water. The mural is crafted in the Warli folk art form which is a popular art form of Maharashtra, India.
Day of a Sincere Student: A Mural at a Government Primary Schoolby Karishma SrivastavaA wall mural is the annual activity conducted after Let's Start Art sessions are conducted in a school for a year. Students work with the art instructors in finalising the layout of the artwork weeks before they start working on the wall. Every aspect of the artwork is imagined and created by students, after the topic is brainstormed in the class and children are asked to draw their own layouts for the mural.
Students at Government Primary School, Durgakund completed their first mural in a classroom of their school, under the supervision of art instructors.
A Zebra at Assi Ghat: A Mural in Varanasiby Sana Sabah
We have been conducting regular art workshops at Bhadaini Primary School in Varanasi for two years now, but this was the first time that the students worked with paints and brushes. Seeing their confidence it is hard to tell that this was their very first mural. The students enjoyed painting under the guidance of Ajay, Neelam, and Karishma.