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Art Fair 2022'
Every year the most awaited event on Children's Day is the ‘Art Day Celebration’.
Art Day was celebrated on Monday, 14 November 2022. This year it was named as 'Art Fair 2022' with the tagline “Here everyone is an Artist...”
On this occasion, students were permitted to wear coloured clothes of their choice and various art competitions were conducted for all grades from 1 to 10.
The excitement and participation of students was tremendous. The inauguration of the Art Fair 2022 was in the hands of our beloved Principal Rev. Fr. Joice. He unveiled its colourful peacock Logo at 10.am after which all the solo events commenced smoothly.
Competitions for grade 1 to 4 were conducted in their respective classes. The students of grade 1 and 2 enthusiastically participated in Landscape colouring, drawing & coloring and collage events. For grades 3 & 4, along with art, many craft events like Origami, Eye Mask making were added. Primary grade students had a fun time all day by doing art & craft activities and exploring their creativity.
Art competitions were conducted for Middle and High school students too, where they could participate in group and solo events of their choice.
Grades 5 to 8 had 7 solo events namely Drawing and Colouring, Pencil Shading, Pot Painting, Glass Painting, Fabric Painting, Clay Modelling and Watercolour Painting. This was followed by 5 group events such as Rangoli, Mehendi, Collage, Model Making, and Face Painting.
Similarly, for Grades 9 & 10 the 3 solo events such as Painting, Pencil shading and Doodle Art and the 2 group events such as Face Painting and Hand Painting were conducted.
All the events were spread out all through the day in different venues to allow student participation in more than two events & have fun and frolic with colours.
Children were naturally creative and full of imagination. The opportunity, freedom, Material and space were given to them to let their creativity blossom to its full potential to showcase their talents on the Art Day. The impressive artworks had been created by students and validated the same.