Junior Picassos

Expression is art. 20 children in Citizens' School are very excited about expressing themselves using art. Their art will be exhibited in January. Citizens' School, in collaboration with Mantra4Change are very eager to involve parents in the school to strengthen school- community partnership. All of us have had childhoods where our parents come for every PTA, are actively involved in our school lives. These little children are first generation learners and we want to encourage their parents to immerse themselves in the educational journey of their child. What better way to bring people together than art!
20 awesome children are going to paint their spare time away for two months creating landscape paintings, mandala tote bags and post cards and show off their skill to their community. In budget schools exposure to art is a luxury because academics are always seen as more important. Khan Sir, the Principal of the School, thinks otherwise and wants to expose his students to the world of arts. If you are passionate about arts and think these wonderful young artists deserve this exposure, you can contribute at the below link to make this exhibition a reality. Lots of gratitude to you in advance, and yes, you are invited to the show!
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15th January 2018
Dear Supporters,

Here is an update on Junior Picassos:

The exhibition took place in the school with great response from community. Parents of the participants were extremely proud. Students displayed their exhibits and explained the values behind them.

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Anonymous donated Rs.31,786
Anonymous donated Rs.300
Vee donated Rs.250

All the best!

Adi donated $50
Archi donated Rs.1,000

Best of luck!!!

Anonymous donated Rs.500