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School of arts


Creativity has no limits. All it needs is the right direction. With this objective, Kshetra Art Gallery has started Kshetra, the school of arts for children in the age group of 3 to 14 years. The duration of the course is four months. The curriculum will be divided into two parts. Part one will develop drawing and painting skills in children and improve the observation, concentration, memory and imagination power in them.

In the second part, the children will be given exercises in drawing and painting, which will make them inventive and bring out the latent talent in the kids. Painting is a science that recreates the world around us on canvas. It needs to have a sharp sense of observation and imagination. Keeping this in mind, the course is structured to make the children more creative. For more details contact 3091154 or 5515337.

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