“Creativity reached the peak at PHS” exclaimed proudly one of the students.
‘Creative ideas give rise to wonderful masterpieces’ was proved by the students of the Presidency through great art feast at Everest Campus. Students assigned some challenging work to their brains on the day and emerged victoriously. It was ARTiculate.
ARTiculate is the creative art festival which makes students’ imaginations go more creative and brighter. It also creates sweet memories. On 14th August, there was a sight of creativity in every student. On ARTiculate every student participated actively through great effort and teamwork.
This year PHS came up with a practical theme called “Public Places” to make students observe and understand the present situation and condition of public places, and collectively think about maintaining and managing them efficiently. They were to represent their opinions and thoughts artistically by way of various modes of art such as Drawing, Pencil Shading, Clay Modelling, 3D painting, Newspaper Painting, Model Making, Collage, etc.
In ARTiculate, children were given an opportunity to prove themselves in their preferred mode of art.
Kids at Presidency are the luckiest ones to express their hidden talent through ARTiculate. There were several judges making rounds and having a critical look at the students’ work.
One of the judges, Praveen Sir from Physics faculty said, “Children participated wholeheartedly to bring out their thoughts and ideas through the ARTiculate.”
One of the participant groups named Energetic Stars shared its experience that they have celebrated ARTiculate with great enthusiasm.
Vanaja teacher, another judge said, “Some of the students lack in academics, but they have performed with a lot of effort and inquisitive ideas in ARTiculate.”
ARTiculate is a good platform for the students to exhibit and enhance their talent in art. Students have a golden opportunity to set an example through ARTiculate. We hope that PHS introduces more such fiestas in the future to develop self–esteem and confidence in its students.
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Press Club Team