Almost as soon as motor skills are developed, children communicate through artistic expression. Because schools play a pivotal role in cultivating the next generation of citizens and leaders, it is imperative that we reflect on the fundamental purpose of well-rounded educational facilities and infrastructure.
The aesthetic features of a school can foster a strong sense of belonging that, in turn, can generate an enthusiasm for learning.
ConnectFor ArtShala – Mission 100 Schools will be such an initiative where we aim t0 revamp and paint 100 schools and impact the lives of 25,000 students across Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Delhi, and Ahmedabad
So, if you are an NGO looking to revamp their school or Anganwadi or know of someone who could benefit from ConnectFor ArtShala, submit the details below
Motivating India’s future to learn – the BaLA concept –
Govt.-aided schools provide basic amenities and are in poor condition. They exist simply as sheltered structures. To help improve these conditions and destroy the monotony of a regular school day, we have referred to the BaLa concept.
The BALA Concept – repairing and painting schools (walls, floors, doors, etc) to depict many kinds of educational patterns. Children become sensitized to noticing patterns – and are motivated to study due to their enhanced curiosity and wonder.
Increase in ‘Present days’ (Decrease in absenteeism)
Increase in time spent at school on Present Days
Through art, children learn to observe, interpret, see different perspectives, analyze, and synthesize. The aesthetic features of a school can foster a strong sense of belonging that, in turn, can generate an enthusiasm for learning.
So, if you’re a Corporate looking to fund meaningful and high impact project like ArtShala to promote education and Community Development across India,