Fruit carving is the art of carving fruit, a prevalent technique in Europe and Asian countries, and particularly popular in Thailand, China and Japan. Many fruits can be used in this process; the most popular one that artists use are watermelons, apples, strawberries & pineapples.
Origami, associated with Japanese culture, is the art of paper folding. The word "origami" is a term for all folding practises. The goal is to transform a flat square sheet of paper into a finished sculpture through folding techniques. This year let's learn to bring our imagination to existence through folding papers.
Cartooning is one of the most exciting and fun ways to express yourself through art. Cartooning is an elegant way to describe the world. A cartoon can be simple or complex and can be drawn in almost any style. This year let's learn to sketch some cool cartoons from Famous Cartoonist Mr Kamala Kant Ratha
SCIENCE IS FUN
Everything is theoretically impossible until it is done. This year let's learn & have some fun with Science. Let's think like Proton & stay positive.
GATI & MUDRA
A short self-contained course to introduce you to the multilayered and refined art of Odissi, a sacred dance that combines lyrical grace with core strength, stylised hand gestures with rhythmic footwork, abstract lines with emotional depth. You will learn the basics of Odissi dance, in the guru Kelucharan Mohapatra style.
Contemporary dance is very interpretive in its choreography and often focuses on emotions and storytelling. so let's learn to dance with our heart and let our body follow.
You can give “reduce, reuse, recycle” a whole new meaning by incorporating this concept into many subject areas. Many of these hands-on project ideas can be adapted for any grade level.