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Visual Arts

Visual Arts

Today more than ever art is needed by our young people as a forum for safe expression, communication, exploration, imagination, and cultural and historical understanding. A strong arts education promotes the skills children need to be successful. Exposure to art education promotes self-directed learning and sharpens critical as well as creative skills.

Simple creative activities are some of the building blocks of child development. Learning to create and appreciate visual aesthetics may be more important than ever to the development of the next generation as they grow up. Drawing, sculpting with clay and threading beads on a string all develop visual-spatial skills.


Art Workshops

We at DPS- Bopal expand the scope of the classroom through workshops and interactive sessions by guest artists. These programs focus on the value of learning through original artworks. Participants explore the creative process, historical context and the nature of aesthetic experience.


Art Exhibitions

In a community as diverse as ours, the arts serve as an essential bridge across language and cultural differences. They become the shared link, the glue that shapes our understanding of how we see ourselves and one another. Exhibitions of student's art work motivate them and also succeed in influencing the public's understanding of art work made by children.


Communication Design- session by Ms. Milauni Shodhan' 20 November 2019

The Fine Arts students of classes XI and XII attended an interactive session with Ms Milauni Shodhan. She visited DPS-Bopal as the Visitor of the Week on 20 November as a part of the Alumni Connect Programme. A dipsite, Ms. Shodhan a Visual Communicator by profession, graduated from Shristi Institute of Art Design and Technology. She has worked with The Magic Beans Design Studio- Mumbai, Visual identity of Saint Etienne Biennale 2019- France, DA Design- Ahmedabad as an intern.

STUDIES-IV" workshop 18-20 October 2019, Exhibition 14-16 November 2019
The exhibition of fourth edition of STUDIES by Delhi Public School-Bopal was inaugurated on the eve of Children’s Day by eminent artists Shri Narendra Patel and Smt Frenali Patel. The inauguration was graced by the Principal Mr. Surender P. Sachdeva, Vice Principal Ms. Dipti Malhotra, Incharge Sr. Secondary Ms. R. Umamaheshwari, students, parents and art connoisseurs. STUDIES is an initiative of the Fine Arts Club, DPS-Bopal in which a workshop is organized and the artwork created during the workshop is exhibited for public viewing.
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'Strokes' 14-16 March 2019

‘Fantasy mirrors desire. Imagination reshapes it.’ – Mason Cooley
DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL- Bopal, Ahmedabad embarked its 12th year of Strokes-The Art Exhibition. It has always been an optimum platform to bestow novel opportunity to its amateur artists to showcase their talent. The exhibition was inaugurated on 14 March 2019.The theme this year for STROKES 2019 is Fantasize- Wings of your imagination. The exhibition is open for public viewing from 14 March 2019 to 16 March 2019. The state of art one square foot canvas is an artistic creation bestowed by our promising mavens from Jr. KG to Class V who have presented the interpretation of students’ fantasies. Each student had their own unique story to tell about their insight about what makes them happy.
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Paint Day' ISRO Wall Painting Activity 27 February-1 March 2019

Life is a great canvas to paint all your imagination and thoughts and create a master piece. The students of class I and III of DPS-Bopal, Ahmedabad went all out and enhanced their creativity by celebrating Paint Day on 27 February 2019.  Class 1 enjoyed the day through Bubble painting wherein the solution for painting was made by adding soap to paints which created the bubbles. The kids enjoyed making bubbles with the help of straw and the images formed from the bubbles. It was indeed a sight to see the twinkle in their eyes as the images were being embossed on their art sheets.  Class 3enjoyed the thrill of Wall Painting. 
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Doodle for Google Is annual art contest  held annually by Google India for students of classes I to X. This year, The theme around which the contestants needed to doodle was “When I grow up I hope” Rutvi Ravi Mandalia of Class II, Delhi Public School – Bopal is amongst top 20 nationalists from across  the  country for Google Doodle.
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Origami Mahotsav contest -Interactive session with First Lady of Japan

Origami Mahotsav contest was organised by Japan Information and Study Centre at AMA on 7 September 2017 and the final round was held on 10 September 2017. A panel of jury selected 20 students across the city to participate in the interactive session with First Lady of Japan, Madam Akie Abe and the award ceremony. Priyanshi Toshniwal (V E), Pratyush Giridhar (VI J) and Aishwarya Choudhary (VII E) received Origami Contest Award Certificate from Madam Akie Abe. Het Desai (VI E), along with the awardees was a part of the interactive session.

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