Rangotsav (13th February 2020)




 

 “Life is full colours for those who have imagination, visualisation and the skill to give their thoughts a beautiful picture.”

 
Art is the expression of soul. It plays an important role in a child’s holistic development and helps in enhancement of aesthetic sense of a child. 
 
To give young minds an opportunity to express their thoughts through colours, a free hand Painting Competition, ‘Rangotsav’ was organised by the School for the students of  Mayor Galaxy to grade VIII on Thursday, 13th February 2020, during the School hours.  It was a day of fun, laughter, inspiration and talent when the little stars painted their imagination.
 
Mayor Galaxy was given the theme ‘My Home / Garden Scene’. 
Grades I & II drew on the theme ‘ Park Scene / Spring Season’.
Grades III to V painted on the theme ‘Marine Life / Smart City’.
Grades VI to VIII showed their talent through the ‘Swatch Bharat / Save Forest’ themes.

The participants gave a preview of their future in art work, which looked brighter, stunningly impressive and full of imagery. They surprised the judges with their imaginative paintings. The music played in the background further enhanced the ambience and the children enthusiastically  participated in the competition.

The budding artists used the medium of their choice and poured their heart onto the sheet with multiple hues and shades. They made an array of inspiring artworks. The energy level and the excitement of the participants was overwhelming. The proficient use of colours and design was commendable. Impressed by the artworks, judges had a tough time in deciding the winners. 
The best six paintings were chosen and certificates were awarded. 
 
The Vice Chairperson Ms. Neerza Mayor, the Director Ms. Sarita Madhok, the Deputy Vice Principal Ms. Charu Trehan and the Head mistress, Mayor Galaxy Ms Aarti Gulati presided over the event and appreciated the efforts of the participants. They averred that such competitions bring life to the school and encourage the creativity of the students by showcasing their innate abilities. They also stated that the way students play with colours is remarkable, and though it did not require much judging in the traditional sense, it was marvellous to see the incredible painting strategies and dexterity that the students came up with. The students found the competition very exciting and exhilarating.
 
 
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