Social messages conveyed creatively through art

  • HT Education Correspondent, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
  • Updated: Dec 17, 2014 12:32 IST

The 3rd International Life Skills, Values, Gender, School Health & Wellbeing Summit hosted a vibrant mix of stalls on diverse issues. Delhi Public School, Mathura had made creative posters on anti-bullying. GG International School, Vallabhnagar, Pune, promoted the value of creative skills at their stall.


Delhi Public School, Risali Sector, Bhilai had created a monster with plastic bottles with an interesting message, “Say No to Plastosaurus.” Gayathri Central School, Pullikkanakku, Kerala promoted the theme of gender equality through creative artworks at their stall.

An origami dragon on display at Gitarattan Jindal Public School, Rohini, New Delhi.

Yash Dodwani of Emerald High International School, Indore, explained how he had created the main backdrop of their stall, “I used the airbrush technique to make this two-canvas painting.” Gopi Birla Memorial School, Walkeshwar, Mumbai, had displayed an adolescent and messages for the girl child. B R International Public School, Kurukshetra, created some cardboard cut-outs of men and women to create awareness about rape, murder and torture of women. Arunodaya Public School, Thane, Mumbai displayed the side effects of taking drugs.

Gopi Birla Memorial School, Walkeshwar, Mumbai, supported the girl child.

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