The camp is a fine blend of drawing classes which stimulates creative thinkingand other activities that help children to enjoy and grow
The countdown has begun. Holidays have begun and it is time to take part in fun-filled workshops and summer camps that are being offered across the city.
Indicating the start of the summer vacations JSS Mahavidyapeetha had organised a drawing camp at JSS Balajagath for children between the age groups of 5 and 16 years. More than 50 participants have joined the JSS drawing camp to make good use of the holidays.
The camp which started on April 1 will be held till 24 allowing them to make good use of the time and also make good friends.
Speaking at the inauguration of the camp, D V Halbhavi awardee Ramdas Adyanthaya encouraged the students to inculcate artistic skills.
“Drawing is one of the basic art forms that sharpens memory and grasping power of a child. Practicing in any art will make one’s life disciplined and helps in all ventures. Open up your imagination and make best use of the camp,” he said.
One of the organisers said that during long vacation, such as the summer vacation, parents are often at a loss on how to make their children spend their holidays in a constructive manner.
Since past 10 years JSS Mahavidyapeetha has been one such space for parents where they can send their children to experience holidays in a creative and yet a joyous manner. Here children are encouraged to draw and colour their imagination. Also trip will be organised as part of the camp.
At the valedictory of the camp, an exhibition of the drawings by the participating children will be held. And the better drawings among them will be awarded.
The drawing camp aims to provide a complete package of unlimited fun, learning, growing and development under the watchful guidance of trained personnels.
Dean Chamarajendra Academy of Visual Arts Prof Basavaraja Musavalagi, senior jounalist Kunduru Umesh Bhat, Convenor of the camp S M Jambukeshwara and Headmistress Shailaja were present.
At the conclusion of the camp, an exhibition of the drawings of the children who took part in the camp will be held.