Art has always been incorporated as a learning subject in the school’s curricula. Art has the ability to open one’s mind and inquire about the world. It has been used as a power to express one’s thoughts, feelings and emotions about what one thinks. Therefore, HOPE - an educational NGO in Pakistan, always encourage the students to take part in various exhibitions as well as take them out to art and science exhibitions.
Total 103 students participated in this activity. The work of students included paper work (flowers, cars etc), clay work (animals, household equipements etc), dustbins, tissue box, a volcano, and drawings of Taj Mahal, The Great Wall of China and heart of a frog.
Creativity is an inner source to express one’s feelings; it may increase through different experience, knowledge, experiments, acquiring new skills etc. For this purpose HOPE - an educational NGO in Pakistan seeks different ways to make its students more creative and competitive.
HOPE, under the guidance of Chairperson Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla - Child Specialist in Karachi, makes sure to bring the best out of its students and to allow them to get involved in diverse interests as it is important for them to be very diverse in their interests.