Art Show By Students- ‘Articulate’

“Creativity is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes, and having fun.” – Mary Lou

At The Khaitan School, we believe that every child is an artist and has a creative talent which needs to be developed, fostered, and nurtured. We believe that no one should ever judge or criticise the artwork produced by our children since each piece of art they produce is special and one-of-a-kind and deserves to be praised.

The Grade 1 and 2 students displayed their learning in their very own art show, titled “Articulate,” with the goal of illustrating the joyous visual arts learning that had taken place in their classrooms.


The art exhibition was open to all parents and their children on March 21, 2023, inside the school.Each student’s artistic expression was displayed, along with the process and techniques used and the underlying skills learnt therein.  The visual art created by students was displayed outside of the classrooms.

n the Junior Library, kids in grades 1 and 2 also demonstrated the abilities they had acquired via their Hunar lessons for their parents.


At the Pre-Primary reception, the students showed clay paintings to display the abilities they had learned throughout their pottery class.

It was evident that students used their imagination to the maximum extent, improved their focus, honed their creative abilities, and acquired confidence throughout this process of joyful inquiry and experimenting. Along with the students, the parents and all of the school leaders applauded and praised the art exhibition.

All the parents were filled with pride and happiness at how quickly their children had learned critical life skills and explored new horizons. By the Art Show, the goal of reaching out to our parents, connoisseurs, and the general public was accomplished. Articulate resonated with our conviction that every child is a creator and an artist and the sense of aesthetics and art is essential for all individuals. 

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