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Inter House Art Competition

Group 1
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VIVEKANANDA KALIDASA ARYABHATTA
Group 2
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KALIDASA CHANAKYA ARYABHATTA
Group 3
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VIVEKANANDA KALIDASA ARYABHATTA

18th August 2016, Aditya Birla World Academy held their 8th annual art competition.  Students were divided into three different categories, grade six and seven (group 1), grade eight and nine (group 2) and grade ten, eleven and twelve (group 3). Each group was assigned an individual topic and were given two and a half hours for the completion of their assigned topic.

Group 1 was asked to create a three panel story board in a lantern style, their topic revolved around the character Mowgli in a rock concert. Further group 2 was asked to make a mural on a wooden board and creating the character of Captain India the main focus of their piece. Finally for group 3 they had the opportunity to create their own stop motion movie with a character and a message of their choice to show to the audience.

All the students dispersed according to their houses and scurried into their little corner assigned to them, holding as much as their hands could allow them to. Without wasting a single minute every house began working on their masterpieces. Each one had a different story to tell, in their own particular way. Every student started playing their own part in creating their artwork. An array of attributes were put on display for all to see like; teamwork, creativity and collaboration amongst team members. The friendly completion amongst the houses grew as time flew by. Eventually in the last thirty minutes everyone was scattered, running around and making their way out of the colorful maze of paints and sketch pens they created to finish the last minute detailing. The participants made sure that every aspect of their artwork was detailed to perfection.

The judges soon arrived, *insert who the judges were* the participants were given the opportunity to present their artwork for two minutes, allowing them to talk about their main character and the story they desired to express around it.

The art competition was not only a platform to display the student’s talent but also allowed everyone to carry home a bagful of memories.

By Simoni Shah.