In this school, they don’t just read of Tagore & da Vinci but see them too

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New Delhi: In its 102 the Har­court But­ler

on ManMarg in cen­tral Delhi has had few colour­ful There was, for in­stance, the oc­ca­sion when the stu­dents to Gole Mar­ket in sup­port of Ma­hatma Gandhi’s call to the British to In­dia. But it was

brightly coloured than to­day, when its walls have been cov­ered with

its

fig­ures, such Rabindrana­th Tagore, Leonardo da Vinci

Amer­i­can

Keith Har­ing.

Prin­ci­pal Neera Rao is than happy. As

in­sti­tu­tion, we don’t have funds for bright­en­ing up the school. But Delhi Art its founder Yo­gesh dream come true. He had

con­cept ex­e­cuted it for free,” she smiled.

Delhi Art started the thetic three

It in­vited

on

oc­ca­sions to their own imag­i­na­tive touches to the school walls. The was only to

hued but to in­spire cre­ativ­ity stu­dents fac­ulty. An un­used in the school,

up for ex­am­ple, was taken over to cre­ate in­ter­ac­tive cor­ri­dor filled with wall in­stal­la­tions, sculp­tures, can­vas

cal­lig­ra­phy. Over 100 con­tribto this ef­fort. But the en­deav­our is only

walls. On Mon­day, DSA be­gan show ti­tled The the school. told TOI, want to cre­ative learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment for the stu­dents will later hold work­shops on sculp­tures, wall

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