Press Release

Art exhibition ‘Meraki’ was inaugurated at Maharaja Sawai Man Singh (MSMS) II Museum at City Palace by Former Head, Department of Painting, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, Mr. Shabbir Hasan Quazi. Over 100 children presented various forms of artwork and photography at the exhibition. ‘Meraki’ is being held in collaboration with Delhi Public School (DPS), Jaipur.

On the occasion, Mr. Quazi said that the exhibition is a wonderful display of innovative artwork that displays the extreme skill and talent of the students. More children need to focus on creating original pieces of artwork. They may borrow concepts from existing art forms for inspiration but it is important to create your own art form.

Principal DPS Jaipur, Ms, Sangeeta Kain appreciated the various artwork showcased by the children at ‘Meraki’. She said that the students have created a variety of commercial artwork as well which is beyond imagination for their age. She further informed that the exhibition will be on till 25 November.

Various art forms such as Tessellation, Pixel Art, World Art, Cyanotype, Pen and Ink, Portraits, Caricature, Nature Painting and Illustrations are being exhibited by the budding artists of Delhi Public School, Jaipur. A special attraction of the exhibition is the ‘Tree of Life’ which is a mythological representation of everyday emotions displayed in various colours of the rainbow. Similarly, students are also engaged in ‘Live Painting’ activities.

A cultural programme was also presented on the occasion by around 40 students from Class 6 to 12. The programme began with Sanskrit Shlok and dance performance, Ganesh Vandana. The students went on to perform popular Indian prayers like ‘Ishwar Allah Tere Naam’ and ‘Ae Malik Tere Bande Hum’. Other than this, there was a theatre performance ‘Jaipur Heritage Ki Kahaani Akbar Birbal Ki Zubaani’. The programme concluded with a western fusion performance of ‘Abke Sawan Aise Barse’.

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