Samskruti Art competition aims to provide the kids an opportunity to explore their creative ideas about India's rich heritage on a canvas. The topics for the various age categories are given below:
Kids in this category will not be judged. Participation only. All will receive participation certificates
Animals from Indian scriptures
Animals/Birds that serve as a “vaahana” or vehicle to Gods. Or Gods who may have taken the form of an animal
Festival of Lights: Diwali
Anything and everything related to this festival of lights - how it is celebrated, why it is celebrated, etc
Parampara: Indian Traditions
There are many interesting traditions in various regions of India. For example, lighting lamps, drawing rangoli/kolams at homes, etc. Depict any of those traditions that you have seen at home or when you made your trip back home!
India’s greatest gift to the world!
What you think is India’s greatest contribution - be it something from ancient India or something in the last century or now!
9X12 poster (Mixed Media poster will be provided).
Participants must bring their own medium (pencils, crayons, pastels, color pencils or markers only. Water-color pencils are okay. No paints allowed.)
Art Hall will be open in the morning. Exact timings will be published closer to the event.
Each participant can sign in during this time and will have no more than 1.5 hrs to complete their art work. The participation will be timed.
Participants will be given a sheet of “art” paper.
Participants must bring their own medium (pencils, crayons, color pencils or markers)
No references are allowed inside the hall.
Date: Fall / Winter 2020.
Date and Venue details will be published soon.
By participating in the Puranava 2020, you agree to let us use photographs of you and/or your participation at the event for promotional purposes. Your participation also allows us to use your photos in our future print or online publications, social media posts, flyers or other promotional material and for historical documentation.