Globalart Children’s creatives were displayed at the 2nd World Ministerial Conference in Bali Indonesia
Globalart organized ‘KOLOR CHAMP 2023, ’ a Unique Art Competition in the city on Sunday at Satya Sai Nigamagamam in Srinagar Colony.
The competition was formally inaugurated by Mr. Dinesh Victor, MD of SIP Academy, who is one of the names to reckon with in India on the subject of Skills Development in children and championing that cause.
450 young children, in the age groups of 5 to 15 years competed in the 5th Regional Competition of ‘Kolor Camp 2023’. The participants of this competition will go on to compete nationally, in a nationwide competition to be held later in the year. This competition was held physically after a gap of four years.
The theme of the contest “My Happiest Day at School” was announced on the spot. Children depending on their age group and category were supposed to imagine the theme and draw a painting or an artistic imagination in one hour forty-five minutes to 2 hours forty-five minutes.
Responding to the theme, Archana, a participant said, I can't imagine one day. All days of my school life are the happiest days, she added and I have communicated the same she said.
Friends, sports, fun, learning and bagless days make me happy at School, said Akash.
Addressing kids on the occasion immediately after inaugurating it, Dinesh Victor said, Art teaches kids the most important quality of being patient. One should have the patience to see complete art. Unfortunately, the current generation doesn’t have patience. They look for instant results, he said. Patience improves kids' ability to accept setbacks and enjoy life much more. “Good things come to those who wait, he said.
Globalart is a complete, systematic, and efficient art program aimed to develop the creative and artistic potential of children. The thoroughly researched and structured syllabus aims to provide children with formal yet child-friendly art training using creative challenges.
Extracurricular activities are as important as studies to the current generation of students. Parents also realised this fact during the pandemic. We have been getting very encouraging responses, he said. The programme has been developed by Globalart, Malaysia and has a presence in 22 countries and trained almost 2,75,000 children across the world since 1999, he added
Mr. Srinivas Mashetty, State Head – of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh said the 450 children who participated in the contest were drawn from 21 Global Art Training Centers spread across the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.
Some of the paintings of these young children have gone places.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) a Swiss-based international non-governmental organization that works to sustain the natural world for the benefit of people and wildlife, uploaded the creatives of Globalart children on their website for the ‘Save the Tiger Campaign and for ‘Climate Change campaign”.
Globalart Children’s creatives were displayed at the 2nd World Ministerial Conference with delegates from 13 Tiger range countries in Bali Indonesia in 2010.
The competition holds the Limca Book of Record. It was created in Hyderabad. It was awarded during its 1st International ‘Kolor Champ’ in India at HICC, Madhapur in Hyderabad. Certification was given for Art competitions with participants from most countries. This happened in 2010, wherein 584 children participated. The children came from 7 countries (Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, USA and India). The theme for the Competition theme was ‘One World.’
The Globalart program is a one-of-its-kind international creative art program for children (5 – 15 years). Over the last 18 years, Globalart has benefitted over 80,000 children across 125 centres in 7 states in the country. In the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, there are 21 Centers where over 2000 children come in for classes every week.