Monday, 23 May 2022
Fine Arts Department of ISM brings splendour of graffiti to campus

Fine Arts Department of ISM brings splendour of graffiti to campus

The walls of the college ground underwent an extraordinary metamorphosis into a panorama of artistic expression overnight. The primary thrust of project was to improve the splendour of the campus as nicely as impart the essence of art to the students. The graffiti requires themes that showcase the culture and heritage of Oman, picturesque landscapes and abstract tips.

The colour schemes and strategies adopted to compose the paintings are phenomenal. The graffiti function was a package of painstaking efforts, inventive considering and a sense of togetherness. The tough function involved in the graffiti is monumental. An exhilarated student, Anugraha Vinayan of 12 G stated, “Engaging in the graffiti work was indeed a beautiful experience through which I could portray my creative skills, understand the value of teamwork as well as create golden memories.”

The students as nicely as the teachers not only spent arduous hours throughout college but also continued to function meticulously following college hours for about two weeks finishing roughly 7,200sq feet of graffiti function. “It was a beautiful experience to be a part of this wonderful graffiti project. We are all really proud to leave a part of our work on the lovely school walls. It is a memory to cherish forever,” stated Amritha Prakash, a class 12 G student.

Yeldo T Ouseph, teacher coordinator of the graffiti function, stated, “A wall is a very good medium to express the human thought. School grounds are far more interesting place to have art than in Art Gallery or Museum. Artists make a mark by opening an Art Gallery from the empty spaces of walls.” Monera al Busaidi, a single of the participants in the project, stated, “The graffiti which we made was absolutely amazing. We didn’t expect such a wonderful outcome after all the efforts. The teachers who guided us are the reason why we were cooperating in a good way.”

Undoubtedly, this expertise helped students to expand their inventive horizons, function below skilled guidance, create inventive considering and cooperate with fellow students.

The teachers have been capable to sow the seeds of passion and skilled ethics amongst the students. The capacity of the whole team to revolutionise their tips into a stunning series of artwork is a distinctive ability. Ancila Paul stated, “Working on the graffiti was a wonderful and enriching experience. We have learned how to collaborate with each other taking tips and advice from our Fine Arts teachers. The work that goes into creating a piece of art requires a large amount of mental and physical energy.”

Dr Rajeev Kumar Chauhan, principal, Indian School Muscat, stated, “Having colourful surroundings makes our day brighter. Feasting our eyes on these colourful graffiti is the best way to begin a day in the school.”

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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