30-day summer art camp ends
A 30-day summer camp organised by Sree Kalyan Arts Academy in Dattatreya Colony in Asif Nagar concluded with a valedictory function on Sunday.
Hyderabad: A 30-day summer camp organised by Sree Kalyan Arts Academy in Dattatreya Colony in Asif Nagar concluded with a valedictory function on Sunday.
During the 30-days duration activities like drawing, painting, still life painting, lettering, mask making, water colour, poster colour, nature painting, cursive writing, pencil shading and arts and crafts were held as part of the summer camp. The children took active part in the fun-filled activities and enjoyed the overall camp.
On Sunday, Sree Kalyan Arts Academy conducted the valedictory function of its summer camp at Dattatreya Colony welfare association community hall. More than 25 students who took part in the summer camp displayed their paintings and art works at the valedictory function.
B Mahesh, Public Relations Officer, Singareni Collieries Company Limited, Narasimha Rao, President - Dattatreya Colony Welfare Association, K N Rajan, AGM - Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, Vishali Rajan were the guests on the occasion. They gave away the certificates to the participants of the summer camp.
Art Exhibition was inaugurated by unveiling the model of a pencil by the youngest student (Akshay Kamal Yadav) of the summer art camp. K V Ramana, Art Director of this summer camp stressed the importance of art & craft in this hi-speed digital life. He has also informed that weekend classes for students will commence from first week of June.