IPSC Visual Art 2014

The Indian Public School Conference, Visual Art Competition 2014 was hosted by Mayo College Girls' School, Ajmer from 26th to 28th of August. It saw a colossal participation of about 200 students from 19 IPSC schools all over India. The hearty participation of schools across the country tryuly portrayed an image of a diversified India. The Art IPSC had a total of 13 events a few of them being Imaginative Composition,  Artificial Flower Making, Rangoli, Digital Manipulation, Face Painting and Headgear Making, Clay Modelling and Outdoor Sketching. Art competition s have long jeld an important place in the art world of MCGS. Through art contests like these, artists are able to display thier work among thier peers, have it reviewed by esteemed judges, and secure important exposure. Art competitions are renowned for discovering and showcasing noteworthy emerging artists and it also serves as a medium for exchanging ideas and thoughts. The 3 days of Art IPSC shocased profound hard work, ingenuity and originality on the part of all the participants. Apart from the competition as such, tjis year MCGS we tried to add a new dimension to the IPSC by introducing 'La Qurentica' an art based newsletter, which we hope is highly appreciated by all. In totality, this IPSC was an amalgamation of talent, imagination and creativity.

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