Art is the better way to understand the world we live in. The inherent forces ,curiosity then creativity, which help us to cop up with our environment as we grow. We, as kids deeply involved in making doodles and gestures. It is our reflection and first step to understand the complexities of this world.It is our first communication tools even before we learn to speak and it is universal. The curiosity stems out the questions in everybody and the answer depends on where you put it and how long you seek to get better one. Learning taking places mostly in accordance to how you experience and quality of education. Leonardo Da Vinci, the renaissance man, well knows as artist, innovator and scientist was a sum of his curiosity and it's answer. Any Body Can Draw,a visual art oriented multy-disciplined learning program, focus on experiencing and appreciating art as a way to help students develop their curiosity and ways of thinking that support thoughtful learning.
Preparing the Future Through Art Education
Arts and culture are a life-enhancing and essential part of our existence. They bring pleasure, participation, self-expression and essential skills into children's lives. By speaking with one voice and working together, we can realise our ambition for all children and young people to have an entitlement to quality cultural learning. The arts empower children. Access to the arts and culture is access to our national life, and is the universal right of every child. Every child's entitlement should be met. Cultural capital – the factual knowledge, intellectual skills and emotional intelligence that are gained through exposure to the arts – is acquired over time, as children are introduced to the ideas, images and values that constitute the culture of their families, their communities, and the wider world. Children and families who feel ownership of the arts and culture feel more confident in their ability to create, challenge and explore, to be a part of society and to make change happen. Children denied this access can feel locked out and left behind. The arts have the power to change and shape young people's lives.The knowledge, skills and experience made possible by the visual arts and performing arts, film, museums, libraries, heritage and exploring the built environment, are essential to young people's development.