“Art is not what you see, but you make others see.”
The multi-coloured flags fluttering in the breeze,the artistically decorated and illuminated stage, the hustle and bustle of eager and enthusiastic parents and the colourful parade of the participants added to the jubilation and exhilaration at Chennai Public School on 26 July2014 as the 5th Annual Day was in progress.
From the Renaissance to the Indian sculptures, from the soulful notes of Carnatic music to the drama and opera one can find art wherever we go. So it only seems apt to have Srishti Charutha—Excellence of the art form, creation.
The Principal Mrs. Bhuvana Shankar updated the audience with the events at CPS through the Annual Report 2013-14. Dr.Shanta in her address called upon the younger generation to imbibe service mindedness while Dr. Ganesh, stressed upon the need to excel in one’s chosen field and consequently becoming a superpower. Last but not the least; Mr Vikram Prabhu inspired students to do their best so that rewards would find their way to them rather than them striving for rewards.
Prizes for academic excellence in various classes were distributed to students. Class 12 toppers were honoured for their exemplary performance in the AISSCE Exam. They were all presented gold coins sponsored by The State Bank of Travancore. T.I. Cycles, India sponsored cycles for all the entrants into IIT, the most prestigious technical institution in India.
The cultural fiesta was indeed a feast to the eye. More than 1200 students from Pre-primary toSenior Secondary exhibited their talents. Their scintillating performance won great applause and appreciation from the audience.
Thus, with hearts full of pride for the nation and the National Anthem on our lips the curtains came down after the final bow.
There is no limit to when it comes to portraying the different art forms. Remember, Art is the desire of a man to express himself ,to record the reactions of his personality to the world he lives in .So keep expressing and admiring …