Art and visual language are all around us everyday.
At Novaschool Sunland International we believe that art is a vital class in our curriculum, creativity is without any doubt a skill that can be learned and developed throughout the education and beyond.
These kind of practical classes engage students in ways that other subjects cannot; developing critical thinking, creative use of materials, embracing experimentation, not being afraid to make mistakes, all the time developing mental processs while increasing our students’ means of expression.
Through art young people can envision, experience and undestand the world on a different level. That is why art education plays a very important role as a enrichment subject, guiding and inspiring children’s mental development.
They have the opportunity to learn actively through creative and expressive activities. Art lessons balance out more academic subjects and allow our students to recognise and appreciate different perspectives of world in which we live.
Developing and creating an original piece of Artwork involves many parts of the brain and builds deep cognitive connections. Students learn to respond to the world around them, what they see and experience, each in their own individual way. Creating art brings a great sense of achievement, students are motivated by developing their own ideas and in turn learn more about themselves, their own and other cultures.
At Novaschool Sunland International, students build upon their artistic skills every year, continuing to develop and refining their use of visual language, their understanding of art history and visual communication. Here you a have a short list of some of the projects we did recently many of which were specifically designed to help students to respond life in the pandemic: