Cottonians Present Creative Art & Craft Exhibits


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Ashima Sharma, Keekli Reporter, 25th September, 2015, Shimla

bcsexhib.25.9.15insideStudents of Bishop Cotton School exhibited few brilliant artifacts made from waste material during their annual exhibition as parents turned up in large numbers to encourage their wards and see their performances. There were a number of working models on display as part of the exhibition. The chief guest for the occasion was Sukhinder Singh, a student of 1961 batch and the president of Old Cottonion’s Association.

bcsexhib.25.9.15inside1The exhibition saw a vast variety of useful items prepared from waste at home like flowers made of yarn and paper, handmade incense sticks, dolls made from sponge sheets, flowers made from plastic, aprons with boys names painted on them and vases made from ice cream sticks. Plants grown in waste soda bottles decorated by the students in a beautiful way were one of the most attractive exhibits. The most talked about and loved item in the entire exhibition was the miniature of the first flat school building, which was prepared very artistically by the boys. Projects on interesting life under water and subject related topics such as soil erosion were also included in the exhibition.

Talking to few parents, who had come to witness the stunning work of their children, Mrs Bhagoria said, “I am meeting my son after a long time, I am filled with pride to see his work and the overall development and growth as a student”. Dr Sood said, “All the hard work done by teachers and children can be clearly seen in the exhibits. I am happy to see that many innovative ideas and imagination has been used to create such stunning exhibits”.

Sharing her amazement, Mrs Nithaari said, “It was amazing to see so many wonderful art works on display created by our young artists. It is a source of inspiration for both the children and us parents, who feel extremely proud of their achievements”.

Happy to see the major change in the confidence level of her child, Mr Sirkeik said, “This wonderful exhibition has given a great opportunity to the children to showcase their creative achievements and at the same time, it helps them to built on their confidence”. Expressing his happiness, Mr Sidhu said, “The exhibition has brought a collection of incredible artwork as a result of the vivacious festivity of children’s imagination, creativity and team work ability.

School Headmaster Christopher Robinson, also appreciated the efforts of the students as well as the hard work of teachers in order to prepare these exhibits.

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