Art is one of the highest forms of expression, a language that we speak cutting through individual differences in culture and ability. Art brings every subject to life and turns abstractions into concrete reality. At Harvest the Art & craft classes are conducted twice every week it gives an opportunity to express their innate senses. The Art & Craft classes provides every student an opportunity to explore his artistic side, be it painting, origami, oil on canvas or something as simple & unique as paper craft.
Arts and crafts describes a wide variety of activities involving making things with one’s own hands. Arts and crafts is usually a hobby. Some crafts (art skills) have been practised for centuries, others are more recent inventions. A quote by Apoorva Rathore: ” Art cannot be taught, it comes from thinking. But it can be improved by practice.” Both children and adults enjoy arts and crafts. Children in schools may learn skills such as woodworking, wood carving, sewing, or making things with all sorts of materials. Many community centres and schools have evening or day classes and workshops where one can learn arts and craft skills Although “crafts” today are usually hobbies enjoyed by amateurs, the word was used many centuries ago by professional people who had a guild system. Young people were learned from a master-craftsman (i.e. they were “apprenticed”), and they often took many years to learn their skills to perfection.