Izhaar-e-Hunar means showcasing or expressing skills. A plethora of events was organized by Dzenera (Class 12 of 2020) on April 24, 2019.
Initiatives like Izhaar-e-Hunar strengthens our bond as a community and reaffirms our vital contribution to the city itself.
It is an excellent opportunity for students to learn to cooperate with each other building in them a spirit of teamwork and leadership skills while making memories that last a lifetime.
A very special thanks to the Performing and Fine Arts Department, members of staff and our Hopetavians who formed a dynamic team to bring this event to life. Last but not the least a special thank you to our Hopetown support staff who worked tirelessly in the heat cleaning and arranging props.
Hopetown welcomed 13 schools who enthusiastically took part in the events.
“…. and then I have nature and art and poetry, and if that is not enough, what is enough?”Vincent van Gogh
The exploration of nature in art can take endless forms because nature provides us with such a vast wealth of inspiring phenomena.
Art can open our eyes to the intricacy and beauty of the natural world. Art has the ability to interact with and, educate the viewer about these issues and spread awareness about such important topics
The theme for this event was ‘The Sarhul’. Sarhul is one of the most popular tribal festivals celebrated across the Jharkhand region. Sarhul festival marks the beginning of the New Year. Being close to nature, these tribes start the Sarhul festival with the worship of trees and other elements of nature.
Selaqui International bagged the first position while The Doon School came second.
The overall winner of the Earth Artfest was The Doon School.