Art is our own perception of self, of the community, of the environment around us, and of history. It reflects humanity—the journey through time, and the thoughts and ideas of successive generations. While various mediums are used to convert these ideas and emotional understanding of events and circumstances creatively, art is a vital form of expression. This need for expression starts from infancy and scripts each one’s unique overall development. And while it can be an individual perspective, it links to the experiences of the daily lives of those who share a space with us.
On their return to school after the Covid-19 pandemic, children were eager to express their ideas in a collaborative environment. Here is some of their creativity based on themes discussed together.