What if we redesign our education systems to encourage intuitive creative expression in kids, that can help them grow into confident adults.
Art1st has been working at bringing art to the forefront of education by advocating for
systematic changes both at the level of a policy and community.
With the Art Education Roundtables (AER) and the Art Education Summit (AES) 2019. we awakened and underlined the role of government bodies and institutions in affecting a change in the art education policy.
• The UNESCO Art Roadmap for Arts Education
‘Arts education is a key to training generations capable of reinventing the world that they have inherited.’
• The United Nations Arts Initiative
Arts Integration into Education underlines ‘promoting the arts as a vehicle for solution oriented strategic planning and development across the globe.’
• India’s New Education Policy 2020
‘pedagogy must evolve to make education more experiential, holistic, integrated, inquiry-driven, discovery-oriented, learner-centric, discussion-based, flexible, and ofcourse, enjoyable.’