Looking forward to the IB PYP Exhibition


Art is used to express ideas

Art is used to express ideas

Children enjoying painting

Children enjoying painting

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Children working on their exhibition hand book

Art is used to express ideas

Art is used to express ideas

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PYP exhibition is the most important part of  grade 5  curriculum. It involves deep understanding of Transdisciplinary themes to make our children life long learners. This is  the last week of exhibition inquiry children devoted their day for inquiry, painting and  various activities.

Art Show & Fundraiser


Art Show & Fundraiser

The Arts Department and students of Vidyatree Modern World College, Aliganj, organised an Art Show in aid of Nepal Earthquake Victims, at Lalit Kala Akademi, from 8 to 10 May.
The Art Show is the outcome of the school’s world class Arts Curriculum and hard work put in by the students. The students and the management collectively decided to contribute all profits from the sale of the paintings to victims of the recent Nepal Earthquake.
The Art Show had 80+ paintings on exhibit and sale. Paintings on exhibit, priced from Rs. 2000 to Rs. 45,000, were all by the students of the school, right from Grade Nursery to Grade 12, with many first time painters.
The show was inaugurated by Dr. Navneet Sehgal IAS, Principal Secretary Information, along with his wife Dr. Vandana Sehgal, distinguished architect and art lover.
The chief guests and other guests were awed  by the quality of the paintings coming from school students. Most people remarked that they did not expect that school students can produce such beautiful works of art.
For every painting sold 1/3rd of the proceed went to the student artist and 2/3rd went towards charity. In all the students and the school raised Rs.1,50,000 as profit.
Image on the right – coverage in Times of India.

Coverage in Hindustan Times

Including contributions by the management and teachers, the management and students gave away a draft of Rs. 1.75 Lacs to the CM for the aid of Nepal Earthquake Victims.

Vidyatree Modernites organise Art Exhibition ‘Expression’ as fund-raiser for Nepal Earthquake Victims


In the morning at 11 am on Friday 8th May 2015, The Lalit Kala Academy was turned into a galleria of the beautiful, vibrant, exotic art work of the vivid imaginations of various students of Vidyatree Modern World College. The event was inaugurated by Dr. Navneet Sehgal IAS, Principal Secretary Information and special guest Dr. Vandana Sehgal, distinguished architect and art lover. The art exhibition named ‘Expressions’ was welcomed with the wide open arms of the people of Lucknow, who were audience to the opportunity given to the students to exhibit the Pablo Picasso and Leonardo Da Vinci within them.  The art work of more than fifty students of the school was excepted for amounts as high as rupees forty thousand, the sale proceeds of which was donated to the victims of the Earthquake that hit Nepal on 25th April,2015.