About Sanskruti

Founded in 2002, as an Hobby Art School by noted Painter, Teacher and Philanthropist, Dr. Nitin ‘Sanskruti’ Majumder, Sanskruti school of Fine Art has grown to become one of the pre-eminent institutions for the study and advancement of fine art. As Art and Culture holds a significant place in the development & moulding a complete human being. Sanskruti School of Fine Art, an esteemed institution in South-West Delhi is ceaselessly striving to cater to the development of cultural and aesthetical needs amongst young generation and enthusiastic individuals of the metropolis & providing quality training and education in the arena of Visual Art. The school is dedicated and indebted towards achieving a cultured society.

Sanskruti School Of Fine Arts Mission & Vision Statement

Change. Attach. Engage.

As the pre-eminent forward-thinking arts college in an urban setting, Sanskruti School of Fine Arts prepares students to be courageous, free thinkers who lead successful transformative lives.

We change.We combine the free-thinking arts with life in a diverse city, enabling students to learn what they love, to build confidence, and to become leaders and innovators. We support all members of our community in achieving their potential and in moving forward with the skills to navigate and transform a dynamic world.

We attach.We link students, faculty, and staff to form a diverse community of learning. Sanskruti School of Fine Arts engage students as universal citizens in the wider world and a network of devoted faculty and alumni provide lifelong opportunities for Sanskruti School of Fine Arts graduates.

We engage.We foster critical, reflective engagement with scholarship and the creative arts as well as with one another and the wider world. Our location in India’s capital offers excellent opportunities for engagement beyond the classroom in internships, student research, and community learning.

Sanskruti School of Fine Arts is where the free arts meet the actual world.

Importance of Art in Child Development

In recent years, school syllabi in the India have switched more towards elementary subjects like language, science, social studies and mathematics. But the importance of Arts is gradually forgotten and is merely a subject of formality now. Although some may consider art education as a luxury, simple creative activities are some of the basic building blocks of child development. Learning to create ‘srijan’ and appreciate visual aesthetics ‘sondarya’ may be more important than ever to the development of the next generation of children as they grow up.

Developmental Benefits of Art

Development of Motor Skills: Lot of the actions involved in making Art, such as holding a pencil, a crayon or scribbling with a pastel, are essential to the growth of fine motor skills in young children. According to a study, developmental goals by the age three should include drawing a circle and beginning to use safety scissors. By age four, children may be able to draw a square and begin cutting straight lines with scissors. Many school activities accentuate the use of scissors because it develops the agility (motor skills), kids require while writing.

Development of Language: For younger learners, making an art—or merely talking about it—provides opportunities to learn words for colours, shapes and actions. Even with one year old, parents can take up basic activities such as making a ‘ball’ like spherical object using craggy newspaper and giving it to them. By doing so the kid has observed how a simple thing can be given a shape of their favourite plaything. By primary school, students can use expressive words to discuss their own creations or to talk about what feelings are brought out when they see different styles of artwork.

Enhanced Decision-Making Abilities: According to a recent report, art education strengthens problem-solving and critical-thinking skills. The experience of making decisions and choices in the course of creating art carries over into other parts of life. “If they are experimenting and trying new ideas and exploring new materials and thinking differently, then their creativity has a chance to flourish,” says Dr. N. Sanskruti, an art educator and author of numerous books on art history and art education.

Learning through Visual Aids: Drawing, sculpting with clay and threading beads on a string all develop visual-spatial skills, which are more important than ever. Even toddlers know how to operate a smart phone or tablet, which means that even before they can read, kids are taking in visual information. This information consists of cues that we get from pictures or three-dimensional objects from digital media, books and television.

Parents need to be aware that children learn a lot more from graphic sources now than in the past. Children need to know more about the world than just what they can learn through text and numbers. Art education teaches students how to interpret, appreciate, criticize, and use visual information, and how to make choices based on it. Knowledge about the visual arts, such as graphic symbolism, is especially important in helping kids become smart consumers and navigate a world filled with marketing logos.

Inventiveness: When kids are encouraged to express themselves and take risks in creating art, they develop a sense of innovation that will be important in their adult lives. The kind of people society needs to make it move forward are thinking, inventive people who seek new ways and improvements, not people who can only follow directions. Art is a way to encourage the process and the experience of thinking and making things better.

Cultural Awareness: As we live in an increasingly diverse society, the images of different groups in the media may also present mixed messages. If a child is playing with a toy that suggests a racist or sexist meaning, part of that meaning develops because of the aesthetics of the toy—the color, shape, texture of the hair. Teaching children to recognize the choices an artist or designer makes in portraying a subject helps kids understand the concept that what they see may be someone’s interpretation of reality.

Improved Academic Performance: Studies show that there is a correlation between art and other achievements. Through my recent study I have found out that young people who participate regularly in the arts (two-three hours a day on two-three days each week through one full year) are four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement, to participate in a math Olympiad and science fair or to win an award for writing an essay or poem than children who do not participate says Dr. N. Sanskruti.

Special Features

Special Features
  • Recognized Diploma's and Degree's Offered.
  • Most cost effective fee structure.
  • Holistic teaching methodology.
  • Qualified, Experienced & Professional Faculty.
  • Can enroll during any time of the year.
  • Option of Weekdays & Weekend classes.
  • Air- conditioned classrooms.

Contact Us

Contact Us Sanskruti School of Fine Art
G-66, Mahavir Enclave,
New Delhi-110045, (India).

+91 98188 17740


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