Surat: Dumas Art Project (DAP), the annual public art initiative, organized Children’s Art Competition for kids on the 14th and 15th of March 2020 on the common theme of sustainability, which also happens to the theme for this year’s Dumas Art Project.

The competition was divided into two age groups, 1-8 and 9-16 with the younger group painting on the theme of Clean India and the other group on Say No to Plastic.

The aim was to encourage children to express their idea of the world creatively. Children were invited to show how art and sustainability can be combined to create show-stopping artworks in any medium imaginable.

Patrons will enjoy a dedicated month of artistic immersion during which VR Surat, the venue partner will be a hub of activity, with installations, exhibitions, an art bazaar, art and several other exciting events.

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