After successfully launching its first Camlin Art & Craft Studio at KidZania in Mumbai, and receiving overwhelming response from the children there, Kokuyo Camlin
has decided to recreate the same experience for the children around Delhi and the NCR by launching the second Camlin Art & Craft and Painting Studio
. Actress Divya Seth
inaugurated the Camlin Studio
School children from Delhi and NCR can experience a first-of-its-kind Studio which aims to introduce these children to the beautiful world of colours and stationery set in the spectacular world of KidZania
- a global indoor theme park for families that aspires to educate the kids through real-life role playing activities.
The children from Delhi and the NCR regions attending the studio will get an opportunity to learn the nuances of art and craftwork through a wide range of vibrant Kokuyo Camlin products and trained by specialized educators. Kids between the age of 4 and 14 years can attend the Camlin Art & Craft Studio. Kokuyo Camlin in association with KidZania will help the children in unleashing the artist in them and at the same time inculcate skills, values and knowledge associated with art and craft.
Speaking on the occasion, Saumitra Prasad, Chief Marketing Officer, Kokuyo Camlin Ltd
, said, “Seeing the positive response we received in Mumbai; we decided that the same can be replicated for the children at KidZania in Delhi NCR. The studio has been created to instill love for colour and craftwork in children. Our aim is to encourage children to harness their creativity and love for art at a very early age. We hope that we will continue to instill the importance of art among the children and make learning fun which is the philosophy of Kokuyo Camlin.”
The studio offers an interesting mix of activities like cloth bags painting, designing and personalizing notebook covers and creating wall hangings using geometric figures. For children who love craftwork, there are activities like mask and finger puppet making, drawing bird and animal designs that can be pasted onto popsicles.
All in All, it is a great opportunity and a stepping stone for kids to find out if they have the potential and interest in pursuing art and craft and possibly making a career out of it.