Saint Louis University Laboratory High School (2012 Doors to Diplomacy Project ID 7281)
We estimate 4 student(s) from 14 to 15 will work on this entry.
Description of Our Team: "Salma M. (14), is fond of reading books and also has participated in several when she was in grade school. Ofelea P. (15) is the type of person who likes to deal new things. Michaella B. (15) is a member of the Junior Band of our school and specializes in playing saxophone. Amira C. (15) is a good artist who enjoys drawing sceneries about the environment. "
Project Description: "Can you deny the fact that once in your life, you tried scribbling on walls? Most often, adults get angry to children who write on anything that they see but as adults, are we supposed to be mad at these young kids whose talents are being developed? Good artist develop their abilities when they are supported in what they wanted to do. We are artist in our own ways...whether known or kept and as supportive citizens, who love arts, we would like to promote the works of young painters whose talents in painting cannot be questioned. As you go through our website, you will not only see the beautiful art forms of these painters but will also learn how painting can affect one’s life because painting, like any other form of art can be life changing because people can express what they feel. It is an art where you can find your inner confidence that you never knew you acquired. Through painting, you will be able to come across in yourself an enormous awareness of the artistry of nature. Our site, though concentrated on painting as an art form, will also feature how any kind of art will promote unity and diplomacy. It is our dream to inspire budding artist to bring out what they know, their talents and skills so that others will be able to appreciate them as well as to have self – fulfilment. Furthermore, if sharing of talents is done, people will have the opportunity to meet, mingle and be friends with one another. The four of us long that people would appreciate not just Filipino paintings, but rather painting itself. We want them to see the amusement found in painting. We hope that our project would help others find their inner talents and share them with the world. "