In Central Europe, where artistic culture has very strong roots, studying art at school, outside of school hours, is something completely normal.
Art, although it is a way of responding to aesthetic and artistic phenomena, is also a form of expression.
The practice of art leads to a sensitive awareness of our own personality and helps us be more self-confident. It also increases the strength of our message, facilitates our relationship with other people, and helps us to understand ourselves and open ourselves up to new impulses that come from within ourselves and external stimuli.
We must give our children the opportunity to develop artistic sensibility so that they can benefit fully from the cultural and artistic legacy of our civilization.
Artistic education stimulates and shapes sensibility: it brings new knowledge that first of all is absorbed through the senses, and later through the intellect. In this way, the student, by doing art in a group, learns the language of communication.
“Each of these sections teaches the child to understand art, though not only this, since each one of them, and all the sections together, will help him or her understand other subjects.”
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