The Saturday Art Class Exhibition is an end-of-the-year annual event that showcases the artwork made by students throughout the trimesters. The platform provided engages parents, teachers, funders, well-wishers and the other takeholders, allowing children to not only showcase their creativity but gain a sense of achievement. The year-long commitment is realised as a potential to future-growth and that of the current term. The external audience is made aware of this commitment and through the event, we hope to motivate them to help our cause and also encourage new partnerships and donations.



Exhibition 1.0

The first rendition of the exhibition took place at Shankarwadi Mumbai Public School, Jogeshwari, Mumbai, for the academic year 2016-17. With all enthusiasm and pride, the students of grade-3 hosted the exhibition and showcased their creativity. The proceeds out of the exhibition were then used to cater to the children’s needs.

Exhibition 2.0

The second rendition was held on 15th April, 2019 at Jamnabai Narsee School where the 1200+ students of Saturday Art Class and their parents witnessed the year-long effort and dedication as evident from the displayed ar t-works. The exhibition was also open to the many stakeholders of Saturday Art Class. The presented artwork alongwith interac tive installations and wor kshops made the exhibition a success

Exhibition 3.0

The third rendition of the exhibition- Exhibition 3.0, will be conducted on the 7th Apri l, 2019 in association with Jamnabai Narsee School on the their campus in Vile Parle, Mumbai. The ar twork of 3000+ Saturday Art Class’ students will be displayed and those by Jamnabai Narsee School’s students will be presented too.

What happens at the Exhibition?

Display: The exhibition will display over 10,000+ pieces of ar twork made by 3000+ Saturday Ar t Class students throughout the academic year. A week-wise over view of every class held focusing on the topic introduced and the values taught, will be put up. Installations : Interact i ve installations that a re created by students of Saturday Art Class are placed around the venue.