AZIMVTH Ashram hosts a variety of artists. Some of these are connected to education in different capacities — working as University art professors, studying in final semesters of BFA or MFA, and working as art teachers in schools. AZIMVTH strives to bring original spiritual arts to the mainstream education at Ph.D., graduate, as well as O, A, and all levels of schooling.
Children in some schools are using / have used the arts created at AZIMVTH Ashram. Some examples are given below.
Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz, Switzerland
Students at the Lyceum Alpinum Zuoz school in Switzerland used the art-works from the ‘Panch Vati’ project. It is a hundred year old elite boarding school having students from several countries. More information on the project is available here and here.
The following art-work titled ‘Ahoy! Glory to Ahoi Mata’ has been added to the online Waldorf Resources. (Retrieved on 21 February 2019).
Sri Ram School, Haridwar, India
Shivalik School, Haridwar, India
Children from the Shivalik School, Haridwar, India used the art-works from the project ‘What Does Your Character Look Like?’. More information about the project is available here.
Schools & Universities, and persons related to education, learning, teaching, and research, and having interests in spiritual arts can form partnerships with AZIMVTH by writing via the ‘Contact’ page here.
Or a standard letter could also be sent via postal service.
Children and School Students
AZIMVTH offers two different programmes involving children and school students.
- Artists with Children:
There is another related residency titled ‘Artists with Children’. More information is available here.
- Artist Family in India:
There is another related residency titled ‘Children & Art, Escaping Pollution’. More information is available here.