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    The Salar Jung Museum in Hyderabad will be organizing a Summer Art Camp-2023 for school children from May 1 to May 17. The camp is part of the museum’s education activities and is open to children aged between 8-15 years. Participants will be divided into two categories, juniors (8-11 years) and seniors (12-15 years), based on their age.

    The camp will offer a range of activities such as ‘Importance of Yoga & Art of Living, National Integration’, ‘Indian Arts, Heritage Awareness and Museum Awareness’, drawing (pastels & pencil) and painting (crayons and water colours), art and craft, and clay models (3 dimensional, pottery). The museum will also organize special lectures, film shows, and other educational programs.

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    All participants will receive museum kits, but preference will be given to those who have not participated in the last two years. Interested students can collect the application form from the reception counter of the museum and pay the participation fee of Rs 700 while submitting the form by April 24. The final list of selected candidates will be announced on April 25.

    In conclusion, the Salar Jung Museum’s Summer Art Camp-2023 is an excellent opportunity for children to learn about art, culture, and heritage. The range of activities and educational programs offered by the museum will help children develop their creativity, skills, and knowledge. Therefore, parents must encourage their children to participate in this exciting summer camp.

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