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The local support for this extremely important creative process for children was given by the Association SAS — Culture of Life. We found more than twenty boys and girls in front of easels. Some of them were making decisions on motives, because the topic was not set, and the more determined ones were already finishing their paintings. Among them was also the eight-year-old Elma, who likes the red color the most and who asked us to assist her in mixing paint and water. When she filled her canvas with a skillful combination of tones, she decided to paint her t-shirt with a brush.
And she was right. Artists, although in their infancy, should not be burdened by conventions. The overall atmosphere, free from rigid classrooms and given topics, was equally inspiring to participants and to the professor. I enjoy in their work and results, they enjoy in self-expression and the choice of motive and topic. We did not make any restrictions or limitations. It was important for us to leave children to nature and creativity. Our intention is to develop creativity in children and to motivate them.
Children are satisfied, no one is running away from the easel, everyone paints and speaks in their own language, which comes to its expression. Conquering Freedom with the Development of Imagination and Psychomotorics. Mirza, who is only four and a half years old, also decided to move away from the stereotypical Mostar motifs. He painted a rainbow and the Neretva River. When asked whether he is also going to paint a bridge, he answered with yes, but only if he knew how to.
In the kindergarten he is enrolled in, they learn more than paint, and he likes the most lessons about friendships. One of the basic tasks was also the development of psychomotorics. It has been confirmed that art therapy, no matter if going to theatre or painting, yields results. Children often do not speak about what they carry in themselves or they do not have a mechanism to form an idea about what they will say.
But this way, subconsciously, using color, brush, selection of motifs they can show how they feel. That is why we did not give them a topic but gave them the absolute freedom of choice. You can see how many beautiful motifs we have here — flowers, mermaids, good compositions and layouts, a good way of working. The Inclusive Art Lecture, like this one in Mostar, expected the absence of any kind of valorization of the arts. But if there was a committee evaluating the arts, Ilma would undoubtedly get the highest grades — for both impeccable geometric composition she painted and for her own smile.