“Art does not solve problems, but makes us aware of their existence.” Involvement in art is associated with gains in math, reading, critical thinking, and verbal skills. Learning art can also improve motivation, concentration, confidence and teamwork. A report about the visual art argues that the pleasure and stimulation of art experience do more than sweetening an individual’s life.
2013 Trishuli Dream N Art (D.N.A)program, an idea of 2 Korean Overseas Volunteer’s (KOVs) Ms. Lee Gwanghwa and Ms. Lee Jin,was jointly organized by District Education Office (DEO), Bidur Municipality, District Sports Development Committee and KOICA at Colony, Nuwakot on 4th May, 2013. More than 100 people participated in this program. Participants were from government school students, teachers and other adults from Nuwakot area. The main objective of the program was to make a student to draw their dream. “Mr. Bharat Raj Tripathi, Under Secretary, DEO said that the picture speaks itself and has very important role in our life.” Art, like any other education, can serve as sources for learning. Nowadays there is no country that does not prefer art as an education. However, Nepal hasn’t given much priority on having an art education especially in rural areas. This program raised awareness of the importance of art education with the slogan of “Dream N Art.”