STEM Metaverse Displays Artwork of Indian Students
STEM Metaverse, an education technology firm that offers futuristic and groundbreaking learning solutions for school students, recently unveiled nationwide students’ engagement for their VR Art Gallery and is now preparing to exhibit its final and top 50 submissions in a Virtual Art Fair that will be managed to hold at zoodle.in on 31st January 2023 and 1st February 2023.
This virtual art gallery is intended to be a one-of-a-kind art exhibition that will offer a 360-degree encounter and offer students the chance to exhibit their artwork on the subject of “My Vision for India in the 2030s.” Students were encouraged to submit drawings, paintings, photographs of murals and sculptures, digital art, etc.
Among the most noticeable tendencies found was that the brand received the bulk of submissions from the South, with many even coming from minor places such as Bikaner, Chandrapur, Awalpur, Kharagpur, Tuticorin, and Tirupur, among others. Mr. Pratap Morey, a famous modern artist, assessed each piece of art, and a total of 100 submissions were chosen to be included in the Virtual Fair.
“It was awe-inspiring to observe how conscientious and aware our children are about the environment in which they live and the manner in which they envisage achieving equilibrium. We were able to see awe-inspiring artworks influenced by subjects as cognitively different as Robots and Space, Electric Vehicles, Unity, Ecology, Education, Swaccha Bharat, and Women Empowerment. Especially Mental Health was included in their roadmap for the 2030s,” says Mrs. Ritika Kumar, CEO & Co-founder of STEM Metaverse.
She continues, “As internet access rises, digital interaction activities such as these are currently better appreciated in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities as well as in smaller towns. Therefore, the EdTech sector must place a heavy emphasis on these locations in an attempt to leverage the country’s unique specific skills and latent potential. Thus, activities such as the Virtual Art Fair will be significant milestones in the realization of our students’ 2030s vision.”
Shrey Mishra, Co-Founder of XR Central, said, “There is a massive push of NFTs and digital art that everyone is discussing. While physical galleries will continue to exist, metaverse and Virtual Reality art galleries provide accessibility, immersive digital interactions, and a unique method to appreciate great art. We are delighted to be Ritika and her colleagues at StemMetaverse’s metaverse collaborate for this art show driven by our network MetaQube.
This Virtual Art Gallery will be online on January 31st and February 1st in conjunction with XR Central, the AR & VR industry experts. Through this partnership, XR Central is enabling tech-based learning more available and engaging for all parties involved.