Bringing the Future to Life: STEM Metaverse to Host a Virtual Art Gallery for Indian Students encouraging them to Imagine Their Vision of India in the 2030s


19th January 2023, New Delhi, India: STEM Metaverse, an edtech company that provides futuristic and innovative learning solutions for school students is all set to celebrate Indian Republic Day by organising an Art Competition for school students wherein shortlisted entries will be showcased in a Virtual Reality art gallery. These entries will be open for sale and the proceeds for each sale will enable children to avail scholarships. The gallery will be open for everyone to view and buy paintings.

Young students, who are studying today, are soon going to be a part of the promising and futuristic workforce of India by 2030. This virtual art gallery is thus a  one-of-a-kind art show that will feature a 360-degree experience and provide students with an opportunity to showcase their artwork on the topic ‘My Vision for India in the 2030s.’ The special initiative will be an excellent tool to understand the aspirations of country-wide young students for India they want to be a part of when they enter the workforce in the next decade. 

STEM Metaverse is inviting schools to encourage their students to participate in the competition by logging into their NFT platform Submissions will be welcomed from students all over India and can be in the form of drawings, paintings, pictures of murals and sculptures, digital art, etc. Amongst all submissions, 100 entries will be shortlisted to be showcased in the virtual gallery. The entries will be judged by Mr. Pratap Morey, a renowned contemporary artist who was also recently invited to design Facebook India’s Gurgaon office. Mr. Morey’s expertise in the field of art will provide valuable insights and feedback to the students. The last date for submissions is 26th January 2023 and results for this will be announced on 31st January 2023.

Speaking about the virtual art gallery competition, CEO & Co-founder of STEM Metaverse, Mrs. Ritika Kumar shares, “India is a diverse country that is growing rapidly. The students of today will play an integral role in shaping a futuristic India that we all wish to witness. As a part of the Indian Republic Day Celebration, We are excited to provide students with an opportunity to showcase their artwork and express their vision for India in the 2030s. This competition is an effort to bring alive the aspirations of the children and provide them with a platform to express themselves through our NFT platform.” 

STEM Metaverse is committed to providing innovative learning solutions that engage and inspire students. This virtual art gallery is an example of the company’s efforts to provide students with a platform to express themselves and showcase their talents.

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About Stem Metaverse:

With an aim to bridge the gap between traditional school teaching methods and the rapid global change in technology and innovation, STEM Metaverse provides an end-to-end practical learning platform for students right from their early years to Grade 12. Through its courses for students from 0-18 years, it integrates Metaverse technology and focuses on expanding STEM as ‘STREAMM’ that goes beyond just science and tech to offer a wider approach to Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, Math, and Mental Health.

About Pratap Morey:

Art and Architecture through their visual effect and spatial excellence often intertwine the mutual feeling in humans – of being seen, heard and understood. One of the finest forms of creative expression would be aligning these two schools of thought, and renowned Mumbai-based artist Pratap Morey explores this in the most exceptional formats. His intricate paper works merge digital photography, historical prints, architectural drawings, and engravings to explore themes of construction, redevelopment, and displacement in the shifting city of Mumbai. 

Through his exceptional use of form and space, Pratap’s artworks are abstract interpretations of urbanization presented as relief sculptures. He has held solo exhibitions including in TARQ- Mumbai (2019); Space Gachang- South Korea (2017). Not just this, Pratap has participated in various residencies at institutions such as Space Studios, Vadodara (2017); Gachang Art Studio- South Korea (2017); and more. He has also been receiving awards and residencies, and recently was also invited to design Facebook India’s Gurgaon office. 

Pratap Morey’s work is truly exceptional in its ability to visually and spatially convey the human experience of being seen, heard, and understood.

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