Performing & Visual Arts

At Inventure, the arts are an integral part of the curriculum. Through music, dance, art and more, children absorb and germinate life skills like cooperative learning, roleplay, and inner reflection, and are given a chance to explore their unique talent and potential to shine.

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Visual Arts

At our well-equipped, airy and vibrant art studio, learners explore 2D and 3D art: they draw, paint, design, take photographs, make prints and explore the digital arts, video & animation, clay modelling, study art history, and more. They are exposed to art forms and processes, indigenous crafts and techniques as well as artists from India and all over the world, both new and established. Our alumni are now pursuing higher degrees at some of the world’s best art and design schools.

Art is a co-curricular subject for the younger classes, part of an integrated curriculum that gives learners the fundamentals of the visual arts through fun activities. 
In middle school it becomes an option under Beyond Academics, called Art POD and provides intensive mentoring for learners who opt to be part of the Art Crew for the school’s annual stage production. 
For the IGCSE and ICSE levels, it becomes an elective as Art and Design.


In our bright dance studio, we focus on ‘Dance Active’ – crossover dance styles that include Indo-jazz, hip-hop and contemporary. Primary School children develop confidence, self-awareness, teamwork, coordination, isolation, spatial awareness, body-mind connection and the basics of technique, as well as understanding terminology and the history of dance. By Grade 5, the learners develop a sense of rhythm and musicality and of the basic principles of choreography.


We encourage all our learners, from Kindergarten onwards, to create, perform and respond to music. The music curriculum balances an understanding of the fundamentals of music for the younger Grades, a good exposure of styles and genres for music appreciation and having the learners play their hearts out in their ‘Class Jams’. Our in-house music teaching follows the Furtado School of Music curriculum. In our well equipped  music studio, learners are trained to sing and play, solo and in groups using an exciting array of musical instruments that they can experiment with. Music is an integral part of all our school events, from assembly to special functions, and of course, the Annual Musical Production.


Primary learners are introduced to Yogic Science and its importance. Learners learn the correlation of Yoga and mindfulness, values, Yamas (Don’t’s) & Niyamas (Do’s) through stories, compassion and personality development. Learners are introduced to Asanas (physical postures) and meditation by the time they finish Grade 5.

Kindergartners Yoga Class
Primary School students in the Yoga room
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