World Art Day is celebrated every year on April 15 globally. The date of April 15 was chosen in honour of Leonardo Da Vinci’s birthday. Da Vinci was chosen as a symbol of world peace, freedom of expression, tolerance, brotherhood and multiculturalism as well as art’s importance to other fields.

 It is an international celebration of arts to recognize and support all forms of creative expressions like visual arts, films, music, creative writing etc. It is also celebrated to create awareness of the diversity of artistic expressions and highlight the contribution of artists to sustainable development. World Art Day is also used to highlight the importance of arts education in schools and institutions.

CFSI celebrated “World Art Day” on 15th April, by conducting multiple screening of CFSI produced and Shri Satyan Bose directed Children Film “Anmol Tasveer” for the entertainment of NGOs/Organisations at multiple locations, while taking all necessary steps and precautions to prevent the spread of COVID19.