The 10 Reasons Why Art Is Important

April 24, 2019

We have always heard sayings like “Why study art? Why not Engineering, Science or Commerce?”, “Art won’t get you anywhere,” “Art is useless,” “You won’t get a proper job” etc. We have also heard of situations of the school board planning to cut arts in schools, thinking that students won’t do well in their education. Well, you know what, you all are wrong! Arts makes a huge impact on our lives! Here are the reasons why art is Important.

  1. Arts improve your creativity skills.

Whether it is cooking, painting or music, we do art as if it’s our own.

  1. Arts gives you joy.

You smile whenever you sing our favorite song. Any kind of art can give you so much happiness.

  1. Arts relieves stress.

Don’t you go to another world when you just sing or listen to a favorite tune?

  1. Arts gives you the opportunity to showcase your talent.

Even words do not give that much opportunity like art does. By showing our talent, we show that there is something special about us.

  1. Arts gives you confidence.

When you sing or perform, you feel so good about yourself. You feel there are no worries, hence You perform confidently.

  1. Arts help you do well academically.

Just a few hours of art will help you relieve stress and give you happiness. With that, your mind will be clear, and that would help you focus on your studies, and that would help you get good grades. If you don’t do art for a few hours, your mind would be stressed and you wouldn’t be able to focus and do well.

  1. Arts help you to communicate with other people.

You connect with people through music. You have met most of my friends because of music.

  1. Arts help you learn visually.

Thanks to art, we have become visual learners. Learning Visually helped us a lot in studies.

  1. Arts help you to express your emotions.

You can use singing to showcase your emotions, whether you are happy, sad or angry or in whatever mood.

  1. Art is a different language.

Art says things that even words cannot say. You don’t need a language to understand Art. Just a small painting, or a food item, or improvising a tune or a step, can express a lot of things without words.