'Art Attack' to premier on Disney this Sunday

Put together a little magic, an eye for colour, some imagination with lots of fun and everyone can be an artist with the all new "Art Attack" premiering September 19, 2010 at 10:30 am on Disney Channel! Pottery, painting, sculpting and more ' there is something for everyone on Art Attack - kids' favourite, on-air arts and crafts workshop on Disney Channel.

Disney Channel aims to encourage kids to believe in themselves, follow their dreams and express themselves through as many creative forms as they can imagine! Gaurav, the new host of Art Attack will help all Disney Channel fans tap into the hidden skills and bring alive their creativity. With easy to find material at home, kids will get to explore the world of art and crafts in a fun-filled, entertaining and humorous ride every Sunday at 10:30am.

Says Arnab Chaudhuri, Director Content and Creative, Walt Disney Television International India, "Art is fun! It is a great way for kids to express themselves and Art Attack will encourage kids to approach art and craft through entertainment. With Gaurav hosting the show, Art Attack will make art accessible and fun to all kids irrespective of skill levels."

An exciting campaign "Paint Your World", will engage kids across the country beginning September 7, 2010 to celebrate the launch of Art Attack on Disney Channel. Kids will be asked to paint their vision of the world ' their hopes, dreams, ambitions and messages on a white globe provided by Disney Channel. These one-of-a-kind art pieces will be out together by Gaurav to create a unique art installation in select cities.

Art Attack's new host Gaurav is a 24 year old artist from Dehradun. He graduated from the prestigious National Institute of Design in Ahmedabad. In addition to his passion for arts and crafts he is also an animator and has conducted several workshops in animation as well as crafts for diverse groups ' artists, kids and students at leading institutes. Extremely funny and talented, Gaurav loves to work with kids. He seeks to engage and inspire them to create art forms out of pretty much anything! In short, he is the perfect host for Art Attack!


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