Register

We use cookies to understand how you use our site and to improve your experience. This includes personalizing content and advertising. By continuing to use our site, you accept our use of cookies & Privacy Policy.

by Persius Team

Persius partners with Katha, to bring quality education & creative skills to each and every child.

Persius, a Tallinn based Tech startup with presence, also in India, is working with Artists from around the globe to digitally empower them for the sustainable development of economies.

In the endeavour to provide creative knowledge to each and every child, Persius has partnered with Katha, a non-governmental organization for underprivileged children, to help achieve their 300 Million aim (https://www.katha.org/300m/) ‘Every child reading well, for fun and for meaning, to create a sustainable world for all”

Art or other forms of Creativity can play a pivotal role in improving the overall growth of children. Persius believes in nurturing these young minds at grassroot levels to improve mental health, aid communication & prevent cognitive decline. Kids who use their imagination, can later put those skills to work for transforming their communities.

Persius (www.persius.eu) uses AI & machine learning technology to provide visibility to artists through creative jobs, online competitions and helps others improve & learn new skills through Live Interactive Online Courses.
With these modules offered across different talent categories like Art, dance, music, photography and more, Persius hosts Artists from 40+ countries & visitors from 100+ countries. For Katha’s 300 M initiative, the aim is to reach more kids and partners and tap different corners of India.

As the UN declares 2021 as International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development, Persius Team has been working tirelessly to identify new artists in emerging markets and help them showcase their talent, learn and improve their skills with the help of other established & successful Artists.

Following the lead of Digital Europe, Persius has taken the next step towards partnering with Corporates & Social Institutions to acknowledge and recognize every worthy Artist's work.

Anyone interested in passing the torch or contributing to this cause, can simply sign up on the Persius and start running their online courses. Children on the other hand, who want to learn new skills can directly enroll for a course or even lend a helping hand to other children by inviting them to participate in one or more courses.

Bibin M, COO & Co-Founder of Persius, said “We are really glad to partner with Katha and to help them in this noble cause of providing creative learning to children of all ages. In India, nearly 50% of the children at primary level, do not have access to good education. Such collaborations can help address these issues and prepare the young minds for a better tomorrow.”

If you would like to contribute to this cause, sign up now at www.persius.eu, post details of your work in your profile, select Talent Categories which you are interested in and start contributing!

For any questions or to sign up as an Online Tutor, please send us an email at [email protected]

To know more about the partnerships you can email us at [email protected]

Comments(0)

Suggested Posts



by Persius Team
Persius, a Tallinn based Tech startup with presence, also in India, is working with Artists from around the globe to digitally empower them for the sustainable development of economies. In the endeavour to provide creative knowledge to each and every child, Persius has partnered with Katha, a non-governmental organization for underprivileged children, to help achieve their 300 Million aim (https://www.katha.org/300m/) ‘Every child reading well, for fun and for meaning, to create a sustainable world for all”
Read more
by Persius Team
When it comes to Art, what names usually pop up in your minds, Da vinci, Michelangelo? . But how many of us have heard of a Renaissance painter, Judith Leyster? While she was successful during her lifetime, her reputation suffered after her death. Her entire oeuvre was passed off as work either by her contemporary Frans Hals or by her husband. Her signature was covered by collectors looking to make a profit due to the high market value of Frans Hals’ work. As per the latest Art Basel & UBS Report (The Art Market 2019), although there are improvements made in terms of representation of Female Artists..
Read more
by Persius Team
The traditional Art evaluation process is not just subjective and unclear but is also extremely complex and biased to some extent. The criteria recognized to evaluate artwork in the past few centuries has been ambiguous with no clear process defined. Considering today’s fast changing Digital world, can we use Digital engagements for a real evaluation criterion for Art work? The major challenges faced in the Traditional Evaluation Process Limited number of Artists or Art work can be evaluated within a period of time Geographic Limitations Subjective Evaluations
Read more
NEW
  
\