‘Art’ has an essential role to play in the educational process, which aims at Humanitarian Development. Art plays a major role in liberating human beings. Herbert Read, an English anarchist, poet, and critic of literature and art, says, “…a child’s art, therefore, is its passport to freedom, to the full fruition of all its gifts and talents, to its true and stable happiness in adult life.” Art leads a child to its complete blooming. It may begin as a lovely individual activity, such as a self-absorbed scribbling of a baby on a piece of paper. But the child scribbles in order to communicate her inner world to a sympathetic spectator, the parent or the teacher, from whom she expects a sympathetic response. Alas, mostly she receives only indifference or ridicule. Nothing is more crushing to the infant sprit, than a parent’s or a teacher’s contempt for those creative efforts of expression. Art education should aim at the holistic growth of the individual. It is a way for one to grow and become sensitive to the beauty in nature, social values and the aesthetic aspects of life as a whole. In art education, training of hands and eyes is only a tool-sharpening process, which is important. But the sharpening of brain develops a creative, fulfilled and well-balanced personality. It helps to develop integrated intelligence. Life is also like a work of art. A matured art work develops by adopting several experiences of an artist. Similarly, a child grows into a matured person by undergoing several shades of learning from the experiences. Being an educational facilitator, the objective of my carrier is to create and provide such experiences to students.