5-day Art Camp concludes

Excelsior Correspondent

SRINAGAR, Nov 28:  Master Sansar Chand Baru Memorial Charitable Trust, working for the promotion of art and culture organisased an Art Camp in the summer capital here.            This camp was organized in  collaboration with Taj Vivanta in Srinagar. Artists from various states of the country came together  to  this famous tourist resort  for their creative works using brush and colours.  The region constantly has been in the news for instability and this is a small effort by the artist community to bring in positive vibes and the much needed  hope  to the locals and the guests through art. Wide range of subjects were displayed at the show by the noted artists. It concluded today.
Buddha, landscapes, abstracts, figurative art were part of this 5- day program, held in the hotel premises. The six artists worked on a large canvas which would be a permanent exhibit at the Taj.
The six participating artists were  Prince Chand from Lucknow, Poonam Chandra from Delhi, Gita Hudson from Chennai, Dipto Narayan  Chatopadyay from Kolkata, Arshad from Srinagar and Nileshh Vede from Mumbai.
The Trust which was launched about three years ago by the founder,  Anuradha Rishi daughter of the famed artist from Jammu, Sansar Chand Baru. It has been organising a number of art camps, workshops, collaborative arts projects with Ignca, Ministry of Culture, CRRT, North Zone Cultural Centre, Ministry of Education, CRPF, NBCC, NHPC apart from working alongside MiNistry of Aviation and Delhi Metro.
Anuradha Rishi herself an ace painter,  has been continuously working with artists from all over India, to carry forward the legacy of her father, the Master Painter and to keep the art alive in the region where she hails from.


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