Wednesday, March 31, 2010
A National level Art Camp at Dhanbad
A national Art camp organised by Dhanbad based Seven Colours, began on 19 th March ended on 21st March 2010 at Agrasen Bhavan, Hirapur,
Dhanbad. 85 artists, senior and junior from different states joined the Art Camp and painted canvases on their own style and form. The organisers are trying to promote Art among common people in Dhanbad.
In general, interested common people have much curiosity about paintings and painters, such art camp is the opportunity for common viewers to witness how a painter works on his paintings. Every artist has his/her own style and technique to dipict ideas. Viewers can directly interact with artists about art. Art helps society grow with education, art and culture. Besides, for better communication and expression art in form of drawing and painting is indispensable part of our society.
Jharkhand, Dhanbad need such art camp more and more.
A few media document of this art camp given below:
Against War, Terrorism and Corruption: Paintings created by Albert Ashok When Wall street journalist, Daniel Pearl, with Ame...
Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan , OM, FBA (Telugu: సర్వేపల్లి రాధాకృష్ణ; 5 September 1888 – 17 April 1975) was an Indian philosopher and ...
Rafik Azad : Bhat de Haramzada A revered freedom fighter, Rafiq Azad was born in January 20, 1943, in the remote area of Guni in Tangail. ...
Princess Diana – Stubborn or Compassionate? By Princy James – September 3rd, 2010 ...