Veterans to interact with student artists at Art Park in Bengaluru

For the first time, Art Park will feature a number of young artists who have just passed out from art schools.

Published: 02nd September 2017 08:27 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd September 2017 08:27 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: For the first time, Art Park will feature a number of young artists who have just passed out from art schools.

Called ‘The Young Talents’ the event is scheduled to be held on September 3 and will feature students from Bangalore University, Ken School of Art, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat and Chamrajendra Academy of Visual Arts.

“For the Art Park events till now, we have been mostly inviting artists with experience. We thought this time why not do something different. It will be a fun filled event with interactions between freshers and senior artists,” says Vasudev. He says that around six senior artists such as Jayakumar, Chandranath, Rekha Rao and Jasu Rawal have also been invited.

As has been a trend with a few Art Park events, there will also be a mixing of the another form of art in the form of poetry at the event on September. Chanda Pasha BS, Namana B N, Sidharth M S Along are the three poets who will be at the event. There will also be a session by art histoiran, Saraswathy Bhattathiri.

“We have arranged for three three young poets who will recite their own poems at the event. The idea is to extend our program to other sister arts such as literature, poetry, and music,” says Vasudev.

The event will be held at Sculpture Garden, Ravindra Kalakshetra Annexure, JC Road, Sept 3, 11am to 5pm.


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