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Doodle away folks

Red Bull Hyderabad conducted fun sessions in JNFAU college of Arts and NIFT Hyderabad to ensure maximum participation from their colleges.

Published: 10th April 2017 10:33 PM  |   Last Updated: 11th April 2017 05:04 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Red Bull Hyderabad conducted fun sessions in JNFAU college of Arts and NIFT Hyderabad to ensure maximum participation from their colleges.

It was a great session to extract unrecognised talent in the field of doodling. Students were seen doodling around a space created in the colleges with music and all equipment required for them to doodle. It was a great opportunity for students to channel their inner creativity. Doodling is a universal habit that unites students and cultures across the globe.

Whether it’s on a spare piece of paper, sitting in the back of a classroom, or in an art class for a graded submission, few will have gone through university life without adorning textbooks and notebooks with little bits of art. 


Students from over 1000 universities in more than 40 countries will participate this time around - applications in India are open until 20th April 2017.


The third global edition of Red Bull Doodle Art 2017 will have a global final: A virtual reality experience. All national winners will get the unique experience to compete in the Global Final in an exciting location. 


They will be coached on how to up their 3D artistic skills and create their final piece of art by painting in 3D.The final masterpieces will be exhibited at a Global Virtual Gallery, where art lovers can experience doodles from around the world in virtual reality. The global winner will be chosen by a panel of judges.
Details: www.redbulldoodleart.com 



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