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The ongoing art exhibition in the historic Gaiety Theatre is attracting lots of art lover attention. The effort by the young dynamic members of Mind Scan Art Society is definitely worth an appreciation.
People of city got an opportunity to experience the magic of art in the form of an ongoing art exhibition at the historic Gaiety Theatre organized by Mind Scan Group which will continue till November 2.
Recently the five passionate artists that is Susheel, Chaman Thakur, Dharminder Thakur, Ankush Sharma and Chandan Kukreja for the promotion of art took the initiative and registered their art society to provide opportunity to other artists.
While informing about the exhibition they share, “It is our sole objective to provide artist with a platform to showcase their work as often foster child treatment is given to artists by the government. We organized the art meet where we showcased work of various artists from all around the country.”
Organizers plan to make it an annual event as this year it has been divided into 4 different segments. First that is from October 19- 22, inauguration ceremony; from 23- 26 focus on Women Empowerment via showcasing work of female artists. From 27- 30 a dedication or tribute to the Department of Fine Arts Himachal Pradesh University as they feel no gift is better than showing how well they received and implemented what they learned by their Gurus. Last but not the least in final segment that is from 31- Nov 2, the founder members works will be exhibited along with few other selective works.
The exhibition received a warm reception and blessing from famous artists like famous Baniprosonno who personally inaugurated the exhibition along with Pranam Singh who’s work is appreciated on international level along with other artists like Baldev Gambheer , Ram Virajan, HOD Kurukshetra University Fine Arts Department, Him Chatterji, Nanad Lal, Chaman and Deeraj to name some.
Approximately 80 paintings have been displayed in the show. Exhibition has a variety to offer to all the art lovers as theme ranges from realistic to abstract, from landscapes to portraits, Antique work from Kenya along with a antiques painting painted in 1978 by Madhu Panwar is also showcased in the exhibition.