Abir presents FIRST TAKE 2017

05:00 PM - 08:00 PM

Kanoria Centre for Arts
KL Campus, Opp. Gujarat University, University Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, India 380009

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2017-09-09 17:00:00 2017-09-16 20:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Abir presents FIRST TAKE 2017

Abir First Take 2017, an annual platform celebrating art across genres in a distinctive contest and exhibition, has struck the gong once again.

Led by noted natural dye artist and exponent Ruby Jagrut, entries from artists across the country have been invited. In its second edition now, Abir acknowledges the creative bent of mind that promises to encourage, inspire, empower and connects budding artists with master painters.

Entries will be shortlisted by an eminent panel of juries comprising of culture critic, art curator and writer Johny ML based in New Delhi, prolific Indian contemporary artist Manu Parekh, stylized folk art specialist Madhvi Parekh and Walter D’Souza, noted for his practice in the print medium and an expert sculpter.

Around 100 artworks will be selected. 6 awards in 3 different categories will be announced. The winning entry can take home an award money of INR 1,00, 000/- while the runner- up is awarded INR 50,000/- in each category.

Read: The Most Promising Young Artistic Talent in India

 

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Kanoria Centre for Arts
KL Campus, Opp. Gujarat University, University Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, India 380009

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Abir First Take 2017, an annual platform celebrating art across genres in a distinctive contest and exhibition, has struck the gong once again.

Led by noted natural dye artist and exponent Ruby Jagrut, entries from artists across the country have been invited. In its second edition now, Abir acknowledges the creative bent of mind that promises to encourage, inspire, empower and connects budding artists with master painters.

Entries will be shortlisted by an eminent panel of juries comprising of culture critic, art curator and writer Johny ML based in New Delhi, prolific Indian contemporary artist Manu Parekh, stylized folk art specialist Madhvi Parekh and Walter D’Souza, noted for his practice in the print medium and an expert sculpter.

Around 100 artworks will be selected. 6 awards in 3 different categories will be announced. The winning entry can take home an award money of INR 1,00, 000/- while the runner- up is awarded INR 50,000/- in each category.

Read: The Most Promising Young Artistic Talent in India

 

Source: Facebook




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