Kala Ravi Trust is formed in the memory of the great artist Ravishankar Raval. The objective of the trust is to inculcate in students creative thinking mechanism and positively influence them to be thinking painters.
With above objective, in collaboration with Sheth CN Fine Arts, they organise annual painting competition for Fine Arts students. The theme for this year was ‘Urban Landscape’. More than 100 students participated and created innovative visual arts on the above theme. An expert panel adjudged the show and announced the winners.
As part of the programme a lecture cum exhibition cum award ceremony was organised at CN. Eminent painter Shri Amit Ambalal and Leading Art Entrepreneur Shri Anil Relia were present to encourage the students. Shri Suresh Sheth was present to talk about Ravishankar Raval’s life journey with students. The event was presided by Shri Jadeja, Director of CN Education and alongside Shri Ratilal Kansodaria, pricipal of Sheth CN College, took care of the proceedings. Many eminent names form art fraternity like Shri Amrut Patel and Shri Vrundavan Solanki and many others graced the occasion. Senior artist Shri Natu Mistry, who is also the trustee of Kala Ravi Trust was present to give away awards to the student.
Creativeyatra joined in the event rather accidently, but to give greater impetus to encourage young artists, Creativeyatra announced cash prizes to the winners. The winning amount of Rs. 4000/- , 3000/-, 2000/- for top 3 winners and Rs. 500/- as consolation prizes to 5 winners was awarded by Creativeyatra. It was indeed a moment of great pride for the team of CreativeYatra to be able to do its bit to encourage arts within communities.
We would take this opportunity to introduce to our readers, this amazing young talent from the city of Ahmedabad.
The list of winners is :
First Prize : Abhishek Dodiya
Second Prize : Gautam Rathod
Third Prize : Mavesh Choudhary
Consolation Winners : Shrimali Jayesh, Komal Mistry, Nimai M. Saparay, Kaushik Charoliya, Gopal Parmar
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