Art for a furry cause
Pune photographers host a new photography exhibition to raise funds for an animal shelter
Around 20 Photographers from all over Pune will be showcasing their works to raise funds for the animal shelter Prani Seva Sanstha.
Photographs which are part of the exhibition at Arc Asia
The organisation provides shelter to abandoned and injured animals. The show, starting on July 16, will feature photographs from varied genres including nature, music, people and food, among others. The photo exhibition will be organised every three months, featuring works from various genres.
Vikram Patwardhan, one of the participating photographers, says that the idea was to give the photographers in the city a platform to display their work as well as to help animals. “It will be an ongoing exhibition, which will be conducted once in three months. My photographs depict various moods of the sea,” he adds.
Nearly 10% of the funds collected through this exhibition will be used for the welfare of the furry friends at Prani Seva Sanstha. Often referred to as Jeev-Daya, the Prani Seva Sanstha, not only works for animal welfare, but it also helps homeless animals find a new home.
On: July 16, 5 pm to 11 pm
At: Arc Asia, ABC Farms, Koregaon Park.