Drop by a painting exhibition with works by 60 children from Mumbai, Pune, Delhi, the US and Oman
It’s never too early to paint; reason why Indiaart.com and the Art India Foundation have been running programmes, like Art to Schools, to encourage creative thinking among children.
Amazed by Isha Khanzode, USA
Now, at the Children’s Art Exhibition you can catch a glimpse of paintings by 60 children from across India and the world that were shortlisted from received entries. Indiaart will also create a web page for each child whose artwork has been selected for the display.
The paintings cover diverse mediums such as watercolours, acrylic, oil, pastels, pencil and collage. All the shortlisted children are from 5 to 15 years of age. They have been receiving art-related training and inputs from their art teachers in school as well as private art teachers. Four online shows are planned, in the monsoon, autumn, winter and summer seasons. The current online show is Monsoon-2014, which will be live till August 30.
Till June 23
At Nehru Centre Art Gallery, Discovery of India Building, Dr Annie Besant Road, Worli.
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