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International Art Workshop ArtEco at DAV University Promotes Indian Culture and Heritage
October 13, 2023

Jalandhar, October 13

In a celebration of artistic collaboration and cultural exchange, twenty-one foreign and Indian artists have converged at DAV University to showcase "ArtEco," an International Socio-cultural Art Project. This six-day endeavour, comprising workshops and an exhibition, is a testament to the power of art in promoting Indian culture and heritage on the global stage.

Dr Manoj Kymar and Shryansy Singh witnessing an artist paint.

As a highlight of the project, these talented artists will be offering live demonstrations of their work, culminating in a grand exhibition on October 17. "ArtEco" stands as a unique cultural celebration, featuring the participation of Russian artists, underscoring the event's global appeal.

The distinguished roster of artists includes six accomplished artists from Russia: Irina Baranova, Bautina Anastasiia, Pushkareva Nikol, Galakhova Milana, Olga Levchenko, and Aksentiev Sergey. Hailing from India are notable artists such as Harish Verma, Pankaj, Ghazal Pratap, and Sunil Kapoor.

Olga, a Russian artist and avid traveller at the workshop

Dr. Manoj Kumar, Vice Chancellor of DAV University, while inaugurating the event commended the artists for their dedication to both ecological preservation and heritage conservation. He emphasized that "ArtEco" serves not only as a platform for artistic expression but also as a catalyst for cultural exchange.

Shryansy Singh Manu, Managing Director of Shryansy International Art and Culture Organisation, expressed the project's mission to sensitize students and youth to India's rich cultural heritage and art. Shryansy International Art and Culture Organisation is co-oraganisers of the event in India.

Participant at ArtEco

On the first day of the workshop, the artists made a commitment to freehand live painting, with plans to conduct plein-air exercises at historical monuments in the days to come. Harish Verma, a calligrapher and the local coordinator of the event believes that "ArtEco" has the potential to become a landmark cultural event in the region, drawing art enthusiasts and connoisseurs from all walks of life.

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Readers' Comments
Levchenko Olga 10/14/2023 6:30:31 AM

Это был лучший день, и лучший прием. Обстановка в Университете очень уютная и по домашнему теплая. Я очень рада участвовать в таком замечательном проекте! It was the best day and the best reception. The atmosphere at the University is very cozy and homely. I am very glad to participate in such a wonderful project!

ALLA 10/14/2023 10:22:51 PM

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Shaikh yawer habeeb 10/25/2023 5:55:58 PM

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Sp Petergofer 11/3/2023 9:44:10 AM

Hello. Tell :are there art events with the participation of male artists from Russia in India ?And are there also joint events with residents of India in Russia ? Thank you.

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