Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Life & Earth Visual Campaign done by the students of Master in Applied Art

INVC,, Chandigarh,,

The damage done to our planet cannot be reversed, but we can all make positive changes for the future by reducing, reusing and recycling.Saving Earth has become the most important Global issue these days and a lot of debate is going on regarding how to check this problem which is increasing day by day and affecting our lives tremendously.

Being an artist we feel its our moral duty to save our planet earth and also impart education among masses through visual medias. it’s our duty to impart visual education among masses. So, under the guidance of Mr. D. S. Kapoor the Senior faculty of Applied Art, Government College of Art, Chandigarh, the students of MFA Applied Art, Himani, Anu Choudhary, Vandana, Geetu, Dancy, George Emmanual, Sonam Bhudhiraja, Shaina Nayyar, Anu Sharma, Venus Mehandiratta, Rupinder Kaur, Amarjeet Singh, Akaldeep Singh, Ravi Prakash and Vikramjeet Singh, have visually tried to explain the current subject after an intensive research work.

This exhibition is going to be inaugurated on 6th October 2010 at 11.30 a.m. by Green Saint Baba Balbir Singh Seechewal, Environmentalist, popularly known as Green Saint in India. His works are remarkably great and with a mission, one that entails changing the mindset of the people and taking them back to their natural spiritual traditions. Padmashri Nek Chand, Director and Creator Rock Garden will be the Guest of Honour,he started as a humble road inspector and realized his vision that started when he began hauling in his favourite river rocks to create a secret garden for the City Beautiful, which is the greatest artistic achievement seen in India since the Taj Mahal.

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