Eminent artists come together for KSCH's art festival
Kolkata Society for Cultural Heritage (KSCH) is a social enterprise functioning at the grass root level for permanent developmental changes of rural, urban and tribal areas of India. KSCH believes that livelihood is the most important component of any sustainable developmental model and if they can improve economic conditions in the rural and tribal areas, then other social aspects like Education, Health and Sanitation will automatically be addressed.
This year, the society organised third edition of International Art Festival named 'ChitroPot', where eminent and world-famous artists from Bangladesh and India participated actively.
The event saw a daylong workshop, inaugurated by Debashis Sen, Chairman (CMD), West Bengal Housing Infrastructure Development Corporation Ltd, at Rabindra Tirtha, on February 3, 2019,11:30 am. This was followed by an exhibition, which was inaugurated by Purnendu Basu, Minister-in-Charge, Department of Technical Education and Training and Skill Development of West Bengal, on February 4, 5:30 pm, at Gaganendra Shilpa Pradarshashala.
KSCH is also working towards providing a platform for traditional folk music, dance, and artifacts as livelihood generating mechanisms for rural people. They encourage community-led developmental programs to foster growth and awareness within the communities.