In the mood for some art
It is the time to enjoy music and arts together in the city. Shobha Broota and Rashmi Khurana are up with their remarkable confluence of art and music in association with Priceless Possessions.
Sangam is a five-day camp where musicians and painters will work together. Artists would be given complete freedom to create and experiment in various mediums while the musicians will create a meditative and experimental environment for the painters with live soft music.
Broota shares, ‘Sitting together with artists from similar disciplines, this idea of sharing and working together in a conducive environment developed. So we (painters, musicians, performers) decided to work together for a week creating art in a meditative space. Thus, sharing by displaying our experiences with others’.
The participants in the camp are- Aditi Saigal, Aiyanna Gunjan, Anuradha Saluja, Arvind Bhardwaj, Deepshikha Mundhra, Kamla Sood, Mukesh Sah, Navpreet Kaur, Nehmat Mongia, Nin Taneja, Parul Chopra, Rashmi Khurana, Shivani Aggarwal, Simran Toor, Sarita Chowdhari, Terry Verma and Vijitha Kotha
‘The purpose of this camp is to raise creativity, spend quality time with your own self and intimate sharing with other artists. The show is going to be the cluster of talented artists and the equally talented and diversified musical group’, said Poonam Kumar, Director, Priceless Possessions.
A contemporary dance presentation will also be presented to enhance the mood of the artists. The studio will be full of musical instruments and healing sounds each day of the camp. The musicians and yoga instructors will help out the artists to bring out their best on the canvas. The outcome of this camp will be exhibited from 20-22 April at Arpana Caur Art Gallery. The inauguration will also have a live performance by Reaching The Roots (music group).
When: 15-19 April
Where: Shobha Broota’s studio, Swami Nagar