JBR Architecture College in Moinabad celebrates its 10th anniversary with an interactive five day art camp
In a refreshing foray into artistic expression, JBR Architecture College in Moinabad is all set to celebrate its 10th anniversary with an interactive art camp called Kalavahini from June 24 to 29. Between 9.30 a.m. and 4 p.m., the open-air auditorium and an adjoining corridor play host to 15 professional artists creating work, joined by approximately 300 architecture students who are learning and creating small works.
by Masuram Ravikant | photo credit: special arrangement
Participants include artists Ramesh Gorjala, Fawad Tamkanath and Sayam Bharat Yadav, Masuram Ravikant as well as Preeti Sanyukta, staff of the Department of Painting, Head of the Department and Billuka Nirmala, Assistant Professor from Jawaharlal Nehru University of Fine Arts and Architecture.
The idea of making it interactive was to provide a learning experience. Nirmala who is also the facilitator of this camp says, “Instead of a camp where artists work individually, it was to provide a platform where budding architecture students can interact with the artist’s technique, style and theme and can understand.”
The works created during the camp will be displayed on 29th June which is open to all