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NAIMISHA 2020

  • 08 Jun 2020
  • 2 min read

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The National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA), New Delhi will organise online NAIMISHA 2020- Summer Art Program from 8th June 2020 to 3rd July 2020, to reach its audiences during the Covid-19 outbreak.

Key Points

  • NAIMISHA 2020:
    • It is an initiative to provide a chance to participants and art enthusiasts to create and learn from practising artists.
    • The programme includes online workshops sessions on painting, sculpture, printmaking and indrajaal (an interdisciplinary creative workshop).
    • The exhibition of selected artworks from the program will be displayed on So’ham, the cultural media platform of NGMA.
  • So’ham:
    • It is the first cultural media platform of India, under the banner of NGMA.
    • The platform aims to develop a dialogue between NGMA, artists and art enthusiasts.
    • It is inspired by the Vedic philosophy of So’ham, which stands for one's identity and its connection to the universe.

National Gallery of Modern Art

  • NGMA was established in 1954, at the Jaipur House, New Delhi.
  • It is run and administered as a subordinate office to the Ministry of Culture, Government of India.
  • The NGMA has two branches, one at Mumbai and the other at Bengaluru.
  • One of its objectives is to acquire and preserve works of modern art from the 1850s onward.

Source: PIB

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