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‘Transposing Experiences’: Art Kanara Trust to showcase works of 17 Coastal Artists in Bangalore

‘Transposing Experiences’: Art Kanara Trust to showcase works of 17 Coastal Artists in Bangalore

Mangaluru, Feb 01, 2024: Art Kanara Trust is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition, "Transposing Experiences," featuring a diverse collection of paintings, sculptures, photographs, and installation art created by 17 talented Coastal Artists. The event will take place on February 3rd and 4th, 2024, at the Bangalore International Centre (Gallery / Second Floor), located at 7, 4th Main Rd, Stage 2, Domlur. It will be open to the public from 11 AM to 8 PM on both days.


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The participating artists are Harish Kodialbail, Janardhan Havanje, Jayavanth Shettigar, Jeevan Salian, Nemiraj Shetty, Permude Mohan Kumar, Praveen Punchithaya, Rajendra Kedige, Ramakrishna Nayak, Reshma S. Shetty, Santhosh Andrade, Santhosh Pai, Shilpa Bhat, Umesh V.M. Venki Palimar, Vishwas M. and Wilson Souza.

Art historian Rajani Hebbar will be formally inaugurate the exhibition on Saturday, February 3 at 11 AM in the honorable presence of Dr. Pratibha Karanth, speech language pathologist and Dr. Ullas Karanth, conservation zoologist.

Showcasing a diverse array of artistic experimentation, the exhibition highlights the creative expressions of 17 artists hailing from Mangaluru, Udupi, and Kasaragod districts. This cultural convergence promises to be a captivating experience for art enthusiasts and the public alike.

About Art Kanara Trust

Art Kanara Trust is a registered non-profit organisation founded to impart art and cultural activities and educational programs in and around the erstwhile South Canara districts - Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Kasaragod. It promotes self-directed, small-scale research projects through documentation of the local arts and heritage that explore people, places, histories and practices within these regions. The Trust focuses on art education through innovative methodologies of teaching arts and design to support through capacity building and the applicability of the subject for multiple learning outcomes.

Based in Mangaluru, Art Kanara Trust in collaboration with INTACH Mangaluru Chapter works closely with arts practitioners, young arts enthusiasts, students, cultural organizations, as well as public and private institutions locally and globally; and reaches out to the public through curatorial projects, exhibitions and publications. The Trust is a collective thought by a group of artists and architects with the motto that art plays an essential role in the forming of future generations.

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