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AAI organises art camp ‘PRERNA-3’

The AAI art camp aims at providing a robust platform for both eminent and new upcoming artists for exhibiting their creativity and talent

AAI organises art camp ‘PRERNA-3’
AAI organises art camp ‘PRERNA-3’

New Delhi: Airports Authority of India’s (AAI) Women Welfare Association, Kalyanmayee, hosted an artist’s camp “PRERNA -3,” an official statement said. The three-day camp was organised at Airports Authority of India (AAI) Officers Institute premises in association with AAIAF (AAI Artist Forum) & FIPA (Forum of Indian Photographers and Artists). A total of 20 artists participated in this art camp. The theme for this year’s camp was “Freedom” and it was an enchanting experience for artists to paint in breath-taking lush green ambience of the AAI Officers Institute. This is the third Art Camp organised by Kalyanmayee after it organised two art camps last year.

The artistic works of these artists will be put up on display for art enthusiasts and general visitors in the near future

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The camp was inaugurated in the presence of Anuj Aggarwal, Member (HR), IN Murthy, Member (Operations), Sanjay Jain, Executive Director (Human Resource), vice presidents and other senior members of Kalyanmayee. The art camp aims at providing a robust platform for both eminent and new upcoming artists for exhibiting their creativity and talent. The artistic works of these artists will be put up on display for art enthusiasts and general visitors in the near future.

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