Friday, May 3, 2019

Week-Long Bamboo Art Exhibition by Uravu Inaugurated at Karnataka CKP Until May 7

‘Hiraeth: A Pining for the Past’, a first of its kind 6 day exhibition of bamboo installations organized by ‘Uravu Indigeneous Science and Technology Study Centre’ was inaugurated by internationally acclaimed painter and Artist-CuratorShri Bose Krishnamachari. The exhibition will be open to the public until May 7th at Karnataka Chitra Kala Parishat, Bangalore.

‘Hiraeth’ is an exploration in bamboo that aims to reinforce the credentials of bamboo as a sustainable medium of art. Lenin.CP, the chief designer at Uravuaims to recreatethe forms and frames of life in bamboo. He expresses it through the idea of water and the flora and fauna of watery village lives.

‘Hiraeth’ is expected to set a platform for a series of exhibitions to be held at Chitra Kala Parishat, Bangalore, to showcase distinct artistic possibilities in bamboo that that would establish bamboo’s potential as a serious material of art. Hiraeth is presented by Eleganz Interiors pvt ltd

Uravu is a not for profit, non-governmental organisation that strives for rural empowerment through sustainable solutions. Established in 1996, URAVU works with people, governments and businesses to facilitate initiatives with the   prime motive of sustainable development and implements focused end-to-end programs in the bamboo sector.

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