A COLOSSAL STREET ART FESTIVAL IS COMING BACK TO TOWN!

Date: 15th Oct, 2017

In collaboration with Kalakriti and St+Art Foundation, art@telangana is all geared up to floor their next edition of exciting Street Art Festival that is slated for November 30 to December 15, this year. Get set to participate pro-actively in the Orientation Workshop / Meet at Kalakriti Art Gallery, Banjara Hills, Road # 10 on October 15, 2017.

The first edition of the Street Art Festival was organized during 2016 in Hyderabad that was participated by national as well as international artists.

The outer wall and few buildings at the M S Makta, the dwelling places close to Hussain Sagar, were amazingly painted by the artists, last year during the month long project. It climaxed with the installation of the typo sculpture named LoveHYD, which has already become a sensation in the city.

The Festival aims to go deeper into the Makta area, covering the buildings situated inside, with the aim to transform it into an Art District, within a few years’ time.

The objective of the project is also to democratize the art by taking it to the common people and places. The organizers feel that it will help in sensitizing the people all over, to keep their areas clean and beautiful, as well.

Orientation Session for International Street Art Festival

Date: 10th Sept, 2017

art@telangana and Krishnakriti Foundation are organising the Orientation Session and a Press Meet to announce International Street Art Festival 2017. The Orientation Meet will be organised on 10th September 2017; 6 pm at Kalakriti Art Gallery, Banjara Hills, Road No. 10. The International Street Art Festival is done in collaboration with Street Art Foundation, New Delhi.

The first edition of the Street Art Festival was organised last year in Hyderabad which was participated by national as well as international artists. The outer wall and few buildings at the M S Makta, a dwelling near Hussain Sagar, were painted beautifully by the artists last year during the month long project. It culminated with the installation of the typo sculpture - LoveHYD, which has become the sensation of the city. The Festival aims to go deeper into the Makta area, covering the building situated inside, with the aim to transform it into an Art District in few years. The aim of the project is also to democratise the art by taking it to the common people and plces. The organisers also feel that it will help in sensitising the people to keep thei areas clean and beautiful.

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