An Art Exhibition that is all Heart – Meet the special artists behind it
A virtual exhibition showcasing the work of differently abled adolescent and young artists is coming up on 15th May 2021. This one is not to be missed.
Art connects across all barriers and is truly the expression of an artist’s soul. It overcomes all boundaries of languages, cultures and geographies to truly weave its magic on its audience.
MA My Anchor Foundation and Nora Solomon Foundation have curated ‘A VIRTUAL ART EXHIBITION’ to support the talent of young differently abled artists whose work will be showcased in this unique exhibition. The youngest artist in the line-up is just eight years old!
The event will be held on 15th May across two time slots on the Zoom platform.
12.30 – 1.30 PM
Join the event on: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72873271678?pwd=VS83OVp3ZFRLMGJvUlVFQzZaQlR6QT09
Meeting ID: 728 7327 1678
5.30 – 6.30 PM
Meeting ID: 738 3242 8338
The most extraordinary aspect about this exhibition is that each artist whose work will be showcased are individuals with special needs or limited abilities who have let their imagination flow freely on the canvas. These are children for whom art is a medium to express their thoughts and emotions. The line-up of artists include:
- Amogh: He is non-verbal but found the language of colours to express himself.
- Siddharth: He has autism since age four but has a deep love of making patterns exploring a wide range of colours.
- Dhrov: An autistic 13 year old child whose love for throwing colours in the air and watching them fall became a passion. He loves bright colours and painting nature and abstracts.
- Adyayan: The youngest artist in the group is just 8 years old. He is autistic and loves to paint nature.
- Rohan: A teenage on autism spectrum, he loves playing with colours and symbolizes them to the smiles of nature.
- Shreyan: 12 years old and diagnosed with autism at age two, he has a deep love for bright colours, shapes and nature.
- Vir: Even though the 10 year old he has limted communication abilities, he found art a way to express himself.
- Arjun: A young boy with muscular dystrophy, he is unable to make it to his school which is far from his home. Smart & ambitious, he loves to paint.
- Usha: A young girl with hearing impairment, she was unable o complete her education due to lack of awareness of special education. She likes sewing, painting and picking up new skills.
All the proceeds of the sale from the exhibition will be reimbursed to the artists. Your support and encouragement to these young and talented individuals and their art will further open up their horizons and help them carve a brighter path for themselves.
About the Organisers
Nora Solomon Skill Development Centre works under the Nora Solomon Foundation which was founded in 2005 by Shri Ashok Solomon, in the loving memory of his mother Nora Solomon to give shape to her vision of a society without social or economic disparity. The Foundation dedicatedly works to promote quality education and create a quality Skill Development Centre in order to enhance employability and promote inclusive education for Differently Abled Children.
MA My Anchor Foundation was established in 2003 and has been working in the areas of Water & Sanitation, Education & Capacity Building, Conservation & Integrated Development. The Foundation works in different parts of the country with support of sector experts & national and international partners.
For more details, contact Manjir Gupta on 9811465968 or Geeta Motwani on 9711139993.