Updated: Feb 12
Surchitranam, is the annual arts and culture festival organised by Kreative Minds every year. This year the festival will take to a virtual platform. The fine arts exhibition has the theme, Scenic Beauty of India. On Saturday 26 December, the platform will host the art exibition from 10 am to 7 pm, while on Sunday, December 27, you can expect a Kathak Recital by Dipali Chackravarty, a Hindustani Classical vocal recital by Isita Sen accompanied by Shri Pramod Grabbur on tabla and Shri Nandkishore on harmonium. There will also be a solo tabla performance by Shailesh Shenoy. Amrita Tiwary, Founder of Kreative Minds, says about the event, "It is a great combination of sur, sangeet, nritya, chitra and ankan."
On Saturday 26th December –Fine Art Exhibition from 10am to 7pm
Also the announcement of competition winners
1. Winning Video-Music Competition -11am to 12pm
2. Winning Video –Dance Competition – 12.30 pm to 1.30 pm
3. Winning Drawings –Art Competition -1.30 pm to 2.30 pm
On Sunday 27th December – Continuation of Fine Art Exhibition -10am to 2pm
From 2.30 pm onwards –Culture event program by Kathak Recital by Smt.Dipali Chackravarty followed by Hindustani Classical vocal recital by Smt Isita Sen accompanied by Shri Pramod Grabbur on tabla and Shri Nandkishore on Harmonium ,Also there will be a solo tabla performance by special artist Shri Shailesh Shenoy
It is a great combination of Sur – Sangeet and Nritya and Chitra – Ankan and painting display for the world that loves the Art and Culture of our country India. Our theme for this year’s event is “Scenic beauty of India”. Sur represents music and chitranam represents the art of expressing our thoughts and feelings through the medium of drawing. This representation goes up to a greater level of creativity and aesthetic diligence when live music influences the artists directly while drawing, says Amrita Tiwary, Founder of Kreative Minds.