ART MATTERS is a forum dreamt and created by art lovers and aspirants to promote art in the best exquisite form. It is a platform to connect young artists with ideas, inspiration, resources and also allow exchange of talent. The forum aims in providing an opportunity to the young artists to enhance their caliber, exhibit their talents and pave a connecting link to interact with celebrated artists, curators, art historians, art critics and other fraternity of art (all forms). Conception of Art, its expression and theories of art experience have been changing through the times. Art matters believe in the concept of further upgrading artistic skills and refining talent with much exposure to the emerging trends, platforms and media. The art matters aims at encouraging young artists to scale success in their professional field and also enthuse a feeling of social responsibility and contribute their bit in nation building through art.

Activities

NATION FIRST
Live Painting Competition and Exhibition for art Students of Mysore

 19/09/2016

  Freedom Park, Mysore

‘Nation First’ was a Live painting Competition on the theme ‘ Jai jawan – Jai Kisan – Jai Vigyan’ for art students which was organized by Art Matters Mysore Unit. More than 60 students from Various Art College in and around mysore has participated in the...

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SRISHTI 2016 – 2nd State level Art & Design Exhibition (CMRIT, Bengaluru)

 06/05/2016

 

Srishti is a rare and unique event for Engineering students to showcase their projects, innovative ideas. We can notice relationship between Art and science is from the ancient Period also. From Last year under a single umbrella of Srishti, Exhibition for Art students also included. Exhibition and competition of paintings,...

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RIPPLES (Art Event to Save Lakes of Bengaluru)

 09/01/2016

 

Bangalore is called the garden city with green patches spreading all over the city along with numerous lakes. Few decades ago Bangalore had about 50 lakes in and around the city creating its own biodiversity pockets. Primarily these lakes were the main source of water for drinking and irrigation. The...

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