The Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Guwahati organised three events in their Horizon Series | July 2017 and each of the event profoundly displayed the uniqueness of the celebrated art form.
The event started with a Workshop on Visual Story Telling by Manju Rajak then a Photography Exhibition upon performing Arts by Anjan Deka and finally concluded with a performance concert by Bhawana Kakati and her troupe displaying the traditional dances and songs of Assam.
The Horizon Series | July 2017 marked its beginning with a 2 days Workshop of Visual Story Telling by Ms. MANJU RAJAK in collaboration with Guwahati Artistes’ Guild in their premises. The workshop taught varied dimensions to children in relation to thinking, making and displaying of a visual story, which they all displayed through projects at the end of the day 2.
Approximately 50 students participated with great enthusiasm and strength. >>> View more pics here
The next event was the Photography Exhibition upon performing arts by ANJAN DEKA, held at the State Art Gallery, Guwahati in collaboration with Directorate of Cultural Affairs, Govt. of Assam. The exhibition was inaugurated by senior photographer SAMEER CHOUDHURY on July 24th and remained opened till July 29th. The photographs brought our some beautiful captures and colour assimilation.
The third event was presented in collaboration with IIT, Guwahati for their Students’ Induction Programme on July 25th. The performance showcased the beautiful and colourful performing arts of Assam by Bhawana Kakati and troupe. The group performed Sattriya dance, Jhumur dance a blend of Assamese traditional folk dances and Goalporia Folk songs.