IT’S RAINING RAINBOWS
(March 29 – 2017), MAHARASHTRA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE , INDUSTRY AND AGRICULTURE, KALAGHODA, Mumbai
I was called upon to paint on the theme “So Many Reasons To Be Happy” by Maharashtra Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture Kala Ghoda Mumbai. Involving the women and the dignitories present in a collaborative art activity was well appreciated.
I AM THE UNIVERSE… I AM A WOMAN
(March 8 – 2017), Fortune Hotel, Vashi, Navi Mumbai
Celebrated womanhood on Woman’s day with more than a hundred women by involving them in a collaborative art piece.
I FLY… I RISE… I AM SET TO MAKE AN IMPACT
(February 20 – 2017), Cidco Urban Haat, Belapur Navi Mumbai
I painted a graffiti at the Good Graffiti Fest 2017. The theme of the festival was ‘Impact starts with I’.
FEELINGS 77 (ZOOMSTART INDIA)
(January 21 – 31, 2017), Parsik Hill, Navi Mumbai
Feelings 77 was exhibited again! This time at ZoomStart India, a happening co-working space in Navi Mumbai.
BULL OF CHANGE
(January 8, 2017), Ulwe, Navi Mumbai
has the power to engage the audience and to inspire them to be more creative in their daily lives, and to think and act more responsibly towards the world around them.
(November 5 – 30, 2016), Shaurya Arts, Belapur, Navi Mumbai
This event is a showcase of a series of work on used teabags which I named “Feelings 77″ -one feeling a day expressed on a teabag for 77 days!!
Why specifically ‘77’?
I discovered that number 77 indicates coming changes of self-discovery or increased knowledge through understanding oneself…ultimately leading to greater motivation,
transformation or freedom! And yes the number I feel is catchy too!
KALA GHODA ART FESTIVAL
(February 6 – 14, 2016), Kala Ghoda, Mumbai
Kala Ghoda Association was formed on 30th October 1998 with the object of maintaining
and preserving the heritage and art district of Mumbai. Every year since then
Kala Ghoda Art Festival is held which is a week long mesmerizing carnival of literature, theatre, dance, music, films and visual art! And so activities like rock concerts, literary workshops, culinary classes,heritage walks , street performances,huge visual art installations are the top favourite of one and all! Funds raised from this iconic festival go towards the restoration and maintenance of the area.
ERA FOR WOMEN
(October 28 – November 1, 2015), Urban Haat, Belapur, Navi Mumbai
The event was organised by an NGO called Era for Woman which encourages women artisans from rural areas to come forward, show their talent and earn their living. The theme was women empowerment and had the opportunity to do Live Painting .
WORLD ART DUBAI
(April 8 – 11, 2015), Dubai World Trade Center, Dubai
World Art Dubai lasted for four days and had a huge number of galleries and artists showcasing there art.World Art Dubai, Inspiring Lifestyle with Accessible Art – is a new accessible art fair, part of Dubai’s Official Art Season, created to bring together regional and global artists and galleries with Dubai’s international community. A unique fusion of art, education and entertainment, the debut of World Art Dubai reflects the city’s growing prominence as a leading culture and arts hub.
(November 29 – 30, 2014), Jumeirah Beach Park, Dubai
Part of the making of World Record- Longest Graffitti scroll (2245.5 metres) along the famous Jumeirah Beach Park in Dubai.
ART FAIR DUBAI
(November 1 – 2, 2014), The Address Hotel, Dubai Mall, Dubai
Organised a workshop on “How to create art on used teabags?”
AGAINST THE TIDES – W2W
(September 28, 2014), Dubai International Art Centre, Dubai
W2W is a specialized event management company which promotes and offers platform to various professional organizations, companies, Brands, and individuals. Over the years, w2w has conceptualized and created various genres of events to cater to this ever growing market. Every year W2W creates an event Against the Tides where artists from various nations join together to showcase their talents. The 5th edition of the event which had a super opening on this 28th of September is still on at Dubai International Art Centre.
22 WAYS TO KILL YOUR BOSS – HENOSIS
(June 5 – 7, 2014), Gallery of Light, DUCTAC, Dubai
Henosis is the amalgamated world of two artists, combining their unique styles to bring forth a new dimension of morphed reality. “22 Ways to Kill Your Boss” showcased artists’ interpretations of thoughts that seem to rule your emotions and hopes. It was an attempt to define subjectivity and expression, while living an artist’s life stuck in the rat race. It showcased 22 original artworks by artists from 12 countries living in the UAE.
ECO ART – U.A.E. GREEN FESTIVAL
(March 16 – April 15, 2014), Heritage House, Bastakiya, Dubai
STREET NIGHT ART – ALL QUOZ BEAUTIFICATION PROJECT
(January 24, 2014), Al Quoz, Dubai
Street Night Art is the largest open-air art gallery in Dubai. This is the first event organised by an initiative called the All Quoz Project, named to reflect the fact that the project belonged to everyone in the community. The founder, the Dubai-based Uruguayan Maria Urrutia, says she did it because she wanted to bring the art out of the gallery walls and into the dusty streets of Al Quoz to brighten things up.
DUCTAC, Mall of the Emirates – Avenue 247
Pre-Concert Exhibition to a Classical Music Concert by Pandit Jasraj
(November & December 2013)
WALL OF FAME
(January 2013), Garden Centre, Dubai