National Tribal Arts Camp artists pay homage to Prakash Pant
Artists attending a National Tribal Arts Camp organised by Lalit Kala Akademi, paid homage to the Late Cabinet Minister Prakash Pant as a gesture to a fellow creative person who knew the role of arts.
The national level artists coming from various parts of the nation have been busy creating impressive art works for the past six days at the tribal school, Information Technology Institute for the Tribes of India (ITITI) at Jhajhra in Dehradun.
Former Rajya Sabha MP, Tarun Vijay, who motivated the organisation of this camp for first time in the state, said Prakash Pant was intrinsically an art lover, a creative poet and a sensitive Himalayan leader.Those who attended the homage meet included Tarun Vijay, Uttarakhand culture department director Beena Bhatt, Himanshu Dabral and Nawal Kishor- both representing the Lalit Kala Akademi, artists Monica Talukdar, Anjali Thapa, Sadhna Jairaj, fourteen tribal artists and art critics.
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