Hyundai Motor India Foundation Honors Indian artists
Hyundai Motor India Foundation – At Bikaner House in New Delhi, the Hyundai Motor India Foundation (HMIF), the philanthropic arm of Hyundai Motor India Ltd., honored 25 recipients of the ‘Art for Hope’ programme. A distinguished panel selected 25 artists from around India, whose outstanding art interpretations were commissioned with the theme of Hope, Solidarity, and Gratitude. The Art for Hope initiative aims to discover and cultivate hidden talents in a variety of sectors of art, craft, and culture, as well as provide a unique platform for these artists to present their work, which will benefit them by giving employment and making their art more widely known.
“Art reflects a society’s ideals, culture, and the individuals who make it up,” says the author. Asst. Vice President, Puneet Anand, Hyundai Motor India Ltd., said at the event. It assists us in comprehending our deepest feelings. With that in mind, we are pleased to announce the completion of ‘Art for Hope,’ a one-of-a-kind programme that enabled the regeneration of India’s arts and culture community following the pandemic. Under their mission to ‘Progress for Humanity,’ HMIF took the risk of championing the cause of artists.
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The awardees’ art and performances will be displayed during a three-day exhibition from March 12th to 14th, 2022. The exhibition’s goal is to encourage regional and indigenous arts while also highlighting the country’s rich, united, and diverse past. The efforts of 25 artists will be highlighted in this project, which will reflect India’s rich cultural legacy.
‘Art for Hope,’ India’s foremost dedicated CSR initiative, is dedicated to promoting and incentivizing artists across a diverse range of verticals, including Digital Art, Crafts, Multi-Disciplinary Art, Performance Arts, and Visual Arts. The winners were given a grant of Rs. 1 lakh as part of the programme, which they used to fund their projects.
Dr. Rathi Jafer, Director of Inko Centre (Chennai), Mr. Riyas Komu, a critically acclaimed Multimedia Artist and Curator, and Ms. Priya Pall, a popular museum and arts consultant, former Curatorial Director of Bikaner House, Delhi, and a consultant to various popular museums across the country, were among the jury members. Mr. Punnaivanam Sankaramoorthy, National Service Head, and Mr. Mukundan MS, National Production Service Head, from HMI were also present to support the artists.
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