Online National Art Workshop “Srijan” organized by Charak Samkalin Sanstha
Online National Art Workshop “Srijan” organized by Charak Samkalin Sanstha started on 25th June, Chief Guest of the inaugural day of this program Sh. Uttam Pacharne President, National Academy of Fine Arts, Delhi (Ministry of Culture, Government of India) addressed all the artists online . During the discussion with all the artists, the artists were given a message to uplift the arts with social activism and change the old systems and fight for their rights.
The four-day online National Art Workshop organized under the aegis of Charak Samkalin Sanstha, Sriganganagar (Rajasthan) in collaboration with the Union Ministry of Culture concluded late evening on 28 June.
Former Union Minister and MP Nihalchand attended the closing ceremony as the chief guest. Nihalchand Meghwal, who was connected online for about an hour, saw and appreciated the artworks made by 28 artists from across the country who attended the workshop. He congratulated all the artists and congratulated Charak Sanstha President Rajesh Sharma for organizing the workshop. He said that such a workshop would be organized in Sri Ganganagar, in which he invited all the painters.
In this four-day National Art Workshop Camp “Srijan” 2021, painters of different genres have shown creativity by participating. Senior painter Dr. Anupam Bhatnagar welcomed all the painters and MP Nihalchand on behalf of Charak Contemporary Society and extended his invitation. Kindly accepted. Lakshyapal Singh Rathod, Tarachand Sharma and Surendra Singh welcomed the MP. Appreciating the work done by the organization for the encouragement of the artists, he told a historical program. Dr. Rajesh Sharma, President of Charak Contemporary Society, thanked all the participating artists for their participation in the workshop organized from June 25 to 28. A total of 28 artists from across the country, including Dr. Anupam Bhatnagar (Ajmer) Omprakash Suthar, Dr. Rajesh Sharma and Mrs. Nisha. Sharma (Sriganganagar), Anil Mohanpuria, (Bhilwara), Lakshyapal Singh Rathod (Ajmer), Dr. Renu Sharma, (Jodhpur), Santosh Kumar Sahni (Bihar), Mrs. Sanchit Jain, Ms. Gulista, Ms. Diksha (Delhi), Dr. Ramkhiladi ( Dausa), Smt. Bhuvaneshwari Rajoria, Kamal Kishor Joshi (Bikaner), Vinay Trivedi, Dr. Vandana Joshi (Jaipur), Suvajit Samata (West Bengal), Surendra Singh (Uttarakhand), Banwarilal, (Bundi), Ms. Manisha Manocha (Uttar Pradesh), Mrs. Diana Mohapatra (Orissa), Mrs. Manjeet Kaur (Punjab) Mrs. Shaili Verma, Uttar Pradesh, Tarachand Sharma (Sikkim), Ms. Preeti Chauhan (Haryana), Nagesh Maruti and Sunil Bumble (Maharashtra) Mr. Sachikant Jha (Bihar). Gaurav Sharma and Gaurav Sidana of Sri Ganganagar were important participants in the workshop management. According to President Rajesh Sharma, during the workshop, the artists shared their own style of artworks and creative creation experiences during the workshop.
The organization plans to regularly connect artists from every corner of the country and the exhibition of artefacts prepared in this workshop was talked about. At the end of the program, tribute was paid to Shyam Sharma Ghaziabad, a senior painter associated with Charak Sanstha, by observing silence for 2 minutes. Born in the year 1954 in Lakhimpur Kheri, Uttar Pradesh, Shyam Sharma obtained his BFA degree in 1982 from the College of Art, Lucknow. This senior artist was snatched from the art world by the corona epidemic on 25 April last.
Rajesh Sharma said that in view of the corona transition, this first online workshop is being organized in Rajasthan by Charak Samkalin Sanstha Organization in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, about which there is a lot of enthusiasm among the artists. If there was no corona transition period, this workshop would have been organized at one place with all the artists together.