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Art exhibition on Nepal India Friendship
Sushila Arts Academy (SAA) in assocation with Swami Vivekananda Cultural Centre, Embassy of India, Kathmandu presented 'Art Exhibition' in co-operation with Cotton Mill on Friday at Taragaon Museum, Bouddha.
The exhibition featured SAA scholarship students supported by professional artists. SAA has been providing scholarship to 90 students. This 'Art Exhibition' is themed on “Nepal India Friendship”. SAA has been providing scholarship opportunities to talented and committed but financially limited and underprivileged Nepali children and youth since last seven years. All participants for this exhibition have been Academy’s scholars for the last five years.
This Art Exhibition is happening on the occasion of Gandhi ji 150th Birth Anniversary and showcases the art work on Nepal India friendship. SAA has been established with the objective to promote the arts in Nepal and provide opportunities for these talented Nepali artists (who are too Sushila Arts Academy scholars) with underprivileged background to exhibit their work .
And SAA aims to hone talented, dedicated, and committed students into gifted artists, musicians, dancers and actors, so that they may achieve their fullest potential as artists, leaders, and global citizens through talent, character development and professionalism, who will ultimately contribute to the arts in Nepal and the world stated the press statement released by SAA.