Photographer:Julie | Inauguration of the National Painters' Camp. Photographer:Julie | Rm Palaniappan with some of the artists invited to the camp. Photographer:Giorgio | Lalit Kala Akademi and Auroville Foundation organized this event. Photographer:Giorgio | The artists will stay one week at Sri Ma Guest House. Photographer:Giorgio | Each artist explained his own course. Photographer:Giorgio | <br />
All the artists are national lever senior artists. Photographer:Julie | <br />
After the speach, they shared a good buffet.

National Painters' Camp

Seeing artists of all India creating in live is possible until the 27 of March. Inspired by the amazing surrounding of Sri Ma Guest House, ten artists are taking part of the National Painters’ Camp, organized by Lalit Kala Akademi and the Auroville Foundation. They’re coming from Delhi, Jaipur and Chennai and expect to meet you at the camp, preferably between 3 to 4 pm. Artists from Auroville, mainly writers and movie makers, were invited to the opening on Friday. Rm Palaniappan, regional secretary of Lalit Kala Akademi, inaugurated the event.