Event Update: Cartist Automobile Art Festival from 12 to 16 April

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The third CARTIST Art Festival is all set to be held from 12 to 16 April at Hotel Jai Mahal Palace in Jaipur. With increased participation, this year the festival will be taking a step ahead in providing people a platform to learn, explore and create art. While the concept of merging automobile with art by painting cars is not new to Cartist, the uniqueness this year lies in the fact that vintage cars will be used to carry the legacy of automobile art. These cars will be painted live by some prominent artists of the country. It is noteworthy that such art on vintage cars will be done for the first time not just in Jaipur but the country, as well.


The idea behind this is to spread colours, break the stereotype to paint on canvas and giving the vintage cars a new look. In addition to this, solo art exhibitions, workshops on calligraphy, pottery, street art, wood art, clay modeling, tribal art, photography, among others will be held as well. Prominent artists from all over the country will also be taking several workshops andsessions on different forms of art. This will give one a chance to learn new skills while exploring art.


Unique art forms like Container art, Scooter Painting, Art Installations, Sculpture Painting, Heritage art, among others will also be demonstrated. Cartist works to preserve traditional art while touching it with the new air of modernity. It also aims to instill a feeling of sensitivity among the youth of Jaipur towards its rich culture and heritage.

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