When art heals reforms

When art heals reforms

first_imgWith an opportunity to reach out to the society and earn acknowledgment, pHREEDOM4EVER, with the permission and support from the Department of Correctional Services, Government of West Bengal and in association with Flight to Harmony Foundation is coming up with a unique exhibition of paintings done by the inmates. The event is poised to take place on May 19 at Jamini Roy Gallery, ICCR and is being looked upon as a differential equation to the culture loving people of the city. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfpHREEDOM4EVER thrives on offering quality productions in terms of events, brand promotion, brand activation, PR – media and CSR activities with endeavour to traverse into different territories and excel in each attempt which are distinct and telescopic.pHREEDOM4EVER has also been instrumental in catering to various CSR and welfare related activities and has extended its services to enrich lives of people in terms of financial and collateral gains. Their endeavor has always been to extend their outreach beyond boundaries and constantly seek to stretch their hands for any kind of social services. The organisation’s friends in such activities have been BP Poddar Hospital, Medica Super Speciality Hospital, Hitayshini for Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign , Rotary Metro City for HIV Awareness, Rotary Club Of Calcutta City Of Joy for Awareness On Wellness for the Society to name a few. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveChaity Ghosh, Proprietor, pHREEDOM4EVER shared her thoughts about this exhibition, “We draw inspiration from certain activities that motivate the society to act progressively. I consider myself to be blessed to get this opportunity to be associated with this cause and the inmates and also feel satisfied to be able to add some value to the lives of few people and to the society as a whole in a very little way that I can. pHREEDOM4EVER always try to associate with such enrichment programs for a better tomorrow.” pHREEDOM4EVER’s major endeavor is the upliftment of rural talents to urban audience wherein the rural artists of various genres showcase their expertise to the urban audience during festive periods and special events.There will be an opportunity where the paintings can also be purchased by the visiting guests. Noted elocutionist and performing artist Sujoy Prosad Chatterjee shall be facilitating the walk through with his intrinsic style to fascinate the present guests.As put in by the DG & IG, Correctional Center, West Bengal, Arun Kumar Gupta, “Culture therapy has been proved to be one of the most successful methodology of correction through the creative vehicle of art, music, and dance. Art in prison has been a common platform of Correctional Services, Government of West Bengal and Flight to Harmony Foundation to chisel out the hidden artist among the inmates.” The exhibition will start at 2 pm on the said date and an inaugural function is being arranged at 4:45 pm in the presence of Minister, Bratya Basu, Mayor In Council, Debashish Kumar, Pramita Mallick, Subhaprasanna, Sudeshna Roy, Abhijit Guha, Jogen Chowdhury, Rita Bhimani, Nandita Pal Chowdhury, Eleena Banik, Nayantara Pal Chowdhury, Chaitali Dasgupta, Sudarshan Chakravorty, Arindam Ganguly to name a few. Considering the genre of the exhibition and the movements initiated by the Correctional Home Authorities, a host of socially prominent personalities are likely to attend the event. Inspired by Shree Chitta Dey, an eminent artist and sculptor and the man behind Flight to Harmony Foundation who has been an inspiration to millions with his dreams and ability to make dreams possible is the main figure behind this initiative. It is his introspective and his deep association with the lives of the inmates, that this exhibition is able to see the daylight. Chitta Dey has been instrumental in creating a team of artists out of convicts and is relentless in his efforts till this time.This is a sincere effort by pHREEDOM4EVER to venture into newer valleys and bring up some social issues not really discussed in our daily lives but is as relevant as a sunrise or sunset.last_img

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