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Open art exhibition at Kadri concludes

Published On : 18 Apr 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Kudla Kala Mela, open art exhibition at Kadri, ended on high note, when children took part in cartoon and caricature drawing sessions ’Rekhantaranga’ which was very popular.

City’s artists John Chandran, Dinesh Holla and Chitramitra demonstrated ways of drawing cartoon and caricatures. Chitramitra drew a caricature of artist Dinesh Holla on the venue. He said that there are no rules or limitations in cartooning. One has to observe surroundings carefully.

’Kala Chavadi Puraskara’, and ’Vishesha Kala Puraskara’, the awards for special achievement, were conferred on artists Dinesh Holla and Ganesh Somayaji, and prizes distributed to winners of the drawing competitions held on the occasion. Alva’s Education Foundation chairman Dr M Mohan Alva, Buntara Yane Nadavara Matru Sangha president Ajith Kumar Rai Maladi and Prasad Art Gallery proprietor Kotiprasad Alva were present on the occasion.

’Fire’ drill was a surprise in more than one way, on the venue of Kudla Kala Mela at Kadri Park, April 16, Sunday evening. This fire an attempt by the Fire Fighting and Emergency Services Department to demonstrate fire fighting. Usage of fire extinguishers, various types of water jets used during fire mishaps were demonstrated by the fire fighting personnel. The awareness programme was held on the account of fire fighting service week April 14 and 20, now in progress.

 







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