Pearl Academy sets the pace with installation at Kala Ghoda Festival 2018

Students and faculty members of Pearl Academy standing near the installation done by them at Kala Ghoda Art Festival
Installation by Pearl Academy students at Kala Ghoda Art Festival
Installation by Pearl Academy students at Kala Ghoda Art Festival

Pearl Academy sets the pace with installation at Kala Ghoda Festival 2018
Mumbai, 5th Feb 2018: Continuing its association with Mumbai’s Kala Ghoda Festival 2018 as the Design Partner, Pearl Academy has created a grand installation based on this year’s theme “Sustainability”. The creative minds at Pearl Academy have represented the theme through a horse built inside a globe to create awareness about preserving nature. The installation depicts the five elements through the Platonic solids – Tetrahedron (Fire-Agni), Cube (Earth-Prithvi), Octahedron (Air-Vayu), Icosahaedron (Water-Jal) and Dodecahedron (the realms of space-Akash).
The festival which got underway today features some 55 installations, a series of creative workshops and a plethora of performances by artists from across India. Speaking about the festival, Ruchita Verma, Director Mumbai Centre, said: “This year’s Kala Ghoda Festival turned out to be a great opportunity for Pearl Academy students and faculty members to showcase their stunning installation around the theme ‘Sustainability’. The concepts displayed by them are a clear example of their creative skills and we are happy to provide such a platform to them to exhibit their talent to the wider world.”
Nandita Abraham, CEO, Pearl Academy, said: “Pearl Academy has dedicatedly shown its commitment towards taking creativity as well as community. Events such as Kala Ghoda are excellent platforms to address on-going challenges faced by society. I believe this year’s theme is a very important initiative. It is a matter of pride that our students use their creative talents to spread awareness about the environment and the need to sustain it.”

 

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