KOHIMA, Aug 9 (EMN): An artwork exhibition – “A Chain of Knowledge” – was held on the Regional Middle of Excellence for Music and Performing Arts (RCEMPA) in Jotsoma, Kohima on Tuesday throughout the ‘Artwork Residency’ occasion organized by the Activity Drive for Music and Efficiency. Arts (TaFMA) Nagaland and Artwork for Change Basis, New Delhi.
The exhibition showcased numerous artworks by seven visible artists from inside and outdoors the state who’re a part of the residency programme.
On this event, Youth Sources and Sports activities Advisor, Jale Neekha, as a particular visitor, stated that below the visionary management of the Chief Minister of the state, Neiphiu Rio, many profitable packages have been run to advertise and information the youth.
He additionally appreciated the ‘Artwork for Change Basis’ for coming to Nagaland and exchanging their abilities with Naga artists and youth. He appreciated TAFMA for organizing the occasion and inspired them to take new inventive initiatives with none hesitation in future additionally.
Technical Training and Training Adviser, Medo Yokha, who additionally spoke on the event, complemented Zele Niekha by saying that below Ryo’s management, there are numerous initiatives underway and it is just time, house and time for it to be totally understood. And a few persistence is required.
Drawing a parallel between songs and humanities to attach cultures, he inspired artists to turn out to be ambassadors of the Naga society.
Hovithal Sothu, Challenge Director, Tafma, presided over this system and delivered the welcome handle, whereas Tanya Garg, Challenge Supervisor, Artwork for Change Basis, additionally spoke on the event.
Resident artist Sanjib Kalita and Nyungkhumla Chang shared their experiences throughout the ongoing artwork residency program whereas Tafma artist Ajo Savi introduced a track.
After this system, the visitor of honor together with different dignitaries inspected the exhibition on show.
It’s noteworthy that the ‘Artwork Residency’ program was began on 1st August.