GoodHomes seeks to bring art closer to the people with GoodHomes for Art

The week-long event in Mumbai will see hosting art trails, arty shopping sprees, impromptu paintings and live installations of art to engage the visitors

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Nov 29, 2013 12:56 PM
GoodHomes seeks to bring art closer to the people with GoodHomes for Art

Home and decor magazine GoodHomes has embarked on a public initiative, called GoodHomes for Art, to pioneer and make the common man in Mumbai embrace art.’GoodHomes for Art 2013 is presented by Häfele India.

The week-long event will see hosting art trails, arty shopping sprees, impromptu paintings and live installations of art to engage the visitors.

Renowned artists such as National Award winning artist Raj More, Brinda Miller, Arzan Khambatta, and Vivek Sharma are extending their support to the initiative with their participation.

Commenting on the initiative, Tarun Rai, CEO, Worldwide Media, which publishes GoodHomes in India, said, “The GoodHomes for Art initiative is our attempt to take art mainstream. The idea is to take art out of galleries and to the people and hopefully into their homes. We want people to engage with art and artists. This is the second year of this initiative and so far it has been in Mumbai. We now plan to take it to other cities in India.”
 

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