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MTDC, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai come together for Talent Street at Kala Ghoda

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Published : Nov 20, 2017, 8:19 am IST
Updated : Nov 20, 2017, 8:21 am IST

Event will see potential artists exploring their talents and gain popularity in the field they excel in every Sunday.

Shri .Sumit Mullick, Chief Secretary,Government of Maharashtra ,Shri. Nitin Gadre ,(IAS),Principal Secretary ,Tourism & Culture ,Government of Maharashtra  ,Shri .Abasaheb Jarad, Additional Commissioner ,Shri.Vijay Waghmare, Managing Director,MTDC , Smt ,Swati Kale ,General Manager ,MTDC and other Stakeholders.
 Shri .Sumit Mullick, Chief Secretary,Government of Maharashtra ,Shri. Nitin Gadre ,(IAS),Principal Secretary ,Tourism & Culture ,Government of Maharashtra ,Shri .Abasaheb Jarad, Additional Commissioner ,Shri.Vijay Waghmare, Managing Director,MTDC , Smt ,Swati Kale ,General Manager ,MTDC and other Stakeholders.

Mumbai: Artists of Talent Street Kala Ghoda, an initiative supported by Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) and Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) displays emerging talent across Maharashtra.

Artists of Talent Street Kala Ghoda, began from November 19 and will continue till May 2018, on every Sunday, the potential artists can explore their talents and gain popularity in the field they excel in.

The upcoming artists will get a chance to display their art on the streets of Mumbai.

The 250-metre long stretch on Kaikashru Dubash Marg at Kala Ghoda is the location for this weekly event and 21 stalls have been registered.

The stalls exhibit Robotic Acts, Spray Paintings, Caricatures, Sculptures, Pottery, Warli Paintings, Jewellery, Puppet Making and Magic Street that motivates and encourage young talents so that they can participate in this kind of podium to display their talent.

Through this initiative, MTDC and MCGM aims to make use of the open spaces as a platform for public participation. The officials of MCGM are requesting artists to send applications and thus inspiring many promising artists to take part in this wonderful event in the coming weeks. Celebrities from Hindi and Marathi film fraternity have been invited to join to support the cause.

Commenting on the occasion, Shri Jaykumar Rawal, Hon'ble Minister of Tourism, Government of Maharashtra said, “It is wonderful to discover that Maharashtra has so much to offer, be it beaches, forts, heritage or our culture. This platform will showcase various types of folk, classical and traditional art forms and inspire the budding talent of the state. I believe this initiative – Artists of “Talent Street Kala Ghoda” is a podium and is a remarkable occasion for the visitors to discover Maharashtra and know its hidden treasures in forms of arts.”

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