Kolab (International Women Artist Show) On occasion of International Women’s Day

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Bhubaneswar: Sasatwa Foundation in collaboration with BOCCA brings you ‘Kolab’, a show celebrating feminine vitality, beauty and courage. As part of International Women’s Day we have come together to acknowledge, appreciate and honour women artists and activists from across the globe. We showcase here  some of the most extraordinary thought provoking master pieces to mark the impact that women are making in our society, economy, culture and politics every day, around the world.
Named after Odisha’s life giving river, originating in Sinkara Hills in the Eastern Ghats of Koraput district, Kolab synonymously stands for life, dignity and strength. In its true abstraction, just like a river joins together with its rivulets and tributaries to bring more exuberance to the people living on its banks, similarly, Sasatwa Foundation and BOCCA join forces to bring Kolab to the people of Bhubaneswar.
It is a step forward in initiating conversations on the role women play in shaping our future through the powerful medium of art.
ABOUT SASATWA FOUNDATION: Sasatwa Foundation is an institution for art. The foundation undertakes varied art projects and has specific interest and focus in supporting art engagements benefitting women and children.
ABOUT BOCCA: BOCCA is not just a Cafe. It is a cultural space and stands for Books,  Office, Cafe, Culture, and Arts. It is a platform to promote young and budding talents in the Visual and Performing Arts.It has been hosting Open Mics in Music, Poetry and Stand Up, and has now started hosting exhibitions of young talents in the field of Painting and Photography.
It’s a fine space for exchanges and conversations about culture and art, has in recent times emerged as a strong platform for young budding talents from various fields, esp. visual and performing arts.

Participating Artists:
1. ADITI BHATTAD, NAGPUR2. ANKITA ANANDA, ALLHABAD3. APARNA MOHANTY, ODISHA4. AVY WOLFSON, ISRAEL5. BHABANI G.S.,BANGALORE6. BISWAJITA MOHARANA, ODISHA7. DAINA MOHAPATRA, DELHI8. DENISE KARABINUS, HAWAII9. HAMIDA KHATRI, PAKISTAN10. JAYASHREE JENA, ODISHA11. MILLI PANDEY VIKAMSHI, NAGPUR12. NISHAT REHMAN, DELHI13. NIROD NALINI BEHERA, ODISHA14. PRIYADARSHINI MOHANTY, ODISHA15. PRANATI DAS, DELHI16. RANI REKHA, BANGALORE17. SANGITA PATTNAIK,ODISHA 18. SASMITA KAMILA, ODISHA19. SATYABHAMA MAJHI,ODISHA20. SHALINI KRISHNAN, U.S21. SHU LUN WU,TAIWAN22. SHWETA BHATTAD,NAGPUR23. SRIMALI CHANDRASENA,SRI LANKA24. VANDANA NAYAK,BHOPAL

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