Kokuyo Camlin partners with Cartist to promote ‘Automobile Art’
Mumbai, November 20th 2017: Kokuyo Camlin, leading stationery and art materials marketer in the country; partners yet again with Cartist to promote Automobile Art. Kokuyo Camlin has been associating with Cartist since its inception in 2015. Cartist was started as an idea of creating `Art for People’.
Cartist willbe showcasing the `Cartist Yatra’ across major cities of India. The Yatrais scheduled to cover 10 states across 12 cities. The four-day camp of theCartist Yatra in Mumbai is being held from November 16th toNovember 19th 2017 at Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, compound. Cartist will facilitate engagement of 100 local artists from each city makingit a total of 1000 artists from all over India. Out of these 1000 artists, 200selected artists will join Cartist at Jaipur for Cartist Automobile ArtFestival 2018 from February 22nd to 24th 2018.
SaumitraPrasad, Chief Marketing Officer, Kokuyo Camlin Ltd said, “Kokuyo Camlin has alwayspromoted art amongst all age group as it brings so much of goodness. WithCartist activity we found a new canvass – cars. We hope initiatives like thesewill promote art everywhere.”
HimanshuJangid, the man behind Cartist says, “Support of corporates like Kokuyo Camlin is very important for thesuccessful culmination of the event. We are thankful to Kokuyo Camlin and Mr.Prasad for supporting our efforts continuously right from inception. In facttheir support encouraged us to think big and take Cartist across country thisyear. Cartist owes its colors to Kokuyo Camlin.”
Aninteresting component to Cartist Yatra 2017-2018, will be the inside-outdesigning of shipping containers into artwork. Visitors will witness forthe first time the transformation of shipping containers (20-40 feet) as workof art. There will also be workshops held on Regional Art and Culture. To addto the fun, there will be musical and a cultural night for the participants byinvitation. Art Camps involving local artists on painting, sculpture, mixedmedia, drawing, and glass, digital art scheduled to be held.