Artists take art out of the gallery and concerts

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Art has always been the socio-cultural development parameter for any country, in any given time frame. But, these days art has become detached from the general population and merely become a commodity, intended to play a role of a show-piece only. This social detachment has made art less people centric.
We at Artist At Work Productions wish to change that to break the wall between art and people by conducting an Art Mob on the streets of Koregaon Park Annexe,Koregaon Park, Pune on 21st November, 2015. The concept is “to get art out of the galleries and concerts”. Here, the artists will be showcasing their work right in the midst of the crowd, on the roads of Pune along with a symphony of percussions. Visually it will mimic an exhibition and concert but there will be no walls which separate art from people. Artists will be acting as the wall holding their art work.
The event is scheduled on 21st November, 2015 and will be held starting 4:00pm.
There is no political or social agenda behind this event. The cause is simply and truly art. The purpose is to reach people from every walk of life, when they are not reaching to the galleries. It will be a groundbreaking opportunity for networking with art enthusiasts from all walks of life.  Having successfully executed several other breathtaking Art Mobs in Delhi and Mumbai previously, we wish to have you as a part of this enigmatic celebration of arts in Pune!
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About AAW Productions:
AAW Productions is an organisation that helps you discover your love for art, and sculpt it in unbelievable forms. Our aim is to provide artists what they need and artists to those who need them. While engaging in multifarious art forms, AAW Productions has engaged intriguing minds from anywhere and everywhere. We involve our audience through the enormously powerful online medium and further capture their curiosity by our various events, projects, campaigns and services that encompass all genres of art.