Mangaluru: Unique art jam in ’The Pursuit of Happiness’ held

Daijiworld Media Network – (SS)

Mangaluru, Apr 11: Novus Grooves in Kadri here opened up a world of beautiful possibilities with a unique art workshop and a series of programmes for those patrons who followed their hearts.

The April Art-Jam featured an interesting line-up of artistes from varied backgrounds here on Sunday. These interesting and wonderful line-up showed that walking off the beaten path has opened up a world of possibilities.

Sunday saw a kinetic art and laser engraved wall art exhibit by Shabbir Hussain and sculpture paint workshop by Suneera Mendonca. Gardening specialist Gyan Shetty set up affordable green spaces and an internationally acclaimed musician Alwyn Fernandes (billboard award winner) also shared a heart-to-heart conversation about the pros and cons of turning their passion into paychecks.

Billed as an event in “The Pursuit of Happiness”, the Art-Jam was certainly a way to bring value to meaning and joy to people’s lives by connecting with the lives of others.

Sunday was truly the beginning of the vacation season with this exciting line-up of events with fun activities held for the little ones as well.



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