Cultural Centre of Vijayawada and Amaravati (CCVA) collaborated with Urban Sketchers Singapore (USKSG), a non-profitable network of artists in the South East Asian Island are jointly organizing an exhibition of drawings, on the CCVA premises at Madhu Malaxmi chambers, at Moghalrajpuram, Vijayawada from January 10 to 31.
With a theme line of Amaravati, which is the Capital City of Andhra Pradesh. The exhibition will feature the works of 26 sketches from the USKSG and another four from various parts of India, including Andhra Pradesh who visited almost 29 Villages in Amaravati in the year 2017, in association with Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore and supported by the Amaravati Partnership office (APO) of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Singapore.
Addressing the media on Wednesday, Eric Tan director of APO said that the USKSG were intended to the renaissance of culture, art and heritage of AP, especially Amaravati and also thanked the Malaxmi Group and the CCVA for their support in the hosting of
APO assistant director Lin Zixin, exhibition curator James Lim, Malaxmi Group founder and CCVA chairman Y. Harish Chandra Prasad MalaxmiProperty Ventures Pvt Ltd, CEO Sandeep Mandava were also present.