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Know Our Jury for Abir India’s First Take 2024: Veer Munshi

The eighth iteration of Abir India’s First Take 2024 is about to engulf the vivacious city of Ahmedabad. This event is more than just a show; it is a demonstration of the ability of art to erase boundaries and captivate hearts. It’s important to consider Abir India’s extraordinary journey to this point as the expectation […]

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First Take 2024: Eighth Edition to Spotlight Emerging Artists at Ahmedabad’s Hutheesing Visual Art Centre

The eagerly anticipated First Take 2024 is scheduled to begin on November 24th at the Hutheesing Visual Art Centre, Ahmedabad marking the eighth edition of this esteemed event. The week-long exhibition culminates on 30th Nov’24. Artists from across India are invited to participate and showcase their work. The festival not only celebrates art but also brings

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7th First Take : 2800 Artworks, 10 Exceptional Winners, and a Celebration of Emerging Artistry

Ahmedabad, 24 Oct, 2023 – Abir India’s highly anticipated annual art festival, First Take, was inaugurated yesterday at the esteemed L&P Hutheesing Visual Art Centre in Ahmedabad. The event witnessed the presence of distinguished Chief Guest, Shri Prahaladbhai S Patel, Chairman Managing Director, and CEO of PSP Projects. This year’s First Take has exceeded all expectations,

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First Take 2023: Who are the Jury Members and Why Are They Important?

The seventh iteration of Abir India’s First Take 2023 is about to engulf the vivacious city of Ahmedabad. This event is more than just a show; it is a demonstration of the ability of art to transcend boundaries and captivate hearts. It’s important to consider Abir India’s extraordinary journey to this point as the expectation

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Abir India’s First Take 2023: A Nationwide Phenomenon – 2800 Contributions from 429 Cities

In the ever-evolving world of art, where creativity knows no bounds, Abir India has emerged as a guiding light for budding artists seeking a platform to showcase their talents and connect with patrons both within India and on the international stage. This charitable trust has dedicated itself to nurturing and promoting artistic excellence, bridging the

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Unfolding Dreams Since 2016: Tracing the Journey of Abir India’s First Take

As we stand at the threshold of yet another edition of Abir India’s First Take, it’s a fitting moment to reflect on the remarkable journey this initiative has undertaken. The annual celebration of artistic talent, creativity, and expression has grown from its humble beginnings to become a significant milestone for emerging artists across India. From

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Abir India’s Annual Fest ‘First Take’ Starts November 24th.

Abir India, a charitable trust dedicated to nurturing and promoting artistic talent, connects artists with patrons both within India and internationally. Started in 2016 by Ruby Jagrut, an advocate for natural dyes who is located in Ahmedabad focuses on showcasing the work of young artists from various regions of urban and rural India, Abir provides platforms for virtual

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Rewriting Gender Through The Lens: Indian Photographers Challenging The Norm

Prachi Sahasrabudhe Part 5 – “In an attempt to capture gender-based stereotypes through the lens:  comprehensive overview and analysis.” Awareness about gender equality is critical in India in order to combat prejudice and violence, promote economic growth, defend human rights, and achieve long-term development. According to research,  boosting gender equality can result in enhanced productivity,

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