The creamy layer of London’s elite British Asians arrive at St James’ Court, a Taj Hotel, to celebrate Indian Art Week in partnership with charity Arts For India….reports Asian Lite News
Several new generation artists showcase their work at an auction event organised to raise funds for underprivileged art students studying at the Institute of Fine Art in India. Celebrity Indian cricketer Farokh Engineer played a new role as an host.
Arts For India founded Indian Art Week London in 2014 in the hope to bring together art dealers, auction houses, galleries, museums, private collectors, and hotels in London to celebrate and raise awareness about Indian Arts and up and coming artists.
The 2015 Indian Art Week will end on Saturday with an awards event at Mayfair and a fundraising dinner, followed by a charity auction with luxurious, unique prizes.
Sofia Hayat will be the hostess. Prominent guests include Sabyasachi Mukherji,
Oriano Galloni, Ashok Amritraj etc.
Tickets are just £275 for individuals. Corporate sponsorship includes a table, branding throughout all marketing tools, and press moments during Indian Art week, as well as VIP tickets to all events.
The money raised during the evening will be used to help sponsor more students through Arts For India, allowing them to pursue their dreams and reach their full potential through art and creativity. For more information about becoming an Indian Art week sponsor, contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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