IMA’S passed through its 3rd day of “HELLO KOLKATA” event. Our guest painter “ZSUZSA GAJDAN” from Hungary arrived at Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport ,Kolkata on the 15th November’19 at midnight.On the 15th November’19 evening, IMA’S felicitated her in front of dignitaries’ .Mr.Arindam Rakshit, Rector,IMA’S introduced Zsuzsa Gajdan with the audience. Mrs.Swanali Pal, Founder & Chairperson,IMA’S in her inaugural speech explained the reason why IMA’S was initiating its endeavour to connect international community through art and culture. She stressed much on bringing art into community.
Eminent painter and sculptor Sri Suvaprasanna was present at that evening as a guest-in-chief. Mrs.Shipra Bhattacharjee, wife of Sri Suvaprasanna and also an eminent painter and sculptor attended and interacted with Ms.Zsuzsa Gajdan and appreciated her live art work.
Ms.Zsuzsa Gajdan mesmerized the audience through her live art work. She used many colours on canvas for her imaginary art work. She also presented her project work through power point.
President of IMA’S Mr.Biprodas Bhattacharjee described Zsuzsa more of a poet than a painter .He appreciated Zsuzsa’s art work because of her imagination on nature, her sympathy towards humanity which she expressed by using acrylic paint on canvas.
Amongst the dignitaries Mr.Tapas Sarkar, an eminent painter and Mr.Sukanta Das, an eminent sculptor appreciated her live art work.Mr.Somenath Kutty, Secretary, Kala Mandalam was present along with his wife and expressed gratitude to IMA’S for inviting and presenting such beautiful evening.
Ms.Nandini Sinha Roy, an eminent Indian Classical and Bharatnatyam dancer expressed her desire to work with Zsuzsa in near future.
On the 16 th November’19, Hello Kolkata art camp for the students below 15 years was held. Zsuzsa was closely observing the art work of the children and was advising them as required. She was advising students to think something imaginary and then paint. The participants used hard paper and pastel colours.
On the 17th November’19, participants above 15 years joined the art camp. They worked on canvas using acrylic paint. Zsuzsa herself showed the participants how she initiated her art work through imagination and the skills she adopted during her art work. Participants painted according to their own imagination. Special mention to be made on the art work of Sourodip Chakraborty who portrayed Ms. Zsuzsa Gajdan.