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Project PARI launched by the Ministry of Culture

Published on July 08, 2024
Current Context: Project PARI (Public Art of India) is an inspiring initiative by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India.
Project PARI launched by the Ministry of Culture
  • It aims to bring forth public art that draws inspiration from millennia of artistic heritage (lok kala/lok sanskriti) while incorporating modern themes and techniques.
  • Over 150 visual artists from across the country are currently working on various sites in Delhi to beautify public spaces for the upcoming 46th session of the World Heritage Committee, scheduled to be held in New Delhi between 21-31 July 2024.
  • These artistic interventions include wall paintings, murals, sculptures, and installations inspired by diverse styles such as Phad paintings (Rajasthan), Thangka painting (Sikkim/Ladakh), miniature painting (Himachal Pradesh), Gond art (Madhya Pradesh), and many more.
  • By integrating art into streets, parks, and transit hubs, Project PARI aims to stimulate dialogue, reflection, and inspiration, contributing to the dynamic cultural fabric of the nation.

Question:

1 What is the primary objective of Project PARI initiated by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India?

  • A) To promote modern art techniques exclusively
  • B) To beautify public spaces using millennia-old artistic traditions
  • C) To facilitate commercial art exhibitions across India
  • D) To establish art schools in rural areas
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