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29, Aug 2018, by : FnF Correspondent

A photo-exhibition of images portraying the UNESCO World Heritage sites and practices of Mexico was opened at the Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, as part of the Mexico National Day celebrations in India.Read News

22, Jun 2018, by : FnF Desk

With the football fever in the air, Google is celebrating the sporting extravaganza with doodles. Today the Google Doodle catches the Day 9 fever of the FIFA World Cup. In today's doodle, Google catches the essence of the six countries that will be playing their world cup matchesRead News

21, Jun 2018, by : FnF Desk

Google Doodle for Wednesday, June 20 of the World Cup 2018 tournament turns to the games between Portugal vs Morocco, Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia, and Iran vs Spain.The Doodle for Day 7 of this World Cup honours the nations playing today by inviting local illustrators contribute a drawing and tell the world what football means to them and their country.Read News

20, May 2018, by : FnF Desk

More than 400 years ago, it was on May 20, 1570 when the world's first modern atlas titled "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" (Theatre of the world) was published. Today's Google Doodle remembers the man who created the atlas - Abraham Ortelius.Read News

17, Apr 2018, by : FnF Correspondent

Shashth Rupa not only showcases artist skill or talent. It about individuality, spirituality or nature's ecstasy to depict ones idea towards our society. It is an amalgamation of six peoples thought process. The main motto of this exhibition is to show the sixth senses, instinct , face or part of our thinking level thorough our work of art. Read News

05, Jan 2018, by : Shweta Jha

'Floating Thoughts' - a sneak peak into the ignited minds of 12 artists and how they see the world, with each expressing their ideas in their individualistic style on different media. This art show brings together people from different schools of thought, varied techniques and skillset and showcases them on a single platform.Read News

02, Jan 2017, by : FnF Correspondent

'Chitra', a solo show of over 50 oil and water colour paintings by young, contemporary artist Trishna Singh. The exhibition offers a glimpse of Trishna's journey of self expression through her depiction of the feminine form, the architectural heritage of India and the wilderness of flora and fauna in our country.Read News

16, Feb 2013, by : Radheshyam Tewari

Art of living is also connected with nature in many spiritual way. More we are going away from nature to jungle of pebbles more we are being separated from the main energy of the life. This is what recently department of Visual Arts, University of Rajasthan, wanted to tell in a sculpture workshop in its premises coordinated by the Italian artist Miss Giorgia Severi. Read News

07, Feb 2013, by : FnF Desk

Google India has announced Mapathon 2013, the country's first mapping competition. It is a crowdsourcing initiative aimed to improve Google Maps in India. Registrations for the competition, which commences on February 12 and concludes on March 25, 2013, have begun. The top 1000 mappers stand a chance to win Android tablets, smartphones, gift vouchers and Google merchandise, the company said. Read News

30, Jan 2013, by : FnF Desk

Graffiti artists are taking their spray cans indoors - and using naked women as a canvas.Instead of railway bridges and abandoned buildings, wannabe Banksys are daubing their designs on bare bums, breasts and other body parts. Read News

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