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ALL ENGROSSED: Children from different schools participating in an art camp organised by the Chittari Foundation and Chittari Young World in Gulbarga on Sunday.
ALL ENGROSSED: Children from different schools participating in an art camp organised by the Chittari Foundation and Chittari Young World in Gulbarga on Sunday.

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Over 300 children participate in art camp organised free of cost in Gulbarga

GULBARGA: Hundreds of children on Sunday participated in an art camp organised by Chittari Foundation and Chittari Young World to hone their skills under the watchful eyes of expert painters and teachers from fine arts schools and colleges here.

Overwhelming response

Director of the Chittari Foundation Venkataswamy Chittari said that the response to the camp was overwhelming with more than 300 children participating.

The camp was organised free of cost by Chittari Foundation and Chittari Young World.

Teachers from reputed art schools and colleges had volunteered to teach the willing students and help them brush up their knowledge in painting and in using the right combination of colours and medium.

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Mr. Chittari said that the foundation and Chittari Young World had been organising such camps regularly in the city to give an opportunity to children to better their skills in painting. They had organised painting competitions and camps on different occasions such as World Environment Day, World AIDS Day and World No Tobacco Day. At the end of the camp, the best works were given prizes and certificates.

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