Art fills the streets and the flea market features handicrafts straight from the artisans across IndiaLocal secret: Skip the fancy flea markets for this one for the best of Indian artisans. Watch out for cool exhibits like Bonsai shows and painting classes
Chitrakala Parishath is the visual art gallery located at Bangalore and most happening place for art exhibition, puppets show, leather selling. A perfect place to showcase your artistic skills in Exhibition which helps you recognize by huge crowd across the world. The place got few permanent paintings, crafts, sculptures etc. displayed in gallery.IMPORTANT : Mark your dates to display yours arts, crafts and paintings every year 1st Sunday of January Location - Kumarakrupa Rd, Kumara Park East, Seshadripuram, Bengaluru.Entry fee - Zero rupees for viewers To exhibit your paintings, drawings & crafts one must participate in competition that starts prior two month and evaluation happens based on the criteria and only selected artists will be allowed to display yours arts in public. The way of art is mind blowing and beautiful with huge number of colorful paintings displayed by artist across the different states from India on streets. The paintings are ranged based on the evaluation starting from Thousands of rupees to Lakhs. The streets also sells chats, fresh juice drinks and snacks which will make extra fun. The entire art exhibition will definitely take a day or two to completely view and explore each individual creators arts displayed.Visitors purchase and donate the paintings to Chithrakala Institution where in the amount earned will be donated to orphans for a good cause. A weekend at this place will definitely worth visiting being a Bangalore-an. Attaching some of paintings snaps displayed in January 6th 2019 by Creators."Art Speak Where Words are Unable to Explain"Thank you,Usha L
Of all the inexpensive things to do in Bangalore, a visit to the Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath—an essential part of Bangalore's cultural history and contemporary art scene—is a must. This art gallery that hosts a wide array of Indian and international artists. It is also a centre of Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage, the community which has worked hard for the restoration of paintings at the Mysore Palace, Bangalore Town Hall and Vidhana Soudha. The best time to visit Chitrakala is during Chitra Santhe, a festival that brings together artists from around the country. The Chitra Santhe usually happens in the first week of January.