Coloring India Foundation
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|Type||Non Governmental Organisation|
|Purpose||To provide structured Fine Arts education|
|Mr. Anup K.|
|Gayatri Burde, Kavitha J|
|Website||Coloring India Foundation, Bengaluru|
Coloring India Foundation (ಕಲರಿ೦ಗ್ಇ ಡಿಯಾ ಡೇಶನ್) is a non-profit organization founded in 2011 by Anup K. to contribute in field Fine Art. The foundation is headquartered 38th Cross Road, 4th T Block East,Pattabhirama Nagar, Jayanagar, in Bengaluru, India.
Coloring India foundation founded in 2013 by Anup K. contribute to Fine Art Education. Coloring India foundation organise art classes, workshops teaching art to the underprivileged. Coloring india mentored by renowned artists like Sadhu Aliyur, Milind Mulick, S. Elayaraja
The foundation runs several institutions that contribute to society in the fields of fine art, culture and social work and for teaching art sketching sessions on Sundays at Cubbon Park called ‘Pencil and Chai’.These include:
1.Pencil And Chai- Fine Arts Gurukul’ (PAC)
2.Hues of Watercolors workshops at Venkatappa Art Gallery
- Tripathi, Shailaja (2016-06-24). "For a perfect stroke". The Hindu. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2017-12-13.
- "Sip a chai, pencil a portrait". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 2017-12-13.
- "Fine Arts Faculties Coloring India Foundation Bangalore". Fine Arts Education School of Fine Arts & Design - Coloring India Foundation. Retrieved 2017-12-13.
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