Bengaluru: Malleswaram Mirror Special: Around Town: Bengaluru Art Festival

After two online festivals due to the pandemic, AIM is back with the 15th edition of the bangalore International Arts Festival. Inspired by Azadi l’Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, this year’s theme is to celebrate harmony through art. The festival will celebrate the work of two legends – Pandit Bhimsen Joshilegendary musician and Rani Vijaya Devi from Wadiyar family. They contributed to Indian culture and helped spread it across the world.

The festival will be inaugurated by the CN Ashwath Narayan September 16.

“Aim-BIAF, a festival celebrating harmony through the arts, has had a great impact on the public of Bengaluru, every year the calendar is set for September, like any other international festival across the world. ‘has become the biggest historical festival of Karnataka across the world. Artists from all over the world come to perform every year,” says Veena Murthy Vijayone of the directors of BIAF.
The festival will be ticketless and will have performances by artist Veena Suma Sudhindra and famous classical singer Manasi Prasad among many other things.

So if you are an art lover, don’t miss this event.

The BIAF takes place at the Chowdiah Memorial Hall in Malleswaram until September 18. It starts at 6:30 p.m.


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