The Fine Arts Club organized a Mahatma Gandhi Wire-Sculpture Making event
To celebrate the birth anniversary of Father of the Nation – Mahatma Gandhi. The idea behind the event was to motivate the students to create art through sculpting. The students were guided to create a 3D wire sculpture of Mahatma Gandhi.
First year BAFTNMP students took lead in the event and enthusiastically created a beautiful 3D sculpture of the Mahatma. The thought to motivate hand-work, anatomical ideation and pure visualization took the shape of a beautiful sculpture. Students understood the importance of hand-word, an important aspect of arts and fine arts, something that has taken a backseat in this digital art age. The sculpture creation began on 1st October 2021 as an inspiring pre-cursor for the Gandhian month celebration and took about 22 days to come into complete shape. About 18 kg of insulated, black wire was used to shape a lovely 3D sculpture of the Mahatma.
The event helped the students to showcase their art and hand-work talent and inspired them to connect with Mahatma Gandhi in a very different and constructive manner.