It's the closest the city will get to Shantiniketan or Nalanda. The best part is, there's no guru dakshina either here. It's free.
Bringing people's art to people, Shilparamam is a crafts village at Madhapur, conceived over 7 years ago with a determination to change the prevailing pursuit of culture as a leisure-time activity. For the past four years, it has created a canvas that helped in unfolding the patterns of culture deeply rooted in our tradition - "a rebirth of a heritage, a reincarnation of arts and crafts".
In its endeavor to promote both painting and sculpture as a part of art, Shilparamam is arranging a summer camp for students in the above medium. The sculptors' camp will be on for a period of 20 days, in which students from JNTU and the Telugu University will take part. The painters' camp, which is scheduled from 11th to 19th of May, will draw students from JNTU, the Telugu University and the Sri Venkateshwara College of Fine Arts. Interested students can get in touch with Narasimha Rao or Raghava Rao at their office at Tank Bund Road.
Please contact 345-2492 for further details.