26-28 January, 2018
Art camp for up to 50 artists on site in Shravanabelagola during the month of January 2018. The works created at the camp will be exhibited in February during the Mahamastakabhisheka.
The festival includes an art camp which will be organized before the Mahamastakabhisheka.
- Art Camp Date: 26th to 28th January, 2018
The camp aims at inviting artist at Shravanabelagola, get inspired by the culture, history and heritage of Shravanabelagola and create beautiful work of arts. Click for camp schedule.
Live Painting Demonstration
19th - 26th February, 2018
Bhagwan Bahubali Statue,
Artsit will perform live painting demonstration while the abhishek / kalash of the 57 foot high Bhagwan Bahubali statue is performed. This is for the first time when exclusive event of such sort will be held during the Mahamastakabhisheka at Shravanabelagola.
A once in a lifetime opportunity to watch and perform during the Mahamastakabhisheka at Shravanabelagola. Live painting demonstration will be held daily from the 19th to 26th February 2018. Limited two slots are available for performing live painting while the kalash will be performed.
Fine Art Exhibition
4000 sq ft gallery
17th - 26th February, 2018
MMC Expo, Exhibition Centre,
An exhibition of all the artwork created during the workshops and the live sessions will be on display in a specially designed 4000 sq ft gallery between 17th and 26th February, 2018.
100+ exclusive fine arts paintings specially commissioned for the Shravanabelagola Arts Festival will be on display for the public. The exhibition will be open for all without any charges.
A roadshow across major art galleries across India to exhibit the works produced during the event to showcase the art, architecture, history and heritage of Shravanabelagola.
The artwork will be on display at various top galleries in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai and other major cities in India.
The purpose and aim to do a roadshow is to create awareness and spread the art, culture, architecture, history and heritage of Bhagwan Bahubali and Shravanabelagola.