Community Art Project
Collaborative Art Space’s Community Art Project, will have individuals living, studying or working in a community – a building, a society, a locality or an institution (school, college, companies or organizations) – collaborate with each other to create an environmentally friendly art piece.
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Art Project & Online Exhibition
Exhibition and project catalogue released featuring artwork of nineteen wonderful young artists
Young Artist Collaborative Techspressionist Art Exhibition, Opening Ceremony & Walkthrough
Collaborate. Create. Explore.
Collaborative Art Space uses collaboration as a tool to foster artistic growth and creativity, by organizing international art projects, connecting artists to create collaborative artworks in various mediums.
5 September 2022 – 25 September 2022
Online/Offline is a young artist collaborative techspressionist art project & exhibition wherein two young artists from different schools collaborated with each other to create two digital artworks, exploring the idea of Online/Offline.
The opening ceremony & exhibition walk through was held on zoom at 6:30 PM on 5th September 2022. It featured a talk by artists Colin Goldberg & Karen LaFleur.
Two Zero Two One & New Day, New Month, New Year.
24 December 2021 – 19 January 2022
Virtual Exhibition: Two Zero Two One and New Day, New Month, New Year is the first exhibition presented by Collaborative Art Space showcasing the works of 43 artists from all over the world created collaboratively during art projects, Two Zero Two One (33 artists from all over the world, above of age of 18 working in trios) and New, Day, New Month, New Year (10 young artists from India, aged 14 – 18 working in duos).
To celebrate the opening of the online exhibition, Collaborative Art Space held an exhibition walk through on 24th December 2021, 6:00PM IST. The walk through featured a talk on Techpressionism by Colin Goldberg.
Two Zero Two One
5 December 2021 – 19 December 2021
On 5th December 2021, the in person exhibition for Two Zero Two One was inaugurated at TASMAI, Pondicherry with Lisa Talbot Barre, Consul general of France in Pondicherry & Chennai as the guest of honour. The exhibition ran up to 19th December 2021.
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