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BIAL invites artwork proposals for KIA’s Terminal 2


Team Udayavani, Aug 29, 2020, 11:32 AM IST

 

Bengaluru: Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) has announced Call for Artwork, inviting artists and art groups to submit proposals art at Terminal 2 (T2) of Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru (KIAB/ BLR Airport). BLR Airport’s T2 will reflect two themes – Karnataka’s rich heritage and culture and Naurasa – the nine emotions highlighted in Bharata’s Natyashastra.

The proposals, invited for specific locations across T2, must be original and not a replica of previous work. An independent advisory panel and BIAL stakeholders will evaluate the proposals.

“As a gateway to new India, at BLR Airport, our aim is to give our travelers a true experience of our State and Country. Art has the amazing ability to create delight during a passenger’s journey through our Airport, and will provide a bit of wonder to the otherwise mundane act of boarding a flight. This is a great opportunity for artists to showcase their talent at an airport, which provides great visibility to both the artwork as well as artists,” said a BIAL spokesperson.

About BIAL’s Art Programme

BIAL’s Art Programme will include permanent displays and rotating exhibitions all coming together to enhance the aesthetics of T2 and create a meaningful experience for sharing stories about BLR Airport, Bengaluru’s culture and the very people who make it unique.

The Art Programme hopes to create lighter moments at the Terminal and evoke a feeling of pride among the people of Karnataka. BIAL’s Art Programme is aimed at making a journey a memorable experience, through art.

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