Concern India Foundation is delighted to present, Pause for a Cause “Summer Silhouettes” an exhibition cum sale of traditional & contemporary textiles, clothing, jewellery & accessories.
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Mumbai, 17th March 2010:-. Concern India Foundation is delighted to present, Pause for a Cause “Summer Silhouettes” an exhibition cum sale of traditional & contemporary textiles, clothing, jewellery & accessories. The exhibition will be held from 18th to 19th March, from 10.30 a.m to 7 p.m at Coomaraswamy Hall at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly Prince of Wales Museum), Fort, Mumbai.
The exhibition will feature works like kalamkaari, block print , telia roomal , chikankari, chanderi , phulkaari, mulls, kantha, tussores, accessories & jewellery,. Participating in Pause for a Cause are many upcoming designers such as Anuradha Raman (Delhi) harmonious blends of weaves-the telia roomal, handblock prints & flawless embroidery in hand woven saris and stoles , Desire (Bhuj) colours and embroidery of Kutch Bhuj goontha material with handwork ,traditional kurtas etc, Manju’s Collection (Kolkata) cotton salwar kurtas , tunics and organzaa saris, Vishal Kapoor (Delhi) experimental layouts on fine cotton, block printed embellished with zardosi & aari embroidery soft shimmering textileswith patterns created in weaving, fine mulls , inlay patterning on dupattas in rich weaves, Weavers ethnic (Kullu) kantha on saris and stoles.
Concern India Foundation, a charitable trust organizes various fund raising events, one of which is Pause for a Cause. The funds raised will go towards fulfilling our commitment of ‘Helping People Help Themselves’ towards the grass roots level programs which we support.
Concern India Foundation
Started in 1991 by Mr. Ardeshir B K Dubash, Concern India Foundation is a non-profit, public charitable trust that supports development-oriented organizations working with the most vulnerable people of our society in the areas of education, health, community development and the environment.
Concern India Foundation believes the disadvantaged need opportunities not charity and provides financial and non-financial support to development-oriented organizations working at the grassroots levels to bring about positive change.
Concern India Foundation reaches out in various ways to more than 100 programs through our offices in Mumbai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata and Pune (Resource Center).
For more information please contact Ameeta Munshi, Concern India Foundation, Ador House ,6 K Dubash Marg, Mumbai 400001, Tel:22855487,email- communicationsconcerindia.org