An all-in-one extravaganza
How about music, tattoo making, sketching, stand up comedy, theatre and photography under one roof? This is your last chance to be a part of the first ever Artgig in the Capital.music Updated: Sep 04, 2011 01:23 IST
Being organised by a group of like minded people called Arthack, this two-month long event Dreamlogue Artgig concludes today with a musical gig.
With three live performances by Indian musicians and one each by artists from Singapore and Poland, the Artgig that is a Singaporean concept, will see many youngsters take part in it.
“Unlike in India, Artgigs are very common in Singapore. We thought of introducing Delhi youngsters to this concept and the response has been overwhelming,” says Nicholas Foo, the organiser and one of the vocalists to perform today.
The gig provides an independent platform for young artists to perform and interact. “Budding artists and photographers such as Raghav Mandava and Shiv Ahuja have taken part in the gig and conducted workshops for us,” adds Foo.