New Delhi, India, March 13, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Tagore Foundation (www.tagorefoundation.org), a registered not-for-profit that works towards empowerment of youth, is showcasing the work of aspiring artists at the Convention Foyer in India Habitat Centre located on Lodhi Road in New Delhi, from March 11-13. The exhibition that is open for public is a platform for young women to showcase their work and raise funds for education and youth development projects. At the end of the three day exhibition, the young artists will not only have the opportunity to interact with hundreds of art enthusiasts, but also receive invaluable feedback from Bipasha Sen Gupta, a renowned artist who is empaneled with Tagore Foundation.
About Tagore Foundation:
Headquartered in New Delhi, India, Tagore Foundation (TF) facilitates development of young people's leadership and analytical skills. The organization supports young people between the age of 16 and 35 to conceptualize and implement community based projects that challenge stereotypes and forge sustainable partnerships. Recently, Tagore Foundation worked with United Nations and other Civil Society Organizations for My World, the United Nations global survey for a better world that was conducted in over 190 countries.