Art camp and exhibition organized in Noida Sector 2 on World Disability Day

New Delhi: If the spirits are high, then even physical disability does not come in the way. Today this thing has been proved by all the artists present here who are engaged in living the battle of their life effectively.” Look at their talent, see their positivity. We have to connect them with the society, they do not consider anything bad, says Ramakrishna Vedala, secretary of Lalit Kala Akademi. The occasion was the Art Exhibition and Workshop organized on World Disability Day. One day Mega Art Camp “HELP” was organized by JITM Skills and GlanceArt at D-87, Sector 2 Noida to support and promote special-abled Artists. In this camp, 20 Divyang artists won the hearts of people with their art skills and their talent by doing live painting. On this occasion, Professor Yogesh Kumar, Director, JITM Skills said that his main objective is to change the behavior of people towards special-abled people and make them aware of their rights. These programs have been organized with the aim of uplifting the disabled, improving their health and socio-economic status, so that they can be of some help. The biggest problem facing them today is work. Any organization refuses to give them a job, because they are unable to explain things like common people. No one in the organization is able to understand by translating their point of view. My demands to the government are that the study of sign language should be started everywhere. Let us tell you that in this art camp all the artists were also rewarded with remuneration. Speaking on the occasion, Parul Mittal, Founder, GlanceArt, says, “Our aim is to send a message to the society that never ignore, support and respect the special-abled. On this occasion, she said that I would also like to salute such parents who have always supported these children with them in this fight of life, without considering them as a burden. All the Divyang artists who came here were also awarded with awards. Divyang artists showcased their art skills through live painting. The Divyang artists who were honored in this camp included Simran, Jeet, Vipul, Preeti etc.