The camp involved over 37 painters from Odisha and outside with inputs from some overseas artists.
The title of the camp was ‘Neelakandara’ (the other name of Lord Jagannath’s Temple). It was co-organised by Odisha Lalit Kala Akademi and Odisha Tourism and supported by NALCO.
The national artists camp aims at delivering number of creative expressions of the Lord through the eyes of young and eminent artists of the land.
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