Delhi International Arts Festival Opened at Marwah Studios

Marwah Studios

December 18, 2018 ( PR Submission Site ) Noida: A grand opening of the 12th Edition of Delhi International Arts Festival took place at Marwah Studios in film city Noida with huge audience waiting for all interesting programs to happen.

Delhi International Arts Festival is the India’s signature arts festival. In its 12th year it has the participation of artists from 21 countries and 200 Indian artists.

Padma Shri Pratibha Prahlad internationally acclaimed danseuse is the founder festival Director of this iconic festival.

The five days program at Marwah Studios started with the inauguration of Painting Exhibition by Gauri Sahni where colorful paintings were displayed for the general public to enjoy the art.

YoYo Guest from China, Larry T. Hill of Australia and Yash Kapoor of Canada along with Indian Artists formally opened the event. “We are lucky that for the first time Delhi International Arts festival has extended its boundaries to Noida and Marwah Studios has been opted as the venue for it. We have planned whole sum entertainment for the audience which will give enough education and information to people,” said Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios.

A dance recital in Kathak by Anu Sinha and troupe followed by thrilling performance by seven members of Shanghai Traditional Arts Centre, China, an interesting performance by Larry T. Hill an Australian Artist and followed by Yash Kapoor Hip Hop Performer from Canada. Later Sandeep Marwah honored all the artists with festival memento.

Prasiddha Foundation and Forum for Arts Beyond Borders design the event. International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry, Asian Academy of Film And Television, Radio Noida and MSTV supported it. Ministry of Culture, Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Tourism Government of India and Government of Delhi blessed the festival.


Delhi International Arts Festival at Marwah Studios, Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of Marwah Studios

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