SHIMLA,25.05.18-Mahsu art Shimla closes its six day long art workshop on 25 May 2018. It was a productive and a wonderful art workshop in collaboration with the state museum, Shimla.

The chief guest was Dr Pankaj Lalit, additional commisioner of transport, H.P. and the guest of honour was Dr Hari Chauhan, curator of state museum,Shimla.

Mahsu Art Shimla is an organisatio  Which believes oopportunities of excellence in art should reach far and wide, and benefit all those gifted artists who may not necessarily be privileged enough to receive training at the centre but remain on the periphery.It is a stage where established artists join hands with the learners of art to groom them into professionals.

It is an organisation with a belief that art has the power to bridge humanity. It is dedicated to provide a connection between the artists and the art lovers. With its varied events, the organisation works to put forward the talent of different artists working in various media and genres of art.

These five days working with 31 different artists have been an inspiration to the art lovers and the artsits. The participating artists are Dr Him Chatterjee from Shimla,Dr Mujeeb Husain from Shimla,Dr Japal S from Punjab, Mukesh Sharma from Punjab, Dr Amit Kanwar from Shimla, Neeraj Jangra from Haryana, Prateek Gangta from Shimla, Manisha Bhatia from Shimla, Diksha Chitkara from Haryana,Pinki Saini from Haryana, Namita Chahal from Haryana, Neha Mehta from Shimla, Tsering Youdol from Ladakh, Puran Thapa from Nepal, Neelam Rana from Solan, Shagun Bhatia from Solan , Arwinder Singh from Punjab, Aditya Singh from Shimla, Ambika Sood from Shimla, Sahil Singh Masand from U.P, Prerna Gupta from Punjab, Jashandeep Kaur from Punjab, Anjali Thakur from Shimla, Jamuna Gurung from Nepal, Nitish kumar from Mandi, Yog Raj from Mandi, Tamanna from Mandi, Jatin Pal from Mandi, Priyanka from Mandi, Shweta from Mandi, Kiran from Mandi, Vikas Kham from Nepal and Susmita Rai from Nepal.

These thirty one artists working in different styles have come together with a hope to make  a sort of emotional map of various locations reaching out people in far off places.