BURLINGTON, MA–Founders of the Academy of Creative Arts Java Joshi and Hetal Joshi add another venture to their array of programs supporting various forms of creative and performing arts. This time they are venturing into promoting the art from artisans of India who make thier livelihood on creating handicrafts.
Academy of Creative Arts now will have an Artizans gift store where articles from various artists from India will be on sale. Proceeds from the sales will benefit the artists who created them.
The Artizans store contains everything from DIY Art and Painting kits, to doll making kits, Dupatta block printing kits to colorful embroidered gift articles like mobile carrying case, ipad carrying case, potli purses, small gift potlis (bags), clothing, accessories, etc.
The DIY Art kids are perfect for engaging in a creative process for any event or to make a great birthday party activity. Clothing collection is perfect combination of rural art meeting urban needs… the new age artizans have found a way to appeal the new generation of fashion enthusiasts creating a unique blend of art and style. Its a wonderful way to support artists while exploring and enjoying products of our artizans.
“In line with our vision to bring all forms of creative and performing arts under one roof at Academy of Creative Arts… We now want to create opportunities for handicraft artists to showcase and sell their work directly to consumers through our new venture ARTIZANS – THE HANDICRAFT STORE… Royalties from the sales go directly to the local artists involved in creating these products,” Joshis said in a statement.
Artizans will kick off with a Mothers day special sale at the Academy of Creative Arts Saturday May 12 and Sunday May 13 from 11 am to 5 pm at 12 A Street, Burlington, MA 01803.