Art & Culture plays an important role in the development of our nation. Art and culture has a wider, more measurable impact on our economy, health and wellbeing, society and education.
Ida recognizes the impact to help people to think of our art and culture for what they are: a strategic national resource.
Ida foundation aims to protect and promote India’s art and culture and make it more relevant to younger generation.
An important Hindu festival celebrated across India, Navratri is devoted to Goddess Durga. Festival of Navratri is full of lights, joy and festivity. Everyday has its importance and meaning. People worship Goddess in three forms and try to enhance their physical, mental and spiritual practice in these nine days.
IDA-Foundation organized RAS Ramzat 2016 with the Motive - Tribute and Salute to the Indian Martyrs who sacrificed their lives for our nation.
IDA-Foundation organized RAS RASIYA 2017 with the Motive – Help a girl child complete her education “#AchhaLagega”
“The Artbeat”, an event organized by I Dream About… Foundation, with the purpose of creating awareness and importance for Art and Culture, and a Competition Spirit.
In the event, displayed the paintings, art work done by various artists of Daman, Silvassa and Valsad district, so that they get a unique platform. This was done for the first time in Vapi. The motto behind this event was to promote local artists and the people can avail art work from local market as well.
It's about reflecting the realities of youth culture in urban environments. Professionals form Sir J.J.school of arts had come to Vapi to support this lovely event to promote various social causes- Peace, Woman empowerment, corruption etc. A wonderful showcase was done by them all over the wall in the city of vapi. It's there to beautify a space, or identify it. It has some broader social commentary, or just be there to bring some chaos to the establishment. Many paintings tell us different aspects of life, how beautiful the world is and it also makes us realize that to what extent we are spoiling and where we are leading too.
As a way to promote and encourage Art and the concept of Beautification in our Vapi, this event was organised by the I Dream About... Foundation and Vapi Nagarpalika. The Event was successful and thanks to the hard work of all the artists and volunteers. We covered all the major schools of vapi with their best artist to come on the street and make their dreams come true by painting a WALL not on a paper which brings immense confidence and makes them highly creative. Generally such events are done by matured students of ART College students, but School students of VAPI showed their creativity which was highly appreciated by the Society.
As a way to promote and encourage Art and the concept of Beautification this event was organized by the I Dream About... Foundation at Surat in the school of Government Sardarvallbhbhaipatel prathmik shala, we covered all the major Areas of the School. We Paint the Cartoon Character, who gives the Knowledge of Math’s, Cleanliness, Kindness, and lots off. We have also created a poster of malala yousafzai – the girl who stood up for education ageist the Taliban and was also shoot by them. That poster will be inspiring the student for the education and also give them Power to raise their Voice for the education in equality.
Holi helps to bring the society together and strengthen the secular fabric of our country. Ranging from socio-cultural, religious to biological there is every reason why we must heartily enjoy the festival and cherish the reasons for its celebrations. We had gathered the underprivileged kids belonging to the Rural area schools with them IDA’s members provided with food, music and DJ, rain dance set up and in fact not only the kids but the IDA members had fun too.
IDA organized Rangoli competition not only to enhance participants’ imagination but also to intact our Indian tradition. Our objective is to encourage everyone to celebrate festivals in an innovative way. Organizing such events help youth to remain in close touch with their culture. It offers a chance for participants to gain substantial experience, adopt innovative techniques, showcase talents, analyze and evaluate outcomes and uncover personal ability.
Rangoli is a famous art form from India in which different shapes and designs are made on the floor or courtyards via materials such as coloured rice, dry flour, and colored sand or flower petals. It is usually made during festivals like Diwali Onam, Pongal etc.
This event was done as a part of Ida’s initiative to promote Art and bring people together for a festive occasion(Diwali).
The event was a huge success and a commendable work was done by members and participants. Participants were ready to color the world of imagination with their creation.
We had celebrated the festival by gathering people in a society and showing them presentation on solid waste management and also the kids were amazed to see such movie on waste management. The members of society asked us many questions regarding the waste solution and we had a nice conclusion of segregating waste at source. One of the members dressed as clause and gave gifts to the kids and explains the importance of waste segregation.