New Delhi.Inspired by his teachings on the 151st birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Google Arts & Culture on Friday launched an online exhibition ‘Be the voices of change via postcards (Be the voice of change through postcards)’.
This online exhibition has been organized in collaboration with the non-profit ‘Letterfarm’ in Kochi. It aims to inspire people to change through messages written or painted on hand-drawn postcards.
The postcards displayed in this exhibition portray the “transformative ideas” of ordinary citizens. These postcards have been selected through the ‘Changefarm Nationwide’ Change 15 Community Art Project. The exhibition showcased things on topics of national importance such as’ equality, ‘education’, ‘nation’, ‘governance’, ‘health’, ‘community action’, ‘women’s empowerment’, ‘environment’, ‘rights’ and’ humanity ‘. Has been done. Google Art and Culture will launch an exhibition every Friday for the next nine weeks from October 2.
Under this scheme, the first exhibition will be launched on Gandhi Jayanti by Boxing Champion Mary Kom on the theme of “equality”.
Letterforms co-founder Saji Mathew said, “The handwritten transformative ideas on the postcard are nothing short of the collective voices of the people of India articulating their vision for our society and our country in the future.” They come from the ordinary Indian beyond caste, creed, culture and economic status. (Agency)