GAVS is hosting an Art exhibition showcasing paintings paintings and sculptures of specially-abled creative people and artists from College of Fine Arts, Chennai. The art expo organized by GAVS along with NASSCOM and Great Lakes Institute of Management, HeART Beat Foundation.
The expo was inaugurated by John Fleming, Principal Commercial Officer, US Consulate General, Chennai in the presence of cine actress Gowthami, GAVS CEO Sumit Ganguli, V.S. Ramana Heart Beat Foundation, at GAVS Chennai Office in Shollinganallur. The exhibition will remain open to the public till May 5.
GAVS CEO, Sumit Ganguli said, “GAVS, has been following the concept of STEM to STEAM believes that if Art can be incorporated in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, we would have more-multidimensional technologists out of India, and help drive innovation and promote creative, out of the box thinking that can take advantage of the changing business landscape and drive success.
“Today’s software development is about interacting with clients and users directly, the programming is strictly a means unto an end, and even the means is getting reengineered into Design. In today’s Agile Methodology we need people to be ableto work at various intersections of business, technology and experience and here we need multifaceted engineers with Art infused in their expertise. We need folks to be able to communicate, visualize, dream, imagine, and there we need practitioners with big picture and big idea mentality. “
“Today we need more pc biern solvers, we need innovator’s to prorhote new 97.s-flip/ors like. Ubers, Amazon, Ola, Flipkart and entirely new banking concepts like. Block Chains and Bit Coins – and this needs a very different mindset. We need folks to use Math without thinking about numbers, from scaling to actual creations with precision and more importantly approach everything as a problem to solve, we need Design Thinking.” — Sumit Ganguli .
According to Ramana, Heart Beat Foundation, “HeART BEAT Foundation musters art-training, supports art-material and aids, holds exclusive ‘Charity Exhibition & Sale’ of works of art by the Specially-abled, along with collaborators/support-groups.