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Open Air Museum of Waste-to-Art comes up in Odisha capital
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Bhubaneswar, Nov. 21 -- Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Tuesday inaugurated the country's first open air museum of waste-to-art in Odisha capital amid loud cheers.
The museum, located at Sector-7 in Kalinga Nagar here, will display 21 sculptures and installations made out of waste by national and international artists.
Inaugurating the event the event the Chief Minister said, "Bhubaneswar Open Air Museum of Waste-to-Art is a very god initiative. I congratulate the organisers for this effort to make the international art symposium successful. All the sculptures are strikingly beautiful.''
The open-air museum of waste-to-art is a joint initiative by Artists' Network Promoting Indian Culture (Anpic) and BDA. The venue will now be ...
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