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GUWAHATI, Sept 7 - An exhibition titled �Hue � 2�, organised by the Sangeet Kala Niketan Art School, concluded at the State Art Gallery here yesterday evening. Both teachers and students showcased their creativity in the exhibition.

The exhibition, which was held from September 2 to 6, was inaugurated by Dr Soumen Bharatiya, president, Byatikram Mass Awareness and Social Development Organisation. Sculptor and artist Manoj Roy was present in the programme as chief guest.

There were around 76 frames on display, out of which 27 paintings were done by the teachers and the rest by the students of the school. Some of the teachers whose paintings were exhibited were Silpisikha Sharma, Niyati Das, Hrishikesh Nath, Bandana Gogoi, Usha Dey, Rupam Roy and Upasana Sharma.

The teachers used various mediums like terracotta, acrylic, pen and ink, pencil, oil colours, etc. in their paintings. The students also brought their hopes and dreams alive through their paintings.

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Exhibition of paintings

GUWAHATI, Sept 7 - An exhibition titled �Hue � 2�, organised by the Sangeet Kala Niketan Art School, concluded at the State Art Gallery here yesterday evening. Both teachers and students showcased their creativity in the exhibition.

The exhibition, which was held from September 2 to 6, was inaugurated by Dr Soumen Bharatiya, president, Byatikram Mass Awareness and Social Development Organisation. Sculptor and artist Manoj Roy was present in the programme as chief guest.

There were around 76 frames on display, out of which 27 paintings were done by the teachers and the rest by the students of the school. Some of the teachers whose paintings were exhibited were Silpisikha Sharma, Niyati Das, Hrishikesh Nath, Bandana Gogoi, Usha Dey, Rupam Roy and Upasana Sharma.

The teachers used various mediums like terracotta, acrylic, pen and ink, pencil, oil colours, etc. in their paintings. The students also brought their hopes and dreams alive through their paintings.

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