I enjoyed the course a lot and was able to cultivate an interest in photography… Thank you so much Abin sir and Anu miss…KNOW MORE
We intend in promoting our students work and encourage them to the Professional world of Photography. Exhibition is never the final conclusion but a continuation of one’s work and a journey to experiment further new things. Our students’ photography exhibition has in fact proved as the motivation to the upcoming amateur photographers.
The 7th Photography Exhibition “TWIST 2014” organized at Lalithakala Akademi Thrissur, Kerala on 10th, 11th, 12th July 2014. As in all art forms, the first public performance of their artistic form is called “Arangettam” in Malayalam language; this exhibition was an Arangettam for the Creative Hut student photographers. A Turning point in their lives - “Twist” in their Professional Career, this exhibition has been the real twist for the 6th Professional Photography batch students. On this occasion, record winners from Creative Hut were awarded India Book of Records certificate for the World’s first Photography History Calendar. The event was inaugurated by Rev. Fr. Vargheese Paathadan, Residential Manager, Thrissur. Total 33 Photographs of 14 participants were exhibited in the canvas size. Creative hut students and Alumini who participated in the exhibition were Amithkumar K G, Gessal Sebastian, Bhasker Wadhwa, Isaac Vavachan, Kavisan K, Krishnanunni, Govind Vishwanath, Kiran Joseph, Manoj A, Sarat Babu, Sooraj S, Priyesh Balakrishnan, Neethu Eipe and Satheesh Kumar.
The 6th Photography exhibition “Chayachitra 2013” conducted at Kerala Lalithakala Akademi Kottayam on 28th, 29th, 30th June 2013. The word “Chayachitra” means “Photograph” in Indian language Hindi. This exhibition named Chayachitra was organized for the 5th Professional Photography batch students. During this exhibition, the National Camera Day was celebrated on 29th June. Exhibition was inaugurated by Shri. P.N.Krishnankutty Nair, General Council Member, Kerala Lalithkala Akademi. Participants for the exhibition were Govind Vishwanath, Hari Vasanth, Praveen P Nair, Kiran Joseph, Ram Sekar, Manoj, Midhun Raj and Dr. Sarat.
Creative Hut’s 5th Photography exhibition was conducted at Photo Video Fair, Gujarat University Exhibition Centre in August 2011. The success of 4th exhibition that is IPF 2011, Creative Hut was invited to exhibit those photographs at the Photo Video Fair, Gujarat. Students enthusiastically participated in this 10 days exhibition.
The 4th Photography Exhibition “International Photography Festival, IPF - 2011” was conducted at Sanskar Kendra, Paldi on 19th, 20th and 21st August 2011. The event was inaugurated by Kajal Oza Vaidya (Gujarati Author).
Old Camera exhibition was organized during the Photography exhibition “Sanskriti 2010” at Ravishankar Rawal kala Bhavan from 28th to 31st 2010. Above 150 vintage cameras were exhibited, led by our visiting faculty Subin Shah and his wife.
The 3rd Photography exhibition “Sanskriti - 2010” conducted at Ravishankar Rawal kala Bhavan, Ahmedabad Gujarat on 28th, 29th, 30th and 31st October 2011. “Sanskriti” means “Tradition” and in this exhibition, Photographs that were exhibited showcased various Indian culture and tradition. The exhibition was inaugurated by one of the Gujarat origin Photographers, Shri Pranal Patel. 27 photographers exhibited in total 180 photos.
The 2nd Photography exhibition was conducted at Anayas Art gallery, Ahmedabad Gujarat from 19th to 21st August 2010. 16 amateur photographers exhibited their photographs on this exhibition. The inaugurator of this exhibition RJ Raj from All India Radio quoted that “These pictures are very well shot. This exhibition is an inspiration to all youngsters who want to pursue the career in Photography”
The first Photography exhibition conducted at Orchid mall, Ahmedabad Gujarat in 2009. Six Photographers exhibited in total 30 best photographs in this exhibition. Apart from being having the credit of the first photography exhibition conducted by Creative Hut, it was also an effort taken to promote amateur photographers.