‘Best part of Ink Storms festivals is anyone can come and perform’

From music performances to FIFA debate, the event had it all.

Written by Anmol Sharma | Chandigarh | Published: July 14, 2014 1:12:12 pm

After the success of their first event in June at Books and Brews, the second chapter of Ink Storms – Chandigarh’s first ever art festival – was celebrated at Girl in the Cafe, Sector 17, on Sunday. Ink Storms is Ainesh Mujoo’s mastermind and offers a platform for the youth to share their talents with one another.

From music performances to FIFA debate, the event had it all. “The atmosphere is pretty good. The best part of the Ink Storms festival is that anyone can come and perform and express themselves through their talents. I am here to cheer my friends who will be performing,” said Anish Ahuja, one of the attendees.

Various slam poets like Asees, Gursaya, Ashmeen, Anupriya and Ainesh graced the event with their  original work.

Art works of featured artists from the Ink Storms Facebook page were on display at the venue and added to the charm of the whole event.

“The ambience of this event is glorified by these art works. It truly is a wonderful platform for all the creative people out there,” said Sunil Chauhan, appreciating the art festival.

Drishti, one of the performers said, “It is a beautiful feeling while showcasing my art. It is an inspiring platform where we can mingle with similar souls. ”

“The purpose of the event was to bring together different artists, through which a stronger network could be built,” said Ainesh Mujoo.

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