MFPA in the News
News media is a source to get our voice across to a lot more people. These acknowledgments take our artists one step closer to revolutionizing the world of art.
IMFPA featured in CSR Mandate Magazine
CSR Mandate did a story on IMFPA featuring four of our artists; Shrilekha Mandalapalli, Sheela Sharma, Manjibhai Lavjibhai Ramani and Jesfer Pulikkathody.
IMFPA artists featured in the Times of India
The article covers an events held by IMFPA in cooperation with Kochi Biennale Foundation(KBF). IMFPA members, Ganesh Kumar and Jesfer Pulikkathody are featured voicing their opinion about how some platforms are inaccessible to artists like them.
Ravindra M. V. featured in Gomantak Times
Painting to these artists are more than a mere hobby or a stable and easy life but it is what holds them straight mentally and physically. The report features our artist Ravindran M. V who speaks about his journey as a differently abled artist being 90 percent disabled from the age of two and a half. He talks about the need of MFPA in the life of every such artist as a backbone.
Sunitha Thrippanikkara featured in Mathrubhumi
The featured report is on IMFPA artist Sunitha who was a part of an exhibition organised by Karnataka Art Parishath. Along with exhibiting her work, Sunitha also did a live demonstration putting everyone in admiration.
Mridul Ghosh featured in Gomantak Times
The report is on our artist Mridul Ghosh, featuring his venture from becoming disabled to being an artist. Mridul talks about how painting and IMFPA became that important factor in his life supporting him to the best.
Swapna and Jilumol featured as a part of Kochi-Muziris Biennale
IMFPA members Swapna Augustine and Jilumol Thomas got captured giving a live demonstration in an event involving nine differently abled artists during Kochi Muziris Biennale.
A feature on mouth artist Srilekha Mandalapalli
Srilekha Mandalapalli, our artist from Hyderabad is appreciated for her dedication towards art.
Ramakrishnan V featured in Gomantak Times
IMFPA artist Ramakrishnan V. got featured in Gomantak Times. The report highlights how he survived his restrictions to live the best of his life. Painting became his partner in fighting his limitations.
Bandenawaz Nadaf appreciated for his artistic flare
Bandenawaz Nadaf was part of an exhibition at Bhandup. It took place in Bhagwati Niwas lane in Bhayandar, as the street was converted to an exhibition site for a day. Along with exhibiting his painting, Bandenawaz gave live demonstration to the visitors.