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ARTS ACADEMY: Aims & Objects

Atiya Begum Faizi, Three Arts Circle [subject].

Published by 3 Arts Academy, Bombay
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The prospectus for "the establishment of a Society which will represent the cultural and artistic elements in the life of India". Single sheet, folded. 4 pp. Printed on green paper by A. Kothari & Co. Published in the late 1920s. "A great center to be created in Bombay" which would include a "Foundation education institution for girls", Ladies Club, Bazar, Boat House and swimming pool, a restaurant, a journal flatlets, and the "Three Arts Circle" which would meet daily from 4 to 9 p.m. and present "illustrated lectures, variety shows, concerts, recitals, competitions for creative Talent of every sort and description". Atiya Begum was an important figure in the socio-cultural field in India during the early half of the 20th century. Among her publications are "Sangeet of India" and "Indian Music". Fine with the original mailing envelope. Bookseller Inventory # 001742

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Title: ARTS ACADEMY: Aims & Objects

Publisher: 3 Arts Academy, Bombay

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