Holding art camps for underprivileged children from various slums in Mumbai and Delhi. Our Art camps are created to give the children an equal social platform for them to interact with the society. Underprivileged children are mostly disengaged from main stream education, disruptive or withdrawn and mostly avoid going to school. Our camps are held at municipal schools, balwadis and patshala’s to encourage the children for not skipping school and that learning can be fun. In the last six years we have demonstrated that a caring and creative environment, even the most problematic child can learn and achieve through art.
Slum Painting and repairing initiative by Artist Rouble Nagi, currently painting over 7000 plus houses in Mumbai. The main goal is to give life to the slums and Villages and keep it clean and hygienic. Everything will be bright and colourful. We merely want to create interventions, that hopefully ignite some other change. In the end, we hope our Project “ MISAAL MUMBAI” will motivate people to take steps towards “Swachh Bharat”, be it Mumbai or anywhere else in India. Its the first slum painting initiative in India.
LEARN TO EARN
RNAF believes that learning/knowledge is the key to success, As our founder says “ Learn has earn in it”. We provide study material for students going to school even help with admission where required. Vocational Training programs in Art are conducted in-house. We sponsor education in whichever field for older students.
RNAF each year a selection of young and aspiring artists are chosen for a touring exhibition, which travels across the globe. Artists who cannot exhibit due to financial or physical restrictions are sponsored by the foundation. Handicapped artists have always been a part of past exhibitions and the foundation plans to promote them in the future as well.