This year, as the second wave of Covid 19 continues the need for welfare services and essentials is only larger. To help patients get the critical medical care they require we have teamed with Mission Oxygen (Democracy People Foundation) who are going to the very last mile to help people get oxygen aid.
Delhi NCR seems to have stabilised for now but other regions are in a more precarious situation. Seeing the detoriating situation in other states, Mission Oxygen took on the challenge and is now helping provide oxygen across the country to inflicted patients in Jammu and Kashmir, Mizoram, Karnataka, Telangana, Goa, , Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Odisha, Jharkhand and Maharashtra.
As of 18th May, 1000+ oxygen concentrators have been installed in 100+ hospitals and another 2000 are being allocated. One oxygen plant was made operational at Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Hospital, 12 days ahead of time! Another oxygen plant is being installed at Malakjgiri Hospital, Telangana. In total, they plan to install 5,000 concentrators and 30 oxygen plants.
Last year, Ojas Art associated with ArtMatters (Teamwork Fine Art Society) and helped provide support to marginalised artist communities across the country.
Considering these precarious times, support to arts and artists is absolutely essential, without which we will surely lose out on a very rich part of our aesthetic traditions. Now, with the second wave and the associated economic devastation it brings, indigenous (tribal and traditional) artists find themselves highly marginalised as they were just about coming out of the economic shock of the first wave.
Through this exhibition / catalogue we present selected works by the best artists, and seek your support in raising resources for Mission Oxygen and patronage for the artists whose art we present.
25% of revenue generated will go directly to Mission Oxygen and the rest will go towards the larger indigenous (tribal and traditional) art ecosystem.
Thanking you in advance for your support.