The Fine Arts Society of Ramjas College, Mélange, ardently aspires to motivate the ingenious minds in exhibiting their wonderful talent, by invigorating to engage in competition and make every effort to color the world around them with the zest of creativity. Mélange flagged off its year by holding its two-round auditions for ‘Ramjasians’ in the last week of September. Enthused by the new entrants, the society commenced its year with a family of thirty Creative Heads. The following office bearers were selected for 2012-2013 session: President –Pratiksha Agarwalla, Vice President – Surabhi Chopra, Secretary- Riya Marya and Treasurer-Hitesh Athwani. A string of constructive workshops about sponge, sand and charcoal painting and animation were conducted throughout the year to enhance the artistic skills of the members. The society has, as always, an impressive list of wins to its name in events like T-shirt painting, Poster-Making, Tattoo Designing, Rangoli making and sketching. It bagged the first prize in Hansraj, Deen Dayal Upadhya, Janki Devi, Gargi and Shaheed Rajguru College for women. Their annual festival – EXPRESSOEZZ-13, which will take place on 5th and 6th March, provides an excellent platform for students to react, interact and mingle with the wonderful world of budding artists, leaders and entrepreneurs of tomorrow. It helps enhancing awareness, recognition and hence inspires everyone to be a part of Mélange-one of the most eminent fine arts societies in the entire Delhi University. The society gained immense appreciation for last year’s fest, EXPRESSOEZZ-12’s exuberant, effervescent, and vibrant art work as well as the collective endeavor which made the fest a grand event altogether. In a nutshell, a splendid performance by Mélange has set a benchmark to strive towards excellency. Visit their Facebook for more details http://www.facebook.com/exp12 Fine Arts Society Ramjas College]]>
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