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Show Your Support for Delhi's Biggest Photo Festival with BitGiving

Kasturi posted on 07 September

The upcoming Delhi Photo Festival has joined hands with BitGiving to start a crowdsourcing campaign. The community of enthusiasts, practitioners and users can participate and do their bit to jumpstart the much-awaited event this year.

The more, the merrier

Me-Mo_ Diego Ibarra SanchezPhotograph by Diego Ibarra Sanchez

As we know, the Delhi Photography Festival is upon us and we cannot be more excited. It will showcase the best of contemporary art in a public space to create awareness, appreciation and most of all, delight. And this is why #DPF2015 is looking towards its community of enthusiasts and experts to help fund the extraordinary festival this year.

What’s in it for you?

There are five levels of donation, and doing your bit means a free pass to their many goodies and exclusive events, curated just for you. Be a DPF Friend by contributing INR 500 or more and get yourself a badge. You can also donate more than INR 1,000 and find yourself with a handy DPF catalogue and exclusive gallery walk on 30th October. A DPF Enthusiast {donation of INR 7,500} will be rewarded with a copy of Nazar Photography Monographs 03 by Kanu Gandhi, which will be launched at #DPF2015. A DPF Patron will be invited to be a part of the opening reception and a DPF Benefactor will be presented with one open edition art print along with all the other goodies {for INR 25,000 and INR 75,000 respectively}.

Donate some love

The costs of the entire festival can go over 60 lakhs, but DPF is targeting INR 10 lakhs, just to get the project jumpstarted. The donations will be used for the production of exhibitions and other events and seminars. These will include infrastructural needs like printing, mounting, framing, display systems, installation, lighting systems, site management, and catalogue publication amongst other expenses. As Prashant Panjiar {Co-founder, DPF} says, it is a labour of love and they want it to become one for you too. So go ahead and pitch in at the BitGiving link here.

Find out more about DPF 2015 here. 

When: 30th Oct-8th Nov

Where: IGNCA, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, CV Mess, Janpath

Nearest Metro Station: Janpath

For regular updates, follow their website here.

Follow the DPF blog here.

More Information

Cultural Centres

Indira Gandhi National Centre For Arts

Location Details

11, Rajpath Area, Central Secretariat, New Delhi