Creativeland Asia joins forces with IIT Bombay's Mood Indigo as creative competitions partner

Logo_Mood Indigo copy.jpgCreativeland Asia has partnered with IIT Bombay's Mood Indigo as the "Creative Competitions Partner". The event is scheduled from 22nd to 25th December 2017 at the IIT Bombay Campus.
The competitions will include 18 categories divided under Design and Digital Arts, Fine Arts, Literary Arts, Travel Blogging, Journalism & Communication. Winners will get a chance to meet with Sajan Raj Kurup, Founder & Creative Chairman, Creativeland Asia Group, and will be eligible for an internship program at Creativeland Asia.
Sajan Raj Kurup, Founder and Creative Chairman, Creativeland Asia Group said, "Creativeland is a creative ecosystem that exists to collaborate and inspire creativity in everyone. We found the right fit in partnering IIT Bombay's Mood Indigo as it gives us an opportunity to identify and nurture young creative minds. I'm looking forward to the competition and interacting with the participants."
Karan Trichal, PR Head, IIT Bombay Mood Indigo said, "Mood Indigo is the largest college cultural festival in Asia and brings with it a lot of excitement and great talent. It is an honour for us to partner with a renowned and credible firm like Creativeland Asia. Their work has inspired us for years and through this association, we hope to imbibe their creativity and culture. It is a fantastic opportunity for all the participants to learn and grow with their guidance."
Mood Indigo or Mood-I, as it is fondly called, is the annual cultural festival of IIT Bombay. The average footfall marks an enormous 1,39,00 which speaks for itself. The fest is a stage of opportunities to the youth to showcase their talents in front of large audiences and top-notch judges.

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