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Bengaluru to set up a plastic waste sculpture museum

Karnataka will soon open a museum of plastic garbage sculptures near Bengaluru’s attractive tourist destination of Nandi Hills to raise awareness. The goal is to use art to raise awareness about the negative consequences of plastic trash and to encourage others to take similar steps to promote garbage recycling and safeguard our environment in every way possible.

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The Fellowship for young artists to create sculptures out of plastic waste was officially launched by Karnataka Chief Minister and NITI Aayog Vice-Chairman. The winning sculptures will be exhibited at a museum of plastic waste sculptures in Bengaluru’s Nandi Hills, a popular weekend destination. Wecare and Discovery Village, among other partners, are supporting the Kriti Fellowship. It is one of The Hyphen’s many initiatives aimed at guiding the potential of youth for nation-building. Entries will be accepted by a variety of young artists, with the top 25 being chosen by an eminent panel and mentored over several weeks.

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