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Bar One Trust In Bengaluru Karnataka

Bar One Trust Information

BAR ONE is located in BENGALURU Karnataka . BAR ONE is registered as a Trust at Bengaluru of state Karnataka with Ngo unique registration ID 'KA/2011/0044847' . The NGO registration is done by Charity Commissioner with registration number BNG(U)-BMH/285 2007-08 on the date of 2007 September 28th Fri , Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of BAR ONE is Raghavendra Rao KV and Chief functionary officer is art and culture.

Bar One Trust Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
BAR ONE
Unique Id of VO/NGO
KA/2011/0044847
Chief Functionary
art and culture
Chairman
Raghavendra Rao KV
Secretary
Smitha Cariappa
Treasurer
Suresh Kumar Gopal Reddy

Registration Details

Registered With
Charity Commissioner
Type of NGO
Trust
Registration Number
BNG(U)-BMH/285 2007-08
City of Registration
Bengaluru
State of Registration
Karnataka
Date of Registration
28-09-2007
frca
no
NGO Registration certificate
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BAR ONE Contact details

State
Country
India
Telephone
080-41137796
Mobile Number
09880282402
Address
BENGALURU ARTIST RESIDENCY ONE OFFICE; NO.30 ( NEXT TO TEMPLE LANE), GARVEBAVIPALYA, HOSUR ROAD, BANGALORE-560097
Email
bar1studio@gmail.com
Website

Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This BAR ONE NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Art & Culture

Operational States

Karnataka

BAR ONE Major Activities and Achivements

Bengaluru Artist Residency One’ (BAR1) Collective is a non-proft exchange Programme by artists, for artists, to foster the local, Indian andinternational mutual exchange of ideas and experiences, through artist-residency programme in Bangalore. The charm of this Residency Programme inBangalore so far has been its personal and hands-on way of functioning. It has been run and conceptualized from within the local Bangalore artist community. Over the years, we have acquired the skill to both (a) host and (b) managesuch a residency, in addition to continuing our own successful art practice. This has resulted in many close friendships being built across cultures, and within the group. The residency has also been responsible for (a) facilitating interactions between artists, and (b) organizing workshops with other institutions such as artcolleges and their student bodies. In the past ten years, we have explored newerspaces for realizing the projects, both conventional and unconventional, like ArtInstitutions, galleries, public spaces for community projects; alternative spaceslike No1Shanthiroad, Samuha, ‘Jaaga’. The success of this programme has largely been due to the enthusiasm, commitment and hours of unpaid work by the artists in the collective.