It won’t be wrong to say that art is a phenomenon that does not discriminate- there’s a word, a note, a stroke for every feeling. From spelling out sheer ecstasy to being the ‘something concrete’ – art is all pervasive.
And marking this versatility and universality B.S.O (Bring your Soul Out) will be organised at Radisson Blu, Ludhiana on 2nd September,2017.
It was first actualised in the month of January 2017 by 3 individuals Jai Singh, Kumar Shantnu and Sukriti Bhardwaj.
It is a platform to gain recognition for the untapped artists who by any chance were not able to steer clear of the stereotype boundaries.
For the same aim, a pre-event press conference was held at Radisson Blu hotel MBD ,Ludhiana on 17th August, 2017 with the organisers and artists coming together to explain the central idea behind this event.
Jai Singh, an initiator and a singer, explained that this is am event for the artists and by the artists. B.S.O is the biggest platform for the artists to come up and showcase their talent for free.
Arindam Chakraborty General Manager, Radisson Blu Hotel MBD Ludhiana said,”Artists should get the right platform and budding artists are one who need motivation. He said, “BSO is an event that is connecting youth and catching them young to promote them among people who have desire to listen to new artists” he further added
Shriya from Innowiq , the design partner for B.S.O, told that this is a good platform for networking and showing your beat self to the public.
B.S.O as an event is not only for specific poets or musicians.
Kumar Shantnu, another initiator and a storyteller, explained that it is not just restricted to spoken word artists but visual artists as well who can put up exhibitions and sell their art.
The event conventionally believes that ‘whatever you do, make sure it impacts the society’.
Already done many book launches, art exhibits, photography exhibits, B.S.O is an event to be taken across India.
Sukriti , another initiator and a poet, said that within months not just Ludhiana but Chandigarh, Jaipur, Delhi has recognised B.S.O.
Aman, a flamenco guitarist , summed up the spirit by asking people to join us on 2ns September. An artist is incomplete without an audience.