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Art Escape has partnered with Idyl World for holding all their activities. In the recent past they had a drumming event that saw members of the band Taal Inc distributing 150 drums to the audience and asked them to play alongwith them as a therapeutic workshop. Last week, Art Escape had organised a workshop on permaculture. "It means permanent agriculture in which people were given tips on growing your own garden, organic farming and so on," says Vishwamitra, adding that all the events organised by them aim at getting like-minded people together to connect and share their interests. On Sunday evening, the group will hold Open Mic Open Mind which will be facilitated by Orchestrated Q'Works (OQ), a theatre company under which the participants can showcase their talents like poetry, drama, story and so on.
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