While attending Glass Art Society conference at San Jose, USA in 2015, Reshmi discovered Robert Minkoff Foundation which advocates and encourages lasting change in the lives of all people – especially those who are economically disadvantaged or are physically, emotionally or psychologically vulnerable – by introducing and cultivating a love of art and to foster a passion for appreciating and creating art which in turn someway brings a change towards a beautiful future.

This understanding gave Reshmi the idea, that she would also do such a program in India out of her studio and work towards bringing some positive change in people’s lives. So, taking inspiration from the talk and knowledge she gained from the conference, she planned for her studio, Glass Sutra, to sincerely work and create programs that reach out to people from all walks of life, be it children, youth, or adults, and particularly the differently-abled children and underprivileged girl child. Such specialized programs are designed to help develop their respective skills in the medium of Glass Art, which further trains them in various aspects of life skills and boosts their self-confidence and self-worth.

 

Programs coming soon……