Noida: Artists throng to first-ever networking meet at Park Balluchi
Noida: Artists throng to first-ever networking meet at Park Balluchi
Ramesh Kumar
Noida: Artists throng to first-ever networking meet at Park Balluchi
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Noida: Artists throng to first-ever networking meet at Park Balluchi

In one of its kind events, an artists’ meet was organised at Park Balluchi, a food joint in Sector 77, Noida, with an objective to bring different artists on a single platform for networking purposes. Seeing it as a good opportunity, artists from across Delhi-NCR thronged to the meet.

Priyanka Sagar Maheshwari, co-owner of the food joint and one of the members of organising team, said that this was maiden meet for artists coming from different fields. She said, "Through the meet, we aimed at creating collaboration of all artists, who have excelled in their respective art forms.”

During the meet, the hall exhibited positive vibes. People were enthralled by Anamika Gautam’s theatre lead. Bonding and networking over delicious lunch served by Park Balluchi was a great bonus.

Here are the details of the participants who made it a successful event:

Anamika Gautam: She is an NSD alumni, B.Ed and MBA, having three decades of rich experience in teaching life skills, life coaching and theatre. She brought all participants closer through her theatrical games and skills.



Priyanka Sagar Maheshwari: She is the brain behind this concept of networking among creative people. Full of enthusiasm, she wants to connect the dots and make this a regular affair. She aspires to use her venue for the purpose of promoting artists and encouraging learning apart from generating business opportunities between the members of the art meet.

Priyamvda Puri: She was the brilliant anchor for entire show. From oration to dance and theatre, she moulded herself to the different art forms. She is the one who creates beauty among people and their families by running Affinity Express Unisex Salon. 

Manisha Dixit: An architect by qualification, Manisha Dixit is passionate about music & drama. She had developed the drama program ’Drama Nukkad’ at Musicology. Earlier, she was given an excellence award by Trinity College, London.

Annu Mehta: She has been working towards the promotion of theatre as a process oriented and a highly stimulating form of methodology to help children develop in life and learning skills and grow into confident human beings. She has made huge inroads into 'Theatre for Children' by doing many interactive story enactments for kids with the team of professional actors.

Mridul Aggarwal: She is an artist who enjoys watercolours and charcoal. She has exhibited in various countries like Italy, Dubai, Switzerland to name a few. She is also recipient of few awards including Abu Rawash Art Prize- Notre Dame cathedral contest, Top Ten 2019.


Tanvi Saraiya: She is a certified calligrapher and artist who believes that life is all about learning. She takes calligraphy classes, pottery classes and holds a month-long summer camp as well.

Prinshi Gupta: Drawing is self-exploration and self-relaxation to her. She is presently engaged in drawing & art. She is teaching from last 6 years. Besides teaching, she loves doing portraits, landscape/religious acrylic painting.


Neena Mittal: Earlier, she had a showroom of ethnic wear in GIP and currently she is learning painting from ‘Triveni Kala Sangam.’ She is a budding artist and a coordinator of Noida Circle Of Moms. If there if any task given to Neena, consider it done!

Mallika Mishra: She is an entrepreneur with her food business. She likes to share her joy of cooking with everyone. Her hand-crafted pickles and other delicacies are enjoyed by one and all.


Deepika Pahwa Kapoor: She is a post graduate in mathematics and loves being an educator. Currently, she is empowering women to be a strong self through the platform of Noida Circle of Moms. Her forte in art is doodling which gives her immense rejuvenation in times of stress.

Abhilasha Daga: She is a surprise planner by profession and a yoga instructor by hobby. Acharaj, which means surprise, is the name of her services where she creates surprises and helps in creating memories. Through Aaroghay, she trains mind to heal body and soul.


Prerna Sharma: She is a qualified kathak dance faculty who is also an active theatre enthusiast. She teaches classical dance and works closely with children in theatre. Her recent initiative is the childrens’ ‘Ramleela’ in Noida.


Nikhil Verma: He is an expert in media, marketing and branding solutions for corporates and small businesses. He is a multidimensional artist with theatre music and Bollywood in his soul. He plans to be the next lead artist for second artists' meet at Park Balluchi.