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Nita Ambani shares her vision for India’s most modern cultural center in Mumbai; Called it a ‘tribute to India’s glorious heritage, traditions and heritage’

India’s most modern, prestigious and world-class cultural center for performing as well as visual arts gets ready for grand opening, Reliance Foundation Founder Chairperson Nita Ambani shares her vision for the first-of-its-kind landmark at Dil . of Mumbai named after him.

The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Center (NMACC) is located within the Jio World Center at Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) in Mumbai and the most sought after venue to showcase and bring to the world the best of India’s art and culture will form. India.

Nita Ambani called it a truly inclusive hub for artists and visitors as well as dreamers and creators, which aims to make art accessible to all with world-class infrastructure.

Describing NMACC as ‘our commitment to preserve and promote Indian arts’, Nita Ambani said, “I hope our venues nurture and inspire talent, bringing people together from across India and the world.”

NMACC is Nita Ambani’s dream project to create an international destination in India for local art, artists, performers and creators, available in regions like the US or Europe.

Isha Ambani announced the opening of NMACC in October 2022 to honor her mother’s love for the culture.

The four-storey NMACC will have 16000 sq ft of purpose-built exhibition space and three theatres. The largest of these, the 2,000-seat Grand Theatre, will include an extravagant and unique lotus-themed chandelier with 8,400 Swarovski crystals.

A trio of venues dedicated to the performing arts including The Grand Theatre, The Studio Theater and The Cube, built with state-of-the-art technology, offer a wide range of experiences, from intimate screenings and stimulating conversations to multilingual programming and international productions built to fulfill. The center will also launch Art House, a four-storey space to showcase leading Indian and international artists.

The doors of NMACC will open on 31st March 2023 with a grand three-day launch.

Friday, 31 March 2023:

Nations by Civilization: Journey of Our Nation: In the 2,000-seat Grand Theatre, acclaimed Indian playwright and director Firoz Abbas Khan will bring together a sensory narrative of Indian culture told through the principles of classical Natya Shastra, the ancient Sanskrit text on the performing arts. It reflects the spirit of India as a nation expressed through its rich repertoire of arts. With a cast of 300 and a 75-piece live orchestra, this production brings together extraordinary Indian talent across art forms such as dance, music and puppetry.

Saturday, 1 April 2023:

India in fashion: The Influence of Indian Dress and Textiles on the Fashionable Imagination: Curated by prolific author and costume expert Hamish Bowles, this exhibition explores the wide-ranging impact and influence of India’s sartorial traditions in textiles, jewelery and surface ornamentation on global fashion spanning the 18th-21st centuries finds out. , The exhibition is accompanied by a coffee table book published by Rizzoli, documenting for the first time the extensive history of India and its influence on fashion around the world.

Sunday, 2 April 2023:

Sangam Sangam: India’s leading cultural theorist Ranjit Hoskote and Jeffrey Deitch, American curator, former director of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles, and founders of their eponymous gallery, Sangam Confluence is a group art show that celebrates diverse cultural impulses and traditions Is. In the 16,000 sq. ft. Art House. The exhibition, spread over four levels, explores the plurality of India through the works of 10 respected and emerging Indian contemporary artists and Western artists influenced by India.

On this occasion, Isha Ambani also expressed her views about Nita Ambani and her dream project. He said:

“My mother Nita Ambani is a philanthropist, educationist, businesswoman…. But at her core, her strongest identity is that of a dancer. For more than 50 years he has danced every day. I have seen him devote time to his craft. His passion for art is unique. And she always wanted to create a space dedicated to the heritage and culture of India.

Over the past few years, my mother and I have worked tirelessly with our teams…to make her dream a reality. And it is my greatest honor to stand beside him and request him to share his vision with the world! On you, mom!

On this address of Isha Ambani, Nita Ambani got emotional and said:

“Thank you, Isha.


I stand before you as an artist and an Indian classical dancer. At the age of six, I chose to learn Bharatanatyam, the classical Indian dance form. It was a choice that empowered me, gave me confidence and helped shape the person I am today. I found my gift of expression and devotion in dance. Dance is a form of meditation for me. Something in me is so deeply attached to the world of art! I have worked with weavers and artisans for a long time through my Reliance Foundation. With immense joy and pride, I am delighted to present to you the realization of a life long dream – the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre.

NMACC is an honor for our nation. I hope it can become a platform for Indian art and culture for both the audience and the artistes. I hope it becomes a place that nurtures and inspires talent in the years to come. I hope this space welcomes you, and excites you. I look forward to welcoming all of you to the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre.

Thank you.”

नीता अंबानी ने मुंबई में भारत के सबसे आधुनिक सांस्कृतिक केंद्र के लिए अपना दृष्टिकोण साझा किया; इसे ‘भारत की गौरवशाली विरासत, परंपराओं और विरासत को श्रद्धांजलि’ बताया

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