The 100-member FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO)delegation visited on Sunday the recently opened Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre in Mumbai. Led by its Chairperson Ms Ritu Shah, 100 FLO Hyderabad members explored a first-of-its-kind, multi-disciplinary cultural space in the sphere of arts.
Mr Tim Brinkman, Performing Arts expert, experienced in developing and launching world-class venues and Business Head NMACC (Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre) facilitated the FLO delegation.
The opening of the newest landmark in Mumbai took the cultural world by storm and it evoked a lot of response among our members. We wanted to be among the first Hyderabadis to explore it said Ritu Shah.
We understand that NMACC aims to preserve and promote India’s rich art, culture and heritage, through varied art forms. The spaces nurture and inspire talent, bringing together communities from across India and the globe Ritu Shah, Chairperson of FLO Hyderabad.
The Members visited the Studio Theatre, The Cube, Art House, Sangam- The Confluence, India in Fashion Exhibition and The Dhirubhai Ambani Square.
The delegation witnessed the International Award-Winning Broadway Musical “The Sound of Music at The Grand Theatre which was a surreal experience.
It was a great learning experience for the entire delegation to witness how the corporate world has meticulously conceptualized a centre with immersive experiences to showcase the best of India across music, theatre, fine arts and crafts to audiences from India and the world, Ritu Shah added.