Personal exhibition of Zhanna Bhasker
Creating a new tourism product is always very exciting, but a bit scary.
It's scary because you never know if your product will be accepted by consumers. Whether it will become fashionable or will it fail. And interesting because everything new is necessarily changing the world and if you manage to change the world for the better, it's great!
Now nobody can be surprised by the usual travel, when everything is on schedule, when the same tourist service can be obtained in any tour company and by and large there is no difference from whom the tourist will buy a tour. That is why we are always looking for new ideas. And of course, we realize our dreams. That is exactly how, a little over a year ago, we launched a new format of tours - Art Travels!
A year has passed and we can already say that our new direction is loved by travelers. We conducted amazing programs in Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Russia. These were not just standard programs, but real trips with meaning. We learned to paint, and immersed ourselves in history and traditions, met incredibly interesting people, every day we went to new places that will remain in our memory for a long time. And at the end of October we are going to Uzbekistan again.
But such a journey is impossible without the “main character”, in our case it is an amazing artist - Zhanna Bhasker. Zhanna has an incredible combination of talents. First of all, she herself loves to travel and explore the world. Passing on knowledge, teaching painting - she finds a special meaning in this. But most importantly, Zhanna is a very talented artist. Here's what she says about herself as an artist:
I can not write or draw in one style, it is as if several artistic personalities live inside me, with their own Alter Ego, and each comes out when she wants to throw out a creative idea on canvas using her own technique.
So there you go! On October 13, 2023, a personal exhibition of Zhanna Bhasker opens in the center of Moscow. The exhibition will be held from October 13 to October 19, at Kiselny Lane, building 3
The opening of the exhibition will take place at 18:00. Free admission!