Flagship Programmes

Amaravati Poetic Prism – A Multilingual International Poets Meet

Amaravati Poetic Prism, the signature Flagship Program of CCVA is an International Poetry Anthology and the International Multilingual Poets’ Meetcompiled and edited by Ms. Padmaja Iyengar-Paddy, Honorary Literary Advisor. This popular international multilingual poetry anthology has gained ample recognition and applause from all quarters, attracting some of the most talented poets from all corners of the world!!

Art beyond Boundaries: 3 Day Art camp by Telangana Artists

The Cultural Centre of Vijayawada & Amaravati (CCVA)in association with M/s BSR Infratech India Ltd. and M/s Srinivasa Hatcheries conducted a3- Day Artists Camp titled ‘Art Beyond Boundaries’ from 17th to 19th October 2015 at Vijayawada. The objective of this Camp was to re-establish the universal fact that Art and Artists have no boundaries. 12 Selective and Renowned Artists from Telangana have participated and rendered contributory performance of painting arts / crafting artistic creations. The arts created were displayed in a show. The Artworks were auctioned and an amount of Rs. 12 lakhs was received through sale proceeds, which was contributed for the Development of Amaravati, the Capital City of Andhra Pradesh(Chief Minister’s Relief) fund.

Natyasravanti- A Monthly Dance Programme

CCVA organizesNatyasravanti, monthly Dance Program Series to promote research-oriented and innovative Dance Artists. The journey that began in 2016 has enabled us to showcase all the Classical Dance forms of India for the past 4 years. To widen the base of the programme, CCVA also plans to organize Natyasravanti ( GirijanNritya and JanapadaNritya ) to showcase and encourage the talents of the promising and upcoming Artistes in folk and Tribal Dances of India.

Preserve Heritage for Posterity Campaign

Preserve Heritage for Posterity is a campaign launched by the CCVA in 2015 to bring awareness among the villagers on Preservation of Archaeological Remains, Historical Monuments, Sculptures and Inscription in their Villages. This campaign also aims at sensitizing the Local Communities on the much-neglected Heritage assets of our Country in order to involve in protecting them. So far 185 Sites, Monuments, Inscription, and Sculptures have been identified which range in date from the prehistoric times to the Vijayanagara Period. CCVA has documented nearly 27 Heritage Structures within the City of Vijayawada and also documented the archaeological relics and Historical Monuments in the 29 villagers of the APCRDA region. CCVA has also been organizing several Heritage Walks and Treks for Heritage Lovers in Vijayawada.

CCVA Scholar Artist scheme

We have initiated CCVA Scholar Artist Scheme in order to encourage the Budding talent and creative ideas of the Economically backward students of Art. We aspire to support artistic talent and liberate artists from their academic expenses so that they can pursue their art education and dedicate themselves to making art full time. CCVA has adopted Mr. Erappa, and Economically Backward student pursuing Master of Fine Arts Degree at the College of Fine Arts, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.