Maati An exploration in contemporary terracotta, organized by the Trust was the largest ever, event in Terracotta in the country. The event spread over one month began, with a 10 day camp comprising 20 Indian and International potters. The camp included firing techniques of the Indian traditional terracotta artists. The camp was held at Sanskriti Delhi Blue Ceramic centre. This was followed by an exhibition in which 100 potters took part, including 15 international potters from Turkey, Indonesia, Australia, France, United Kingdom, Switzerland and Thailand. The exhibition was inaugurated by Dr. Karan Singh. Artists gave live demonstration and lectures during the exhibition which was held at Visual Arts gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi.
Exhibition of works of Shortlisted Ceramic Artists for the, IHC-DBPT Excellence in Ceramic Award, held at Experimental Art Gallery, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi