Academy's Handicraft Store 'Artizans' - Diwali Sale
Academy of Creative Arts is proud to announce a special Diwali sale of items from their Handicraft store "Artizans"... Artizans offers a unique collection of diy art kits, clothing and accessories created by handicraft artisans - proceeds from which directly benefit the artists who created them...
You are welcome to go check out these colorful artifacts to make your Diwali even more special and wonderful... even better when there is a 20-30% discount on Diwali sale...
On this occasion of Diwali Academy is also offering Free Hindi and hindustani vocal trial class to promote our language, our culture and our music...
"We would like our next generation to stay attached to our values and culture and thats the sole purpose of Academy - to expose our next generation to various forms of creative and performing arts as well as our language and culture..." said the founder Java Joshi.
Academy of Creative Arts is a school where 35+ different forms of creative and performing art programs such as Art, Music, Dance, Henna / Mehndi, Public Speaking, Karate, Theatre & Acting etc. are taught under ONE roof at their 18000 sq.ft facility in Burlington.
Academy now also rents space for special events and can accommodate small 40-50 people parties to large 200+ people events. Please checkout www.academyofcreativearts.com for more information about their programs.
Don't forget to check out the Artizans Diwali sale from Oct 18 to Nov 11 at Academy of Creative Arts - 12 A Street, Burlington, MA 01803
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