Chitrakatha: Representation of Krishna in Indian Art

11:00 AM - 02:00 PM

Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum & N.C. Mehta Gallery, Nr. Gujarat University, Navarangpura, Ahmedabad

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2016-08-21 11:00:00 2016-08-21 14:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Chitrakatha: Representation of Krishna in Indian Art

On the occasion to celebrate Janmashtami
The L.D. Museum & N.C. Mehta Gallery organizes CHITRAKATHA: Representation of Krishna in Indian Art

Every individual have a shared experience of looking, seeing, thinking, feeling and talking about visual arts. ‘Chitrakatha: Representation of Krishna in Indian Art’ is a participatory activity to begin a dialogue through Presentation. Here, all the participants are expected to present their story based on their individual thoughts, ideas, understanding in respond to the theme, ‘Representation of Krishna in Indian Art’. All the participants have freedom to express their nurtured imagination in context of Krishna. Participation can be as an individual or in a group of maximum 6 participants. The medium of language (for presentation) can be English, Hindi or Gujarati. The duration of presentation is minimum 5 minutes and maximum 8 minutes. Their endevour is to connect more people and encourage them to participate with the Museum for the revival and appreciation of the cultural heritage of our country.

 

Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum & N.C. Mehta Gallery, Nr. Gujarat University, Navarangpura, Ahmedabad

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On the occasion to celebrate Janmashtami
The L.D. Museum & N.C. Mehta Gallery organizes CHITRAKATHA: Representation of Krishna in Indian Art

Every individual have a shared experience of looking, seeing, thinking, feeling and talking about visual arts. ‘Chitrakatha: Representation of Krishna in Indian Art’ is a participatory activity to begin a dialogue through Presentation. Here, all the participants are expected to present their story based on their individual thoughts, ideas, understanding in respond to the theme, ‘Representation of Krishna in Indian Art’. All the participants have freedom to express their nurtured imagination in context of Krishna. Participation can be as an individual or in a group of maximum 6 participants. The medium of language (for presentation) can be English, Hindi or Gujarati. The duration of presentation is minimum 5 minutes and maximum 8 minutes. Their endevour is to connect more people and encourage them to participate with the Museum for the revival and appreciation of the cultural heritage of our country.

 




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