Mar 15-18, 2017
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Kanoria Centre For Arts, University Road, Ahmedabad
Open for age groups 12 and above
LIMITED SEATS ONLY.
Kanoria Centre For Arts, Opp. Gujarat University, Ahmedabad (Dhruvi Patel 9723433803)
Creativeyatra.com studio: 404, Anand Mangal 3, Tulsibaug Road, Opp. Core House, Nr. parimal Underpass, Ambavadi, Ahmedabad.
Early Bird Discount: Pay on or before 5th March 2017 and avail 15% discount.
Details of all three Workshops
Wood Block Making: by Ghanshyam Gajjar
The village of Pethapur in Gandhinagar is known for its wood block makers. The makers carve intricate designs on teak wood using their skill. These blocks are then sent to block printing centers, that use them to print designs on fabric. Come to the workshop and create a block from your idea, and learn the craft of wood block carving from a practicing artisan.
Duration: 4 days
15-18th march 2017, 4.30 to 7.30 pm
Fees: Rs. 1800/-
Mud- Mirror Work (Lippan Kaam) : by Urmilaben
Elegantly sculpted by hand, mud relief work embellished with mirrors is a magnificent craft form that uses geometric patterns to create exquisite decor. This ancient Mural art form bestows an ethereal vibration to any space. Learn this art form, which has traditionally been a domain of women from Kutch, and is till today an inseparable part of ‘Bhunga’ decor. Urmilaben, a generational crafts person, will lead you into the world of mud and mirrors.
Duration : 4 days
15-18th march 2017, 4.30 to 7.30 pm
Fees : Rs. 1800/-
Zardosi Hand Embroidery: by Ansari Shahid Hussain
‘Zar’ meaning gold and ‘Dozi’ meaning embroidery in Persian, Zardosi is one of a kind handicraft prevalent since the time of Rig Veda. Participate in this mesmerizing craft and learn to grow three-dimensional flowers and leaves using a thread and a needle. Ansari Shahid Hussain has the unique distinction of creating art work of Heritage Monuments using Zardosi Craft. He is part of EU sponsored Ahmedabad Heritage Ventures Limited (AHVL) project.
Duration : 2 days
15-16th march 2017, 1.00 pm to 4.00 pm
Fees : Rs. 1200/-
Feb 20-24, 2019
Learn about the subtle art of Dramatic reading from expert Naishadh Purani! વાચિકમ્ performance require diction, voice modulation, emotional dynamics and an understanding of pauses. Join us at Theatre Media Centre for a 4 day intensive workshop followed by a graduation performance. Source : Facebook.
Feb 24, 2019
Through this one day experiment with charcoal and soft pastels we will explore the versatility of charcoal and the brilliance & vibrancy of soft pastels. Combination of these mediums creates a magic on the surface they are applied. Please carry a few rags if possible along with a curious and creative bent of mind. For booking, Call us on +91 8306363530 / 9428110033 Source : Facebook.
Feb 25, 2019 - Mar 03, 2019
A 7-day Theatre Workshop to be conducted by Saumya Joshi at Ouroboros Art Hub. SAUMYA JOSHI He is a poet, writer, playwright, director and actor from Gujarat, India. He is known in Gujarati theatre for his plays like Aaj Jaane ki Zid na Karo, Welcome Zindagi, 102 Not Out and many more stretching out to a rich experience of Art and Craft. 102 Not Out also later got made into a film, starring Amitabh Bachhan. Greenroom ma Andharu (2008; Darkness in the Greenroom) is a collection of his poems. He has been awarded by Chandravadan Chimanlal Mehta Award for his contribution to Gujarati theatre in 2013. He is also recipients of the Yuva Gaurav Puraskar (2007) and Takhtasinh Parmar Prize (2008-09). Source : Facebook.
Feb 27-28, 2019
Impasto is a technique used in painting, where paint is laid on an area of the surface in very thick layers, usually thick enough that the brush or painting-knife strokes are visible. Paint can also be mixed right on the canvas. This workshop is organized by pH Designs in collaboration with Versatile Maniacs. Workshop Details : – Introduction to different palette knifes. Introduction to concept of light and shadow. – Stroke techniques. – Color mixing and merging with knifes. – Application with knife. – Basic painting with brush. – Sealing the artwork. – Students will be provided practice sheets of basic shapes to practice the strokes, develop the technique and get the grip of knife before they finally do it on canvas. – After practice on day 1 students get the digital image of artwork which they have to get color printed for the next day and do the final artwork of floral impasto knife painting on canvass size of 12*16. – What students need to bring: A carbon paper, basic stationery, newspapers and apron. Source: Facebook
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