02:00 PM - 06:00 PM

pH Designs, 1st floor, Pratharna Complex, Nr Induben khakhra vala, Girish Cold Drinks, C.G Road, Ahmedabad, India

Registration fees: INR 1200 per head

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TICKETS ARE STRICTLY FIRST COME FIRST SERVED BASIS

Note :
1. Due to highly detailed nature of Gond, we recommend you to carry your glasses if you have power in your eyes.

2. We will try and keep the environment of the workshop light with music.

3. We will be providing you the materials necessary for the workshop. However if you wish to carry anything extra you may do so.

4. Please reach the venue 15 minutes before the time of the workshop so we can start the workshop on time.

2017-05-05 14:00:00 2017-05-05 18:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Gond Art Workshop

India is a treasure of rich cultural arts and traditions, which have been established thousands of years ago.

One such art is Gond which traces its roots back to the Dravidian era. Gonds are an adivasi tribe settled in Central India who practice the mystical Gond art by putting together simple dots and lines to create paintings that are symbolic representation of mother nature and her different elements. These paintings appeal to the modern artistic sensibilities and their dominant themes are of folklore, tattoos and natural elements.

The artist use natural colours derived from Charcoal, colored soil, plant sap, leaves, and cow dung. With the course of time Gond art has switched onto canvas and paper by talented artist.

Workshop Details:
– History of gond art
– Baics
– Hands on exercise on placement mat

The 4 hour workshop demystifies this magical art by giving you one-on-one experience opportunity with the artist and a chance to create your own art piece.

All the materials provide by us. Participants will take home a placement mat along with them.

pH Designs, 1st floor, Pratharna Complex, Nr Induben khakhra vala, Girish Cold Drinks, C.G Road, Ahmedabad, India

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

India is a treasure of rich cultural arts and traditions, which have been established thousands of years ago.

One such art is Gond which traces its roots back to the Dravidian era. Gonds are an adivasi tribe settled in Central India who practice the mystical Gond art by putting together simple dots and lines to create paintings that are symbolic representation of mother nature and her different elements. These paintings appeal to the modern artistic sensibilities and their dominant themes are of folklore, tattoos and natural elements.

The artist use natural colours derived from Charcoal, colored soil, plant sap, leaves, and cow dung. With the course of time Gond art has switched onto canvas and paper by talented artist.

Workshop Details:
– History of gond art
– Baics
– Hands on exercise on placement mat

The 4 hour workshop demystifies this magical art by giving you one-on-one experience opportunity with the artist and a chance to create your own art piece.

All the materials provide by us. Participants will take home a placement mat along with them.

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Undergraduate Students Symposi ...

Heritage is a broad umbrella term that encompasses a variety of aspects that we (humans) value. Though a popular and conventional reference would always be with grand monuments, the term heritage is equally applicable to vernacular buildings, settlements, archaeological and historic sites, cultural practices, knowledge and skills, crafts, music, performing arts, celebrations and festivals, natural features, biodiversity, and so on. In the growing academic literature, professional fields of practices, government initiatives as well as the global institutions like UNESCO, heritage is increasingly recognized as a broad term and a much needed basis for our future and sustainable development. Young students in any discipline today should have at least some level of sensitivity towards this concept which matters both in personal life and professional careers. Those who have built a passion and interest around the theme can actually develop a unique niche for themselves in future. However, there are not many opportunities for young students to explore this idea. The Undergraduate Students Symposium and Workshop series on Heritage studies aims to fill the gap. The programme aims to engage interested participants in dual goals of i) sharing their understanding of heritage, and ii) learning what is happening in the larger context in the arena of heritage. This specific symposium cum workshop is organized by the Centre for Heritage Management at Ahmedabad University after a successful inaugural international conference on Heritage Management Education and Practice, with a theme this year (July 2017) on ‘Exploring Connections across Disciplines and Stakeholders’. The students symposium cum workshop is explicitly designed for undergraduate students across all disciplines with some interest in Heritage Studies. The inaugural edition of this students symposium is scheduled on November 25 – 26, 2017 at Ahmedabad University. The programme will coincide with the Heritage Week celebrations in Ahmedabad. Who can participate? Students currently pursuing any Bachelor’s degree programmes (preferably final year students) or recent graduates from various disciplines such as Archaeology, Design, Performing Arts, Management, Architecture, History, Science & Technology, Humanities & Social Sciences, Environmental Studies, Tourism, etc. Participants will also have the option of presenting their research/thesis/project/term papers related to heritage (this is optional but highly encouraged). Source: ahduni.edu.in  

2017-11-25 05:30:00 2017-11-26 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Undergraduate Students Symposi ...

Heritage is a broad umbrella term that encompasses a variety of aspects that we (humans) value. Though a popular and conventional reference would always be with grand monuments, the term heritage is equally applicable to vernacular buildings, settlements, archaeological and historic sites, cultural practices, knowledge and skills, crafts, music, performing arts, celebrations and festivals, natural features, biodiversity, and so on. In the growing academic literature, professional fields of practices, government initiatives as well as the global institutions like UNESCO, heritage is increasingly recognized as a broad term and a much needed basis for our future and sustainable development. Young students in any discipline today should have at least some level of sensitivity towards this concept which matters both in personal life and professional careers. Those who have built a passion and interest around the theme can actually develop a unique niche for themselves in future. However, there are not many opportunities for young students to explore this idea. The Undergraduate Students Symposium and Workshop series on Heritage studies aims to fill the gap. The programme aims to engage interested participants in dual goals of i) sharing their understanding of heritage, and ii) learning what is happening in the larger context in the arena of heritage.

This specific symposium cum workshop is organized by the Centre for Heritage Management at Ahmedabad University after a successful inaugural international conference on Heritage Management Education and Practice, with a theme this year (July 2017) on ‘Exploring Connections across Disciplines and Stakeholders’. The students symposium cum workshop is explicitly designed for undergraduate students across all disciplines with some interest in Heritage Studies. The inaugural edition of this students symposium is scheduled on November 25 – 26, 2017 at Ahmedabad University. The programme will coincide with the Heritage Week celebrations in Ahmedabad.

Who can participate?
Students currently pursuing any Bachelor’s degree programmes (preferably final year students) or recent graduates from various disciplines such as Archaeology, Design, Performing Arts, Management, Architecture, History, Science & Technology, Humanities & Social Sciences, Environmental Studies, Tourism, etc. Participants will also have the option of presenting their research/thesis/project/term papers related to heritage (this is optional but highly encouraged).

Source: ahduni.edu.in

 

Centre for Heritage Management - Ahmedabad University, Asmita Bhava, Opposite H.L Commerce College, Near Commerce Six Roads, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380009

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An Opportunity for Undergraduate students/recent graduates to explore the field of heritage and share their own thoughts/works while also learning from peers and professionals! The last date to submit the online application form and Statement of Interest for participation (portfolio of presentation if willing to present in Symposium): October 6, 2017 Programme Highlights: * Students’ Symposium – opportunity for interested students and recent graduates to present their research or class projects. * Special Heritage Walk in the Old City of Ahmedabad, a World Heritage Property (inscribed in WHS in 2017), followed by a discussion with AMC officials and experts. * Networking Opportunities with faculty & experts from heritage sector; students and alumni of Centre for Heritage Management, Ahmedabad University. * Expert lectures: – Overview of the Heritage Discourses. – Heritage Sectors in India: Challenges & Opportunities. – Understanding World Heritage Process. – Intangible Heritage Convention: Opportunities & Challenges. – Current Heritage related Schemes of Government of India. – Heritage sectors in India and abroad: Organizations & Key Areas of Engagement including World Heritage, Heritage Tourism, – Conservation / Restoration of Heritage properties, and so on. – Case Studies on Urban Heritage; Natural Heritage; Crafts & Creative Sector; Archaeology; Intangible Heritage; Traditional crafts in Contemporary Arts; Capitalizing on Historic Built Heritage; Role of NGOs in supporting crafts community Source: Facebook

2017-11-25 05:30:00 2017-11-26 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Symposium and Workshop on Heri ...

An Opportunity for Undergraduate students/recent graduates to explore the field of heritage and share their own thoughts/works while also learning from peers and professionals!

The last date to submit the online application form and Statement of Interest for participation (portfolio of presentation if willing to present in Symposium): October 6, 2017

Programme Highlights:
* Students’ Symposium – opportunity for interested students and recent graduates to present their research or class projects.

* Special Heritage Walk in the Old City of Ahmedabad, a World Heritage Property (inscribed in WHS in 2017), followed by a discussion with AMC officials and experts.

* Networking Opportunities with faculty & experts from heritage sector; students and alumni of Centre for Heritage Management, Ahmedabad University.

* Expert lectures:
– Overview of the Heritage Discourses.
– Heritage Sectors in India: Challenges & Opportunities.
– Understanding World Heritage Process.
– Intangible Heritage Convention: Opportunities & Challenges.
– Current Heritage related Schemes of Government of India.
– Heritage sectors in India and abroad: Organizations & Key Areas of Engagement including World Heritage, Heritage Tourism,
– Conservation / Restoration of Heritage properties, and so on.
– Case Studies on Urban Heritage; Natural Heritage; Crafts & Creative Sector; Archaeology; Intangible Heritage; Traditional crafts in Contemporary Arts; Capitalizing on Historic Built Heritage; Role of NGOs in supporting crafts community

Source: Facebook

Centre for Heritage Management-Ahmedabad University
Asmita Bhavan, Principal SV Desai Marg, Opposite H.L Commerce College, Near Commerce Six Roads, Navrangapura, Ahmedabad, India 380009

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