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

For booking visit here

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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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.

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