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Introduction To Bharatnatyam

08.00 PM

Online workshop

With Tickets Rs. 500

2021-05-19 20:00:00 2021-05-31 00:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Introduction To Bharatnatyam

Learn the artform that originated in the temples of Tamil Nadu, embrace the classical spirit in you!

What you’ll learn

Basics of Bharatnatyam
The different hand symbols required in the dance form
The various positions crucial to performing bharatnatyam
Exercises that enhance muscle control

Requirements of this course

– Space designated to allow dancers to move
– An interest in classical dancing
– An interest in learning new styles

Benefits of this course

– Improved posture
– Better muscle control
– Insight on classical dance styles
– Improved body language

Course best suited for

– Students who have an interest in classical dancing
Students interested in learning new styles

Course Description

Bharatnatyam is an all encompassing dance form that covers everything from tricky postures, endless hand symbols and gestures to extremely affective facial expressions that help a dancer’s overall performance and can be applied to any style they wish to learn there after.

A popularly sought after dance form such as this one teaches one not only how culturally rich a style can be, but also helps improve aspects that may not be dance related such as:

– Bettering posture
– Imbibing grace into body language
– Confidence boosting
– Helps with bringing expression into your performances

This course brings you a wonderful introduction to the world of Bharatanatyam dancing and helps you experiment with varied movements when dancing to see what suits you best!

This course breaks down the various steps of editing in order to equip you with complete knowledge, get ready to impress viewers with your new-found skills!

Online workshop

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

Learn the artform that originated in the temples of Tamil Nadu, embrace the classical spirit in you!

What you’ll learn

Basics of Bharatnatyam
The different hand symbols required in the dance form
The various positions crucial to performing bharatnatyam
Exercises that enhance muscle control

Requirements of this course

– Space designated to allow dancers to move
– An interest in classical dancing
– An interest in learning new styles

Benefits of this course

– Improved posture
– Better muscle control
– Insight on classical dance styles
– Improved body language

Course best suited for

– Students who have an interest in classical dancing
Students interested in learning new styles

Course Description

Bharatnatyam is an all encompassing dance form that covers everything from tricky postures, endless hand symbols and gestures to extremely affective facial expressions that help a dancer’s overall performance and can be applied to any style they wish to learn there after.

A popularly sought after dance form such as this one teaches one not only how culturally rich a style can be, but also helps improve aspects that may not be dance related such as:

– Bettering posture
– Imbibing grace into body language
– Confidence boosting
– Helps with bringing expression into your performances

This course brings you a wonderful introduction to the world of Bharatanatyam dancing and helps you experiment with varied movements when dancing to see what suits you best!

This course breaks down the various steps of editing in order to equip you with complete knowledge, get ready to impress viewers with your new-found skills!


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This workshop will introduce children to hands-on working with one of the oldest natural materials humans have worked with – clay.

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Activity:

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Takeaways:

Motor skills enhancement
Understanding volume of an object
Structure of natural objects
Interacting with elements of nature.

About Mentor:

Prachi has completed a Bachelor of Fine Art from the prestigious Sir JJ School of Art Mumbai in Ceramics and pottery. She has 7+ years of experience of working with clay as a professional and is inclined towards offering new material skills to learners of all age. Over the years she has introduced clay to more than 1000 individuals.

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Likla, an ever-curious learner and a voracious reader, found her calling as a writer. With Art1st, she has been writing children’s books about art. With Little Light she writes about the pedagogy of self. She creates comics about cats and nature, with her sister and illustrator Keya Lall. She is a part of PanicNot!, a TTRPG writer’s collective. She also loves dancing, creating games, and doodling.

‘Eye Spy Indigenous Art’ leads young readers to the magic of folk and tribal art traditions in India, from which emanate all motifs, designs, hues, shapes, strokes, and even ways of being in our culture. It covers eight indigenous Indian painting traditions to explore their genesis, stories, forms, techniques, processes, and artists, layer by layer, and entices the reader to engage with each through cues to contemplate, investigate, and create. The ingenious approach of the Eye Spy series brings forth a new understanding upon every perusal of the book, thereby making it a perfect long-term companion in the artistic awakening of the reader.

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