Read to Lead - Young Readers' Conclave 2019

10.00 AM

REDBRICKS SCHOOL (SANTEJ CAMPUS)
Plot no 1385 & 1386, Near Arjun Farm, Shilaj - Rancharda Road, Ahmedabad 382721

Open for all – For passes and registrations, visit www.readtolead.co.in or call us on 9979500003

2019-12-13 10:00:00 2019-12-14 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Read to Lead - Young Readers' Conclave 2019

Read to Lead is a community event to promote the love of books and reading in children.

In its 4th edition this year, the event is a must attend for children of age 4 to 18, parents, educators and anyone else who is a literature fan.

14th of December, 2019 (Saturday), the first day of the conclave, will see a host of inter-school competitions.

– Young Author Vishwesh Desai will conduct “Young Readers’ Critical Reading Workshops” for 10 to 14 and 14 to 18 year olds.

15th of December, 2019 (Sunday), Day 2 of the conclave, will include-

– Exclusive sessions and interactions with Eminent Children’s Authors Lavanya Karthik, Nandini Nayar, Sandhya Rao and Sowmya Rajendran.

– Workshops on the art of illustration by well-known illustrators Atanu Roy and Tanvi Bhat will help children in using to bring their stories to life.

– Storytelling sessions by experts Ajay Dasgupta and Neelma Masand

– Performance Art based workshops by Applied Theatre Facilitator Chetna Mehrotra

– A “Young Writers’ Discussion, by Author Vishwesh Desai for 10 to 18 year olds.

– A line-up of exciting workshops has also been planned for adults covering subjects such as “Feed the Reading Habit in Children” and “Storytelling to Engage, Educate & Facilitate,”

Among the highlights of the event is Lock The Box – A collection of over 15,000 pre-owned books for children and adults on sale at never before seen prices!

Bus Transport Facilities will be available between Redbricks Satellite Campus and can be availed easily while registering for workshops.

Registration is required to attend workshops by experts and each workshop can accommodate only 30 participants. We encourage children and adults to register at the earliest to avoid missing out on all the fun!

REDBRICKS SCHOOL (SANTEJ CAMPUS)
Plot no 1385 & 1386, Near Arjun Farm, Shilaj - Rancharda Road, Ahmedabad 382721

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

Read to Lead is a community event to promote the love of books and reading in children.

In its 4th edition this year, the event is a must attend for children of age 4 to 18, parents, educators and anyone else who is a literature fan.

14th of December, 2019 (Saturday), the first day of the conclave, will see a host of inter-school competitions.

– Young Author Vishwesh Desai will conduct “Young Readers’ Critical Reading Workshops” for 10 to 14 and 14 to 18 year olds.

15th of December, 2019 (Sunday), Day 2 of the conclave, will include-

– Exclusive sessions and interactions with Eminent Children’s Authors Lavanya Karthik, Nandini Nayar, Sandhya Rao and Sowmya Rajendran.

– Workshops on the art of illustration by well-known illustrators Atanu Roy and Tanvi Bhat will help children in using to bring their stories to life.

– Storytelling sessions by experts Ajay Dasgupta and Neelma Masand

– Performance Art based workshops by Applied Theatre Facilitator Chetna Mehrotra

– A “Young Writers’ Discussion, by Author Vishwesh Desai for 10 to 18 year olds.

– A line-up of exciting workshops has also been planned for adults covering subjects such as “Feed the Reading Habit in Children” and “Storytelling to Engage, Educate & Facilitate,”

Among the highlights of the event is Lock The Box – A collection of over 15,000 pre-owned books for children and adults on sale at never before seen prices!

Bus Transport Facilities will be available between Redbricks Satellite Campus and can be availed easily while registering for workshops.

Registration is required to attend workshops by experts and each workshop can accommodate only 30 participants. We encourage children and adults to register at the earliest to avoid missing out on all the fun!

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Upcoming Workshops

Therapeutic Pottery Painting W ...

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There’s more to pottery than aesthetics or functionality, it has been discovered to be a form of de-stressing and therapy through studies by the mental health community. Ever since the revival of handmade pottery and clay modelling began in the city a few years ago, the spotlight on using this craft as a form of therapy has been on the rise.

Online workshop

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com
Scandinavian Folk Art X Mandal ...

Join us for a workshop where we bring together the concept of Rosemaling, with Scandinavian Birds and Mandala Art! (Rosemaling is a style of decorative painting on wood that uses flower ornamentation and geometric elements, often in flowing patterns.) Most of the traditional Scandinavian Folk Artworks object from nature. Animals, birds, trees, plants, and flowers are the main focus. What you’ll learn : • basic concepts of gouache: layering, water and paint ratio, the forgiveness of the medium • how to combine various colors on a contrasting background • intermediate to advanced level mandala patterns and how to work on negative spaces Materials required: • Watercolor paper (200 GSM+) • Any type of paint medium (watercolor or Gouache) • Fine liner, or black gel pen and white gel pen • Ruler, pencil, eraser, compass etc. • Paintbrushes, water, tissue paper

2021-04-30 11:00:00 2021-04-30 13:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Scandinavian Folk Art X Mandal ...

Join us for a workshop where we bring together the concept of Rosemaling, with Scandinavian Birds and Mandala Art!

(Rosemaling is a style of decorative painting on wood that uses flower ornamentation and geometric elements, often in flowing patterns.)

Most of the traditional Scandinavian Folk Artworks object from nature. Animals, birds, trees, plants, and flowers are the main focus.

What you’ll learn :

• basic concepts of gouache: layering, water and paint ratio, the forgiveness of the medium

• how to combine various colors on a contrasting background

• intermediate to advanced level mandala patterns and how to work on negative spaces

Materials required:

• Watercolor paper (200 GSM+)

• Any type of paint medium (watercolor or Gouache)

• Fine liner, or black gel pen and white gel pen

• Ruler, pencil, eraser, compass etc.

• Paintbrushes, water, tissue paper

Online workshp

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com
Gond Painting Workshop

Dots, dashes, lines that make you lose direction, and bright colours that carefully fill the mindscape, such is the beauty of a Gond painting. Practiced by the Gondi people, this folk art derives its name from the Dravidian expression, Kond which means ‘the green mountain’. Nature is the biggest influencer with trees, birds, animals often playing the lead. Moreover, the artists depend on natural objects like charcoal, cow dung, leaves, sap to obtain natural colours. Learn about this beautiful art form at our workshop, sign up now. This is a two-day workshop on zoom (one and a half hours per day). It is a live session and no recordings will be provided.   The workshop will be conducted in Hindi. What Do You Learn Day 1 Painting techniques 4-5 different types of leaves Drawing of deer, Elephant, and birds   Day 2 Drawing, painting, and detailing of the final composition. Painting – It might not complete during the workshop hours. We will start and you can complete and send us pictures.   List of Material Needed 3 Sheets – Basic Drawing Paper or any Paper available. 1 A4 size sheet for final Drawing. Pencil. Eraser. Round Brushes – 0/2/4/6 Pen – Pigment pen Colours – Acrylic colours Palette Water mug Tissues

2021-04-30 11:00:00 2021-05-01 12:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Gond Painting Workshop

Dots, dashes, lines that make you lose direction, and bright colours that carefully fill the mindscape, such is the beauty of a Gond painting. Practiced by the Gondi people, this folk art derives its name from the Dravidian expression, Kond which means ‘the green mountain’. Nature is the biggest influencer with trees, birds, animals often playing the lead. Moreover, the artists depend on natural objects like charcoal, cow dung, leaves, sap to obtain natural colours. Learn about this beautiful art form at our workshop, sign up now.

This is a two-day workshop on zoom (one and a half hours per day). It is a live session and no recordings will be provided.

 

The workshop will be conducted in Hindi.

What Do You Learn

Day 1

Painting techniques

4-5 different types of leaves

Drawing of deer, Elephant, and birds

 

Day 2

Drawing, painting, and detailing of the final composition.

Painting – It might not complete during the workshop hours.

We will start and you can complete and send us pictures.

 

List of Material Needed

3 Sheets – Basic Drawing Paper or any Paper available.

1 A4 size sheet for final Drawing.

Pencil.

Eraser.

Round Brushes – 0/2/4/6

Pen – Pigment pen

Colours – Acrylic colours

Palette

Water mug

Tissues

Online workshop

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com
Pencil Sketching & Shading ...

Pencil art is a versatile, flexible art form that can be used to represent broad ideas as well intricate details. Pencil sketching helps in learning and fine-tuning the basics of drawing while pencil shading is a technique to create highlights, textures, depth and 3D effects. Pencil art is a catalyst for creativity and imagination. Material Needed – Drawing pencil 2B, 4B, 6B – Drawing paper – Long scale – Eraser

2021-04-30 17:30:00 2021-05-29 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Pencil Sketching & Shading ...

Pencil art is a versatile, flexible art form that can be used to represent broad ideas as well intricate details. Pencil sketching helps in learning and fine-tuning the basics of drawing while pencil shading is a technique to create highlights, textures, depth and 3D effects. Pencil art is a catalyst for creativity and imagination.

Material Needed

– Drawing pencil 2B, 4B, 6B
– Drawing paper
– Long scale
– Eraser

Online workshops

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

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