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workshops 2021

Workshops

Introduction to Doodle Art and Pattern Making by Kavya

23th January 2021
Batch 1: 10.00 -11.30
Batch 2: 12:00 - 13.30

Registrations closed.

 

Duration: 90 mins
Age Group: 8 to 12 years
Participants: 5-12 

The workshop introduces children to the basics of doodling and pattern creation. Doodle Art, unlike traditional art, accommodates imperfections and breaks all the rules. The activities enable the child to think creatively and explore their art-style under the guidance of an instructor to transform scribbles to doodle art, through fun and engaging activities

Mandala Art Workshop by Sai Vindhya

24th January 2021
11.30 -13.00

Registrations closed.

Duration: 90 mins
Age Group: 12-15 years
Participants: 5-20

The Mandala Art form is an ancient art form Mandalas, meaning “circles” in Sanskrit, which are sacred symbols used for meditation, prayer, healing, and art therapy for both adults and children. The workshop includes the basic construction of the mandala which is the concentric circles and angles. Activities include knowing the history of the art form, drawing the outline of the mandala, and filling it with various designs or colours.  

Together in Hope - A writing workshop by Red Balloons by Astha Mittal

24th January 2021
14.00 -16.00

Duration: 120 mins
Age group: 16-20

Writing and drawing games to lay a foundation for immersive learning. Building characters for a story, interactive group participation on the individual association with the theme HOPE. To culminate in stories of HOPE from different perspectives of young people.

Takeaway: End of the workshop a body of work, which can be shared further.

 

Page to Stage: The art of writing for a drama by Vikram Sridhar

24th January 2021
15.00 -16.30​

Duration: 90 mins
No. of Participants: 20
Age: 15- 20 years
Raw Materials: Paper and pen

One Upon a Time …. LIGHT ON 

We all love to watch movies. We all love to watch plays. What’s common between them? How does a simple idea or a one-page idea transform onto the screen or stage? The workshop introduces the participants to script writing from the perspective of the stage. What does it take to convert an idea or a story into a short script that can turn into a play or a movie? Through an interactive game and activity, we shall enter the world of drama and create our own drama using paper and pen or the keypad and MS Word.