A pack of Ganjifa cards was used in the olden days to play a normal game of cards. The Kings back then were great patrons of art and would get their personal deck hand-painted by local artisans. The cards were thus very artistic, were bright and colorful with subjects of mythological significance, and were embellished with gold and stones.
Come and explore a bygone era by painting a card in the Ganjifa style of art. You get to learn a painting technique that involves a lot of techniques like decoupage, gilding, and painting, in the traditional way.
Take Away: A circular Ganjifa card, hand-painted by you, to add to the beauty of your home.
Artist: Shantha Prabhu
Age: 15 . A flair with brush skills would be an added advantage.
Date: 1st March, 2020(Sunday)
Time: 10 pm -1 pm
Fee: Rs 1500 per person (Including all materials)
Booking Fee: Rs 500 per person (Balance amount of Rs 1000 to be paid at venue)
Venue: Bloom and Grow, Koramangala
Note: Participants need to register by paying the booking amount and balance at the venue. Alternatively, you can pay full fees online. Please note DO NOT pay both booking fees and full fees.
About Bloom and Grow :
Bloom and Grow to facilitate artist-led art and craft workshops in studios, and also conducts art based corporate workshops across India.
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