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Two day workshop for kids & Adults - Warli Painting -

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Sun, 22 Dec 2019 11:00AM - 1:00PM
BrainArt
Rs 1300
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Folk art or tribal art of India, Warli art is the easiest art for kids to start with. Kids can easily relate to simple geometrical figures that warli art consists of. One of a great way to teach kids about Lines, Shapes, dots, and circles. It's very easy to get the attention of kids with vibrant colors and simple warli art.

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  • Participants will learn the process of How to up-cycle / recycle newspapers to make a canvas for painting.
  • Introducing line drawing – composition with line drawing/stick figures.
  • Create warli art supported their own narrative by group action with a number of their most valued recollections or life experiences.

Age group:
Kids 10yrs above & Adults

Materials required

  • All the material required to finish the artwork will be provided at venue.
  • recycled papers will be used for workshop

Venue:
BrainArt | HSR Layout | Sector 2 | Bangalore

Timing
2 days workshop on weekends
Saturday | Sunday
21st December & 22nd December '19
11:00AM - 1:00PM

Take away: One Warli painting on recycled paper.

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BrainArt #1856, 25A cross, 22nd Main Rd, 22nd A Main, Garden Layout, Sector 2, HSR Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560102, India
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