Open the Doors to the world of Kawad, the mobile temple - Kid's Workshop




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Open the Doors to the world of Kawad, the mobile temple - Kid's Workshop Dwarka Prasad blue-tick
₹999.00
The Vintage Garden, Patkar Bungalows, 34D Turner Road, Bandra
Sun, May 26 2024, 04:00 PM (IST)
Beginner
Materials Included
Hindi/English (Our Community Manager is present to Help Live Translate)
Lifetime Access to Our Learner's Community
Certificate Upon Completion

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About the Workshop +

Open the Doors to the world of Kawad, the mobile temple: A children workshop exploring the marvels of Kawad Art.

"Garmi ki Chutti"- A series of children workshops in collaboration with Dwarka Prasad and MeMeraki.

In this workshop, kids will get the opportunity to paint their very own Kawad, a mobile temple that is an integral part of the traditional art and culture of Rajasthan. They will start by learning about the history and significance of Kawad and some of the stories that are often depicted on them. The facilitator will share some videos and other snippets of information to help bring the art form to life. Next, kids will choose a story to paint onto their Kawad. They can either sketch their design by hand or use stencils provided by the facilitator. For younger children, there will also be the option to fold paper to imitate the making of a Kawad. Vishakha, the artist behind the workshop, will create a prototype on paper to demonstrate the folding technique. Once the design is sketched or stenciled onto the small wooden Kawad, kids will paint it using a variety of vibrant colors. They will be guided through the process by the facilitator and will have the chance to add their own unique touches to their artwork. By the end of the workshop, kids will have their own beautifully painted Kawad to take home and display proudly. They will also have learned about the cultural significance of Kawad and gained a greater appreciation for this traditional art form.

Date: 26th May, Sunday

Age: 4-10 Age Group

Time: 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Address: The Vintage Garden, Patkar Bungalows, 34D Turner Road, Bandra


Key Takeaways +


Making Paper Kawad

Paint Kawad

Storytelling


What will I get in my Art Kit?+

All materials will be provided on the venue. 


Can I get the Art Kit shipped outside India?+

We ship worldwide, shipping charges of 2000 INR are applicable for international orders. Our Prices are inclusive of GST/Taxes. No additional charges are applicable for domestic deliveries.


What materials do I need to prepare in Advance? +

Come and enjoy the workshop with your kids.

 



Dwarka Prasad blue-tick

Dwarka
Dwarka Prasad is a national award winning Kavad artist .He has been engaged in the craft since his childhood.Kavad is a traditional craft of Rajasthan and depicts folk stories in a wooden structure . Dwaraka Prasad brings stories like recycling,Tsunami etc to life through his paintings in the wooden structures typical to Kavad . His work has been collected by many art collectors and also by organisations like the UN.


Kavad Art


The Kavad is a mobile story-telling device that sometimes serves as a temporary temple. It is created by combining the skills of carpentry, painting and narration. As separate professions, the carpenter is called a suthar, an artist is a chitrakar, and a story teller is a bhat. The Kavad makers combine the work of the carpenter and artist, while the Kavadia Bhats do the narration. The Kavad is made only in a village called Bassi, in Chittorgarh District of Rajasthan. 



Product Details

Title
Open the Doors to the world of Kawad, the mobile temple - Kid's Workshop
Vendor
Dwarka Prasad
Art Style
Kavad Art
Difficulty Level
Beginner
Workshop Type
In Person
Audio Language
Hindi/English
Materials Included
Yes
Date
1 Days

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Masterclasses are complete pre-recorded courses of 7-8 parts that have been researched and recorded by us at the Master artists homes. LIVE workshops happen in real time over zoom along with the Master Artist and a small group. Live workshops have different levels. We only have a few Masterclasses right now - Lippan art from Kutch and Pichwai art from Nathdwara, Rajasthan and are producing and adding more every month. While we cover more than 60 heritage art and craft forms in our live workshops already.

You could attend a beginner friendly live workshop (or even a masterclass if its Lippan or Pichwai you are interested in) and then join the foundations or advanced LIVE workshops. The different levels for the LIVE workshops are- Beginner, Foundations and Advancedyour store.

Materials are not included in the masterclasses but you can order from our list of authentic art kits and materials in addition to the masterclass. For the live workshops, materials are included in some of the live workshops as part of the workshop and it would be mentioned in the workshop description.

Beginner Friendly- These are usually 1-2 classes of 2 hours each and one of the simpler artworks and motifs of that art style are covered in the beginner friendly workshops as an introduction to that art form.
Foundations- In the foundations live workshops, the workshops are structured to teach you the basic motifs and foundations of that art style , the focus is not on completing a painting but the elements taught in each class are incorporated in a painting and a few different compositions are also taught
Advanced- in the Advanced live workshop, usually the focus is on completing a more elaborate and intricate painting - no basic motifs are covered in the advanced workshops.
Masterclass-A masterclass is structured as 7-8 pre-recorded classes covering introduction of the artform, introduction of the artist, introduction of the different traditional materials used in that art and then 3 artworks are usually taught ranging from beginner to intermediate.

Yes, going forward, our platform will automatically award you a certificate on behalf of MeMeraki for completing a workshop with us and being a patron of the arts. This will be accessible via the ‘My Workshops’ section under each workshop that you have attended after Nov 2021.

Yes, we have many patrons attending our workshops from across the world. We ship the art kits internationally for the workshops where materials are included. International shipping charges are INR2000. Even if you are ordering an art kit separately in addition to a MASTERCLASS, we can ship internationally.

Yes, you will be able to access the recording of all the workshops you have attended through the ‘My Workshops’ section to be able to practice at your own pace later.

The previous workshops recordings will still be available to you via google drive as earlier. But going forward for all new workshops post Nov 2021, the workshops will be accessible through our website and platform only.

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