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The two-day festival will showcase various weaves, different printing and dyeing techniques
All things handcrafted, handwoven and handmade share the spotlight at the next edition of Vastra Utsav.
The exhibition will be inaugurated on July 6 with a bharatanatyam performance by Aniruddha Knight, grandson of Balasaraswati.
The exhibition explores wildlife, as the self-taught artist uses stainless steel as his medium instead of canvas.
The showcase is a traveling exhibit of 18 award-winning quilts from the India Quilt Festival 2019 and will have designs exploring nature as well as human expression.
Expect to find puppets from Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and even Odisha, among others.
The artist explores various subjects through the charcoal and acrylic medium and displays it on handmade paper with the help of a varied colour palette including blue, grey and orange, among others.
The three-day workshop is open to children between 8 to 15 years, and will teach them the basics of the dance form and the history of it.
The 54 watercolour drawings are reproductions from the RBGE, curated by Dr Henry Noltie, and is a collection by Hugh Cleghorn, a forest conservator during his time in India.
Ray Meeker, the pioneer of ceramics in Pondicherry, speaks about his new book on ‘fired houses’, and the originative power of playing with fire.
The artistes are from Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Kerala and Karnataka, and will depict different stories from all over India.
The two workshops will focus on making idols with a palm leaf and banana saplings, and even terracotta.
The three-hour session will focus on using shells in the most creative way, and is for all children between the ages of 9 to 14 years.
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