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Aipan Painting Workshop by Trishna Patnaik
Aipan Art- Uttarakhand (A Painting Workshop) Aipan is one of the traditional arts (painting forms) of Kumaon which is a region of Uttarakhand. It has great social, cultural and religious significance. In Uttarakhand, Aipan are popularly drawn at places of worship, houses, and main entry doors of house and in front courtyard. Some of these artistic creations have great religious importance and these are drawn during particular religious ceremonies or auspicious occasions such as marriages, threading ceremony, naming ceremony etc. to perform rituals while others are for particular God / Goddess and a few for aesthetic look. Traditional Aipan of Kumaon are drawn in linear art, geometrical designs, flowers or imprints. These are mostly drawn for decorative purpose. In this workshop we will be working on the same grounds leading us towards revival, decorative and authentic purposes! Participants will work with acrylic colours on cartridge sheets. Takeaway: One complete painting (A3 size)

Where

Doolally Taproom, Andheri

When

02:00 pm-04:30 pm, Wed, Feb 17, 2021

Host

Trishna Patnaik

Entry

Rs. 1600