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This workshop will encourage students to explore narratives and experiment with creating a character sketch using a range of methods and materials, such as the art of collaging, paper cutting, line drawing and so on.
Day 1: Students will be taught collage making as an art form.
Day 2: Student will be guided to make characters using the techniques they have learnt.
Course Days Options (to Select from)
14th and 15th April
21st and 22nd April
28th and 29th April
5th and 6th May
If multiple weekends are selected, the assignment will continue. Here students will be further introduced to the art of storytelling and encouraged to pick one form of narration from several options - poetry, writing, comics or just illustration to make a story book.
*More than 2 classes: Participants will learn to compose stories around the charters they formed. Through the extra days of the workshop every participant will be guided individually on their personal narratives to finally create small story books as a final output.
Number of Students per Batch: 20
Duration per Batch: 3 hours
Timing of Batch 1: 9 am – 12:30 pm
Cost: 1,500 INR
About the Instructor
Purvai Rai is a graphic designer, textile and multimedia artist who’s work revolves around stories, memories, and identity. Her work ranges from publication design, fine art, collaging and textile. As a graduate student, she has explored different forms of visual arts and continues to do so in all her projects. In 2015, she co-founded a bi-monthly photography and visual arts magazine called Creative Image, along with her father Raghu Rai. In 2017, she founded Dori, to work with different communities, and particularly with children, to share their stories using different mediums and platforms.