Sign up for a crash course in India's folk arts

It's rare for the enthusiast from Mumbai to be treated to such an interesting line-up. If you're a close follower and student of folk arts and picture book illustration we suggest you head to this session on collaborative image-making.

Organised by Young Books India and the Kala Ghoda Artisans Centre, this seminar is a unique opportunity to understand and appreciate Indian culture at its roots.

The seminar will be moderated by Nina Sabnani, Associate Professor, IDC, IIT Bombay and will include publishers, writers, academicians and artists including Sangeet Chopra, Secretary-General, World Craft Council, Radhika Menon, Publisher-Proprietor, Tara Books, Neela Shinde, Paramparik Kendra, Shamim Padamsee, Founder-Young Books and artists Janu Bhiva Rawte and Nandakishore Jha. It doesn't get more diverse than this!

ON Today, 10 am to 1 pm
At Artisan's, Dr VB Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda.
Call 22673040

The above image has been extracted from The Great Race by Nathan Kumar Scott and Jagdish Chitara, Tara Books. This children's storybook features artworks using the Mata Ni Pachedi art form from Gujarat.


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