Learn traditional Indiana art forms from master craftsmen at this workshop series
Discover India's oft-forgotten handicrafts at a workshop and exhibition organised by Paramparik Karigar, a 22-year-old association of craftsmen. Interested folk can support traditional artisans by shopping at a four-day exhibition and sale of crafts and textiles.
Expert artisans and craftspeople will also conduct workshops. Soak in the wonders of Daboo printing conducted by Bherulal Chippa, Kutchi pottery with Hoorbai Mommad and Yusuf Galwani, lac work with Gulrukh Sultana, Soof embroidery with Dayaben Dohat, papier mache with Kamini Kaushal and leather puppets with Sreeramulu Sindhe.
FROM August 9 to 12 (exhibition)
AT World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade.
TILL August 14 (workshops)
AT Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Fort
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