Mumbai Food: Learn to sketch your own breakfast!
Learn how to sketch what you eat at the first edition of a new breakfast club
In the movie The Breakfast Club, five teenagers face a day's detention in their school library. However, at the Breakfast Club of city's recently-launched 212 All Good, the idea is to have fun and maybe learn something new alongside.
"We realised that mornings are the best time to learn a new skill. We wanted to create a space where people can spend their mornings in a focused or fun way, engaging their senses," says Deepti Dadlani, VP marketing, Bellona Hospitality.
The monthly initiative launches this Saturday. The first session, Different Strokes, will focus on sketching and illustrations and will be conducted by Shrey Purohit of CatchyRey Design Studio — an illustration-based design studio known for their unique style of using sketches to depict stories. "I will show people how to record what they see and think. Drawing is focused on what you see. We will sketch and use watercolours," says Purohit, who will be joined by his colleague Bibek Das. The cost includes watercolours, paintbrushes, a beverage, and a step-by-step starter session.
"The subject will be focused on food," adds Dadlani. Next month will see a book reading session with theatre personality Divya Palat, followed by a tie-and-dye session with Black Taxi Creative Concepts, using vegetable dyes. They are open to all.
On: December 17, 10 am
At 212 All Good, High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel.
Log on to: www.insider.in
Cost: Rs 550
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