IHC CultureFest 2020: Madhubani Art Workshop
Thinking of picking up a new skill? Join Festival host Sajini Naidu & Kumuda from StrokeArts Studio as they teach us how to create our very own Madhubani Pen art piece!
What is Madhubhani:
Madhubani art is a school of folk art that originated in the North Eastern regions of India in Mithila, Bihar and the forest areas in India-Nepal border. A colourful and vibrant art, Madhubani, meaning “forests of honey”, is created as decoration for events such as weddings, harvests and festivals.
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Date/ Time: 12th Sept, 12:45pm
Age Group: 12 years and above
Tickets: Free programme with Registration
Venue: Online Zoom session (A link will be provided 2 days before the workshop)
Materials needed for workshop:
- A4 drawing block
- Black marker pen for outline tracing
About IHC CultureFest 2020
The Indian Heritage Centre’s (IHC) first digital edition of IHC CultureFest celebrates the diversity of Indian arts, culture and heritage in Singapore through the lens of the epic literary work Ramayana. Traditional and contemporary cultural performances, panel discussions, workshops, story-telling sessions, cooking demonstrations and art installations will explore a wide variety of Indian art and culture forms and their influences. This will take place from Saturday, 5th September to Sunday, 20th September 2020.
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- The event description was updated. Diff#733506 2020-09-11 06:22:17