Dream catcher is one of the most popular forms of crafts that traces its origins to the Ojibwes tribe who inhabited North American regions. As time passed, its significance and popularity grew among other native tribes and it became a household name in no time. Dream catchers are believed to hold magical powers. In fact, it is said that if you have a dream catcher hanging freely anywhere in your bedroom, particularly near your bed, it catches dreams. As a purifier, it filters good and pious dreams and blocks bad dreams. As amazing as it is, creating a dreamcatcher of your own is itself a great experience.
TCC organized an amazing and interesting workshop for the Circle family to grab and utilize the opportunity of learning more about dream catchers and invited expert artist Rashi Kothari to facilitate the session.
About The Artist
Rashi Kothari is a professional art teacher who started her journey around five years ago. She had to face several difficulties during her journey, but her passion for art gave her the courage to overcome all every hardship. She loves and enjoys teaching about art and believes that art is the only medium through which we can develop our imagination and curiosity that eventually leads to better character development.
The Workshop Began
The workshop began with a brief introduction of Rashi and her journey as an artist. Rashi expressed her heartfelt gratitude towards the attendees. She then set forth the materials required, simultaneously giving an insight into what an be expected from the workshop. Rashi then started creating artwork and elaborated on each step of the process in a detailed manner. This helped the attendees a lot as they were co-creating with her. She gave some insights into the specifications of the materials. As well as different techniques that can be applied in making a dream catcher. The participants were very engrossed and engaged in the process.
Towards The End Of The Workshop
As the workshop progressed towards completion, the attendees showcased their artworks to Rashi for her feedback. They thanked her for teaching and sharing such great tips with them. The workshop concluded with Rashi addressing the participants and praising their efforts.
The attendees were from different parts of the country and belonged to various age groups. Though their passion for art brought them together on one platform. Rooftop, as always, was successful in connecting artists and celebrating their passion for art and not to mention creating memories.