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Shibori with Natural dyes workshop

Shibori With Natural Dyes Workshop With Jaishika Ratanpal

‘Shibori’ is derived from the Japanese word ‘Shiboru’, which means to squeeze. It’s an ancient art form that originated in Japan around 2000 years ago. From there, it spread to different parts of the world like China and India. In this process, dyes are extracted by the manual resistance method. Then they’re created into different

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Macrame Wall Hanging with Swati Rani

Macrame Wall Hanging Workshop With Swati Rani

Geometric and free-form patterns created using techniques like weaving and knots are known as Macrame. This art has a contemporary and versatile style. Since it has recently regained its popularity, many people have tried their hand at it. To learn more about this craft, The Circle Community conducted a macrame wall hanging workshop with Swati

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Glass Painting By Mayank Pratap Singh

Glass Painting Workshop With Mayank Pratap Singh

Glass painting is an old tradition of painting art on glass pieces. There have been numerous artefacts created using this technique and it grew into becoming one of the most famous art forms in the world. Glass painting has thus been used in many ways like home decors, artefacts, exhibits and much more. It is

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Mixed Media Canvas Workshop With Swathi R Swamy

Mixed Media Canvas Workshop With Swathi R Swamy

Only an artist truly understands the essence of colours and the beauty of diverse colour mediums. Imagine being given an opportunity to use all the colour mediums in the world, on a single canvas! Magical, right? An artist’s retreat, truly! Well, step out of your imagination and experience this with us at Rajasthan Studio, as

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Pattachitra Workshop With Monali Mohanty

Pattachitra Workshop With Monali Mohanty

There is nothing more wholesome and gratifying as learning an art form that is abundant in history, culture, and colors! At Rajasthan Studio, we are consciously attempting to curate such experiences for all you art lovers out there! This time, in collaboration with Ms. Monali Mohanty, we organized a Pattachitra Workshop. Through this wonderful experience,

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Dot Art Painting Workshop With Abinaya Sundaram

Dot Art Painting Workshop With Abinaya Sundaram

In these uncertain and fearful times, it is extremely necessary to calm our minds. And we at Rajasthan Studio believe that there’s nothing better than meditative art! Keeping this in mind, we organized a Dot Art Painting Workshop. We learned the meaning of the art form, the complete process, and the benefits of the same.

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Handcrafted Macramé Workshop With Ritu Choudhary

Handcrafted Macramé Workshop With Ritu Choudhary

Handcrafted Macramé is like playing with knots. This was an accepted definition by Ritu Choudhary. It is an Arabic artform where they used it for stitching their blankets and wall hangings. Later, even Chinese started using it. Recently, the process has become modernised. Macramé uses different types of knots. This fun process is the art

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Acrylic String Pull Art With Divdrisht Kaur Suri

Acrylic String Pull Art With Divdrisht Kaur Suri

Acrylic String Pull Art or Pulled String Art is a form of fluid art. In this form, Acrylic paint is poured, swiped, and dragged onto the sheet to form an art piece. Mostly, florals are a favourite of String Pull Art. Divdrisht Kaur Suri is a Mandala and abstract artist and an art educator from Calcutta.

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Mata Ni Pachedi Art Workshop By Sejal Agrawal

Mata Ni Pachedi Art By Sejal Agrawal

As unique as it may sound, Mata Ni Pachedi is a rare yet beautiful textile hand-painting art form. When we host Circle Experiences at Rajasthan Studio, our aim is to promote and enlighten all the artists out there with a rare and beautiful art form. This experience –in association with Ms. Sejal Agarwal- was a

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Tie And Dye Workshop With Vidhi Sanghrayka

Tie And Dye Workshop With Vidhi Sanghrayka

Tie and dye is a method of dying textiles to produce patterns. Sections of the cloth are together so that they will not absorb the dye. In the Indian context, these patterns are called Bandana. These originated 5000 years ago in the state of Rajasthan and Gujarat. Initially, color sarees and dupattas were the first

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