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The Circle Archives by Rooftop

The treasure of online art workshops!

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The Circle Archives is a list and brief overview of numerous co-creative and engaging art workshop that were hosted online with enthusiastic artists from around the country. The Circle Community by Rooftop was an invite-only community of artists that promoted profound artsy conversations, meaningful learning of various artforms and unparalleled art experiences. The Circle’s inherent culture was to connect like-minded artists to promote the importance of artistic interactions that are stress-relieving, therapeutic, and self-introspective.

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Macrame Toran workshop
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Macrame Torans workshop with Vaishali Mehta

The festive season is the time when we decorate our home with these alluring Macrame torans! These colourful torans will blend in beautifully
finger painting workshop
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finger painting workshop with Poonam Wankhede

Art is all about fun and engagement. The more you immerse yourself into it the more you evolve with rectification. Finger painting is one of those few art forms that not only little minds are a fan of but big adults too, let’s say secretly, at least. So why not try getting your hands strong
Christmas special snow globe painting workshop with Kanchan Pandey
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Christmas Special Snow Globe Painting Workshop With Kanchan Pandey

This Christmas let it all be about colours, sparkle, and loads of laughter. Wonder how? Check out the Christmas special snow globe painting workshop with Kanchan Pandey. The workshop walks you through fun & colourful sessions teaching you some super ways of curating a snow globe. So little minds, buckle up and get ready with
xmas tangle
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X-mas Tangle Workshop with Karishma Parekh

The zentangle is a creative art form that allows learners to innovate their ordinary sketches into extraordinary pieces using striking lines, shapes, or patterns as desired by the practitioner. Getting your hands started on the art form can help boost creativity and provide a sense of calmness.  In order to allow learners to understand and
Pour Painting Workshop
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Pour Painting Workshop with Shiza Abbasi

Creativity is a home to innovation and uniqueness. It allows one to explore aspects that are rarely talked about or even imagined. One such masterpiece to be a part of is the Pour Painting. The painting rarely has a sound presence but the creative minds who’ve witnessed its enthralling beauty can never really get over
Chikankari Embroidery Workshop
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Chikankari Embroidery Workshop with Shreya Golchha

Chikankari is the embroidery work done with white cotton thread on fine white cotton material. Chikankari is also called shadow work. The word ‘Chikan’ is basically derived from the Persian word ‘Chikeen’. In earlier days, the Chikankari embroidery is traditionally done on mulmul- fine muslin cotton.  The origin of Chikankari is initiated by the influence
Crochet Art Workshop with Sakina Challawala
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Crochet Art Workshop with Sakina Challawala

Crochet art never falls offseason. It gets better with time and even better when you channelize your creative thoughts within it. Crochet art is a unique art form that allows you to create multiple artifacts using thread. You can give your own unique structure and pattern to it. If done religiously it can also add
Embroidery E-invites workshop
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Embroidery E-invites workshop with Rishika Lahoti

Wedding invites are no more the same old paper cards enclosed in envelopes, communicating the mandatory date, time, venue, the couple’s name, etc. They are getting prettier, quirkier, and a lot more creative with each passing year. Modern-age couples are now choosing to customize their wedding invites with Embroidery E invites as a souvenir for
Loose style art workshop with Sivanvitha. J
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Loose style art workshop with Sivanvitha. J

A loose painting is just trying to communicate visually with suggestions rather than trying to describe everything in precise detail. If you are able to paint things with the minimum amount of brush strokes and information, one ends up with a loose but believable painting. There are different types of loose painting such as Stand
Phad Art workshop with Sourabh Soni
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Phad Art workshop with Sourabh Soni

A 700-year-old legacy that is passed down over generations within a single family, Phad finds its origins in Shahpura, near Bhilwara, Rajasthan. Phad is a type of scroll painting that narrates elaborate religious stories of local deities. traditional paintings were carried by priest-singers of the Rabari tribe, called Bhopas and Bhopis, who would sing and
Soft Pastels workshop with Darshita
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Soft Pastels Workshop With Darshita

Pastels are made by mixing dry pigment with a gum binder and some filler to form a thick paste, which is fashioned into sticks and allowed to dry. These ingredients will differ based on pastel type and quality. Cheaper pastels will typically contain more binder and filler in the form of chalk or plaster. Artist-quality
Mix Media Technique workshop with Ankush Khatri
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Mix Media Technique workshop with Ankush Khatri

Mix Media Technique is a unique art form that allows you to blend two or more materials, components, or mediums to acquire the end result you desire. There’s no periphery that you need to abide by. You can explore and curate your own visions.  And to help you do that, the Circle Community is all
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