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Terracota jewelry

How to make terracotta Jewelry?

 

Creating a piece of adornment is satisfying to the very soul of a woman who’d like to adorn a being with yet another layer of beauty. This craft form unleashes your creativity as there are no limitations to the work you create with the medium of clay.

As Oscar Wilde said ”You can either be a work of art or wear a work of art”. This is for those who believe they can create jewellery that will touch the core or the very essence of being a woman.

The 2 day exhaustive workshop by Lámour will include –

Filteraion of clay
Designs
* 10 types of beads
* 8 types of pendants
* 8 types of earings including jhumkas
Home baking – Black and orange
Painting
Finishing

Date – Feb 6th and 7th, 2016

Fees – Rs 3,500/- (inclusive of materials)

Register with –
+91 8861738438 or +91 9640393000

 

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Crochet classes in Bangalore

How to crochet?

Basic workshop entails 5 classes which will teach you all that you need to know about Crochet stitches and one project work at the end of the session. Yarn and crochet needle will be provided along with reference material. Fee for 5 classes – Rs 2,250/-

Every Wednesday 11am to 12pm at B&G, Koramangala. To register call 7259280949

 

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Chalkboard Typography workshop

 

Nandita Dhindsa is a professional illustrator and does Calligraphy, typography, portraits and Wall Art. She is passionate in making Art simpler for everyone and loves to meet and interact with learners. She is a talented artist and has displayed her wall art at prominent places in the city and abroad.

Date – February 21, 2016. Timings- 1.30pm – 5.30pm. Fee – Rs 900/- only.

To register mail bngblr@gmail.com

 

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Crazy quilting, quilting by hand techniques

How to make a hand quilt?

If you haven’t tried hand quilting, you should try this one –
Crazy quilting workshop with Sujaya Mahesh.Learn to create this beautiful piece in the Victorian style of ‘Crazy Quilting’. You will take home a finished 10″x10″ hand pieced and hand embellished piece which could be used as a placemat.Date – Saturday – February 27th, 2016 and March 5th, 2016
Timings – 2pm to 5pm
Fee – Rs.3500, with Materials & finishing.Sujaya Mahesh loves working with her hands. Whethe it’s hand quilting or embroidery by hand, the satisfaction that she derives she feels is immense.Sujaya is a well-known name in Bangalore and runs Sameeksha school of Embroidery, Koramangala, Bangalore. A home science professor, after years of teaching students planned to use her knowledge of embroidery and take the next big step by starting an embroidery school.

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Silk thread jewelry making workhop

The 2 day exhaustive workshop by Lámour will include making of SILK thread bangles, necklaces, Jhumkas, bracelets and finger rings.

Dates – Feb 25th and 26th, 2016
Timings – 11am – 3.30pm
Fees – Rs 4,000/- (inclusive of materials)
Pls. carry lunch.

Register by mailing bngblr@gmail.com


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Embroidery classes in Bangalore

Phulkari embroidery


Come all ye, lovely embroiderers,
Come and fall head over heels in love, with those stitches again.

Dates – February 27th, 2016. Timings – 5.30 pm to 7pm

The exhibit will include –
Indian Embroidery – AARI, APPLIQUE, BANJARA EMBROIDERY, CHIKANKARI OF UTTARPRADESH, FREE STYLE EMBROIDERY, KASHIDA – KASHMIR EMBROIDERY, KANTHA –WEST BENGAL, KASUTI -KARNATAKA, KAMAL KADAI –ANDHRA PRADESH, KUTCH WORK – GUJARATH, NEGI- KARNATAKA, PATCH WORK, PHULKARI -PUNJAB, QUILTING.
European Embroidery – BLACK WORK –SPAIN, BRAZIL EMBROIDERY, COUNTED THREAD, CRAZY PATCHWORK, CREWEL WORK, CROSS STITCH, CUT WORK, DRAWN THREAD WORK, RIBBON WORK, SMOCKING, QUILTING,
Entry Free. Pre-registration required. Register by sending a mail to bngblr@gmail.com
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This workshop helps you to learn the art of making handcrafted natural body bars, Bath salts, Scrubs, Aroma therapy blends, Body butter and more.
 
This would also help you to setup a small scale business with high revenue.
 
You would learn :
 
Cold Process Soaps with Infusions
Hot Process Soaps
Textured soaps
Relaxing Body Bars
Goat Milk Soaps, Glycerin soaps
Activated Carbon Bars for Acne
Mocha Vanilla Bars
scrubby Bars
Kids Fav Bars
Aroma Theraphy Bars
Aroma Therapy Formulation and Blends
Gentle Body and Face Scrub
Relaxing and Rejuvenating Bath salts
Relaxing Body Butter and More….
 
Take back all the samples that you create along with a recipe handout. Lunch and snacks will be provided.
 
Cost : Rs 5500/- (inclusive of everything)
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Sculpture with thermocol

Sculpture with thermocol

 

The workshop will give students the opportunity to make a small 3D sculpture, learning carving & construction skills, using the very versatile medium of thermocol. In the session we will carve and construct basic forms to produce beautiful bird sculptures as an introduction to 3d sculpture creation.

Students will:

*learn how to think in 3 dimensions & create sculptural forms
(They will use the form of a bird to begin with)
*learn how to carve
*learn how to construct
*understand tools & materials
*produce a 3d sculpture to take home”

Date – Rescheduled.

Timings 11am – 6pm

Fees – Rs 4,500/- (inclusive of materials, tools and lunch)

The workshop will also include a follow-up workshop on a mutually convenient date of the participants and trainer.
Register with 7259280949 or send us a mail on bngblr@gmail.comAbout the Sculptor -Barbara Ash, is an English artist, trained at the Royal College of Art in London, who is currently n Bangalore, working on projects & shows in India. She is currently producing paintings for the inaugural exhibition for the new Museum of Goa & is organising-participating in an exciting 4 woman show, with 5 galleries (so far) travelling from India to Europe later in the year, the final venue being the Nehru Centre, the cultural wing of the Indian High Commission HQ in London. She will be intermittently starting introductory sculpture workshops at B & G. Her work can be seen here –www.barbaraash.org

 As a practising fine artist, Barbara uses bird imagery often in her artworks for its symbolism but chose the bird subject for the workshop for its simplicity in sculptural handling, however if students prefer to use other ideas that is fine as well.