Acrylic Painting with Different Techniques for Beginners and Intermediates with Kshama from Arth by Kshama starts on Saturday, 22nd Jan
Acrylic paints are one of the most versatile and exciting art mediums for beginner painters. The Acrylic Painting workshop is designed for absolute beginners and will cement a strong foundation in understanding the medium and its working with various tools.
Participants will be guided through the course to understand LIGHT and FORM, MIXING of colors, applying LAYERS of colors to get the exact subject, COMPOSITIONS, and much more.
You will learn to achieve a wide range of painting techniques using BRUSHES, TEXTURES, PALETTE KNIVES.
Day 1: Saturday, 22nd January: Texture “Buddha” Painting
Day 2: Saturday, 29th January: Van Gogh “Cafe Terrace at Night”
Canvas/ Canvas Pad/ Thick Art Sheet (approx 10” by 14”)
Brushes/ Palette knife
Pencil & eraser
Palette, water bowl, rag
Starts from: Saturday, 22nd Jan
Time: 3pm to 6pm (IST)
Age: Adults and children over 10 years
Fee: Rs 1600 per person (For both sessions)
Rs 1000 (For any 1 session)
Venue: Online sessions on Zoom
This course is about getting you to solve the most famous puzzle in the world, Rubik’s cube. If you tried to solve it in the past and failed, worry not… you will be guided step by step through unique methods. By the end of the course you will be able to solve the Rubik’s Cube from any position.
What is a Rubik’s Cube?
The Rubik’s cube is a 3-D combination puzzle and is the world’s top selling puzzle game. It comes in different levels such as the 3×3, 4×4, 5×5 and many more.
Benefits of the Rubik’s Cube:
Along with logical thinking, memory power and practice, one can easily solve this puzzle. With the understanding of basic concepts of cubing and the movements this puzzle becomes a piece of cake. Committed to practice one can solve it in under a minute and earn bragging rights. If one is interested and wants to challenge oneself one can also learn to solve the 4×4, 5×5, mirror cube and so on.
Date: 18th to 22nd Oct
Day: Monday to Friday
Time: 11:30 am to 12:30 pm (IST)
Fee: Rs 700 per person (includes taxes)
Venue: Online Classes on Zoom
Register with GPAY on 78297 92950
Note: You will be added to a WhatsApp group for ease in communication with the steps to join in a day prior to the workshop.
The 5-day online art camp is all about inspiring creativity in kids of all ages. These activities will keep your kids not only entertained and engaged but give them a zeal to DIY and upcycle things that are around them.
Day 1: Monday, 18th Oct Zentangle Still Life – The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. We call these patterns, tangles. You create tangles with combinations of dots, lines, simple curves, S-curves and orbs. These simple shapes are the “Elemental Strokes” in all Zentangle art. Materials required – Marker/Microtip pen and colors
Day 2 : Tuesday, 19th Oct Bottle Painting – Upcycle your glass bottles to a beautiful piece of art using some fun and endearing art techniques making most of the materials available with you. These bottles may be used as vases, lampshade holders, etc.
Materials required – Empty glass/ plastic/ metal bottle or jar, acrylic paints, brushes sponge (optional) earbuds/ Q tips, any marker or sketch pen.
Day 3: Wednesday, 20th Oct Harry Potter Painting – Little treat to all Potterheads, as Hedwig brings you your Letter from Hogwarts. After getting sorted into your Houses we shall swish and flick our brushes to paint the adorable Hedwig. All supplies will be brought straight from Diagon Alley to your desk. Do not hold back if you have never painted before, we have got it all sorted for you.
Materials required – Canvas/ Drawing sheet, brushes, acrylic paints
Day 4: Thursday, 21st Oct
Texture Painting: Acrylic painting of cupcake with textured background. Participants will learn how to create textures with various materials like bubble wraps/ newspapers, tooth brush, fingers etc
Materials require – Acrylic paints and available materials for texturing
Day 5: Friday, 22nd Oct Lippan Art – Lippan Kaam, also known as Mud and mirror work is a traditional Mural Craft of Kutch, Gujarat India. Learn Clay Modeling techniques and Mirror placing in this session.
Materials required – Mirrors, Shilpkaar clay, canvas/any MDF board
Date: Mon, 18th Oct to Fri, 22nd Oct
Time: 11:30 am to 1:00 pm (IST)
Venue: Online classes on Zoom
Fee: Rs 1800 per person (for 5 days)
Rs 500 per person (for ANY one day)
Fee inclusive of taxes
Note: Participants may register for any one day. Look forward to an engaging experience in picking up new skills.
Raell Padamsee’s ACE presents BE A BROADWAY STAR – LION KING & ALADDIN
Introducing children to every fascinating aspect of theatre using an interactive, hands-on approach. Specially designed and curated keeping in mind age-appropriate content.
A musical theatre section where students will learn:
1. An excerpt from a Broadway Musical.
2. Designing, Creating & Executing simple props & costumes for the theatrical play with basic materials found at home.
3. Using Audio-Video aids From Musical Productions & the silver screen to bring characters, emotions, expressions alive in class.
4. Using sound as a medium to create artistic creative pieces of theatre.
5. Theatre Etiquette & how applause can simply energize one’s performance on stage.
6. Interpreting stage backdrops and sets to find the perfect fit with different scenes and bring out the right emotion portrayed on stage for each scene.
A speech & diction section where students will learn & engage in a variety of creative activities.
Starting from 19th June and ending on 21st Aug (10 Sessions)
Every Saturday – Once a week
4 to 6 years: 11:20 am
7 to 9 years: 3 pm
10 to 13 years: 3 pm
Price: Rs 4800 per person
Each session is for 1 hour
Organised: Raell Padamsee’s Academy for Creative Expression (ACE)
Each child will get a Certificate from Raell Padamsee’s Academy for Creative Expression after successfully completing their virtual, interactive, inclusive performance for their parents on the last day.
ACE presents “Sherlock Holmes”. Find the inner detective in you. (For Ages 10 to 13 only)
Every child at some point wants to be a detective. Here’s the perfect opportunity to embrace their inner Sherlock. This exciting and exploratory theatre workshop will have a scripted play that sets the scene for a crime only Sherlock Holmes and Dr.Watson can solve.
Your child will hone their acting skills as they enact a mime at the crime scene, collecting fingerprints and evidence that cant is tampered with. With all the fun of learning, developing acting skills, acquiring theatrical skills and the excitement of solving a mystery right at the scene if the crime, this acting workshop will take you to the dark alleys of London with our play “Sherlock Holmes”.
Get your magnifying glasses ready!
Date: 12th June to 14th Aug
Time: 3 pm to 4 pm (IST)
Fee: Rs 4800 per person (includes taxes)
Venue: Online Classes on Zoom
Each session is for 1 hour. There are 10 sessions, once a week every Saturday.
* We recommend that the child first does Speech and drama and Be a broadway star workshops 10 Sessions
3 key areas of a child’s development that are essential for preschoolers are language skills, social & emotional development.
Sign up for Raell Padamsee’s Little Actors Club and let your child explore the wonderfully magical world of theatre… your little ones will get to understand & enact value based playlets, simulated role play sessions which give them the appropriate skills to deal with effective communication & day to day social interaction in a cohesive & nurturing environment. All this adds to their development & readies them to start their pre-primary school with creativity & confidence.
The Little Actors Club has nurtured young children through the creative arts for over 20 years
Date: 31st May to 9th June
Day: Mon, Wed & Fri – 5 sessions
Time: 3 pm (IST)
Fee: Rs 2000
Venue: Online sessions on zoom
Each child will get a Certificate of Participation from Raell Padamsee’s Academy for Creative Expression.
Students make Paper circuits, their own unique light up art, and they build their own artbot in this amazing circuits camp.
What will your kid learn?
Kids will learn about basics of electricity and conductivity while building their own circuits. There is a lot of scope for experimentation in this camp, allowing kids to build independent thinking, and creativity.
Age: 8- 10 years
Date: 17th to 28th May
Day: Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Time: 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm (IST)
Fee: Rs 2500 per person
Venue: Online session on zoom
Note: Kits will be sent once registered. An early registration will help us send the kits on time.
Smitha Pisupati, a maker, tinkerer, and founder of Tinkerama. She love building things, and love teaching. Tinkerama is her venture to bring Creative Confidence to children through hands on learning. With an electronics background, she had worked as a firmware engineer for 11 years, and programming has been a large part of her previous career.
We have a Fluid Art Workshop with Arth by Kshama planned for you. It is an intuitive form of art that is very captivating and gaining popularity amongst artists and amateurs alike. A fun painting technique that involves flowing acrylic paints resulting in mesmerizing works of art.
We shall explore various techniques of acrylic pouring like ribbon pour, swirls, flip cup, strainer etc. Participants can use any one or combination of the above techni
– Canvas 10” by 10” (any other similar size or shape will do) – Can keep extra canvas to practice
– Fevicryl bottle paints (any 4/5 shades of 100 ml) (keep a balance of light, medium, dark shades)
– Paper cups 10 (medium size)
– Plastic sheet to cover ur table area.
Hand-building Pottery – Beginners Workshop in Bangalore
Indulge yourself in some clay time. Beat the heat with some cool clay play. Here is a much-awaited pottery workshop on Hand-building with Clay.
The workshop includes basic techniques like pinching, coiling and slab making. Hand-building pottery is the basic start one needs to learn in order to work with clay as a hobby or profession. Connecting with the clay and understanding different forms will give more exposure to building bigger articles. Before you start using the wheel, basic hand-building is very important.
Workshop schedule includes –
1. Understanding clay
2. Understanding of how the raw clay is processed to a usable article
3. Pinching method
4. Coil method
5. Slab making method
6. Drying and firing methods(theory only)
7. Paints, varnish n glazing methods(theory only)
This hand-building pottery session covers the different methods of working with clay.
In this workshop, participants will learn the art of moulding easy and beautiful hand built articles.
Pottery also plays an important role in one’s health and is also used as a form of therapy. Working with clay helps –
To bring out your creative thought process
Is Meditative in nature
Improves focus and instills calmness
Improves Motor skills
Age: 8 & above
Date: 21st February 2020 Day: Sunday Time: 3 pm to 6 pm Fee: Rs 1500 (Including all materials) Venue: Bloom and Grow, Koramangala
Booking fee – Rs 500+taxes (Balance can be paid during the workshop)
Participants are restricted in no. to ensure covid protocols.
Sketching and Pencil Shading – Free Trial Live Session with Micky Sujan
This online pencil sketching session will show you how to create advanced art that will stand up as professional work. These sessions will help you enhance your drawing skills.
During these sessions we will take you from having little knowledge in drawing to creating advanced art and having a deep understanding of drawing fundamentals.
After successful completion of four online batches of sketching, we are back with the fifth batch starting from 21st November.
Faux Marble Effect – Online Workshop with Tanvi Shah
In this session, we explore a unique specialty finish – faux marble effect. This workshop is packed with techniques. Two different techniques will be demonstrated to create a marble effect.
You will get start-to-finish instructions, a clear understanding of the materials used and handy tips that will enable you to create other objects, making this an interesting session for all interested DIY enthusiasts.
Using this technique and mimic the look of marble on dull and boring objects such as boxes, trays, tabletops, benches, walls and more.
– MDF/ wood base/ old melamine tray or any surface that you need to give a new look.
– Acrylic colors (choice of your color – black, white, grey & blue recommended)
– Shrink plastic/ Kitchen cling film
– Acrylic retarder(recommended but not compulsory)
– Stencil & Stencil Brush (Optional)
Day & Date: Sunday, 1st November
Time: 3 pm to 5 pm (IST)
Venue: Online session on zoom
Fee: Rs 900 per person (Inclusive of GST and convenience charges)
What is One stroke painting?
One stroke painting is an art technique in which you can make beautiful paintings in one stroke. You can achieve shading, highlighting, and blending in a single stroke movement. This technique add more depth and realism in paintings and can be used on a variety of different surfaces such as glass, canvas, wood, paper, fabric etc.
What are the basic materials required for the workshop?
– Canvas board OR canvas pad: OR Thick drawing sheet/ chart paper (over 250 GSM and above) – Recommended size for the final project is 8 by 10 inches
–Acrylic paints (Recommended colors: White, Olive Green, Napkes Yellow, Indian Red, Teal Blue. However, feel free to use whatever acrylic colors you may have)
–Flat brush no. 5/6/7
–Thin round brush No. 0/1/2/3 – Print papers A
– Other supplies such as Water, spare cloth, sponge/dabber, mixing plate/palette
No prior experience/ artistic experience required!
Participants will practice various brush loading and painting techniques before doing a composition.
Video will be provided post the workshop for view for a limited period.
About the Artist:
Nirupama Chirmade is a Bangalore-based One Stroke Painting Technique artist. She learnt this art in US. Her love for Nature was how she began paintings. Flowers and Leaves using acrylic colours. The beauty in one stroke she says is When she see real flowers, she thinks of ways to paint it using One Stroke technique.
Day & Date: Sunday, 18th October
Timings: 5 pm to 7 pm
Venue: Online Session on Zoom
Fee: Rs 800 per person (Inclusive of GST and convenience charges)
‘Resin’ is the newest buzz word in the world of crafting and DIY because of the versatility it offers – to use resin on wood, glass, mdf, ceramic etc
Resin is a two-part compound that hardens to give a clear and glossy finish. Combined with beautiful pigments and resin making techniques you will be equipped
to learn all about resin and geode look alike, so you can get it right when you try it the first time and do not waste time, effort and money.
What you will learn-
Learn about resin materials and how to use them
The different surfaces to work on.
Sources from where you can purchase the materials
How to achieve a Geode like look on the resin work
Learn what all semi precious stones can be used in resin.
Other materials which can be used in resin.
Pointers to keep in mind for safety and after care and usability of your resin product
This is a demonstration based workshop (recommended).You can learn the techniques, take notes step by step, so it will be helpful to purchase the right material post the workshop.
However, if you wish to do it along, you can take a note of materials –
– Resin and hardener
– Base board
– Weighing scale
– Leveller (also available on mobile apps)
– Blow dryer/heat gun
– Blow torch
– Plastic glass
– Paper cups
– Tissue paper
– Crystals, glass pieces etc. (optional for geode)
Day & Date: Saturday, 26th September
Time: 5 pm to 7 pm (IST)
Fee: Rs 800 per person
* Demonstration will be followed by Question-Answers and the trainer will be accessible for any query, later as well.
* Once you register you will be added to a whatsapp group for ease of communication with the steps to join in.
* Reach out to us if you require a kit to be sent to you, once registered.
About Bloom and Grow:
Bloom & Grow facilitates artist-led art & craft workshops in studios and also, conducts art based corporate workshops across India.
Faux calligraphy (also known as fake calligraphy) is a fun and simple way to learn lettering and calligraphy. It imitates the look of some styles of calligraphy using simple tools.
The best part is that you can do faux calligraphy with any sort of writing tool that you have!
In this 3 day course, we would be learning all the letters, but not how to write them, but rather, how to draw them beautifully! You would be able to letter your favorite lines in a proper layout, in a calligraphic style using just regular writing tools.
There will be an in detail study of letter forms and guidelines for achieving a uniform and even style.
Materials required : paper (ruled or unruled, thick or regular A4, anything would do), pen/fine marker/sketch pens, ruler, pencil, eraser.
Date: 18th,19th & 20th September 2020
Day: Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Timing: 5 pm to 6:30 pm
Fee: Rs 1200 per person (Inclusive of Taxes)