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Kiran Nadar Museum of Art engages in a wide variety of education activities. Focusing on the mission to make art accessible to all, education is one of the pathways that the museum seeks to highlight. In collaboration with Studio Printmaking, this engaging workshop is open to all and offers the opportunity to learn printmaking. Allowing a glimpse into the technique of photographic printing through this two day Cyanotype Printmaking Workshop.
Allowing participants to observe, learn, and create their own set of intriguing blue prints. This educational experience will allow for the exploration of the beautiful art of cyanotype printing and its captivating process. Inspired by influential artists Sher Shah and Randhir Singh, whose series of cyanotype prints are currently on display at KNMA, Noida, who draw on a lifelong fascination with concepts of architectural scale and sculptural intent.
The workshop will be followed by a walkthrough of the ongoing exhibition, Inner life of Things Around Anatomies and Armatures Curated by Roobina Karode.
· Cyanotype Printmaking Workshop from July 23-24, 2022
· Woodcut Printmaking Workshop from July 30-31, 2022
Time 11 am – 1 pm
Age group – 13+ years
Venue – KNMA, Noida
35 seats only per workshop.
Registration link: https://insider.in/making-prints-at-knma-jul23-2
About Studio Printmaking:
Studio Printmaking is an initiative founded and run by experienced printmakers to spread the love for the medium. It has made huge strides in spreading the awareness of this incredibly versatile and powerful idea.
The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art
Established by art collector Kiran Nadar in 2010, the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) is the first privately-funded museum of art exhibiting modern and contemporary works from India and the sub-continent. Located in New Delhi NCR, India’s capital city, KNMA hosts an ever-growing collection of artworks that both highlights a magnificent generation of 20th-century Indian painters from the post- Independence decades and engages with the different art practices of younger contemporaries.
Sponsored by the Shiv Nadar Foundation, KNMA is focused on bridging the gap between art and the public and fostering a museum-going culture in India. KNMA aims to become a place for confluence, dialogue and collaboration through its curatorial initiatives and exhibitions, school and college workshops, art appreciation discourses, symposiums, and public programs.