We’re thrilled to share the exciting news of our students’ participation in the INTACH-Endangered Art and Craft Workshop—an immersive journey into the vibrant world of endangered artistic traditions.
In collaboration with INTACH (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage), our students embarked on a mission to explore, learn, and revive endangered art forms and crafts that are at the risk of fading away. This workshop not only fosters creativity but also contributes to the preservation of our rich cultural heritage. Two students Mahi Sarin and Shristi Kumar of IX B got selected for best drawing in Madhubani Paintings. Manoj Pandit (Artisans & Secretary of Madhubani Painting) also spoke few words to the students.
From intricate Madhubani paintings to the delicate art of Pattachitra, our students delved into various traditional art forms under the guidance of seasoned artisans. The workshop aimed to not just teach techniques but to instill a deep appreciation for the stories and history behind each stroke of the brush.
What makes this workshop truly special is the sense of community it fosters. Students collaborated with each other and with skilled artisans, creating an atmosphere of shared learning and mutual inspiration. The cultural exchange between the participants and the artisans added an extra layer of richness to the experience.
Through this workshop, students found a platform to express themselves artistically while also contributing to the larger cause of preserving our artistic heritage. Each piece created tells a story—a story of tradition, innovation, and the passion to keep our cultural legacy alive.
As we celebrate the culmination of this workshop, we invite you to witness the incredible artworks that have emerged. Stay tuned for an upcoming exhibition where our students will showcase their creations, sharing not just the art but the journey of discovery and rediscovery.
Let’s continue to support and encourage these budding artists as they take a step towards becoming custodians of our cultural legacy. After all, art is not just a skill; it’s a bridge between generations and a testament to the beauty of diversity.