African Art Workshop By Trishna Patnaik

Rukhsana Manor, 237 B, Chapel Rd, Ranwar, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050, India

African Art has played a significant role in shaping the culture and history of the world. The belief that Africa is the cradle of the history of mankind is virtually unshakeable. 
Rock Art is centuries old, while shell beads fashioned for a necklace have been recovered in a cave off the southern peninsula of South Africa that are 75,000 years old. 
The human figure has always been the primary subject matter for most African art; we will be focusing on tall stick ‘dancing’ figures for our painting in the African Art workshop. 
The figures are dynamic and elongate, and the colours are mostly red, white, grey, and black.  Many warm tones ranging from red to yellow are also used. Most of the 'dancing' figures are decorated with unusual patterns and festive clothing.
Participants will work with acrylic colours, metallic colours and cartridge sheets in the African Art Workshop.

Date:  16th February , 2019 (Saturday)
Timings:  4 to 6:30 pm
Fees: Rs 1800 per person (including art material)
Venue: Adagio, Bandra west
Take Away: One artwork (A3 size)
For registrations please contact Trishna Patnaik on 9867982075.

Last date for registrations is 15th February, 2019.

Registrations will be on first come first serve basis.

African Art