Of Tails & Tales #1 | Innisfree House School

Exploring human relations to natural environments through the visual arts.

22 June, 2016 - 22 June, 2016

Age Group: 7 – 11 years

Session Duration: 2 hours

Participating Institution: Innisfree House School 

Of Tails & Tales, a unique series of workshops designed by MAP in partnership with Flow India, took off to a roaring start with 40 young art explorers joining us from the Innisfree House School and the Ashwini Charitable Trust for our launching sessions.

Entailing a walkthrough of the exhibit put together for the workshops, and including a series of hands-on activities, the workshops attempt to encourage lateral thinking by initiating discussions on visual representation, anthropomorphic symbolism and the diversity of media, process and approach, in the creation of art. They finally conclude with a ‘creating your own artworks’ component — that put their learning into practice.

Participants from the Innisfree House, Day One at Of Tails & Tales #1

Participants in the throes of discussion after their first activity, ‘Of Tails & Tales’ #1


Stopping by the pigeons: during the gallery walk-through, ‘Of Tails & Tales’ #1


Stopping by the peacocks: during the gallery walk-through, ‘Of Tails & Tales’ #1

Making your own artworks — the last activity of the day at Session One, 'Of Tails & Tales' #1

Putting learning into practice: participants sit down to make their own artworks in this activity, ‘Of Tails & Tales’ #1


Our young artists proudly display their collages, ‘Of Tails & Tales’ #1