Explore the world of heritage with storyteller and theatre practitioner, Vikram Sridhar, in this theatre and storytelling workshop. Through roleplay, improv theatre, show and tell and story writing, children will get to turn museum objects into characters and create a drama around them. This two-day workshop explores narratives and stories around heritage and will culminate with children writing a short script and enacting it.
This play will be enacted on day 2 at 3.00pm and parents are requested to join and enjoy the delightful performances.
This event is part of Summer at MAP – an annual workshop series for kids. Storytelling is an art form that is as old as human existence and for this season, we explore the world of storytelling through visual art and theatre.
The session has limited seats and registration is on a first come first serve basis.
Registering for the workshop requires participation on both days.
Materials will be provided.
This is a physical event at MAP Education Centre, Mohan Mansion, 3rd floor, 48 Kasturba Road, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru- 560001
*Lunch break from 1pm – 2pm. Participants are requested to carry their own lunch.
If you’d like ISL interpretation at this event, please write to us prior to the event at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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