Madhubani Art Class:
Learn more about this popular art form, meet Avinash Karn who is making Madhubani paintings relevant to our times, and make a Madhubani painting for yourself under his guidance! Madhubani is a traditional Indian art form made on canvas, cloth or cow dung washed handmade paper.
The following materials will be required for the session: Blank A4 sheets ( 1- 2 sheets), pencil and eraser, pen and markers (optional), sketch pens, paintbrushes of any size and thickness and acrylic colours (If you do not have acrylic colours, any other medium such as watercolours, poster colours or crayons will also be fine).
We encourage participants with any kind of difficulty related to hearing, speaking, learning, etc. to participate in the class.
If you are a participant of this nature, please write to email@example.com prior to registration and let us know the the nature of the difficulty and the accommodations that may be required. We will try our best to make the necessary arrangements in consultation with you.
Born into a family of Madhubani painters in Ranti, Bihar, artist Avinash Karn is the founder of Madhubani’s first art collective, Kachni Bharni Art Group. His paintings are aimed at changing the dynamics of this art form and adopting contemporary narratives drawn from his personal experiences. While Karn’s aesthetic still adheres to the folk form, the paintings themselves are inspired by the world around him.