Relooking at the Garden City

2024-07-15 17:09:00

Shanthamani Muddaiah

Relooking at the Garden City


June 18, 2021    
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Bookings closed

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This two-part workshop has been designed for young people and families. The workshop is open to young adults (16-20 years) and families (one adult and one or more child).

Join the artist for an introductory session that examines the origins of Bengaluru as a garden city and participate in researching, illustrating and documenting the trees in your locality.

Get a chance to explore Bengaluru’s famed flora as a family.

This workshop is restricted to people staying in Bengaluru. The weekend workshop will require the participants to engage in set activities outside the two mandated event sessions.

Participants will relook at the trees in their locality and identify a chosen tree with its location, observe samples and study the leaves, flowers, seeds of the tree and look at the birds, insects and animals that are sheltered in and around this tree.

Session 1: Friday, 18 June 2021, 6pm (IST)
Session 2: Sunday, 20 June 2021, 6pm (IST)

The session on Friday evening with the artist will explore the origins of Bengaluru as a garden city and will brief participants on the programme outcome. The second and final session on on Sunday evening will be for participants to share their outcomes, process and challenges.

Important note: Registrations close by 15 June 2021. Post registration, you will receive an email requesting for additional details on 16 June 2021. The meeting link for the live session will be shared by 17 June 2021.

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, or have any further queries regarding this workshop, please write to 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.


Bookings are closed for this event.

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Shanthamani M


Shanthamani M lives and works in Bengaluru, India. She completed her graduation and post-graduation in Fine Arts from Mysore and MS University, Baroda before commencing on her career as an artist. She has exhibited her works, both solo and in group, in Bangalore, Bombay, London, Miami, New Delhi, Singapore and other cities.

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