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Bhumi Arts Workshops

A box of colours, some paintbrushes and a blank canvas could brighten up young Rajan’s face. Rajan is one amongst the hundreds of children who are a part of our Artoons project across India. While our volunteers strive hard everyday to curate new curriculum, they fall short when it comes to providing these children with basic art supplies. 

You can help us raise money and buy that box of colours for Rajan and many more children like him. Want to know how?

Join our interesting art workshops over the weekend and support Bhumi’s Artoons project.

Artoons project is a part of the Ignite programme which helps underprivileged kids learn, think out-of-the-box and transform themselves as artists, designers by teaching different forms of Arts and crafts. 

Gond (Indian Folk Art) Workshop by Savita Iyer


About the Artist:

Savita Iyer (@urbankala_art_of_gifting) is a quintessential Mumbaikar who is the brain behind Urbankala- Art of Gifting, after her 10 year long career as a Texturing & Lighting Expert in the VFX and animation industry. The artist who works on the painted/sculpted merchandise at Urbankala.Spreads art through her workshops pan India.

About Gond Art:

The Gonds are the tribal community mostly found in the Gond forests of the central India. They are widely spread in Madhya Pradesh.Gond paintings are a form of painting from folk and tribal art that is practiced by one of the largest tribes in India with whom it shares its name. Gond comes from the Dravidian expression, Kond which means ‘the green mountain’. Owning to this belief the Gond tribals traditionally painted their homes, mud walls and floors during festivals and marriages using colored muds. Initially, they used to do it as a decorative and symbolic art which could fight of evil and invite optimism,hence the forms of gond art are also very simple and yet expressive in their own way.

What you’ll learn in this workshop?

In this workshop they will learn to draw these stylised character and , paint them using a particular color palatte and learn to do the detailing.

Materials Required:

  • Paper or canvas
  • Colors- acrylic or watercolors
  • Pencil, eraser
  • Microns of black pens for outline
  • 0 number brush for outlines
  • 3 – 6 number brush for filling colors.
  • One flat brush for wash

The workshop will be hosted via Zoom. We will send you a unique Zoom link a day before the workshop for you to join.

Date and Time: June 28th (11am to 1pm)

Duration2 hours

Donor Pass : Rs.449/- 

Coffee Painting Workshop by Sheena Anam

Coffee Painting 1

About the Artist:

I’m Sheena Anam (@sheena_anam), a 23 yr old artist from Bangalore, India! I’m a teacher by profession and have a burning fire for painting. I was fascinated by the idea of paints at a very young age and haven’t left it since! I have been practicing art for over 12 years now and have considerable experience working with different mediums like oil, pencil shading, charcoal, resin and acrylic.

What you will learn:

  1. Creating tones using coffee
  2. Coffee blending techniques
  3. Cityscape as a final product
  4. Preserving coffee art

Materials Required:

  1. Instant coffee 1 pack
  2. Palette
  3. Brush
  4. Paper a4 size
  5. Spoon
  6. Tissues
  7. Tape (optional)

The workshop will be hosted via Zoom. We will send you a unique Zoom link a day before the workshop for you to join.

Date and Time:June 27th (11am to 1pm)

Donor Pass: Rs.449/-