I am a craftpreneur working under my brand @crafty.genes. I have been an art enthusiast since my school days! I love to explore various craft forms like Decoupage, Resin Art, Mixed Media, Fluid Art and many more. I have exhibited my handmade products through various events. I teach through online and offline workshops for kids and adults. I believe in "love what you do".
Faux Lippan Art with Tanya
Lippan art is a clay art form originating in the state of Gujarat, India. It is mostly used by the village ladies from the Kutch region to decorate their homes. Traditionally, Lippan is made by adding mud with animal dung and done on the walls. It is also called mud-and-mirror work. In this workshop, participants will learn about a more contemporary way of lippan which uses air-dried clay.
The instructor, Tanya, is a freelance crafter by passion and a dedicated learner. She has been an art enthusiast since her school days! Tanya loves to explore various craft forms like Decoupage, Resin Art, Mixed Media, Fluid Art and many more. She has also exhibited her handmade products at various events. Tanya teaches her art through online and offline workshops for kids and adults. Her motto is “love what you do”. Her Instagram page is @crafty.genes.
- What is lippan kaam?
- How to make lippan art in a contemporary style;
- How to get a neat finish of the art with textures;
- Final product – a wall decor piece;
Workshop Specific Points:
- Participants must have:
- Canvas (8×10);
- White acrylic colour;
- Fevicryl mouldit (2 packets);
- Fevicol or fabric glue;
- Mirrors of different shapes and sizes;
- Basic stationery;
- You don’t need any prior experience to attend this webinar, just an eager mind would do;
- Instructions will be in English. The instructor is also comfortable with Hindi;
- Participants must be at least 13 years of age.
Other Important Points
- The image used in promotions and workshop details cover is for representation and may or may not be the exact work taught in the workshop. In the case of arts or crafts workshops, the image used is of an original work created by the instructor unless specifically stated;
- Participants under the age of 16 must have a parent or guardian nearby to help them out if needed;
- You will require a laptop with a functional microphone and webcam to join the webinar. If you intend to join on your mobile, you will need to download the free Google Meet app.
- You must have a good WiFi speed of at least 5 Mbps. A 4G connection will not suffice!
- Process: After you have purchased your ticket, you will be sent a calendar invite for the webinar within a day. This calendar invite will be sent on the same email id as you have used while purchasing the ticket. Please do remember to RSVP! On the Friday prior to the webinar, you will be added to a WhatsApp group created for the webinar to facilitate communications.
- Please note that Bodhiroom only refunds the ticket price in case of cancellation on part of the organiser. There is no refund in case the participant is unable to attend and no possibility of re-using the ticket for another workshop;
- Bodhiroom does not record its webinars;
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