Creative Vidyarambam Art Workshop
“Great Opportunity to make a beginning of learning a new Art”
Every culture practices ART and is the defining character of the human species. Irrespective of age or gender art has remained a great energizer. Learning and practicing any form of ART can be a great stress buster.
Creativity is the hallmark of any ART. For those who wish to make a beginning and indulge in Creative Art, The Hindu Tamil Thisai and DOT School of Design provide a great platform to indulge.
On the occasion of Vijayadasami make a beginning in your journey of artistic exploration.
Note: This would be an online workshop where an instructional video would be shared with you post-registration. Be prepared with the required materials for your chosen workshop.
On October 26th, 2020 at 10 AM
Design Leader and Art Practioner
Sathyaseelan Gangaasalam is the current design head of Ashok Leyland. He is a positively charged M. Des graduate from IIT Delhi.Apart from working for the industry, he finds time to curate the young and upcoming talents.
Dhakshina Murthy is one of South India's most committed and influential artists. Professionally a painter, a product of the Madras College of Arts and Crafts, Class of 1982, he is a man of many parts and interests. Whenever he gets an opportunity, he visits old temples and ruins, searching for artistic nuances that sculptor of bygone eras had conceived.
Mark Rathinaraj is an artist who lives in Chennai, but his soul is rooted in the experiences of the tradition of culture of his hometown, the memories which he carries forward in his visual art making of painting and drawing. Having developed a signatorial style, his canvases and drawings commands immediate recognition to his works.