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KAPS and VOH will be conducting an Arts Appreciation Course on Kangra Art in June. The course aims to introduce the participants to Kangra miniature art and take them through the evolution of this …

KAPS and VOH will be conducting an Arts Appreciation Course on Kangra Art in June. The course aims to introduce the participants to Kangra miniature art and take them through the evolution of this magnificent art form.

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  • 1. KANGRA ARTS PROMOTION SOCIETY VOICE OF HIMACHAL ARTS APPRECIATION COURSE KANGRA MINIATURE ARTKangra painting is the pictorial art of Kangra, Himachal The Kangra artists created an elegant style which enjoyed famePradesh, a former princely state, which patronized the art. and glory for almost forty years. In the current age however,The main centres of Kangra paintings are Guler, Basohli, Kangra miniature art has been on a decline. The Kangra ArtsChamba, Nurpur, Bilaspur and Kangra, as also Mandi, Suket, Promotion Society (KAPS) an NGO at Dharamshala, HimachalKulu, Arki, Nalagarh and Tehri Garhwal. These styles are Pradesh is working for the promotion of this art which is on thecollectively known as Pahari painting. Under the patronageof Maharaja Sansar Chand (1765-1823), the Kangra school verge of extinction today.became the most important centre of Pahari painting. KAPS was founded by Mr. B.K. Agarwal, Dr. Akshai RunchalThis great art originated in a small hill state ‘Guler’ in the and Mr. Bharat Khera with the purpose of ensuring that theLower Himalayas in the first half of the 18th century when tradition of Kangra Paintings and other arts passes on to thea family of Kashmiri painters trained in Mughal future generations. The objectives of KAPS are preservation ofpainting style sought shelter at the court of Raja DalipSingh (1695-1741) of Guler. The new arrivals mingled with the arts of Kangra, encouragement of existing artists, starting athe local artists and were greatly influenced by the school to teach the arts of Kangra and building a treasure of oldatmosphere of the hills. Bhakti cult was the driving force and new paintings for posterity. In addition to running a schooland the love story of Radha and Krishna has been the main to train the youth of Himachal Pradesh in this art, KAPS alsotheme of the Kangra style of painting. The paintings are runs a workshop where genuine Kangra Paintings are made onnaturalistic and use cool, fresh colors extracted from traditional hand made paper using only mineral and vegetableminerals, vegetables having enamel-like lustre. The faces colours. Mr Dhani Ram Khushdil and Mr. Mukesh are theare well modeled and shaded such that they possess almostporcelain-like delicacy. master artists who train the students at the schools run by KAPS.
  • 2. The Kangra Arts Promotion Society and Voice ofHimachal will be conducting an Arts AppreciationCourse. This residential 3 day certificate course willaim to introduce the participants to Kangra miniature artand take them through the evolution of this magnificentart form.The course will cover:  History of Kangra Miniature painting  Famous works of the master Kangra artists  Basic themes of Kangra paintings  Fundamentals of Kangra art-colour mixing, brushes, how to make the basic lines, etc  Key elements that differentiate Kangra art from other art-special paper, colours, thematic styles, etc  Making Kangra miniature paintings  Exhibition of Kangra Paintings for the duration of the course Date: 24th June to 26th June Venue: Jagori Campus at Sidhbari Address: VPO Rakkar Sidhbari Tehesil Dharmsala, District Kangra Himachal Pradesh 176057 Facilities Provided:  Accommodation at Jagori campus in Sidhbari, for 3 days (24th, 25th and 26th) and 3 nights (23rd, 24th and 25th)  2 seater and 3 seater rooms available  Breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks through the 3 days  Materials and other art resources for the course Participants will be awarded a Certificate of Participation and hand crafted Kangra art as mementos.
  • 3. KANGRA ARTS PROMOTION SOCIETY VOICE OF HIMACHAL Fee: Rs 4700/- This fee is not inclusive of transport arrangements Participants will have an opportunity to meet and interact with the famous Kangra master artist Mr. Vijay Sharma. Mr Vijay Sharma is a distinguished art critic and has written the first-ever Hindi book tracing the history, expansion and other aspects of Kangra paintings, titled ‘Kangra Ki Chitrankan Parampara’. He received the National Award in 1990. The master artists Mr. Dhani Ram and Mr. Mukesh Kumar will conduct the workshop and take participants through the intricacies of Kangra paintings. Mr Dhani Ram trains the students at the Chitera School of Art, conducting classes at the Kangra Art Museum while Mr Mukesh conducts his advanced classes at the Chamunda Devi temple. Dr. Gautam Vyathit, is a renowned authority on folk arts and culture. Mr B.K. Agarwal, the President of KAPS, currently the Principal Resident Commissioner of the State of Himachal Pradesh in Delhi will also share his experiences and thoughts on the miniature art forms.
  • 4. Payment Process:Cheque / DD for the fee amount may be made inthe name of “Voice of Himachal” and sent to:Voice of Himachal49, Civil Lines,Dharamshala,Himachal Pradesh-176 215Online Bank Transfer may also be made to:Voice of HimachalAccount No: 05241450000128Bank: HDFC, Branch: The Mall ShimlaIFSC Code: HDFC0000524Follow us at:http://www.facebook.com/kangraartshttp://www.kangraarts.org/ For further details, contact: Mr. Varun Singh Mobile No. : +91 98055 10111 Email ID: varun.ratan@himvani.com

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