Aakriti 2012

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Aakriti 2012

  1. 1. CelebratesAakriti 2012
  2. 2. 6th to 8th September 2012 The Experience:A series of workshops in different art forms to take you back to the roots of Indian tradition via its jewellery The Remembrance: Your very own creation to cherish
  3. 3. The Schedule
  4. 4. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF JEWELLERYInvites you to be a part of Aakriti “CREATIVE FEST 2012”
  5. 5. Papier Mache
  6. 6. Papier Mache is believed to be as old as paper making. It is aconstruction material with paper and paper products along withglue as its core raw materials. Though Papier Mache is light inweight, it is sturdy. The art of Papier Mache is practiced globally and is used in schoolprojects, house decoration, making art prototypes, casting andreproducing items, making props for theatres and movies andmaking wild life & animals & making jewellery
  7. 7. Day & Date:Thursday6th September 2012Time:9:00 am to 11:30 am
  8. 8. Meenakari-Enamelling
  9. 9. The enamel work done on a metal surface is known as meenakari.The word Meena stands for enamel and the work ‘kari’ is the art.Meena (enamel) + Kari (the art) = meenakari (art of enameling)Glass and other colored stones are crushed into very fine powderand prepared for enameling.This powder mixture is laid carefully in predefined boundaries ofmetal created by either soldering very fine outlines in gold or byhammering into the metal to create grooves where the color shouldfill in.
  10. 10. Day & Date:Thursday6th September 2012Time:11:45 am to 1:45 pm
  11. 11. SanjhiArt
  12. 12. Sanjhi, the art of hand cutting designs on paper, is typical art ofMathura in Uttar Pradesh, the legendary home of Lord Krishna.Traditionally, motifs from the stories of Krishna are created instencil and used to decorate spaces during festive seasons or areused for filling in with colors in water and on the floors oftemples.The cutting process requires enormous skill, concentration andpatience, and the fine detail is achieved with specially designedscissors. Of late, striding latticework patterns of Mughal origin aswell as more contemporary themes have been introduced to widenthe repertoire.
  13. 13. Day & Date:Thursday6th September 2012Time:2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
  14. 14. CAD -
  15. 15. Computer-aided design (CAD), also known as computer-aideddesign and drafting (CADD), is the use of computer systems toassist in the creation, modification, analysis, or optimization ofa design. Computer-aided drafting describes the process of creatinga technical drawing with the use of computer software. CADsoftware is used to increase the productivity of the designer,improve the quality of design, improve communications throughdocumentation, and to create a database for manufacturing. CAD output is often in the form of electronic files for print ormachining operations
  16. 16. Day & Date:Thursday6th September 2012Time:2:30 pm to 5:00 pmFriday7th September 2012Time:2:30 pm to 5:00 pmSaturday8th September 2012Time:2:30 pm to 5:00 pm
  17. 17. Pattachitra
  18. 18. Pattachitra is a traditional painting of Orissa, India. These paintingsare based on Hindu Mythology and specially inspired by Jagannathand Vaishnava cult.All colours used in the paintings are natural and paintings are madeby traditional Chitrakaras or Oriya painters. Pattachitra style ofpainting is one of the oldest and most popular art forms of Orissa.The name Pattachitra has evolved from the Sanskrit words patta,meaning canvas and chitra, meaning picture.
  19. 19. Day & Date:Friday7th September 2012Time:9:00 am to 11:30 am
  20. 20. Embossi
  21. 21. Embossing is a technique which creates a raised, or 3-dimensional, image on a piece of paper or Metal.
  22. 22. Day & Date:Friday7th September 2012Time:11:45 am to 1:45 pm
  23. 23. MiniaturePainting
  24. 24. The evolution of Indian Miniatures paintings started in theWestern Himalayas, around the 17th century. These paintingswere highly influenced by the mural paintings that originatedduring the later half of the 18th century.Miniatures paintings are beautiful handmade paintings, whichare quite colorful but small in size. The highlight of thesepaintings is the intricate and delicate brushwork, which lendsthem a unique identity.
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  26. 26. CounterSketching
  27. 27. Day & Date:Saturday8th September 2012Time:9:00 am to 11:30 am
  28. 28. Paper
  29. 29. Dont let soaring gold prices dampen your passion forjewellery, switch to paper adornment.Paper jewellery made from recycled paper with waterpromises to be environmental friendly and is light,durable, sweat resistant besides withstanding normalpressure.
  30. 30. Day & Date:Saturday8th September 2012Time:11:30 am to 1:30 pm
  31. 31. Make YourOwn Piece ofJewellery
  32. 32. Day & Date:Saturday8th September2012Time:2:30 am to5:00 pm
  33. 33. Registration StatusName of Workshop Max Capacity Already Registered Seats LeftPapier Mache 20 11 9Meenakari 20 9 11Sanjhi Art 20 14 6CAD-Rhino 21 8 13Pattachitra 20 10 10 Day &Embossing 20 15 5Miniature Painting 20 13 7Counter Sketching 20 5 15Paper Jewellery (RUR ) 20 16 4Make Your own piece 20 9 11of Jewellery
  34. 34. Call to Register 022 67444350/351/355/377 Email: info@iij.net.in Web: www.iij.net.inModern Centre, Sane Guruji Marg, Mahalaxmi, Mumbai 400 011

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