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Papier Mache Workshop

Приостановлено до 27 августа.

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Впечатление от организатора India Heritage Walk Festival

3 часа
Что включено: оборудование
До 10 чел.
Языки, на которых проводится Впечатление: Английский

Чем вы займетесь

Kashmir papier-mâché has a history of over 700 years and since that time it has been
used to craft paper pulp objects as richly decorated artefacts. Sakhtasazi is the art of making the
base structure for which the Sakhta artisans painstakingly convert raw paper pulp into objects of
high aesthetic significance.
But this art form is at risk of being lost in our times. To revive this languishing craft Commitment to
Kashmir has attempted to revolutionise design and market dynamics for the Sakhta craft.
Contemporary shapes have been crafted using new moulds and traditional skills. Different ways of
surface finishing have been explored with the aim of retaining the texture of the paper in the final
product. Chemical-free fabric dyes have been used to colour the paper which is then polished with a
couple of layers of wax making the product durable.
Along with these changes in production, there is a much-needed change in perception of the Saktha
artisan who has been a hidden force in carrying this rich tradition forward. CtoK endeavours to bring
a new life to Sakhtasazi by bringing these artisans to the foreground. CtoK’s workshop on Sakhtasazi
on 15 th Feb’2020 aims to provide a platform to discuss Sakhtasazi and showcase the work done by
the artisans. In this workshop participants can learn more about this traditional art form, interact
with the designer and watch a Sakhtasaz bring
Kashmir papier-mâché has a history of over 700 years and since that time it has been
used to craft paper pulp objects as richly decorated artefacts. Sakhtasazi is the art of making the
base structure for which the Sakhta artisans painstakingly convert raw paper pulp into objects of
high aesthetic significance.
But this art form is at risk of being lost in our times. To revive this languishing craft Commitment to
Kashmir h…

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Знакомьтесь, организатор India Heritage Walk Festival

На Airbnb с 2020 г.
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This experience is co-hosted by Burhan ud Din Khateeb and IHWF.

A graduate of the National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad, Burhan is an independent product designer who picked up the traditional craft, and is using technology, to reinvent it and create functional objects such as Bluetooth speakers, lampshades and clocks. In the process of finding new
relevance for a traditional craft, Khateeb’s intent is to augment the income of the artisans he works with.
India Heritage Walk Festival is a month-long celebration of India's culture and heritage through heritage walks, talks, instameets, workshops, etc.
This experience is co-hosted by Burhan ud Din Khateeb and IHWF.

A graduate of the National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad, Burhan is an independent product designer who picked up the traditional craft, and is using technology, to reinvent it and create functional objects such as Bluetooth speakers, lampshades and clocks. In the process of finding new
relevance for a traditional craft, Khateeb’s intent is to augment the income of the artisans he works with.
India Herit…
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Где вы побываете

We would be hosting this workshop at the Windmill Festival, Ayanagar Ext, New Delhi 110047 and the entirety of the experience will be hosted there.

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Максимальное число гостей от 18 лет: 10.