Warli Workshop

About the course

Warli wall paintings from the western part of India (Maharashtra) are now famous and well appreciated all over the world. The simplicity and attractive depiction of the routine life of Warli tribes catches the heart of the viewers. Let’s learn this Art together in an easy and simple way and take home your own handmade products- book marks and greeting cards with creativity.

Course Overview

  1. Features of the workshop.
  2. Handling of brush and paints.
  3. Learn the Warli Art step by step.
  4. Know the brief history of the Warli art.
  5. Make products like.. bookmarks, greeting cards with Warli art.
  6. Take home references for further use.

Materials Required

  1. Pencil
  2. Rough papers
  3. Poster colours (preferably white and brown)
  4. Round Artist brush no 4,5
  5. Handmade paper (if available) or chart paper
  6. Bowl-water container
  7. Rag to wipe the brush
  8. Color palette or dish

Course details

Duration: 8 sessions

No of classes: 8 classes /month 

Minimum Age : 8yrs

Medium of Instruction: English

The course begins: From 18th Jan 2022


Tuesdays: 8.00 pm to 9.00 pm IST Thursdays: 8.00 pm to 9.00 pm IST

Teacher: Gowri Chennareddy

Fees per month

National: Rs.1200/-

International – US$ 50

Know Your Teacher

Gowri Chennareddy

Gowri is currently conducting traditional Art workshops for many years now only with the objective to reach our traditional Arts to more and more people and to a new generation. She had a great passion for many Indian traditional Art forms and Art around the world. Screen reader support enabled. Kuchipudi Artist Vidushi Karpagam Venkatraman is a senior disciple of Karnataka Kalashree Late Smt.Lakshmi Rajamani. She is the founder of Sri Bala Lathika Kuchipudi Centre which has trained hundreds of students and a number of her students have successfully completed their Kuchipudi arangetram under her guidance. Turn on screen reader support WFAC International Desk has joined the document.

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