Learn Shadow Puppetry
Are you curious about learning shadow puppetry? Do you want to awaken your creative self? Then come and explore this age-old tradition of Shadow Puppetry involving the multi-disciplines of Visual Art, Sculpture, Dance and Theatre.
Our facilitator will explore new experiments in integrating contemporary visual and performing arts of Nagaland tattooing culture.
We will learn and engage in real-time exercises to create our own shadow puppets and manipulate them drawing from our stories and perspectives. By using various props like bamboo sticks, handmade paper, paints, etc, we will be involved in making stencils, creating puppets and also performing the act later on.
Some outcomes of this workshop will be:
– In-depth knowledge of puppet-making traditions
– A brief introduction to Naga aesthetics
– Introduction to shadow puppetry techniques and dance like movements
* All of our programs are in English.
* 3 Students, Artists, Need-Based Scholarship available.
* This is an open program, can be listed in the media.
Facilitator: Jimmy Chishi
Jimmy Chishi is a Delhi-based visual artist from Nagaland who works through the media of painting, sculpture and puppetry.
His art is deeply inspired by the traditional arts of North East India.
He has received awards from the Ministry of Culture and the Lalit Kala Akademi for puppetry and painting, respectively.
His artworks are in various collections in India and abroad.
He has also conducted workshops on puppetry and painting at various venues including IGNCA (Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts), APEEJAY School of Art and NSD (National School of Drama).
Date & Time: 19th July 2019 (6:00 PM – 8:30 PM)
Phone: +91 7290062030
Please Call between 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM IST