Zorba Kids Festival Dec 2017

Hurrayyy! It’s time for some winter madness.. Its time to celebrate at the Zorba Kids Festival!

Let your child prosper with  love, beauty and sensitivity. This five day happiness camp for children aged 5 to 12 years is designed to nurture and celebrate the uniqueness of each child.

We provide a safe, celebratory and non-judgemental environment where children will learn and grow through techniques like art, dance, storytelling, theatre, music, and bonding exercises. Workshop modules include creative writing, art out of waste, treasure hunt, food art, origami fashion walk and numerous outdoor and indoor games. All activities are designed by expert facilitators keeping in mind children’s physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing..

The venue Zorba the Buddha is abound with tranquil gardens, reflective ponds and abundant greenery. A safe sanctuary with peacocks, ducks and waterfalls… the space is vibrant with the natural rhythm of life.

*This camp will support 5 scholarships for underprivileged children*

Facilitator : Samantha Wilson


Samantha Wilson undertook her MFA of Fine Arts and Humanities at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in Dundee, Scotland. Additionally, undertaking a semester abroad studying drawing and painting at OCAD University in Toronto, Canada. The artist has received an impressive number of awards for her work at this early stage in her career, including the Royal Scottish Academy, John Kinross Scholarship to Florence and The Alexander Monroe Travel Award, best work for an artist under 30 and The Fife Decorative and fine Arts Society Award. Her international upbringing inspires much of her work, growing up between Scotland and Portugal, where her family still resides.

Facilitator : Manju Verma


Fakeera (manju) is a certified movement therapist and has a background in psychology and counselling. She is currently training in psychodrama, breath and voice work. Her approach is like provocative coaching. The major part of her work revolves around gaps in sexuality, gender, intimacy, authenticity, judgments and conditioning we grow up with. She offers individual, group and couples sessions. She is one of the co-founders of CMTAI. She has been teaching this work in India, Egypt and south east Asia.

Facilitator : Chittaranjan Nayak


A performing artist, director and choreographer, dance movement therapy facilitator and spiritual festival curator from India.

Originating from a rural community in Odisha, Chittaranjan has 15 years of experience practicing Dance in Education’, ‘Creative Dance’ and ‘Movement Therapy’ to instill holistic growth, in over 50 schools, dance companies, NGOs and colleges across India. Trained in all the following dance forms; Odissi, Broadway, Jazz, Latin and Ballroom as well as Hatha Yoga, he is also a director and choreographer, producing over 50 musical productions in India. He presently works full time as an Arts Counselor, Festival Curator and in house facilitator of performing and visual art workshops, concerts and drum circles at one of the world’s largest open Faith spiritual center, Zorba the Buddha in Delhi.

He is working on his latest project Called “Colour The Community” which is going to happen in Kenya in the month of June & July 2017.  During the project he will be  working with underprivileged children,parents and teachers… towards the empowerment of the community through Performing and Visual art.

Facilitator : Mark Warner


Mark had conducted these workshops for over ten years. An architect and a teacher of architecture and graphics for the last twenty seven years, Mark has a vast experience of teaching at several reputed architecture and design institutions. The ‘Art of Seeing’ program evolved out of researching the techniques of teaching drawing and visualization. From his early years, Mark has been attracted to art and has been a keen student of fine draughtsmanship. He has also done illustrations professionally.  Mark takes great joy in teaching and deeply respects the individuality of each learner with the firm belief that everyone is an artist at heart.

Date & Time :22-26th December 2017 (8:30 AM – 4:45 PM)

Contact : Bobby
Phone : +91 9654324972
Email : evolve@zorbathebuddha.org

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