THE GOODWILL SHOP’s WORKSHOPS IN JULY

Anita Kohli
Anita Kohli

MAKE POLYMER CLAY JEWELLERY WITH ANITA KOHLI

Co-hosted by The Goodwill Shop (www.facebook.com/TheGoodwillShop)

VENUE: OXFORD BOOKSTORE, N-81, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi

WHEN: SATURDAY, July 4, 2015, (11 am-2 pm)

CHARGES: Rs. 600 per person

To enrol, email thegoodwillshop@gmail.com or call 9350171278 / 9811961427.

 

TrinketsHave fun with polymer clay and make your own jewellery, trinkets and figurines. Learn to mould, shape, combine colours and bake till they are ready to take home!

 

The founder of Loucrative Crafts, Anita Kohli uses her magic fingers to create fun jewellery and figurines from polymer clay. The result is a durable piece that’s unbreakable, enjoying a distinct advantage over terracotta jewellery. The imported clay is soft enough to be moulded efficiently and hardens upon baking in an oven. The clay is lightweight, versatile and has a casual appeal. It comes in both matte and glossy finishes. The colour doesn’t fade either.

 

HimadriCLAY SCULPTURES WITH HIMADRI BHATTACHARYA

VENUE: OXFORD BOOKSTORE, N-81, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi

WHEN: SUNDAY, July 12, 2015, 11 am-2 pm

CHARGES: Rs. 600 per person

To enrol, email thegoodwillshop@gmail.com or call 9350171278 / 9811961427.

 

WorkshopLearn to make clay sculptures with artist and sculptor Himadri Bhattacharya. Experiment with the clay, learn to mould and shape it and finally, set it and allow it to dry.

 

An accomplished painter and sculptor, Himadri Bhattacharya has experimented with various mediums, including painting with oils on canvas, watercolours and sculptures. He has held over 30 group shows and several solo shows all over India.

He studied painting and sculpture at Silpi Chakra in Midnapore, West Bengal, Triveni Kala Sangam in New Delhi and Bangio Sangit Parsad, besides an Art Appreciation course under National Museum, New Delhi. He regularly conducts art workshops for Sahitya Kala Parisad, Gurukul in Brindavan, besides reputed schools and colleges in Delhi.

 

Sid Ghosh
Sid Ghosh

GLASS-PAINTING WITH SID GHOSH

VENUE: OXFORD BOOKSTORE, N-81, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi

WHEN: SATURDAY, July 18, 2015, 11 am-2 pm

CHARGES: Rs. 600 per person

To enrol, email thegoodwillshop@gmail.com or call 9350171278 / 9811961427.

 

Learn the basics of glass-painting, which involves choosing the design, sketching it on glass with a special pen, filling in the colours and allowing them to set and dry. Finally, take home your own masterpiece.

 

Workshop1Sid Ghosh is a creative consultant, who has worked in several senior roles in the media and publishing industry for over a decade. Trained at Shankar’s Academy, he has also received recognition from the Sahitya Kala Parishad. His quirky personality is visible in all his work, which includes creating brand identities or his visual art. A restless soul, he can be found painting his son’s shoes in funky pop art, sketching his favourite musical icons or creating beautiful, serene glass paintings in his free time.

 

Kapil Mandawewala
Kapil Mandawewala

GROW YOUR OWN VEGGIES WITH KAPIL MANDAWEWALA

VENUE: OXFORD BOOKSTORE, N-81, Outer Circle, Connaught Place, New Delhi

WHEN: SATURDAY, July 25, 2015, 11 am-2 pm

CHARGES: Rs. 600 per person

To enrol, email thegoodwillshop@gmail.com or call 9350171278 / 9811961427.

 

GardenAre you worried about all the chemicals used to grow food today? Would you like to eat your own fresh homegrown food? Learn how you can do it in this hands-on session.

 

Founder & CEO Kapil Mandawewala started Sajeev Fresh in 2010 with the mission of spreading healthy, nutritious and fresh food and building strong resilient communities that are self-reliant. He teaches simple, stress-free and organic ways of growing fresh veggies and herbs. Vegetable gardening can be done on almost any scale, as long as you have access to some water and sunlight. You can garden on terraces, front yards, back yards, window grills, balconies and even farmhouses! A well-planned small garden can produce a lot of fresh vegetables.

 

The Goodwill Shop (www.facebook.com/TheGoodwillShop) provides a platform for products and services from NGOs, artisans and socially responsible groups.

 

 

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This is the official blog of The Goodwill Shop, which promotes products and services of NGOs, artisans and socially responsible groups. Visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/TheGoodwillShop. Write to us at thegoodwillshop@gmail.com.

2 thoughts on “THE GOODWILL SHOP’s WORKSHOPS IN JULY

  • August 19, 2015 at 3:59 am
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    I want to learn terracotta Jewellery making and Handicraft Art.

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    • August 26, 2015 at 9:35 pm
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      You can send us an email at thegoodwillshop@gmail.com and we will keep you posted on the next workshop. Where are you based?

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