Date(s) - 01/09/2015
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Alliance Francaise, Panjim
The brillance of human imagination lies in its transformation of mundane into magnifique. Being a river basin, West Bengal has a rich abundance of clay, which has been used as a raw material for a wonderful tradition of doll making in Ghurni, Krishnagar since last 250 years. From realistic and naturalistic to symbolic, the clay dolls of Ghurni have got recognition worldwide. These dolls are unique in their style and the quality of of their finish.
Learn to do your own clay doll with Saikat Mandal and Rana Mullick, two artists coming from Bengale to Goa!
Saikat Mandal is from Krishnanagar, Nadia embarked on his journey of clay doll making inspired by his father Shri Subhendu Kumar Mandal since 2007. Gradually, through his perseverance and sincerity, Saikat has established himself as a skilled artist. Today, he is a well – known clay doll artist. Meanwhile, his art has travelled across India ( Pune, Guwahati, Delhi, Jaipur, Goa, Bangalore, Mumbai). In 2015, his artwork ‘Durga Inside the Frame’ was exhibited in Canada.
Since 2005, Rana Mullick an artist from Ghurni, began his journey as a clay doll artist inspired by his father Shri Rajkumar Mullick. Gradually, through his perseverance and sincerity, Rana has established himself as a skilled artist. Today, he is a well – known clay doll artist. Meanwhile, his art has traveled across India ( Pune, Guwahati, Delhi, Jaipur, Goa, Bangalore, Mumbai).
Tuesday 1st September 2015 at 5.30pm
at Alliance Française Panjim
Limited seats! To register, please contact us on
0832 24 20049 / [email protected]