Tribal Art & Culture for a Sustainable Soceity


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Cultural Heritage and its Importance

mati 1 December event

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GOMBE – An Exhibition of Magical Puppets


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Warm Box Project 2016

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One man’s waste is another man’s riches. Like every year Mati India is holding the Warm Box Project this year again. Under this project used warm clothes are collected from among us and distributed among needy people in collaboration with an NGO in New Delhi. The last date of receiving the donations is 1st December 2016. The objective is to provide warm comfort to people dependent on us for their health, shelter and clothing needs. we can donate warm clothes, bedsheets, blankets, shoes, toys, appliances (water/electric heater) etc. in good condition. Kindly donate pre-washed clothes. These items will be sorted and distributed to the needy people. A small part of effort on your part can result in a big leap of difference for a fellow human being who is less fortunate...
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An appeal to save the threatened Sanskriti Centre, Hazaribagh, Jharkhand, India


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An appeal to save the threatened Sanskriti Centre, Hazaribagh, Jharkhand, India

As you may know I have spent my whole life to protect the cultural heritage and indigenous rights for Jharkhand which led to my receiving the Gandhi Peace Award 2011. My work began in a small painted mud house of Khovar and Sohrai affectionately known to the world as “Sanskriti”, along with a small museum of archaeology and a tribal art gallery with an office of research archives and library in Hazaribagh. An application by claimants has been made to the District administration Hazaribagh for permission to sell a plot of land that is a government leasehold land, and is part of the Sanskriti Centre...

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Environment Day

E-inviteEnvironment Day with a fun, interactive session with a young environmentalist, Anshul, followed by a hands-on session with artists, Gopal and Vinita. The artists were amazed to see the kids’ imagination, enthusiasm and dedication with which they painted.  participated Vinita, Gopal , Apurva- with Dronah , Anshul the environmentalist , Neelam with Mati .MATI INDIA, AID Gurgaon’s Prerna Centre with Dronah Foundation
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Warm Box Project

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Art History Course – Painting

This course would focus on the history of painting reaching back in time to artifacts from pre-historic humans. Painting has been a form of expression since pre-historic era to early 20th century when it relied primarily on representational, religious and classical motifs. The course explores the journey from the earlier cave paintings to today’s more abstract and contemporary approach.

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You could visit us at Management of Art Treasures of India,F-209, Old MB Road,Lado Sarai,Delhi.
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Please find the course below.



  • EVOLUTION OF INDIAN ART: PAINTING – 24th  May ‘14(Saturday) by Dr...
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MATI along with Inder Salim presents “HARKAT@MATI”- A series of performance art events.

The intent is to facilitate Performance Art by individuals or groups at our gallery space.The simple philosophy, here, in ‘ the present’, is to bring practitioners of different disciplines in the same space and create relaxed interactive sessions.

Inder Salim “During liminal periods of all kinds, we may donate a thinking period to the genre called Performance Art, to engage ” the haal ” (the present) of us not only with one’s physical presence but with any material or sign that surrounds us all the time.”

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Panel Discussion

With the Christies coming to India some say Indian art market has remained relatively insulated from other markets and is unaffected by the economic slump others say art industry has taken a downturn and art is facing an identity crisis.

To hear what the experts say, MATI is organizing a panel discussion in which people from the Art industry would come together and discuss the current market situation and how the economic meltdown has affected the Indian contemporary Art market.

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Come and be part of this discussion.

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