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MATI 16 Days Art, History and Understanding Certificate Course-invite

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MATI 16 Days Art, History and Understanding Certificate Course


Course duration: Two months (16 sessions, three hours each on Saturdays and Sundays)

Course Duration: July-August 2013

Venue: Art Bull, Lado Sarai, New Delhi

Course Director: JohnyML

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Saturday 2 pm to 6.30pm
Sunday 4 pm to 7.00 pm

Schedule and Syllabus

General Orientation Class: (6th July 2013- Resource faculty: JohnyML)

This session is free and open to all

It is designed in order to initiate the new and interested students/clients into the disciplines of art history and criticism. Moving slightly away from the strict academic norms, this session is created to demystify as well as anchor art history and criticism in the minds of people.

a)      Necessity of Art History

b)      What is Art History

c)       What is art criti...

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MATI comes from the word “mitti” meaning mud.. originated from mati we forget the significance of it as we evolve in our complicated lives but nature has its way and when death plays its part we are back to just granules of mud from where our journey began..

Mati is a versatile and under-rated material, there’s lot to it then just a mixture of water and silt .It has and is still been used for a huge variety of purposes by mankind for millennia, for building,for medicinal to name just a few, and  most importantly as a medium for art.

How strongly its holding our traditions together for ages can be seen from the world’s largest mud building the great mosque in Djenne(west Africa).

What brings mud into the realm of ritual is the durga puja  in which a handful of mud from the...

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Taking inspiration from mud’s adherent and binding property our organisation “Mati” aims to be  a strong binding force which would preserve the traditional art and heritage and bond the broken link between the traditional folk tribal and contemporary art.

Every month we would open a new leaf from huge book of rich art history,doing our bit in making people aware of our traditional art history .Traditional Indian Art-Revisited

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