Workshop on Graffiti and Mandana Art at TRI concludes

Workshop on Graffiti and Mandana Art at TRI concludes

The three-day workshop on ‘Tribal and Traditional Graffiti and Mandana Art’ was organized by MLV Tribal Research Institute (TRI)which concluded today in the presence of the chief guest Raghuveer Singh Meena, MP Udaipur.

Speaking on the workshop, Raghuveer Singh Meena said, “The tribal arts such as Bhitti-Chitran, Mandana should be brought to front by the tribal artists as this is the cultural art and should be conserved.” He went through the works presented by the artists and praised their efforts.

 

Workshop on Graffiti and Mandana Art at TRI concludes

The three-day workshop on ‘Tribal and Traditional Graffiti and Mandana Art’ was organized by MLV Tribal Research Institute (TRI)which concluded today in the presence of the chief guest Raghuveer Singh Meena, MP Udaipur.

Speaking on the workshop, Raghuveer Singh Meena said, “The tribal arts such as Bhitti-Chitran, Mandana should be brought to front by the tribal artists as this is the cultural art and should be conserved.” He went through the works presented by the artists and praised their efforts.

In all, 10 artists from Bundi, Baran, Banswara and Udaipur participated in the workshop where they showcased 30 paintings depicting their cultural art. The paintings were exhibited today on the last day of the workshop. These wall paintings were inspired by the occasions such as Gotrej, Bharandi and Bhannd in which they usually make Bhitti-Chitra in their homes.

The paintings on Mandwa concept were also displayed on canvas and drawing-sheets which are usually made on special occasions at their homes and the community places.

Prof. Vijaysingh, Director of TRI and Dr. Rakesh Dashora, Assistant Professor welcomed all the guests and the participants. Jyoti Mehta, Assistant Director extended a vote of thanks at the end of the programme. The audience that consisted lovers of art profoundly praised the efforts by the artists.

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