Madhubani Art or Mithila painting is an ancient and renowned art style practiced by women of Nepal and some parts of India. Traditionally, women used to make the two-dimensional figures on freshly plastered mud walls and floors of homes with natural colors, and these paintings were compulsory during festivals and celebrations. Let's celebrate the women artists who have kept this ancient art form alive in this stress free afternoon of creativity.
In this workshop students will learn how to draw the art’s traditional motifs, borders, patterns and animals, ultimately creating their own piece of Madhubani art.
OCTOBER 23, 2022 10AM-2PM IN-PERSON
All levels of artists welcome and all material will be provided.
To grab a spot we are asking for $50 deposit and a minimum donation to Unatti Foundation of $100. More details