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FA: Students selected for Serendipity Barefoot School of Art Competition 2017

A Group of 8 thesis semester students from Faculty of Architecture, CEPT University have participated in Serendipity Barefoot School of Art competition and got shortlisted for exhibiting their work in the Serendipity Arts Festival in Goa(December 15th - 22nd). A total of 15 proposals will be exhibited in the festival along with their proposal. About competition: The intent of the project is to create new centres of learning for crafts and a space where this legacy can be taken forth through instruction and hands on experience. What is expected of the design is a statement on the very idea of teaching crafts....

Serendipity Barefoot School of Craft: Made in Goa

Serendipity Barefoot School of Craft: Made in Goa is an architectural competition. The selection of 15 submissions for development into architectural models will be displayed at Serendipity Art Festival 2017, with the selected submission being developed into a school of craft in 2018. Submission for this newly launched open architectural competition seek to raise awareness about the importance of our continued and collective engagement with local environments, skills, materials and crafts pedagogy Discipline Curator: Dr. Annapurna Gerimella Design & Research in collaboration: Mozaic (Dean D’Cruz) Date: 15th – 22nd December 2017 About Dr. Annapurna Gerimella:  Dr. Annapurna Garimella is a designer and an art historian who focuses on...

“MUTABLE”: THE CHANGING NATURE OF CERAMIC AND CLAY ART IN INDIA

I love experiences that challenge me, make me think and occasionally shake me up a bit — not too much, mind you, just a little. Be it a book, travel, a music performance, food… the memories that have stayed with me are the ones that offered something extra by way of perception. The exhibition on “Mutable: Ceramic and Clay Art in India since 1947“ at the Piramal Museum of Art in Mumbai was one such experience. Curated by Sindhura D.M. and Annapurna Garimella, Mutable showcases 70 years of ceramic and clay art objects sourced from artists, artisans, institutions and private collectors from across India. I wasn’t aware of this exhibition till photos of its...

Serendipity Barefoot School of Craft: Made in Goa

Serendipity Barefoot School of Craft is a two-year project which, for this edition of the festival, consists of an architectural competition. The display of all complete submissions and a selection of 15 submissions for development into architectural models will be showcased at SAF 2017. The Serendipity Barefoot School of Craft seeks to raise awareness about the importance of our continued and collective engagement with local environments, skills, materials and crafts pedagogy. 1. Space Intervention Every year since 2000 the Serpentine Gallery has commissioned a temporary summer pavilion by a leading architect. In 2017 Gando, Francis Kéré has designed a responsive Pavilion that seeks to connect...

Vernacular spectacular: Craft goes mainstream at India Art Fair | By Neelam Raaji Times of India

NEW DELHI: It's pretty rare to see Gond and Madhubani paintings rub noses with the Subodh Guptas and Manjit Bawas. It's even stranger when the setting is the India Art Fair, where commerce takes precedence over culture. Tribal, folk, naive or native art --- all labels that art historians now vehemently oppose --- is usually to be found in craft museums, trade fairs or Dilli Haat. Most contemporary art shows give it a wide berth. At best, you get the odd work hung in the name of "inclusion". But with the India Art Fair, once considered a scrappy upstart, becoming more confident of its place on the global art...

“Mutable”: ceramic and clay art in India since 1947 at Piramal Museum of Art, Mumbai

Reposted from: http://artradarjournal.com   “Mutable” showcases diverse ceramic and clay art objects sourced from artists, artisans, institutions and private collectors from across India. This landmark exhibition, curated by Sindhura D.M. with Annapurna Garimella, is one of the first of its kind in the city and is on display at the Piramal Museum of Art until 15 January 2018. Abhay Pandit, Tension of Lines (Seascape), 2014-15, stoneware, h 18 x w 14 in. Image courtesy the artist and the Piramal Museum of Art, Mumbai. Building links between the vernacular and the modern Pottery in India has evolved in the last 70 years since attaining independence from its functional aspects as a utilitarian household item into an aesthetic object and work of art, thereby making a place...