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Daily Schedule:

(Both PDT and CDT Batches available)

 

9:00 Am - Mandala Art
11:00 Am -  Hand Writing
1:00 PM - Vedic Maths
3:00 PM - Robotics
5:00 PM  - Space Exploration:Explaining Planets

Summer Camp: August 5

₹5,500.00 Regular Price
₹4,999.00Sale Price
  • Mandala Art 5-Day Online Workshop

    Day 1: Introduction to Mandala Art and Basic Shapes

    Objective:

    • Understand the fundamentals of mandala art and basic shapes used in mandala design.

    Activities:

    • Introduction (Live Session): Overview of the workshop objectives and structure.

    • History and Significance: Brief introduction to the history and cultural significance of mandalas.

    • Basic Shapes: Introduction to basic geometric shapes used in mandala design (circle, triangle, square, etc.).

    • Symmetry and Patterns: Explanation of symmetry and patterns commonly found in mandalas.

    • Hands-On Exercise: Practice drawing basic shapes and creating simple mandala patterns.

    • Q&A Session: Address participants' questions and provide additional explanations.

    • Homework: Complete a mandala design using basic shapes learned during the session.

    Materials Needed:

    • Video conferencing platform for live session

    • Paper, pencil, ruler, compass, protractor

    • Examples of mandala patterns

    Day 2: Understanding Symmetry and Composition

    Objective:

    • Explore symmetry and composition techniques in mandala art.

    Activities:

    • Review (Live Session): Quick review of Day 1 concepts and homework.

    • Types of Symmetry: Introduction to different types of symmetry (radial, bilateral) used in mandalas.

    • Composition Techniques: Explanation of composition techniques such as focal points, balance, and flow.

    • Hands-On Exercise: Practice creating mandalas with radial and bilateral symmetry, focusing on composition.

    • Analysis and Feedback: Participants analyze their mandalas and provide feedback on composition.

    • Q&A Session: Address participants' questions and provide additional explanations.

    • Homework: Create a mandala design focusing on symmetry and composition.

    Materials Needed:

    • Paper, pencil, ruler, compass, protractor

    • Examples of mandala compositions

    Day 3: Adding Detail and Complexity

    Objective:

    • Learn techniques for adding detail and complexity to mandala designs.

    Activities:

    • Review (Live Session): Quick review of Day 2 concepts and homework.

    • Layering and Overlapping: Introduction to layering and overlapping techniques to add depth to mandalas.

    • Intricate Patterns: Explore intricate patterns and motifs commonly used in mandala art (e.g., petals, spirals, dots).

    • Hands-On Exercise: Practice adding detail and complexity to mandala designs, experimenting with different patterns and motifs.

    • Analysis and Feedback: Participants share their designs and provide feedback on detail and complexity.

    • Q&A Session: Address participants' questions and provide additional explanations.

    • Homework: Create a mandala design incorporating intricate patterns and motifs.

    Materials Needed:

    • Paper, pencil, ruler, compass, protractor

    • Examples of intricate mandala patterns

    Day 4: Color Theory and Application

    Objective:

    • Understand color theory and learn how to apply colors effectively in mandala art.

    Activities:

    • Review (Live Session): Quick review of Day 3 concepts and homework.

    • Color Theory Basics: Introduction to color theory principles such as hue, saturation, value, and color schemes (e.g., complementary, analogous).

    • Color Application Techniques: Explore different techniques for applying colors to mandalas (e.g., gradient, shading, blending).

    • Hands-On Exercise: Practice applying colors to mandala designs, experimenting with different color schemes and techniques.

    • Analysis and Feedback: Participants share their colored mandalas and provide feedback on color choices and application.

    • Q&A Session: Address participants' questions and provide additional explanations.

    • Homework: Create a colored mandala design using techniques learned during the session.

    Materials Needed:

    • Paper, pencil, ruler, compass, protractor

    • Coloring materials (markers, colored pencils, paints)

    • Examples of color schemes and color application techniques

    Day 5: Final Design and Presentation

    Objective:

    • Complete a final mandala design and present it to the group.

    Activities:

    • Warm-Up (Live Session): Light warm-up activity to prepare for the final presentation.

    • Final Design: Participants complete their final mandala design, incorporating all techniques and principles learned throughout the workshop.

    • Presentation: Participants present their final mandala designs to the group via video call, explaining their inspiration, techniques used, and challenges faced.

    • Feedback and Reflection: Group provides constructive feedback on each presentation, and participants reflect on their learning journey.

    • Certificates: Presentation of certificates of completion.

    Materials Needed:

    • Video conferencing platform for live session

    • Completed mandala designs

    • Certificates of completion

    Final Outcome

    By the end of the 5-day workshop, participants will:

    • Understand the fundamentals of mandala art and its cultural significance.

    • Learn techniques for creating symmetrical, well-composed mandala designs.

    • Develop skills in adding detail, complexity, and color to mandala art.

    • Complete a final mandala design showcasing their creativity and proficiency.

    • Present their designs and receive constructive feedback from peers.

    • Receive a digital certificate of completion.

    Additional Tips

    • Encourage participants to practice regularly and explore their creativity with mandala art beyond the workshop.

    • Provide positive and constructive feedback to foster growth and improvement.

    • Foster a supportive and collaborative online environment for all participants.

    • Encourage participants to share their mandala designs and experiences on social media or online communities.

    This plan ensures that participants gain practical knowledge and skills in mandala art, from basic techniques to creating a final masterpiece, all conducted through an online platform.

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