Kiran Nadar Museum of Art celebrates World Migratory Bird Day with a craft workshop on 3D bird making
New Delhi : The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art will be celebrating World Migratory Bird Day by hosting a talking on birds and their habits & habitats.
Aiming to connect children and adults alike with these beautiful creatures through this specially put-together workshop on 3D bird-making craft.
At the museum, United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are a top priority and sharing knowledge and raising awareness is a key part of KNMA’s outreach programs.
The workshop is open to all, but seats are limited, and registration is required.
About The Facilitator:
Niharika Rajput is a Delhi-based, Wildlife Artist and National Geographic Explorer. She specializes in building handcrafted, intricate paper sculptures of birds and animals. Living in the Anthropocene age, she aims to restore, protect, and conserve all endangered wildlife through art. Along with her art practice, her ongoing projects likewise deal with the subject of Bird Conservation in India and worldwide
13th May – KNMA Saket 145, DLF South Court Mall, Saket, New Delhi
14th May – KNMA Noida Plot No. 3 A, Sector 126, Noida, U.P
Time- 2:30 – 5:30pm
Age Group- 10 + Years
Limited seats available. REGISTRATION CLOSES ON 12th MAY!
The Kiran Nadar Museum of Art
Established by art collector Kiran Nadar in 2010, the Kiran Nadar Museum of Art (KNMA) is the first privately-funded museum of art exhibiting modern and contemporary works from India and the sub-continent. Located in New Delhi NCR, India’s capital city, KNMA hosts an ever-growing collection of artworks that both highlights a magnificent generation of 20th-century Indian painters from the post- Independence decades and engages with the different art practices of younger contemporaries.
Sponsored by the Shiv Nadar Foundation, KNMA is focused on bridging the gap between art and the public and fostering a museum-going culture in India. KNMA aims to become a place for confluence, dialogue and collaboration through its curatorial initiatives and exhibitions, school and college workshops, art appreciation discourses, symposiums, and public programs.