Lipan is a clay art form that originates from Gujarat, India. Traditionally, the Lipan base was made by adding mud and cow dung and used to ornament walls to decorate homes. But now, it has been subjected to a lot of experimentation with other materials to use the art form for different other purposes and as various decorative objects. Register for the Lipan Art Workshop at Jxtapose and learn how to use this beautiful art form as the base to create a fully functional clock that you can take home with you.
Devanshi Damani Shah of Colour Crates (The Hobby Art Studio) will be conducting this fun session on the 29th of April at Jxtapose Between 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM.
For details, call 9346103050 (Jxtapose) or 9820052588 (Devanshi).