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Learning warli forms step by step
What you'll learn
Learning concept to transform basic geometry shapes into Warli forms .
Learning traditional folk art of India and understanding life style and culture of Warli Tribes.
Learning to draw traditional Tarpa dance form technically.
Learning composition and completing final project ..
Understanding how to monetize your basic skills
• No course requirements. Just a enthusiasm to learn a detailed folk art of India .Basic stationary – Art paper (A/4 size) , Art paper (above 180 GSM), Long scale, small scale, protractor, rounder, pencil, eraser, sharpener, black sketch pen or CD marker and micro-tip black pen.
Warli is one of the oldest forms of Indian folk art and has its origins in the Warli region of Maharashtra. This form of tribal art mainly makes use of geometric shapes such as circles, triangles and squares to form numerous shapes depicting life and beliefs of the Warli tribe. In olden days, Warli art was done on walls on special occasions.About the course:In Warli Art Basic Course, you will learn basic geometry shapes and types of lines that is used to create symbolic art form. They include borders in Warli art, human figures in action, musical instruments, birds and animals, types of houses and trees, traditional Tarpa dance to draw technically, composition of all elements together and finally completing project.What you will learn:To enhance knowledge of Warli tribe and learning their art form.Course requirement:· No course requirements. Just a enthusiasm to learn a detailed folk art of India .· Patience· Basic stationary – Art paper (A/4 size) , Art paper (above 180 GSM), Long scale, small scale, protractor, rounder, pencil, eraser, sharpener, black sketch pen or CD marker and micro-tip black pen.· Who this course is for:· Very beginners having no experience in art at all.· People who are passionate about folk art· People who want to know culture of the tribes in India.About Instructor:I am Vaishali Jamkhedkar, an art educator and Edustar Awardee. Since the past 20 years I have been teaching visual art in reputed ICSE and IGCSE schools across Mumbai. Currently I am working as an online trainer and conducting team building workshops in various schools and organisations.The content of my teaching includes fundamentals of art, different painting techniques, folk art and learning from the works of renowned artists. My teaching methods enable creative thinking in my students.I am the owner of Shali's Art Palette, a channel on YouTube where I demonstrate art techniques. I have an Instagram page by the same name. As a visual art teacher, I do not expect each and every child to become an artist but I definitely make them view art from different perspectives.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 About Warli Art
Lecture 3 Materials
Lecture 4 Basic Shapes in Warli Art
Lecture 5 Borders in Warli Art
Lecture 6 Human figures in Warli Art
Lecture 7 Musical Instrument in Warli Art
Lecture 8 Birds and Animals in Warli Art
Lecture 9 Houses and Trees in Warli Art
Lecture 10 Tarpa Dance in Warli Art
Lecture 11 Final Project (Composition)
Lecture 12 Monetize your basic skills
Beginners who are enthusiastic to learn traditional folk art,Learner who want to gain confidence to become an artist.