FILM MAKING WORKSHOP
Koto Nagata spent time with school kids, making them learn the various nooks and crannies of film making. One look at their ecstatic faces, affirmed that they seemed to enjoy it. Students were divided into groups, and various works were divided between them. They had the script along with them that they had to adhere to and with the able guidance of Koto Nagata and her various assistants the first day of the workshop was a success. On the second day she taught the kids how to edit the films, where the several videos that the students had shot were transformed into a short movie.
Butoh Dance Workshop
Butoh was created with the purpose of being different from all other forms. And from the word go, Yuko Kominami did justice to it. The 5 day workshop was about using each part of our body to create moments, to feel each moment through slow and controlled movements and improvisation all of which felt so meditative.
The Photography workshop took place at Sai International School for two days. On the first day Mr. Takayasu Hattori explained about photography and the various nitty-gritty of it like color, composition, light, exposure etc. The participants also carried 5 of their photographs and explained their concepts and technique used in clicking them and Mr. Hattori interacted with the participants on ways to improvise their photography skills
On the second day, Mr. Hattori organized a practical session with the participants where they clicked various pictures and worked on their skills and later they were taken to Lalit Kala Academi for visiting Mr. Hattori’s photography exhibition.
This Workshop was held by Nanako Koyama with an aim to explore and exploit the creative skills of underprivileged kids to create artistic products. This workshop was held at KISS where Nanako Koyama provided the kids with raw materials to create exclusive handmade photoboxes which ultimately turned out to be pieces of art.
Demonstrations & Performances at Utkal Mandap
Performances at JDCA