Pomegranate’s Aug – Sep Workshops for Children and Adults

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Pomegranate’s Aug – Sep Workshops for Children and Adults

What’s Your Story?

A creative writing workshop where children create unique characters, understand the importance of setting and plot in fiction, explore the genre of play-writing where you give characters dialogues, explore world-building through adventure/fantasy writing, this workshop has a wide range of exposure and fun!

Fees: 5,800/- including all materials
Dates: August 25th, September 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th, October 6th
Timings: 2pm to 4pm
Age Group: 8-13 years
A Brush with Art!
Painting Inside Ancient Buddhist Caves!
An on-site storytelling and art session at Kanheri Caves –Nestled in the midst of thick jungles in Borivali the Kanheri caves give us an insight to a very important period in Indian civilization. Participate in this engaging walk and practical art session where you create charcoal sketches of this historic site.

Fees: 2,700/- including all taxes and materials
Venue:  Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Borivali
Date:  September  1st
Timing:  9:30am to 12:30pm
Age Group: 18 years and above

A  Brush with Art!

The Stories in Art!

Stories in Art are not restricted to any one country or era. We saw these narratives form as cave men rendered stories of hunting and celebration of harvest through simple images. Come explore a plethora of Indian art styles that form a montage of history and fall under the realm of narrative art. Be it the Buddhist manuscripts from the North East, the Miniatures, Folk art like Gond, Warli, Madhubani, Kalighat and more. Create narratives through your own art works after the engaging discussion.

Fees: 2,250/- including all taxes and materials
Date: September 15th
Timing: 11am to 2pm
Age Group: 18 years and above


Workshop Venue
The Pomegranate Workshop
Gr. Flr, ‘Kalpana’
Plot no. 14, Marubai Mandir Road,
Next to Don Bosco School
Matunga (East) – 400 019
(Near Don Bosco School)
About Faculty:
What’s Your Story Module:
Apeksha Harsh holds an MA in English Literature from The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad. She also has an MA in Writing from The University of Warwick, UK.
Apeksha’s work both short stories and poetry have been published in Under the Radar, Ambit, Fusion, Here Comes Everyone and Eunoia Review
During her time in the UK, she penned the Japanese folktale-based opera Kaguyahime for Operamus. She also taught creative writing to Grade 3 students at St John’s Primary School, Coventry as part of the Warwick Writing Programme in Schools (WWPS). Later, she worked with Writing West Midlands as an Assistant Writer for the Polesworth Write On! Writing Squad.
Akshat Nigam is a writer, educator and storyteller. His storytelling performances include ‘East of the Sun, West of the Moon’ and ‘An Uneasy Truce: Stories aboutFear’ among others. He received the Hindu Playwright Award 2017 for a play he co-wrote, titled ‘In Search Of DariyaSagar’. He has conducted several writing and filmmaking workshops with children across the city.

A Brush With Art
Chapter I-IV


Dr. Manjiri Thakoor has been department head at Rachana Sansad Institute of Fine Arts and Crafts in Mumbai. She has also been a visiting faculty member at J.J School of Art among other colleges in Mumbai and India. She has also been deputy curator at National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai. She has a PhD in Buddhist Sculpture from Mumbai University. She has a wide array of professional experience, some of which includes, being consultant for the Ajanta Caves Exhibition Centre, Aurangabad , An Indo-Japanese Government venture, a cultural project. (Entire research on art and sculpture w.r.t. Ajanta from 2006-2010), Research Associate to the Director ,Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Formerly Known as Prince of Wales Museum (2009-2010), Documented the Tata Archives at The National Archives, London, For the Prince of Wales Museum. (Chattrapati Shivaji Mahara jVastu Sangrahalaya, CSMVS, Mumbai) among several others.
Indrajit Prasad is a faculty member at Rachana Sansad Institute of Fine Arts and Crafts in Mumbai. He specializes in Printmaking and watercolour painting. His work has been part of several group shows across the world, such as ‘Imprints’, The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Curated by Tao Art Gallery, ‘(Sub)-Urban texts, Gallery Espace, New Delhi, “Recent Works” Project-88, Mumbai, ‘Thought & Being’, the Osmosis Gallery, Mumbai.
To register, please mail Zahra/Ruchika at pomegranateworkshop@gmail.com with the parent’s full name, the participant’s full name, and parent’s mobile number. Seats will be confirmed on fee payment.
For further enquiries contact: Zahra 9820521940/ Ruchika 8605286418 email: pomegranateworkshop@gmail.com
Register for ‘What’s Your Story?’
Register for The Stories in Art!
Register for Painting Inside Ancient Buddhist Caves!

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