Kids and Family
KNMA seeks to generate spaces where children and their families can explore art together through hands on activities, gallery trails and story telling sessions. The Museum aspires to become a locus for such activities where parents can bring their children on weekends or after school for educational yet fun filled excursions.
The workshops include interactive programs for kids of all ages to participate. Children are encouraged through the sessions to get an initiation into the world of art through stimulating conversations, performances, art making and demonstrations. Kids encounter and get introduced to the world through stories on art history and by seeing varied art works ranging from historical to modern and contemporary art.
Programs include various ways of looking at the artwork, through a sensorial inquiry where they are asked to describe the work of art and the affect that the works create. Another way of contemplating is through the imagination by making up characters, themes and stories. Children engage in dialogues and sharing their views among their peers.
Polymer Clay Workshops
Introduction to Polymer Clay, Basic Tools
The Museum is a storehouse of history and culture. Encountering the artwork, through stories, these workshops encourage children to generate ideas, make observations around the artworks displayed. The children are inspired to narrate their own stories; which then become a starting point to create their... Register
A Confluence of Visual and Performing Art
16, 23, 30 January 2021
‘Dvaya Kala, a confluence of visual and performing arts’ is an innovative programme exploring various styles of folk art and classical dance forms.... Register
The Art Quest
A Series of Workshops Recreating Masterworks
5th December – 26th December 2020 | 4 Pm Onwards
Kiran Nadar Museum of Art presents ‘The Art Quest’, an interactive series of online workshops to guide and engage participants in making a... Register
Mindfulness Through Art
A Series of Sessions Inspired by Waldorf Arts
A workshop by Vanashree Ghate
16 October – 06 November