Inclusivity is an important tenet of KNMA’s mandate and goal. It strives with its full capacity to serve this purpose. Various sections of the society are encouraged and invited through versatile modules to visit the museum. These modules are sensitively designed to suit recreational as well as knowledge dissemination goals. KNMA encourages participation of the local community through various activities organized within and outside the museum premise. We hope to actively expand its reach to a wider community and be accessible to diverse groups.
In this session, we will learn the different approaches used in the Gouache technique. Gouache is a water-based medium similar to watercolour. It mixes coloured pigments with an opaque white pigment, often chalks, creating a velvety... Read More
Conte on Paper
If you want to learn how to use Conte Crayons but don't know where to start, this workshop is for you. Learn the exciting tips and tricks of the technique directly from the artist.
Conté, also known as Conté sticks or Conté crayons... Read More
The word collagraphy is derived from the Greek words koll or kolla, which means glue, and graph, which means drawing. Collagraphy is a versatile printing process in which collage materials are glued to the board. It is then inked up and put... Read More
Charcoal is a burnt organic material. It is used as a dry medium by many artists. This dry medium can be applied to almost any surface, from smooth to very coarse. There are various types of charcoal, out of which two are compressed... Read More
Art of Portrait Making
Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, in collaboration with Studio Tvastra, presents an Art of Portrait Making workshop. Portrait painting is a painting genre that depicts a specific human subject. A good portrait is more than just a... Read More