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.
Shilp Katha: A series of workshops celebrating folk crafts of India.
This series of workshops was conducted by 3 national award winner artists Shanti Devi, Ram Soni and Om Prakash Galav. Participants got first-hand experience of the local... Read More
The Print Club was specially formulated to initiate the participants into various methods of printmaking. Printmaking is a technique of art making carried on by transferring ink from a prepared screen to a sheet of paper or other material. This... Read More
A drawing exploratory workshop for beginners as well as advanced levels, various mediums such as charcoal drawing, graphite and chalks explored! The focus of the workshop would be an in-depth exploration of values, form,... Read More