The tenth iteration of Little Picasso, an art camp designed to provide a platform for children to lead through the creative process of making art, took place at organisers Artudio’s premises in Swoyambhu from January 4 to January 13. An exhibition that features works created during the camp is slated to take place on January 19 at the same venue.
“The camp engaged children in various art forms to help them blend their imaginations with materials. It also provided opportunities to learn from and collaborate with renowned contemporary artists of Nepal,” said Kailash K Shrestha, director of the organisers Artudio.
During the ten rounds of Little Picasso, the participating children engaged in various visual art projects with artists Gopal Kalapremi Shrestha, Kailash K Shrestha, and Sujan Dangol, among others, collaborating with art practices such as clay modeling, sculpture and other visual art projects.
“From engagement with noted artists and scholars, the children received directions to explore their creative shelves, which helped them to actualise their observations, emotions, and imaginations through creative processes,” the organisers said.
The exhibit will take place at Artudio, starting on Friday and will run till Jan 27, every day from 10 am to 6 pm.Published: 2018-01-19 08:28:19