Print and Pattern - A Hand Block Printing with Pooja Gokul
Kynkyny Art, Infantry Road

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  • Hand block printing
  • Lost art


The art of hand block printing is an ancient Indian textile tradition that dates as far back as 2000 BC. Unlike many other dying traditions, this beautiful technique has been preserved over the years. Hand block printing is often seen on textiles and paper to create beautiful designs and patterns.

Join us for an ExperTalk and workshop on hand block printing with artist and art educator, Pooja Gokul. Pooja will talk about the origins and process of hand block printing in India, including how the blocks are made and the social symbolism of different motifs. This will be followed by a hands-on workshop where youll learn the technique of block printing on paper and cloth.

Bring your own cotton fabric, in white or a light pastel shade. It can be anything, from a T-shirt or kurti to napkins and pillow cases. All other materials will be provided.

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Kynkyny Art

#104, Embassy Square, 148, Infantry Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001, India