Wall Art Project supported by the Japan Foundation invites you to a “Talk Event” on Earth Art Project in Ladakh 2017.
About Earth Art Project
“Earth Art Project in Ladakh 2017” is organised with artists working internationally from India and Japan, and open the process of making art works as open studio at a high school in Matho, Ladakh. It leads to open a new window in the heart of children, and grow up their creativities, and tells the power of art.
Date: 7th August 2017
Time: 6:30 pm to 8 pm
Venue: The Japan Foundation, New Delhi
Yusuke Asai: He draws freely with soil, masking tape, pens, water, etc., and plays an active part in and outside the country. He made mud paintings in Wall Art Festival 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014 on the four walls and ceiling of classrooms, and showed a new value of soil.
Kae Minami: She is a dancer & in 2007, she had joined to Europe Tour of “Shibusasirazu” as a member and took the leadership in a workshop of “Sound and dance”. She also joined Wall Art Festival in Khagaria which was organized in Bihar, India and had dance workshops in mural painting of Warli painting involving children in school and outside.
Tushar & Mayur Vayeda: Tushar Vayeda and Mayur Vayeda are getting focused as youth generation Warli painter. They took over Warli painting, and show their art works in exhibitions and workshops across India since 2007. In 2014, they painted a mural painting in an international art festival, “Earth Art Project” at a middle school in which nomad children are studying at altitude of 15,000 ft in Ladakh.