BOOK LAUNCH

September 2nd, 4.30 – 6.30pm   Book launch of ‘Building with Fire’ by Ray Meeker, published by CEPT University Press Remarks by eminent ceramics collector Dr. Raj Kubba and architect Anupuma Kundoo. Followed by the screening of Agni Jata, a film which documents the construction and firing of one of Ray’s first projects in Auroville, India. The title ‘Building with […]

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COLLATERAL EXHIBITION

Kripal Singh Shekhawat: Artist, Muralist and Revivalist Curated by Kristine Michael Commissioned by JKK in collaboration with DAG | 31.08.18 – 18.11.18 Kripal Singh Shekhawat is widely recognised as a blue pottery revivalist even though he was trained as a painter and remained one throughout his career. Some of his most exciting commissions were in […]

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CRITICAL WRITING WORKSHOP

  Following a series of art writing workshops organised by TAKE on Art magazine as part of the TAKE on Writing Series conceptualised by Bhavna Kakar, an outreach initiative to foster the practice of critical art writing in India, we present a four day workshop on art writing in conjunction with Breaking Ground, the first […]

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FILMS

Screenings on September 1st, 4.45pm – 6.45pm   Rolling Clay with Keith/Colour, Clap Along with Keith/Colour, Keith encounter/Black and White Keith Brymer Jones (UK) is a contemporary potter and designer who started out as the lead singer of a British Punk band The Wigs, but soon became an apprentice at Harefield Pottery in London. He has […]

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MASTERCLASSES

Ceramic Workshops for Young Adults and Ceramic Artists at Chaturdik/Graphic Studio 2, JKK Kate Malone & Balls Pond Studio | England Thinking Hands Kate Malone is one of the UK’s leading ceramicists with an illustrious career spanning thirty years. Kate has worked to make her artwork accessible to enthusiasts of all levels and dedicates much […]

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SYMPOSIUM

On September 1st & 2nd An ongoing and quietly robust development of clay as a modern medium of art has been underway for some time in India. Traditional uses of clay, from village potter to architectural material and ritual art is gradually getting recognized and documented. The contemporary art world is beginning to acknowledge the […]

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