“How do Mad Artists think” workshop at The Pianoman Gurgaon – Timing and Details

Picasso's painting and an African mask

Picasso’s painting and an African mask. A combination of tribal art and the invention of film (among other things), led Picasso towards Cubism.

Workshop Title

How do those Mad Artists Think? Lessons in creativity from the world of Art.

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Workshop duration

4 hours

Date and Time

Saturday, 8th November 2014, 4.30 PM – 8.30 PM

Introductions (10 minutes)

4.30 – 4.40

Introductions, with name and favourite artist, film maker, writer etc.

Post it discussions – ‘Big Words’  (1 hour)

4.40 – 5.20

Discussions on the meaning of ‘Big Words’ from Art and Design and the relationships between them. What’s the difference between Craft and Art for instance? Or what’s the difference between Performance Art and Theatre?

That's me, randomly pasting 'big words' from the world of Art, all over the floor of the workshop space. By process of discussion we will dispel the notion that great art is esoteric.

That’s me, randomly pasting ‘big words’ from the world of Art, all over the floor of the workshop space. By process of discussion we will dispel the notion that great art is esoteric.

5.20 – 5.40

Rearranging the ‘Big Words’ to demonstrate how they all fit into a very logical artistic process.

Break (10 minutes)

5.40 – 5.50

Cigarettes, washroom, answering missed calls

Creative Geniuses from Art History – Part 1 ( 45 minutes)

5.50 – 6.35

Presentation on the arc from Realism to Abstraction and the beginning of Modern Art. Will include musical history too.

Break (10 minutes)

6.35 – 6.45

Creative Geniuses from Art History – Part 2  (55 minutes)

6.45 – 7.40

Presentation on major Art Movements from 1900 to the present, with key figures. Will include musical history too.

The Art of Jazz (20 minutes)

7.40 – 8.00

A short articulation of how to get the most out of any Jazz experience.

Conclusion (30 minutes)

8.00 – 8.30

Questions/further discussions

Address

The Pianoman Garden Cafe,

CK Farms, Carterpuri Road,

Palam Vihar (Near ITM College)

Ph: 8800946360

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