Tribal art is always intriguing. Because they always use natural material and we wonder why the artificial things were made in the first place, if we pay a bomb to buy the natural things?
One such kind of beautiful art form is Savara, paintings that use only natural vegetable and fruit dyes. The gallery is organizing an exhibition and workshop of tribal art forms wherein a number of artists from remote areas of the state such as the tribal belt of Vizag and Srikakulum are expected to take part.
Even traditional Lambada dancers will be showcasing their talents here. After this workshop, tribal art will become a permanent fixture in the gallery. In the coming weeks there will also be other tribal art forms like Kalamkari, Nirmal etc. that will have their workshops.
Please contact Koeli Mukherjee at the State Art Gallery on 3091-3922 for further details.