A variety of training programmes being organised by Jawahar Kala Kendra (JKK) began today at JKK. Training programmes ‘Rajasthani Miniature Painting’ by Mr Devi Lal Sharma at Rehearsal Hall 2 in JKK started. Similarly ‘Film Making’ is being conducted by Mr Rahul Sood in Krishnayan in JKK. ‘Rajasthani Miniature Painting’ will be held till 29 October and ‘Film Making’ will be held till 31 October.
Rajasthan Miniature Painting
Artist, Mr Devi Lal Sharma taught the intricate art of ‘Rajasthani Miniature Painting’ to the participants. The session began with the artist giving a brief introduction to the ancient art style. He said that miniature paintings are usually small-size artistic depictions. Themes like Krishna-Radha, Raja-Rani and other are presented in this art style. These paintings are made using water poster colours. Different colours are used in miniature paintings like red, yellow, green, lapis lazuli are mainly used while painting. From this artists can prepare a diverse set of secondary colours. The paintings also make use of gold colour made from actual gold leaf to highlight certain parts of the painting. Throughout the workshop, the participants will learn the intricacies of miniature painting, colouring schemes, tools and materials as well as common elements of Rajasthani Miniature Painting.
Mr Rahul Sood conducted a training programme for ‘Film Making’ for several participants today. During the programme, the participants learned about – idea development for film creation, converting an idea into a story, screenplay as well as dialogues. Apart from this, the programme also focused on diction, improvisation, character study. Throughout the programme, participants will also delve into pre-production that begins once the script is ready. This process will include – the significance of casting, process of conducting auditions, recce for choosing the location of a shoot, costume, songs and hiring technicians.
Similarly, participants will also learn about production which begins when the film is on the floor and shooting starts. This will include – shot division, camera angles, and the importance of lighting. During the programme, the resource person will also throw light on the different elements of post-production which begin once the shooting is complete. These are – editing, background music, titling, dubbing, voiceover as well as foley sound.
Programme for 26 October (Tomorrow)
On Tuesday, 26 October, ‘Make Up Art’ will be held from 2 pm to 6 pm at Green Room, Rangayan in JKK. It will be conducted by makeup artist, Mr Radhe Lal Banka. It will be on till 31 October.