A summer training camp (Sanskratik Virasat Prashikshan Shivir) is being organized at the City Palace Museum jointly by Maharaja Sawai Man Singh Museum (MSMSII Museum), Rangrit Art School and Saraswati Kala Kendra. The art camp will be inaugurated by Princess Gauravi Kumari on 21 May at 12 noon. There is no fee for participating in the camp.
Trustee Secretary, MSMS II Museum, Princess Diya Kumari said that each year a month-long training program is organized at the City Palace. The idea is to give appropriate platform to the youngsters so that they learn our traditional and most enriched art forms. This year ‘Sanskratik Virasat Prashikshan Shivir’ is based on the theme of ‘Panigrahan Sanskaar’. Maandna, Puppetry, Calligraphy and Algoza Vadan are new attractions.
Coordinator of the workshop, Mr. Ramu Ramdev said that during the month long workshop, the participants will get to learn folk songs based on weddings, folk dance, maandna, and art of writing hand-written invite. The theatre workshop will be based on female foeticide. The registration for the workshop begins from 18 May between 11 am to 4 pm.
The following well known artistes will provide the training – Algoza vadan and Flute (R D Gaur), Yoga (Rajasthan Yoga Parishad), Maandna and Rangoli (Lakshmi Narayan Kumawat), Painting (Ramu Ramdev, Shyamu Ramdev, Hemant Ramdev, Babulal Marothia and Badrinarayan), Puppetry (Ravi Bhatt), Folk Song (Parveen Mirza), Folk Dance (Jyoti Bharati Goswami), Theatre (Sartaj Narayan Mathur and Kashish Bhatia) and Calligraphy (Ashok Sharma).
On the inaugural day, paintings on different traditional art forms will also be displayed.