Painting Day at Ranga Shankara



Painting Day at Ranga Shankara

A "Painting Day" is organized at Ranga Shankara on Sat, 9 Jul between 2 PM and 6 PM. This
event is open to all children above 5. Children should come with brushes and crayons; Ranga
Shankara will provide paper and paint.

The art pieces that will emerge from the Painting Day will be exhibited at Ranga Shankara for
over a month.

The Painting Day will open the AHA! International Theatre for Children Fest ’11.

Date: 09 Jul ‘11
Venue: Ranga Shankara
Time: 2 pm to 6 pm

Age Group: 5 to 12 years

You bring: Pencils, erasers, brushes, palette (to mix your colors), a glass (to fill with water and
clean your brushes), colour pencils (optional), sketch pens(optional), crayons (optional).

Provided by Ranga Shankara: Paint and paper.


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