ART EXHIBITION "Indigo and Its Impact on India & East Asia" textile works by Dr. Padmini Tolat Balaram > 16th November to 11th December 2018 - Delhi Events
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ART EXHIBITION "Indigo and Its Impact on India & East Asia" textile works by Dr. Padmini Tolat Balaram > 16th November to 11th December 2018

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Venue : The Japan Foundation, 5A Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar IV
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Time : 11:00 am to 7:00 pm (Closed on Sundays & Public holidays) Add to Calendar 16/11/2018 11:00 11/12/2018 19:00 Asia/Kolkata ART EXHIBITION "Indigo and Its Impact on India & East Asia" by Dr. Padmini Tolat Balaram Event Page : https://www.delhievents.com/2018/11/art-exhibition-indigo-impact-india-east-asia-padmini-tolat-balaram-japan-foundation.html Tenshin Okakura Gallery, The Japan Foundation, 5A Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar IV, New Delhi - 110024 DD/MM/YYYY - Exhibition on View

Entry : Free

Venue : Tenshin Okakura Gallery, The Japan Foundation, 5A Ring Road, Lajpat Nagar IV, New Delhi - 110024
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Event Description : ART EXHIBITION "Indigo and Its Impact on India & East Asia" by Dr. Padmini Tolat Balaram

Dr. Padmini Tolat Balaram is presently working as Professor of Design at Visva-Bharati University in India. Prior to that, she was Professor and Head Extension, D. J. Academy of Design, was visiting/Adjunct Professor at NID, CEPT University, and NIFT. Apart from teaching 16 different design subjects, she has carried out extensive multi-disciplinary research in India, China, South Korea, and Japan and in other Asian countries such as Thailand, Bhutan, and Uzbekistan.

Her first research in Japan was as a Japan Foundation Fellow, on ‘Indigo and Its use in Japan: A comparative study with India’, where she documented and experimented with Nihon Ai, Ryukyu Ai and Indo Ai (Indian Indigo), various Japanese techniques of designing with natural Indigo including Shibori, Kasuri, Tsutsugaki, Bingata, Aigata, Egata, Katazome, Edo Komon, Tsujigahana, etc.


Her research on ‘Textile Route from India to Japan via China and Korea and Its Impact on Japanese Textiles' and on ‘Confluence of Culture: Indigo among Minorities of Southwest China and South Korea’ as a Japan Foundation and Asia Scholarship Foundation Fellow respectively have added to the East Asian Indigo.

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ART EXHIBITION "Indigo and Its Impact on India & East Asia" textile works by Dr. Padmini Tolat Balaram > 16th November to 11th December 2018 ART EXHIBITION "Indigo and Its Impact on India & East Asia" textile works by Dr. Padmini Tolat Balaram > 16th November to 11th December 2018 Reviewed by Rohit Malik on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Rating: 5

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