Exploring the folk art in Crafts Museum

Established in 1956, Crafts Museum owns roughly 20,000 artefacts and showcases puppets, wooden and bronze sculptures, paper mache and everyday objects. At present, there’s just one gallery open to public due to construction of the new wings of the Hastakala Institute. It’s truly magnificent, a tranquil oasis in a fast paced city like Delhi. In this walk through the museum, join us to view a short documentary on the museum, take a walk through the open air galleries for a live interaction with skilled craftsmen and purchase collectibles from all over India.

Meeting Point: In front of Cafe Lota inside the museum
Meeting Time: 9:45 AM
Duration: 10 AM to 12 PM
About walk leader: Ritika Jain- She is a graphic designer and writer by profession, drawn to storytelling in any form. She likes to explore and collect souvenirs on all her travels. Most of all, she likes attending workshops and believes that till you try to create something, you can't truly appreciate how much hard work and skill goes into it.
Walk led by: Ritika Jain
Contact us: +919810662867
Email us: walks@sahapedia.org
Entry fee: Rs 20 (Indians) and Rs 200 (Foreigners)
Museum walk link: https://www.sahapedia.org/exploring-the-folk-art-crafts-museum
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