Sandbox Curates Kiddy Trips to NGMA

The collective presents ArtTripping, featuring day-long field trips to the picturesque museum.

Published: 12th August 2015 01:09 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th August 2015 01:09 AM   |  A+A-

As part of their arts-in-education program, Sandbox Collective presents ArtTripping, featuring day-long field trips to meet artists and visit art spaces. The first trip was to Nrityagram in Hesarghatta.The second in the series will feature a very special excursion to the National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) Bengaluru, India’s premium museum for Indian art.

NGMA.jpgNestled in a beautiful garden spanning sprawling  acres in the heart of the city, the museum houses traditional and contemporary Indian art works inside a restored beautiful 100 -year-old heritage mansion.

Sandbox has curated an exhilarating, fun, experiential trip at the museum for children to have a memorable day spent soaking in the world of traditional and contemporary Indian art with games and exercises thrown in-to make the visit interactive,  interesting and fun. 

The day-trip includes a special guided gallery and sculpture walk, art sessions in the galleries, story-telling and theatre fun, a special exhibition centered on cricket followed by a series of internationally acclaimed animation short films. It also includes  a picnic lunch under the magnificent old trees especially catered for us by Anju’s Cafe@NGMA.  

When: August 23

Where : NGMA,  49, Palace Road, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560052

Time: 10: 30 am to 05:00 pm

Age: 8-13 years

Fee: Rs 1200 Inclusive of lunch @ Anju’s Cafe(NGMA), beverages and art material

What:  Nature and sculpture walk, guided gallery walk, art sessions, story telling, theatre fun and games and picnic lunch in the outdoors.

Registrations: collective. or Registrations close on August 15.

To ensure that the experience is personal and intimate for each child, Sandbox has kept the numbers limited. This ArtTripping experience is open only to a maximum of 30 children on a first come first served basis.


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