Terracotta sculpting comes alive

Published: 22nd March 2013 11:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd March 2013 11:00 AM   |  A+A-


The innumerable possibilities of  the terracotta sculpting were highlighted by Kerala Lalithakala Akademy’s senior expert member for sculpture V K Rajan on the second day of the Terracotta camp at the Department of Sculpture of the Radha Lakshmi Vilasam (RLV) College of Music and Fine Arts on Thursday.

The nuances of sculpting were explained by Rajan with the help of video presentation. He urged the student community to update themselves regularly by the continuing process of learning.  He appreciated the interest of the students in creating different designs.

He invited all the 20 students to join the Granite Sculpture Camp being organised by the Kerala Lalithakala  Akademi at Fort Kochi from March 23.

The applied art show at the Applied Art Department witnessed a fashion photography workshop by fashion photographer Jamesh Kottakkal. Ravi Varma College of Fine Arts Sculpture Department head K.Narayankutty will be the resource person at the terracotta camp on Friday.

Kerala Lalithakala Akademi chairman K A Francis promised all support for the student community belonging to the Fine Arts department, according to RLV College of Music and Fine Arts principal M Balasubramoniam. The camp is being organised jointly by the students and the faculty of the Sculpture Department of the RLV College of Music and Fine Arts and the Kerala Lalithakala Akademi, Thrissur.


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