Fundoo Class
Arts & Culture

Dot Mandala Art (Age 8-18 years)

Multi-day class

Let's express ourselves and find satisfaction & peace while making beautiful artwork that we will feel good about. In this workshop Students will learn concepts and techniques to draw and create stunning dot mandalas.

Richa Jaiswal

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4 Weeks,2x a Week

How does a Multi-Day Course work?

A Multi-Day Course meets multiple times over one or more weeks. Learners join the teacher in live video chat sessions at scheduled times. Outside of these sessions, they can take part in a classroom discussion group and message the teacher directly. Longer courses create more opportunities: real-time activities, engaging projects, and interaction with diverse classmates from other states and countries.
60 Minutes Class Duration
1-6 Kids Class Size
Ages 8-18 Age Range
Rs. 1224 Total* Price Per Learner (Rs)

Available Times

Sat, Sep 11 - Oct 3

4 Weeks,2x a Week
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Not Available

Mon, Nov 8 - Dec 4

4 Weeks,2x a Week
9:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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Description

Class Experience

Dot painting originated from Aboriginal Art from Australia and Mandala is a Sanskrit term that means the "circle" representing the universe. It is also known to be therapeutic & calming. 
According to a world-famous psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Carl Jung, creating mandalas offers a “safe refuge of inner reconciliation and wholeness", providing a sacred space into which we can invite the Self.
It is a wonderful activity to do with children as well because it helps them know and order their inner selves at a very early stage in life. It helps to enhance children's concentration levels, hand-eye coordination, and psychomotor skills.

When you create your own mandala, think of it as an echo of your soul. Drawing and coloring a mandala can be a highly enriching personal experience in which you look inside yourself and find the shapes, colors and patterns to represent anything from your current state of mind to your most deeply-desired wish for yourself, for a loved one, or for humanity. You can design a mandala to symbolize a state of mind that you would like to achieve. Mandalas are great tools for meditation and increasing self-awareness. Many different cultures around the world use mandalas in their spiritual practices.

The best thing about designing your own mandals is that you have the freedom to choose whatever shapes and colors that you feel express your sense of self and your view of reality. Your mandala is yours, and you have the freedom to use your creativity to create a mandala drawing that is uniquely you. Once you know the basic steps of how to draw a mandala, you can try now new designs and new colors each time you draw a new mandala.

Materials required for Dot Mandala Art :

??Wood round MDF cutouts sheet 4×4 
?? Dot mandala tools (If tools aren't available, cotton ear buds, toothpick, skewer, pen/pencil/paintbrush with a flat back, etc can be used.)
?? sheets for practice 
??Marking Tools: Ruler, protractor, compass.
??Acrylic Colors - Fevicryl brand is preferred for dotting. 
??Paint Palette and rag/tissue paper
??Water cup

If you want to learn how to create your own mandalas, then this courseis for you!

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Hello art lovers, My name is Richa Jaiswal, I have always been an artist and loved painting. I started painting Mandalas as a hobby and slowly I became a professional Dot Mandala Artist.  I want to share and spread my divine experience with more and more people, hence I have taken this initiative of online classes.    

??Wood round MDF cutouts sheet 4×4  ?? Dot mandala tools (If tools aren't available, cotton ear buds, toothpick, skewer, pen/pencil/paintbrush with a flat back, etc can be used.) ?? sheets for practice  ??Marking Tools: Ruler, protractor, compass. ??Acrylic Colors - Fevicryl brand is preferred for dotting.  ??Paint Palette and rag/tissue paper ??Water cup

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You can design a mandala to symbolize a state of mind that you would like to achieve. Mandalas are great tools for meditation and increasing self-awareness.

Will be informed in the cassroom.

It will be assessed in the class.

Please Assis the child while the class is on.

Teacher

Richa Jaiswal

About Me

Hello everyone I am Richa Jaiswal, I live in Delhi, I am 21 years old, I was born in Bangalore & brought up in different places of India, right now pursuing Psychology honours from Delhi university final year, I have done German language diploma from YWCA(Young Women Christian Association) and I have experience of teaching of 3 years I used to volunteer as a teacher in slum area of Dilshad garden also in orphanage home and blind school.
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