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About the walk

We all love to visit museums and gain knowledge about history, culture, arts, and many other things. Museums, however, are often not designed to accommodate everyone. Access to a museum for people with special needs is still a worrying subject in India. To break such barriers and push for inclusion of all, museums of Ahmedabad are actively working to organise  facilitation programmes.

This programme is designed especially for the creative souls of the Differently Abled Designers organisation, curated by Avani Varia at the Vechaar Utensils Museum. The participants will discuss the processes of making utensils, their traditional uses,and the health benefits of indigenous objects of daily use. Vechaar Utensils Museum has an extensive utensil collection on display. The objects are made from a range of materials such as gourd, wood, different metals, clay, ceramic, glass, etc. The  evening will conclude with a drawing session for the creative participants. We look forward to display their creative work for public viewing in the future. 

 

 

Meeting Time
04:00 pm
Event Date
Event Time
04:30 pm ~ 06:30 pm

Traditional Utensils & Uses—Visual Expressions

In Partnership With

aVni
Differently abled Designers
Museums of Ahmedabad
Interglobe Foundation
Manthan Educational Programme Society
Kuldeep Singh

Led By

Avani Varia

Meeting Time

04:00 PM

Meeting point

At the Vechaar Utensils Museum’s gate

About the walk

We all love to visit museums and gain knowledge about history, culture, arts, and many other things. Museums, however, are often not designed to accommodate everyone. Access to a museum for people with special needs is still a worrying subject in India. To break such barriers and push for inclusion of all, museums of Ahmedabad are actively working to organise  facilitation programmes.

This programme is designed especially for the creative souls of the Differently Abled Designers organisation, curated by Avani Varia at the Vechaar Utensils Museum. The participants will discuss the processes of making utensils, their traditional uses,and the health benefits of indigenous objects of daily use. Vechaar Utensils Museum has an extensive utensil collection on display. The objects are made from a range of materials such as gourd, wood, different metals, clay, ceramic, glass, etc. The  evening will conclude with a drawing session for the creative participants. We look forward to display their creative work for public viewing in the future. 

 

 

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Please Note

  • This is a closed event at Vechaar Utensils Museum, especially for a group of differently abled designers.
  • Event is free for participants.
  • Parking available near the museum.