Pooja Gokul conducts Block Printing workshops at Kynkyny art Gallery in Bangalore. Her workshops are a part of their Culture Club. She gives an expert talk on The history of hand block printing along with a hands on workshop.
About the KYNKYNY Culture Club
The KYNKYNY Culture Club is a forum for our community to come together to share ideas and express ourselves. A platform to promote creativity and professional development, KCC will host film screenings, workshops, master classes and talks to promote discovery and learning.
Pooja talks about the origins and process of hand block printing in India, including how the blocks are made and the social symbolism of different motifs. This is followed by a hands-on workshop where you’ll learn the technique of block printing on paper and cloth.
About Pooja Gokul
Pooja is an artist and art educator based in Bangalore. She holds a Bachelors of Visual Arts degree from Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat, where she specialised in painting.
Pooja spent 5 years teaching the Cambridge syllabus at the International School Bangalore and Trio World School. Pooja conducts various workshops and competitions across the city, including at the the National Gallery of Modern Art, Art Bengaluru and Jagriti Theatre. She is also a professional artist and creates contemporary portraits using traditional techniques and materials, including hand block prints.