India Today - - SIMPLY MUMBAI -

Priya Srini­vasan, a for­mer busi­ness jour­nal­ist, started the Pome­gran­ate Work­shop in 2006 in or­der to help chil­dren ex­plore and ex­press their in­di­vid­u­al­ity through ac­tiv­i­ties that range from an­i­ma­tion to act­ing. Your chil­dren can try their hands at the an­i­ma­tion work­shop, Bring­ing Life to Art, where they work with sand, clay and other medi­ums of art to cre­ate their own small stop mo­tion an­i­ma­tion pieces. Screen­play is a film mak­ing work­shop where chil­dren build their own story, shoot and edit it, Ra­dio Gaga is the ses­sion which will help cre­ate your own lit­tle ra­dio jockey and the Write It Paint It Act It is an in­te­grated arts mod­ule where chil­dren write their own story, paint back­drops for each scene and then en­act the story. HIGH­LIGHTS A mix of an­i­ma­tion, act­ing and ra­dio jock­ey­ing ac­tiv­i­ties will help en­hance their imag­i­na­tion and creativ­ity COST Rs 3,330 WHERE D- 83/ 848, MIG Colony, Gand­hi­na­gar, Ban­dra East Springs, Gachi­bowli TEL 32956935

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