National Handicrafts and Handlooms Museum
The museum is situated at a prominent location of Delhi facing the Purana Qila complex. It was set up over a period of 30 years by the efforts of the renowned freedom fighter late Smt Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay when the area was envisaged as an ethnographic space where craftsmen from various parts of India would come into work towards the preservation of various traditional arts and crafts.
This Indian Craft Museum comprises of authentic ethnic works of the artisan which includes Wooden Carvings, Metalware, Paintings, Village complex, Performing arts, Active craftsmen and Shops which reflects the culture of India.
Join us for a guided photo walk to explore the vibrant, undiscovered charm of Craft Museum surrounded by the scintillating architecture and masterful craftsmanship with the mobilographer and mentor as good as Shweta Malhotra
Should you be interested in joining us in this walk to explore, please register yourself through the below link.
The walk is for photography enthusiasts who would like to learn the art of Smartphone Photography from a renowned photographer. We are looking at a maximum of 25 people for this walk and it will be on a first come, first serve basis.
Timings: 9:00am to 11:00am
Sriram : +91 807-674-4285
Group Photo will be taken at the beginning of the workshop so kindly assemble at the meeting point 10 minutes before the scheduled time.
In this photo walk, you are responsible for your cameras, belongings and other equipment.
Taking photos of other participants or the mentor without their permission is prohibited.
Abusive behavior towards other participants, members of the public or the photo walk leader will not be tolerated. Mentor reserves the right to refuse admission and to remove anyone from a photo walk at our discretion, without liability.
Attendance of a photo walk constitutes acceptance of the above terms and conditions.
Please contact the organizer for details, live support: +91 807-674-4285