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A vibrant melting pot of people and cultures, Mumbai has a young vibe and a lively lifestyle, which embraces everything creative. The city can fulfil the dreams of almost all creative individuals with various exhibitions and art workshops in Mumbai making it heaven for art enthusiasts.
Creative outlets in the form of art and craft classes have never been as important to our society as they are now. They break the monotony that our professions may lead us to. In addition to the lively lifestyle and culture the city of Mumbai has to offer, art and crafts events make the busy life here more tolerable, manageable, and definitely enjoyable. Mumbai has produced some of the best artists of the country and houses grand art galleries. The city is bubbling with creative individuals looking for art workshops in Mumbai!
One can’t talk about top art exhibitions in Mumbai without mentioning the Grand India Art Festival! This is one of the biggest art and crafts events in the country. Witness the uniqueness of handmade articles like paintings, ceramics, sculptures and so much more here.
As an art lover, you must not miss out on the Mumbai Gallery Weekend (MGW), which has been shining on the city’s cultural calendar over the past few years. A 5-day event, MGW brings together a milieu of art spaces and galleries, with collectors, art historians, artists as well as art enthusiasts celebrating the best of contemporary art. The event features talks by artists on their style and practice, and discussions on art forms and architecture that are as enlightening as other interesting workshops in Mumbai.
The city also houses some of the best art galleries in the country that host contemporary art exhibitions in Mumbai. The cherry on the cake is that most of these places don’t charge an entry fee! There’s the evergreen Jehangir Art Gallery in South Bombay that is over half a century old, and then there’s Chatterjee And Lal in Colaba that have been encouraging the young creative individuals of the country. Some other galleries hosting art and craft events in Mumbai are Volte, The Loft, Tasveer, Project 88, Chemould Prescott Road Gallery, Pundole Art Gallery, and many more. Head to onw of these galleries on your next weekend and you are sure to be you awestruck not just with their art but the grand interiors and decor too!
Mumbai hosts events that cater to all your needs as a creative individual or simply as an art enthusiast through painting courses and various quirky weekend hobby classes. Art workshops in Mumbai are on the rise to encourage and educate art enthusiasts caught in the hustle and bustle of the city.
Places like Doolally Taproom host some of the most interesting creative workshops in Mumbai that add a whole new energy to the city’s art community. The hosts give a twist to regular painting courses and offer you really quirky workshops on Mandala Dot painting, finger painting, knife painting, sand art and what not! The city also hosts art therapy workshops and DIY classes which you can sign up for, to indulge in a little fun and relaxation.
Looking for a place to exhibit your art or to attend art workshops in Mumbai?
Here's a list of art studios in Mumbai for art exhibitions and workshops: