Take Your Superheroes to Super Kids Day out This Children’s Day

Workshop on Children's Day

A child with Reshmi Dey learning glass designing at Glass Sutra

Kids are curious beings. Their imagination is unrestrained. The level of creativity your kid holds in his tiny brain is unconceivable.

Let this imagination find wings. Let your kid express their creativity without restraint.

This Children’s Day, plan a creative kid’s day out with Glass Sutra’s Glass Art Workshop.

Glass Art is the art of giving form to molten liquid glass and creating beautiful glass structures using the techniques of flame-work.

Does that make you think that it’s not safe for your kids? Forget your worries because Glass Making is absolutely safe at Glass Sutra. We provide all the safety gear to our workshop attendees and conduct our workshops under the expert surveillance of the International Glass Artist- Reshmi Dey and her team.

How does Glass Art benefit children?

It’s a fast moving world with a lot of competition. Children are always under pressure to be “good enough” for their age.  This constant invisible pressure sometimes takes a toll on your kid’s creativity. And creativity being a very important part of human development and also a key to a successful and content life, it should be our responsibility to help our children indulge in art.

Glass Making in India is yet an under-recognized art which has a lot of potential to help people of all ages explore their inner creativity through the art of shaping glass into exquisite forms. Glass Sutra aims to throw light at this beautiful art form and make it not just a medium of escape from everyday life and a medium of creative expression, but also a viable career option for our future generation. Reshmi Dey, the founder of Glass Sutra is an international Glass Artist and realizes the scope of success this art form beholds.

Giving your children exposure to such an art form, while also allowing them to discover their creative forces, is an opportunity to grab. Here are some of the benefits of glass making for your children:

  • Ignites creativity
  • Enhances analytical thinking
  • Builds self-confidence and positive energy
  • Stimulates coordination between the Left and the Right brain
  • Motivates self-development
  • Gives a potential career option

Do children enjoy Glass Art?

Glass Making allows children to satiate their thirst for learning and seeking new activities to perform. Since it allows them to be creative and free, children tend to enjoy this break from their everyday routine of school and home. Glass Sutra has conducted several workshops with children and they have been a huge success. Children always have a way to surprise us and so did they in our last workshop.

Children at Glass Sutra Glass Designing Art Workshop

Which age-group is it suitable for?

Art should happen to children early in life. Children in the age group of 8-18 can attend our Glass Art workshop. Childhood is the most promising time of one’s life. Given the opportunity, the impressionable minds have the capacity to learn and imbibe a lot of new skills. We encourage schools, colleges, and parents to have their children get exposure to glass art to help these young minds express their creativity and learn new skills.

How do I register for the workshop?

We are currently based in National Capital-Delhi, and schools and institutes from the entire NCR region reach out to us for workshops. If you are a school or an institution looking to organize a glass art day out for your students, contact us with the number of attendees and time of preference. We will co-ordinate with you for the workshop.You can book your workshop here. If you are a parent looking to bring your kids to our Glass Art Studio, feel free to call us on below number –

Date of Workshop: November 14, 2017

Phone number: 9811992770   

Email Id: glasssutrateam@gmail.com

Glass Sutra Makes This Halloween Ghoulishly Delightful

Glass Sutra Makes This Halloween Ghoulishly Delightful

Hallowing Workshop

Halloween is around the corner and we are bumped up to celebrate the spooky festival with absolute zest. While you plan to decorate your home for Halloween, we have planned to help you do so.

Halloween is all about remembering the dead and celebrating your day with tricks and treats. Halloween reminds us that life is a fragile art and death is the ultimate truth and it should be celebrated.

This Halloween, celebrate the fragility of life with the ultimate symbol of delicateness and art- Glass!

Glass Sutra invites you to the first-ever Halloween Workshop of Glass Art.

If you were satisfied watching mesmerizing videos of glass making online, now is the time to do it yourself.

The First-ever Halloween Workshop

Glass Sutra, India’s first comprehensive glass art studio found by Reshmi Dey, is also the first to go public-access. You can now learn glass art, blow your imagination into glass and develop beautiful pieces of glass art. Giving expression to your imagination, Glass art is a cathartic experience that is not something you should miss given the chance to experience it with an international artist.

This Halloween, Glass Sutra has organized a Halloween Workshop for all the Halloween buffs.   In this fun session, you will learn to flamework with borosilicate glass, melt and shape glass into pumpkins for Halloween and even create your very own unique “Spooky Halloween” glass ornament. Ain’t that fun?

Not just that, you can choose the colour you want your art-piece in and develop coloured or clear glass pieces to create your own marbles, beads, key-chains, showpieces, gifts, pendants and what not!

Glass Sutra Makes This Halloween Ghoulishly Delightful

Workshop for beginners or even one-timers

Wondering how would you take on the job of expert artists? Fret not! You don’t require any prior experience and nor do you have to be an aspiring glass artist. The beauty of glass art is that it’s functional and therapeutic in nature. You can create your art pieces to cherish for life while you get an experience of a lifetime. Shaping glass out of your imagination is an experience that stimulates your brain and creativity. Even if you don’t want to be an artist, it’s an experience to relish for life.

Safety is our prime concern

Our workshops are primarily organised in a way that they are safe. You don’t need to bring anything along with you. We give you all the necessary gear and make sure that you are safe while working on glass blowing or flame. Moreover, you will be creating glass art under the direct guidance of the internationally recognized glass artist and founder of Glass Sutra, Reshmi Dey along with her other fellow experienced artists.

Let’s make this Halloween ghoulishly delightful with Glassperience.

Date of workshop: 28th& 29th Oct.

Time: 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Venue: 19, Ambavatta Green Rd, Chhatarpur Farms, New Delhi, India

Contact: +91 9811992770

Email: glasssutrateam@gmail.com

Book Your Seats: Online Booking

Reveling in the Glory of Functional Art – Glass Blowing

Glass Art Workshop

Glass Sutra aims to take glass-making out of the darkness and make it recognizable in the mainstream art.

Reshmi Dey with her Glass Art Work

The universe has taken billions of years to form, but at Reshmi’s Glass Workshop, her small glass models of universe take shape in just a few hours and take the form of several functional art pieces.

Art, when suitable for utilitarian purposes, becomes functional art. Blurring the boundaries between fine art and everyday life, functional art aims to bring beauty in routine items. Glass art infuses fine art aesthetics into items of everyday use making our lives more beautiful and artistic.

Glass Sutra, a studio in the National Capital Delhi found by Reshmi Dey, an international glass artist, aims to bring the magnificence of functional glass art into limelight.Despite being a country rich of artists, glass artistry has not found a lot of hands to work and develop an industry that could also occupy the mainstream art scene.

“I have studied glass art internationally and coming back to my home country, I realized that this brilliant form is still undermined. Through Glass Sutra, I wish to spread this art form amongst the young creative minds and give them a platform to pursue career paths in Glass-Blowing,” addresses Reshmi.

Letting the children learn to create glass art pieces is not even considered an option in our country. Let alone learning, people are not even exposed to the idea that this is possible and that it might also result in a ‘real’ bread-earning career.

Reshmi, however, has a way to make it happen.

Learning Glass Art

Glass sutra, India’s first comprehensive public access Glass Art Studio, organizes programs for school and college students to indulge in glass blowing and learning the art of making glass pieces on their own. Under the expert guidance of artists, students get exposed to the art that is yet at a nascent stage in India.

This exposure of art amongst students is aimed at awareness of an art form and the enlightenment that there is a career option that was never known before amongst the well-to-do strata- Glass Art.

Reshmi confirms, “I want these impressionable minds to have an idea of what it is like to follow art such that they figure out for themselves whether they want to pursue it or not. I want to tell them that ‘look, you have one more option to choose from.’ It’s okay if they decide not to be a glass artist, but they should at least know that they can also choose to be one.”

Glass art catharsis through Corporate Workshops

“I don’t head to a desktop job every morning to work 9-5 and get juggled up in hundreds of emails. I get up every morning knowing that it’s another bright day when I can give shape to another form of art and pursue my passion while bringing a change in the world as I see it. This is about art. Not a run-of-the-mill job. I want this feeling to be known to others,” says Reshmi.

Glass Sutra organizes corporate workshops for organizations who wish to take their employees to employee engagement activities that are little off the league. Through these workshops, Glass Sutra wishes to achieve multiple goals like giving a cathartic experience to employees through glass making, team building and above all, the awareness of an art form that has not received the recognition it deserves.

With wide usage of glass art, it’s one form of functional art that is yet underrated. Not missing the sheer beauty of illuminating chandeliers, exotic bottles of perfume and whisky decanters, glass art is functional in everyday life. Our house is full of functional pieces of glass including vases and fine dinnerware. Glass Sutra recognizes the various functions of glass art and is celebrating the glory of functional art-glass blowing.

“The most beautiful thing about this art form is that it does not just create art that is restricted behind glass walls for decoration. It’s also functional,” emphasizes Reshmi. “This is why I find it even more pertinent to spread it amongst creative minds in our nation because functional art in India has been well-recognized already, so why should we leave ourselves behind when it comes to another beautiful art form?”

Glass Sutra is celebrating the glory of functional Glass Art. Will you join us? Find an activity that suits you and pay us a visit. You don’t always need to be associated with a school or a corporate to pay us a visit- as said; we are a public access glass making studio. Just drop by with your friends for evening get-togethers and fun. Contact us at – +91 9811992770 / glasssutrateam@gmail.com