Jaipur, November 12, 2021.
Antaran, Transforming Crafts an initiative of Tata Trusts, cordially invites you to the ‘Textiles from Assam & Nagaland at Nila House’, an exhibition and direct-to-artisan sale of handwoven cotton and eri silk textiles. Handcrafted with love, the exhibit across 15 days will have a wide range of handwoven exquisite sarees, dupattas, stoles, and home accessories.
The collection is exclusively curated comprising of everything from the northeastern clusters associated with the initiative – Cotton and Eri of Kamrup – Assam and Loin Loom weaves of Dimapur and Phek – Nagaland
It is a celebration to welcome four wonderful women artisan entrepreneurs from Assam and Nagaland
Anitoli Sumi (Nagaland) Deepika Kakati (Assam) Pratibha Kalita Das (Assam) Vekuvolo Dozo (Nagaland) will be presenting collections of their handwoven textiles in cotton and eri silk, including stoles, saris and textiles for the home.
Antaran aims to rejuvenate the handloom sector by empowering artisans to support their journey into entrepreneurship. The exhibit will be hosted at Nila House, Jaipur.
More details below.
EXHIBIT AT NILA HOUSE
|Date||Monday 15th November – Tuesday 30th November, 2021|
|Time||11 a.m. to 5 p.m.|
|Venue||Nila House, Ashok Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302001|
|Details||Free entry, open to everyone Products will be available for sale|