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 01143557340,
 09810425823
Cottage No.5, old-rajendra-nagar, Delhi - 110008
Near Water Tank

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Credit Cards Accepted: No
cash
Hobby Courses: Arts And Crafts, Painting, Sketching

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Himanshu Art Institute is a complete fine arts and craft institute. It's speciality is to promote hidden talent by providing a platform to both established and upcoming artists. Since its inception it has been successfully conducting exhibitions, workshops, painting competitions and many other programs to provide learning and exposure in the field of art.

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HIMANSHU ART INSTITUTE A Complete Institute of Fine Arts & Crafts in Delhi, Gurgaon, India.offers DIPLOMA AND CERTIFICATE COURSES IN fine arts, applied arts, sculpture, animation sketching, live sketching, art & crafts, oil painting, acrylic painting, still life & perspective, freehand drawing, fashion sketching, landscapes, nature drawing, water colour, photo color, computer aided designing, cad. SHORT TERMS CRASH COURSES IN pencil shading, fashion illustrations, still life & compossition, perspective, calligraphy writing, clay modeling. HOBBY COURSES FOR ALL AGE GROUPS IN quilling arts, soft toy making, flower making, candle making, fabric painting, paper mashi, gift packing, paper craft, bread craft, photo frames, relief work, tanjore pa ... View More

Hi I'm Chantanee, from Thailand. It's been a great fun for me since I've joined the painting classes at Himanshu Art Institute last December 2011.I met friendly and supportive friends. Teachers are kind and helpful.
Therefore my painting skill's improved.
Thanks to The Institute

CHANTANEE SEESANG
(Student of Oil & Acrylic Painting)

The Our interaction with Himanshu Arts Institute has been most enriching and fulfilling. The warmth and dedication of Mr Himanshu and Ms Shilpi to teach arts and craft to the children of Borderless World Foundation (BWF), Kashmir, really touched our hearts. In fact, the workshop turned out to be more wonderful than we had expected. In the workshops, that were conducted thrice a week, the children learned how to make photo frames and lamps out of discarded newspapers, and paper mache items. These gifts were later presented by the children to all the new freinds of BWF in Delhi, at our final get together at lodhi Garden on 19th February 2012. On behalf of BWF, I express my deepest gratitude and sincere wishes to the entire team of Him ... View More
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