Making Art More
About Art Babblers
Art Babblers is an initiative by Nitasha, with a purpose ‘to make art more accessible’ to the general population. It also aims at benefiting the mass with therapeutic values of art, supported by movement therapy, music therapy, poetry, creative writing, etc.
Nitasha is a graduate from NID (National Institute of Design) Ahmedabad, with specialisation in Visual Communication - Graphic Design. With more than 8 yrs of experience in the industry, she has explored various fields of Visual Communication, ranging from prints to branding to UI/UX, with dedicated effort to her research and its practical applications. She has conducted many successful workshops and sessions for kids and adults of various age groups. With a holistic goal to take art therapy beyond its conventional approach, she keeps developing new methods and modules.
Art is free, so does it’s therapeutic values. The idea is to enable people to be benefited by the same in their day to day life. Both in Crisis and in Celebration.
Make Art More Accessible
- across all age groups
- across all borders
BOTH CRISIS AND CELEBRATION
Art is for
Nitasha has worked with many issues like PTSD, Anger Management, Stress Management, Learning disability, etc.
Currently her new module focuses on
- Children with special needs (such as autism, learning disabilities,etc.)
- Parents/ Guardians of special needs children
- People at old-age homes
- To take the research a step ahead into the health care sector focusing on kids with special needs, people at old age homes, cancer patients, HIV patients, etc.
Sessions and Workshops for Seniors
Sessions and Workshops for Special Needs Children
Sessions and Workshops for Kids of all age group
Sessions and Workshops for Adults
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
A very fulfilling experience Nitasha. You showed the mirror to my soul. Thanks a ton!
— Dr. Suchita Pawar
EXPRESSIVE ARTS THERAPY
A REVOLUTION IN PROGRESS
THE BOLD BRACKET PROJECT
www.theboldbracket.wordpress.comThe Bold Bracket Project started with a goal to spread awareness about mental health through art and design. A system design planning and project to break the taboo and end the stigma around mental illness. It is definitely a work in progress. But do visit the website: