Kolam - A Ritualistic Math Art Form
In ancient India mathematical ideas were woven into the metaphysical, religious, and aesthetic fabric of the society. [Sarah Glaz, 2013]. There were no distinct separations as far as knowledge was concerned. Mathematics was integrated into everyday life.
In the 4-session workshop series we will discuss the connections between Kōlam, an ancient everyday ritualistic art form created on thresholds by Tamil women and the mathematical concepts of skip counting, number shapes, reflections, symmetry, graph theory etc.
This workshop will help the participants explore the overlap between culture, art, and mathematics.
Dates: 29th and 30th January 2022
Time: 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM EST; 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM IST
Fees : Non-Members - $20 ; Life Members - $10
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Trainers: Swati Dave, Gowri Ramachandran and Ramyanitharshini Balaji
Organizer of Kolam WorkshopThe Institute for the Advancement of Vedic Mathematics is a UK based charity established to promote, disseminate, research and support the system of Vedic Mathematics internationally.
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