Shilpa Ranade

Shilpa Ranade teaches Animation at IDC School Of Design, IIT Bombay, a discipline she has helped establish in 2006.

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Shilpa Ranade teaches Animation at IDC School Of Design, IIT Bombay, a discipline she has helped establish in 2006.

An alumnus of IDC, she later completed her MPhil in Animation from the Royal College of Art, London. Shilpa Ranade has directed short animation films for Channel 4, UK; her films have traveled all over the world winning accolades in some of the most prestigious film festivals.

She is a founding member of Damroo, a project involved in creating content for children where she has produced books and films while working closely with children to produce the content. She has also illustrated numerous books for children for leading publishers in the country including Scholastic, Eklavya, Pratham  and Karadi Tales.

Her curatorial work includes two large volumes; 'Plant Life' - an anthology of children’s writing and drawing on how they perceive higher and lower plants as students of a Waldorf Steiner School, and 'Child Farmers' a book based on the lives of children of Vidarbha who have lost their farmer fathers to suicides.

She has made an Animated feature film for the Children's Film Society of India, 'Goopi Gawaiya Bagha Bajaiya,' based on the original text 'Goopi Gayne Bagha Bayne' by Upendrakishore Raychowdury.

Her film has won several Indian and International awards and nominations and has premiered at TIFF Toronto, Busan Korea, MAMI India, and has been showcased at DIFF Dubai, Colombo International Film Festival, Trinidad Film Festival, Lucas International Children’s Film Festival, Frankfurt, PISAF Korea among several other film festivals.

Her current work includes Animation films based on the lives of Buddha, Milarepa and Padmasambhava in a project on the resonances of Ajanta, an animation and graphic novel project on Lal Ded, poet mystic of Kashmir, and illustration for children’s books.

Venues Dates Time
Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum Sun 13 Oct 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm Available
Age
12-99 yrs
Languages
English,Hindi
Fee
Museum Charges apply. Entry fee Rs. 10/-.