Register under : Indian Government Act 1882, NITI Ayog Govt. of India, Udyog Addhar Govt. of India
Association with: ICSCA, Certified By : ISO 9001:2015
Membership (National ) of: Qci, Niedssc, Nyad Foundation II (International ) of: TAFISA, IAKS, ICSSPE
Nyad foundation Member of: Hindustan Scouts and Guides II Niedssc and HSG Recognized By:
Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Government of India
TAFISA, IAKS and ICSSPE all are recognized by International Olympic Committee


Literature, Libraries and Spoken Word

• Six-word story contest • Book debates with local authors (Canada Reads style) • Human library – check out people instead of books! Events can be themed i.e, cultural workers, local history makers, etc. • Genealogy and family tree activities – make use of library resources, archives, and online tools. • 3-D Printing workshops • Poetry slams • Writing workshops (memoir, poetry, plays) • Multilingual storytelling • Poetry walls • Readings by local authors • Workshops for emerging authors – i.e., how to get published • Guided tours of locations written about in books with readings of relevant passages • ‘Adults read things they wrote as kids’ events • Postcard projects – collect and display memories and moments from a special place or the Culture Days weekend! • Theatre • Make a prop workshop – use the props in an upcoming production! • Try on costumes – combine with a photo booth • Back-of-house tours – tour props and wardrobe shops, dressing rooms, rehearsal halls, etc. • Improv workshops/Theatre sports • Play readings • Open rehearsal or workshopping new pieces – consider live streaming or adding a tweet chat to engage those who can’t attend in person • Q & A with directors, actors, producers, etc. • Tech workshops and demos – set design, lighting, audio • Workshops for aspiring actors – i.e., audition prep • ‘Actor for a Day’ – let members of the public try out a role in a scene from a signature or upcoming show • Stage combat workshop • Sneak peek of your forthcoming season • Dance • Flash mob! • Classes for different ages and levels of experience • Dance sampler – try out different styles • Explore the history of dance – how, where and why did your dance discipline develop? How does it relate to other dance forms? • Q & A with choreographer, artistic director, etc. • Creative movement/improvisational movement workshops • Collaborative choreography – create a new work for the public • Open rehearsal or workshopping new pieces – consider live streaming or adding a tweet chat to engage those who can’t attend in person • Guided tour of the history of your company – include archival dance footage, costumes, posters and a Q&A with your Artistic Director • Take it to the streets! Develop site-specific work in a unique setting • Sneak peek at your upcoming show or season • Museums and Heritage • Artifact preservation workshop – ask the public to bring their artifacts from home and show them how to preserve their pieces • Antiques Roadshow-style event • Artifact-handling opportunities • Historic food, crafts, and games • Collaborative pop-up museum – ask the public to bring their artifacts and share their stories • Walking tours of historic neighbourhoods, historic plaques • Back-of-house tours (opening ‘the vaults’) • Active participation in exhibit development • Social media posts from local historical figures or statues – engage the public in a discussion on local history • Collect oral histories • Visual Arts and Craft • Show your process – how do you stretch canvas? Make your paints? etc. • Create collaborative works with the public • Demos of techniques • Classes for different ages and skill levels • Artist talks • Matting & framing workshops • Makers fairs • ‘Make & Take’ art swap • Studio tours • Knit-ins and yarn bombing • Walking or bike tours of public art • ‘Plein Air’ workshops • Explore traditional art forms and techniques • Music • Conduct Us! – Invite the public to conduct your choir, orchestra or symphony • Instrument petting zoos • Open rehearsals • Sing-a-longs / sing-ins • Master classes • Webcast concert and hold a tweet chat with conductor, composer, etc. • Open mics • Jam sessions • Songwriting workshops • Recording sessions, sound engineering demos • Film and Video • Hands-on technique workshops i.e., stop-action, claymation • Silent film screening with live music • Special FX workshop or demo • Interactive green screen shoot • Screenings with Q&A’s by directors, actors, etc. • Set or studio tour • Exhibit vintage film and video equipment, processes etc. • Storyboarding workshop • Screen rare works • Outdoor/public space screenings • ‘Make a film in a day’ workshops • Culinary Arts • Tastings – wine, cheese, olive oil, etc. • Demos – crepe making, pasta making, etc. • Cooking, baking, or preserving workshops • Plating and presentation techniques • Decorative fruit and vegetable carving • Cupcake, cake or cookie decorating • Farm, brewery, or vineyard tours • Explore traditional food cultures – i.e., Chinese tea culture • Harvest festivals • Multidiscipline • Offer workshops on the different aspects of your practice – i.e., for an introduction to capoeira, offer classes in movement, music, history and Portuguese • Collaborate! • Have a musician interpret the work of a visual artist and vice versa – explore different musical and visual art styles • Have a writing group collaborate with a hiking group – poets compose site-specific poetry to be recited on a hike during Culture Days • Provide theatre or historical costumes for volunteers to model for a life drawing class • Hold an ‘action photography’ workshop with a dance class as the subject – post the photos online so dancers can have a memento of their class • Choose a theme or story nub and have it interpreted differently by artists of different artistic mediums • Have a dance class to live music – create entry points so the public can learn and participate in both the music making and the dancing Consider a community art project that allows everyone to get involved no matter their skill level or artistic discipline – for example ‘Communitrees’ invited everyone in Huron County to make unique works of art using living trees as their canvas. Together, they created a large-scale outdoor public art gallery! To a child, there is nothing more important than his or her own name. Using student names to teach letter recognition is a very powerful teaching tool. Names are very meaningful to children, therefore they are eager to learn to identify the letters in their own names first; it is very empowering and motivating for them. A child who is motivated and feels empowered about his or her own learning is going to learn more quickly and retain more than a child who is not.


Contact Us

SGADF Organization
Shop Nu 04 ShriRam Plaza Jalpura Sector 01 Greater Noida G.B Nagar Pin-201306 (Uttar Pradesh) INDIA

Telephone Nu: 0120-6684502

Healpine Nu: +91-9953540777

Mobile Nu: +91-7042485907 , +91-8585925252 ,+91-964334203


Founder's Message

" You are never really playing an opponent. You are playing yourself, your own highest standards, and when you reach your limits, that is real joy and What makes something special is not just what you have to gain, but what you feel there is to lose. "

Follow Us On Facebook

Sign up for our mailing list.

Follow Us