An interview with Harini Nagendra, author of The Bangalore Detectives Club
An interview with Satyabrata Rout, author of Scenography: An Indian Perspective.
Eminent art curator and promoter of the Centre of International Modern Art (CIMA) Kolkata, Rakhi Sarkar speaks to Jinoy Jose P.
In this interview with Nasreen Munni Kabir, Mangeshkar also lists the excuses she used to come up with as a child to avoid singing
The skill and technique of the various dance forms are imbued with memories of past times, specific history and cultural ethos, says Odissi dancer and teacher Bijayini Satpathy.
Sunanda Nair’s life around dance came to a standstill several times. She was able to find her feet back to it, every single time.
The author of Delhi, Agra, Fatehpur Sikri says he has tried to address the gap between academic and popular understandings of history in the book.
AI Musings on the Posthuman, India’s first solo exhibition of AI art, is on at the Emami Art Gallery in Kolkata.
There’s more to Eshnakutty than a viral video. The Delhi-based flow artiste is a psychology graduate and a post-graduate in dance movement therapy and says her ultimate aim is to make as many people join the flow movement.
Hailing from Tokyo, Japan, the writer Keiko Okano has been practising and performing Mohiniyattam in Kerala for more than a decade now, shuttling between Kerala and Tokyo. This is a brief story of her journey to Kerala, to becoming a Mohiniyattam dancer.