Does Art Have a Caste? A Debate on Carnatic Music

The aim is to go well beyond personalities, to focus squarely on the issues and raise the level of discussion about art and society.

Meet the man who is digitally conserving and restoring the Ajanta caves

The paintings in the 2000-year-old Ajanta Caves are in a precarious state and can’t be fully restored. But there is an attempt to restore them digi...

Onathallu, the Martial Art Game of Central Kerala

Heritage from the banks of a Kerala river: a martial art form - Onathallu

Be a Radical Alternative - A Collage

Free minds that think differently ... are like little drops of rain in this drought of gradual self-destruction.

T.M. Krishna’s Song in Solidarity with Chennai’s Endangered Creek

For the first time ever, a matter of public concern has been rendered in Carnatic music.

A Village in Bengal Where Every Inmate is an Artist

The Patua painters also sing Pater Gaans which may relate to mythology and tribal rituals or to issues like preventing spread of HIV/AIDS.

By the people, for the people

It is an uncommon exercise in grassroots cinema based on volunteerism and cooperative spirit.

Questioning the consumption based developmental paradigm

Taking up personal and social initiatives in order to create awareness and reduce environmental impact...

This Bengaluru Artist Is Using Art To Draw Attention To Potholes & Provoke The Govt Into Action

Baadal Nanjundaswamy has been making art around current civic issues for the past decade.

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