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Many hues of SSVAD

Established artists from Santiniketan raise a toast to art, cutting across genres and techniques

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‘You go to a lit fest to understand exactly where you are in the pecking order of writers’

‘It’s our time under the spotlight, getting a literary suntan of sorts’

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Hands-on designs; A craft workshop in Coimbatore

Reena Dhairyawan from Mumbai introduces the art of hand-made crafts in the city at a workshop

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Print and theatre have a close connection: playwright Ramu Ramanathan

The artiste, who has won the Art Spectrum award, has been a significant influence on Indian theatre

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Google Arts and Culture’s selfie feature in India soon

The feature, which went viral in the U.S. last week, will soon be available in India.

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A historical towering figure

A fascinating account of a seven-foot tall, Muslim eunuch who came to India long before Christopher Columbus or Vasco De Gama

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New ways of seeing invisible histories

An ongoing art show pushes you to take a pause, and look at the city’s architecture while questioning how you choose to experience the same

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Why art needs to stay in class

A new arts conference will discuss its relevance in school, as it improves critical thinking, cognitive ability and concentration. Plus, four global cues we need to follow

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'A musical discovery of discovery of Madurai' rakes in good response

After a gap of three years, the much awaited second song for the album, “Madura - A musical discovery of Madurai”, was uploaded on YouTube this week. And the response has been good.

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A song about the city From Madurakkarens to Maduraites

After a gap of three years, the much awaited second song for the album, “Madura - A musical discovery of Madurai”, was uploaded on YouTube this week. And the response has been good.

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An alternate space for art to thrive

In the wake of Urur Olcott Kuppam Vizha’s fourth edition, a reflection on how the fest has been reclaiming public spaces of the city through art

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Looking at trees through three mediums

A designer, a painter and a photographer come together to pay homage to the arboreal

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A slice of Mahishmati in Madurai

The superhit fantasy film Baahubali and its humongous reach among the audience is well-known. Here’s an opportunity to visit Mahishmati in Madurai

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What’s in a name: To the point, visually

The interiors of the digital marketing firm ‘What’s in a name’ reflect their identity judiciously through quirky motifs and hues

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Bollywood flops Raees,Kaabil top list of pirated Hindi movies

Around 62 lakh users shared Raeesand 53 lakh watched Kaabil online, says German piracy tracker

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Painting a message

Besides highlighting the aesthetics and the beauty of Jain temples, artist Prashant Shah also underlines the life of Gomateshwara, the revered Jain monk whose tall statue in Shravanbelagola makes for a fascinating sight

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Jagdip Jagpal’s plan for India Art Fair 2018

India Art Fair’s newly-appointed director Jagdip Jagpal on highlighting South East Asia and why the 2018 edition won’t be just a commercial trade show

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The curve and the slip

A number of studio potters are showcasing immense possibilities with the form of a bowl in this exhibition

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Hand holding change

We have reached the tipping point of mechanisation, said handloom activist Uzramma at the national symposium on Handmade. It is time to look at your hands in awe and the wonders it can produce, she emphasised

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Celebrating with vignettes in watercolours

Three noted artists join hands to showcase their watercolour paintings

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Poetic mosaic of myths

Rithika Merchant’s debut show explores the ideas of migration, displacement and belonging through an imagined reality

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A canvas of hope and expression

The art circuit promises to thrive bringing in novelty factor

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Colours galore at Chennai’s craft bazaar

At the CCI’s craft bazaar, about 100 artisans showcased their products. Some of them tell us what makes their art unique

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The house of puppets

Vasanti Devi, a kathputli artiste, says that losing a house to a demolition drive in Delhi recently may have dampened her spirit but not broken it

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This is why there are no human beings in sculptor Sahil Naik’s creations

The spectre of terrorism and violence is very real in the 26-year-old artist’s works

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Dancer Chandralekha not only aestheticised the body but also politicised it, writes Sadanand Menon

For her, the dancer was someone who did not merely aestheticise the body, but also stimulated the imagination by politicising it.

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At the intersection of sculpture and photography

Complex abstracts meet urban detritus in an ongoing art show that embraces ideas of change and decay

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Exhibition featuring watercolour paintings

Step into the world of watercolours at Suryakanthi Art Gallery in Thiruvananthapuram

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Sculptor Kanayi Kunhiraman honoured with Nanjunda Rao National Award for Art

Kasargod-based sculptor Kanayi Kunhiraman is happy that Bengaluru was open to his kind of work

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Connecting the queer dots

This evening four founders of LGBTQIA networks will talk about powerful ways to interact and communicate within the community and outside of it

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Voices of anguish

‘Women in the Dark,’ Swiss artist Franziska Greber’s work highlights the survivors of violence

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'Save Farmer' land art by Swathi and Vijay: Reaping the art we sow

Swathi and Vijay come together with a farming community in Khammam to bring the focus back to the harrowing agrarian crisis in Telangana

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The spirit of Ghalib

Mirza Ghalib’s sense of humour and his love for Delhi was remembered at an event in the city

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Uday Shankar's musical cocktail

Uday Shankar plays his invention: the Chitra-Venu, a combination of a string and wind instrument

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Happy 10th to the leather puppet gallery at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath!

As the leather puppet gallery at Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath turns 10, the refurbished display is grabbing eyeballs

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