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Sanjana Saxena is an avid reader and a performer of poetry who is happiest when she is on stage

For Sanjana Saxena, life can get pretty hectic at times. So it is during moments like these that writing poetry also serves as a stress buster for the youngster  

Published on 24th July 2019
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How Girish Karnad took art films to Dharwad and why he refused to stop screenings despite thinning audiences

Karnad set up the Chitra Film Society in 1971 because at that time, small towns did not have access to art films

Published on 10th June 2019
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Tara at 25: Why Gita Wolf has always steered clear of 'market standards' and regular publishing

A publishing house that doubles up as an art gallery, indigenous artists who get the same treatment as authors...there's a lot to fall in love with at Tara Books

Published on 16th May 2019
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Bengal artist pins hope on new govt for funds to establish world's first micro art gallery

The artist claimed that in the absence of any government support, artists are forced to hold exhibitions on their own expenses

Published on 16th April 2019
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This father-daughter duo just documented all the bird species in Odisha. Here's what they found

Their book, Birds of Odisha, has been published by Dhara Sreeradha Publications. Through the course of this journey, Dhal had his daughter, Gloria Dhal, for company

 

Published on 3rd April 2019
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Here's why every millenial should visit the Chennai Photo Biennale

The concept of this year’s CPB is “Fauna of Mirrors”, based on an old Chinese myth that talks of an alternative world that exists behind mirrors inhabited by creatures unknown

Published on 2nd March 2019
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Hyderabad artist Ankita Jain's intiative Soft Pastels uses art to keep children away from the screen

Ankita Jain is painting the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad with colours by conducting several workshops where she teaches the basics

 

Published on 28th February 2019
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Love a good picture? Head to the Hyderabad Centre for Photography right away

What's in store for budding young photographers at the recently inaugurated Hyderabad Centre for Photography at the State Art Gallery? Let's find out

Published on 6th February 2019
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From Edison's Phonograph to the oldest telephones in the world, why you need to check out this exhibition at VITM

VITM in Bengaluru will be holding an exhibition to display some of the oldest devices that were invented by scientists and used by people. We talk to the director to find out more 

 

Published on 30th January 2019
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Why every child needs to read this book about India's greatest women ever

This coffee table book has 51 stories of inspiring women of India who have set the ball rolling. Starting from freedom fighter Sarojini Naidu to one of the first female fighter pilots Avani Chaturvedi

Published on 29th January 2019
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Books as art objects: Artists' book exhibition in Delhi explores a unique genre

Allowing visitors to pore over, touch, flip through and closely admire its pages, the artists' book is a ready respite from works one is used to seeing behind glass barriers

Published on 10th January 2019
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Google celebrates 400 years of Murillo with his iconic 'Two Women at a Window' painting

Painted in circa 1655-60, the "Two Women..." illustrates his oeuvre. There are two women in it — a young, another considerably older

Published on 29th November 2018
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Everything you need to know about Bhubaneswar Art Trail and the artists who're taking Odisha on a nostalgia trip

Follow artists as they trace a 1.3 km long trail through Old Town in Bhubaneswar and in doing so, open up the community to art, like you have never seen before

Published on 16th November 2018
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Art for art's sake: Hyderabad-based Unekha fosters both art and artists across India

Unekha aims to help artists in every way possible, right from organising workshops to infusing them with confidence

Published on 5th November 2018
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Shashi Tharoor, Alan Hollinghurst and Stephen Daldry among others to participate in Mumbai LitFest

Among the other prominent international names announced are: David Ebershoff (author of the award-winning 'The Danish Girl'), Mexican author Albert Ruy-Sanchez, former BBC India chief Mark Tully

Published on 29th October 2018

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