Art and Culture News

Through Khayaal – The Band, mother and son duo Vinita and Vinayak Gupta want to take classical music to the younger audience

Over the years, Vinayak has also been involved with music production and produced the album Seven-Aditya Jassi on Universal Records.

At NCPA’s golden jubilee celebrations, Marathi actor Atul Pethe will bring to life Madhav Achwal’s Kimaya

Pethe will be performing at the NCPA Add Art festival in Mumbai on November 30.

Hindustani classical musician Sawani Mudgal hopes to share her experiences with the youth

There is no deeper meditation than music, she says.

Theatre veteran Tripurari Sharma’s Roop Aroop discusses gender stereotypes

Performed by Delhi-based Unicon Actors Studio at IAPAR theatre festival in Pune recently, the play has been part of numerous national and international festivals.

You cringe, but move on: Rabbi Shergill on sexist songs

Rabbi Shergill, known for his chart-topping debut song Bullah Ki Jaana, was in Gurugram recently for a performance.

Moving through the aisles

The India Art Festival brings together works of the masters and up-and-coming artists

A food festival dishes out specialties from the Alps

The table is laid with dishes such as Cheese Fondue, Rösti, Schnitzel and Spätzle, that are staple or a specialty in Austria, Switzerland, Italy, France, Germany and other Alpine countries.

Hello Friends fictionalises the inner life of an ordinary blogger who becomes an internet sensation

The set takes the audience into the woman’s one-room home, where a cradle is kept near a bed, clothes hang from a wire, a table acts as a kitchen top and a wooden frame as a door.

A farmer creates art objects using rubber slippers to discuss social change

It was in 2009 that Rathi began devoting time to his art. Now he has over 45 models of tractors and trucks in his museum Rathi Kala Kendra, which he has set up on the Mansa-Bathinda main road, three kilometres away from the village.

Soundtrack of a City

What confounds the singer-songwriter is not just his sudden popularity in the indie-music scene, but the wide acceptance the songs in his mother tongue are getting.

Friday the 13th 2019: Best shows to binge-watch as dark forces come knocking

Friday the 13th 2019: Here are some interesting shows that will keep you company, as you mark the customary Friday the 13th celebrations.

Nita Ambani is first Indian trustee of New York’s Metropolitan Museum

The wife of Mukesh Ambani, chairman of refining-to-telecom giant Reliance Industries Ltd., has been promoting Indian art and culture around the world.