The latest edition of ‘Cultures of Peace — Festival of the Northeast’ in the Capital aims more for the political than the cultural this time.
Artist Owais Husain, MF Husain’s youngest, on making peace with his identity, straddling various mediums and upcoming projects.
‘Epic Ecologies’, an exhibition by artists Elizabeth and Iftikhar Dadi, brings together three series of works to examine questions of identity.
Watch Voctronica's tribute to AR Rahman on his 49th birthday. There are no instruments!
Dayanita Singh builds a memorial of photographs that connect and stand isolated all at once.
An exhibition brings together veteran photographer Raghu Rai’s most creative pictures taken in the last 50 years.
Renowned theatre director Padma Shri Dr Neelam Man Singh Chowdhary, who has been honoured with the status of Professor Emeritus by Panjab University, she talks about her love for teaching and how there are no static concepts in drama.
A video that went viral recently turns the spotlight on 92-year-old dancer and theatre actor, Bhanumati Rao.
Despite its rich history, Delhi was pulled out of the race for the tag of UNESCO World Heritage City in 2015 citing restrictions that would be imposed on infrastructural projects, if awarded the status.
A notebook with an unknown little girl’s sketches took photographer Chandan Gomes on a journey through the hills of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Ladakh. He wished to return with photographs made for her, inspired by her. Does he ever find her?
An exhibition on contemporary architecture in India will look at the profession through a historical and critical lens.
This festive season in Chennai, who would sing Amrithavarshini? This raga, meant to invoke the rain god, spans out best in Muthuswami Dikshitar’s Anandamritakarshini, a familiar peppy composition in the Carnatic concert.
At a day-long exhibition in Delhi, artists offered creative responses to ‘the climate of suffocation’.
Vadodara-based artist Soghra Khurasani depicts the anger and resilience of women using motifs such as volcanoes and craters.
It was the year of making and breaking records, protest and prominence for Indian art and artists.
In stark contrast to expectations, the audience opted for films which were derived from literary works and kept to the basics instead of formula films.
At Trincas in Kolkata, the clock stopped long ago. And Noel Martin, bass guitarist for 30 years, is steadfast about not changing with the times.
In the fast-changing lives of Mumbaikars, Rhythm House stood as a haven for music lovers looking to discover new genres and seek out some solitude. With its closure, the city will lose not just an institution, but also a way of life.
The curator of the Indian Museum, Kolkata, on his relationship with the past, and the stories he wants to tell through ancient artefacts.
How does one hold on to yesterday? It was time for the haveli to ring out the old and step into the new, but without compromising on its principle architectural values.
In Old Delhi’s Chandni Chowk, hear the hits of yesterday come alive on the gramophone.
An Indian and a Palestinian theatre group join forces to present a play about dispossession and memories
We asked artists to give Santa a new look this Christmas. Here is what they came up with
Filmmakers Ritu Sarin and Tenzing Sonam investigate Tibet’s ongoing cultural transformations through their work
Stand-up comedian Papa CJ made the transition to theatre with his autobiographical show Naked and had audiences laughing, crying and applauding, from Australia to Scotland.