Acclaimed Marathi writer Urmila Pawar, one of the leading names in Dalit literature, on her arduously acquired freedom, being a ‘vulgar’ writer and challenging the divisions of a caste-based society
While the cartooning space is certainly under the threat of being completely wiped out, Laxman's style of cartooning appears to have laid the stones for practicing the art in mediums beyond newspapers.
The second Theatre for Theatre (TFT) Sanskar Bharti Rashtriya Natya Samaroh, which will be held between November 27 and December 2 at Randhawa Auditorium, Punjab Kala Bhawan
Well-known theatre director Kaushik Bose's new production is a twisty dark thriller that explores the human psyche of guilt or lack of it.
In its third edition, the Goa International Jazz Live Festival hopes to revive the state’s long relationship with jazz.
Portuguese artist Vasco Araújo examines the nature of memory and heritage.
Reknowned mystician Ugesh Sarcar talks about the art of magic, and his upcoming magic show in Mumbai.
Self-taught artist Rashmi Sikand Yadav on her love for acrylics, charcoal, ink and freehand movements.
Oliver Dimsdale on a rock ‘n’ roll adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night that is touring India.
What began as an architectural tour of India’s ancient stepwells became an obsession for Chicago-based journalist Victoria Lautman, who is now documenting their decaying state.
Artist Bharat Tripathi narrates the Ramayana through 12 canvases in his latest exhibition
The Ska Vengers' Taru Dalmia is on a mission to crowdfund and build a mobile sound system in India to take music out of clubs, and straight to the people.
Bringing eminent writers, poets, artists, filmmakers on one stage at the first ever Sangrur Heritage and Literary Festival.
When she was alive, Nasreen Mohamedi’s work was barely noticed by the market and almost never reviewed. Today, an exhibition in Madrid celebrates her as a modern master. Who was this reclusive artist?
Bangladeshi photographer Sarker Protick’s work offers intimate glimpses of his country.
The revolutionary architect and urban planner Le Corbusier was also a camera person, who worked behind and before the lens.
There is a growing culture of street art spreading its canvas in Delhi
For his award-winning debut feature film, Kothanodi, Bhaskar Hazarika reimagines the mesmerising fables of his home, Assam
Tina Brown on the global summit, ‘Women in the World’, and the feminist debate in India
THE greatest danger Talya Lavie feared during her mandatory military service with Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) was a paper cut. Zero Motivation, her award-winning debut feature, reflects this paradox, of both the grandiose and the mundane, at a remote military outpost. The Israeli director, screenwriter and comic book artist was inspired by the pencil-pushing platoon […]
Moroccan-French artist Achraf Touloub’s handmade work throws new light on the Persian miniature tradition.
Celebrated on the sixth day after Diwali, Chhath is an ancient festival dedicated to the Sun God for a period of four days.
India Habitat Centre has launched an year-long photo festival, knit around the theme of sustainable development.
Afghanistan’s first female professional photographer, Farzana Wahidy, on learning to become her own person in a troubled country, shooting under perilous conditions and why she focuses exclusively on women.
On Nehru’s 125th birth anniversary year, photographer Ram Rahman weaves an architectural narrative around Delhi, a city rooted in tradition but one that looked to the future.