Sitar player Anoushka Shankar, who begins her India tour next week, on returning to her roots, the lessons learned over the years, and working with maestro Zubin Mehta.
Comic Con India, back this year with its fifth edition, brings to enthusiasts a cornucopia of comics and beyond.
Fan favourite from the Game of Thrones show, Kristian Nairn, speaks on the dualities of life at the Delhi Comic Con.
Rob DenBleyker of Cyanide and Happiness ditches cynical and turns candid at Comic Con.
For American poet Rives, art can be found anywhere — in spoken words, emoticons and Snapchat.
Artist Katharina Kakar portrays suppression of women with roses and body imagery.
Gilles Jobin, the first choreographer to participate in an arts residency at nuclear research organisation CERN, unites physics and dance in his piece, Quantum.
An exhibition shows how graphic designers in Poland are the new interpreters of ideas
Sathi also went beyond traditional texts and even interpreted modern poems in the language of Koodiyattam.
IFFI suffers from poor programming, low turnout and mismanagement
Theatre artiste Danish Husain's trip to Pakistan a couple of years back introduced him to the works of Ali Akbar Natiq, which he has finally adapted in the play 'Ek Punjab Ye Bhi'
A gypsy girl meets a migrant worker and his US Army brother in Cloud Tectonics.
Andrew Voogel’s exhibition ‘The Middle Passage’ recalls the journey made by jahajees – Indian indentured labourers — in the late 18th and early 19th century.
Almost half of Gaza's 1.8 million people are aged under 18 and UNICEF estimates that 400,000 of those need some form of psychological care. Ballet is seen as educational and psychologically uplifting for the kids. Some 50 girls have enrolled and hundreds are on the waiting list.
While the identical elephants are 18x21 inches in size, the highlight of the show is a life-sized elephant installation by Paresh Maity, titled Life’s Journey.
An older, hairier, angrier Radhika Vaz is back with her memoir, Unladylike. Here's a tete-a-tete with the comedian.
For her first solo in Pakistan, an artist retraces her parents’ footsteps in Karachi and comes back enriched with wonderful memories.
He was one of the few Indian artists who helped bring sculptures back to the limelight in the early Eighties. Here's a tete-a-tete with K S Radhakrishnan.
To be held at the Thyagaraj Sports Complex, ticket sales for the 12 shows will start on November 29.
One of the songs in Pakistani rock band Noori’s recent album comes with the moniker Begum Gul Bakauli Sarfarosh. Titled 1947 — the year that holds much importance in the subcontinent’s history — the song describes the pain of a woman who comes to Pakistan after losing her family. The song, which talks of new […]