An overnight theatre event ushers in the Republic Day.
Theatre person Himanshu Dwivedi is working with the folk traditions of Bundelkhand.
Artistes recall their best Republic Day moments, and it all goes back to the school.
Aabha Hanjura on singing in Koshur, and finding her roots through music.
Dayanita Singh’s latest book is as much about her as it is about tabla virtuoso, Zakir Hussain.
After Kolkata and Delhi, CIMA’s affordable art mela expands its horizons to Mumbai.
Namita Gokhale on using the Jaipur Literature Festival as the setting of her latest novel, and how new templates need to be created.
A look at the art and architecture that make up the newly created ‘cultural space’ in Kolkata.
Divided by a year, Village Rockstars and Bulbul Can Singh (streaming on Netflix) can be watched as an organic extension of the other; an episodic chronicling of an imaginary series.
The recently held Women In Design 2020+ conference in Mumbai had speakers from all over the globe sharing stories and experiences.
At ITFoK, one of the most political theatre festivals of India, first-time curator Amitesh Grover attempts to mirror the fissures of India on stage.
Emergency thermal blankets and voices from the past come together in artist Pallavi Paul’s work.
Renowned contemporary dancer Astad Deboo on his learnings of 50 years, his upcoming ode to Gandhi, and expressing solidarity with students on the street.
Under the guidance of Samrat Bose, director and mentor of the group, Theatre Traveller, the prisoners will spread the message of communal harmony through the eponymous drama, Lalon.
The festival, a collaboration between Vishwakarma University and Lakshminarayana Global Centre of Excellence in Pune, featured Krishnamurthy and violinist L Subramaniam along with the Symphony Orchestra of Castile and Leon from Spain.
Raised in Mumbai, Hardikar feels that she was fortunate to have lived in remote places that were devoid of traces of urbanisation.
Actor Suresh Sharma on recreating history on stage, and preparing a new generation of theatre artists.
Professor Surjit Hans was bestowed with the Punjab Sahitya Akademi and Chandigarh Sahitya Akademi awards for his contribution to Punjabi language and literature.
Sahib Singh’s new play, Vagina Talks, poses many hard-hitting questions.
Contemporary dancer and choreographer Akshay Sharma on his new production, a desire to push human capabilities, and expressing without words.
Four countries, five street foods: What will you be eating?