Filmmaker Priya Sen’s exhibition of archival sound, text and projections reveals migration stories from Trinidad, Mauritius and western India.
Katha Kathan, a Mumbai-based storytelling group, aims to revive Indian literature through audio recordings and dramatised readings of literary works in their original languages.
Interestingly, most of these venues are located in eccentric places—small rooms, basements or even factories.
As artists flee the cities in search of cheaper and calmer pastures, a look at what this does for their practice.
In Dharmasala, a new festival that collapsed the boundaries between audience, players and organisers.
Plays written during the freedom movement highlight how the theatre community evolved creative stratagems to overcome political intolerance – something we could learn from today.
History lovers, curious onlookers, veterans and NCC cadets gather to commemorate The Battle of Adyar, a turning point in modern Indian history.
Ranga Shankara’s three-day festival 'EQUAL: Women’s Voices for a Common Humanity confirmed that feminism is the only movement of our times that connects all oppressed, neglected and marginalised groups.
Thousands of people in Kashmir follow Sufism, a mystical branch of Islam whose adherents seek spiritual communion through music and dance at the shrines of their saints.