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With dreamy electro pop, Milk & Bone charts own path

But French Canadians crossing over entirely to English is less common.

18 Jul 2018 1:21 AM

Dance legend Ramli Ibrahim’s Odissi on High creates a buzz

Odissi with its sensuous creeper like bodily deflections has largely, in sculpture and dance, been represented through the female body.

17 Jul 2018 1:22 AM

Eco art warrior

Kala Drishti is using art to beautify and transform a village, and spread awareness about environmental issues.

12 Jul 2018 1:03 AM

Suku Bai truly enthrals while A Private Affair draws no laughs

In her own inimitable style Suku Bai also tells us that the man of the house where she works is interested in another woman.

11 Jul 2018 1:48 AM

Thespo throws up the next generation theatre talent

The mentors remain the same, and what is heartening is how some participants of previous years have transitioned into mentors.

11 Jul 2018 1:45 AM


Looking back to move forward

Re-envisioning and introspecting is critical to understand the ever-evolving medium of Indian classical dance.

10 Jul 2018 1:51 AM

Banksy's subversive art draws tourists and locals in Paris

The satirical images, tackling issues such as migration and poverty, began popping up late last month.

09 Jul 2018 8:21 PM

Museum of haircuts

Artist Pallavi Singh is working on Mudivettu MuseumNirmanathil as part of her art residency.

05 Jul 2018 5:49 AM

The making of a theatre festival

Reasons for plays being banned are often ridiculous when looked at in hindsight.

04 Jul 2018 1:17 AM

De-mystifying art

The Tao Art Gallery’s walkthrough on minimalist art is aimed at educating audiences while having fun.

04 Jul 2018 12:08 AM


Art transcending all boundaries

Tribute to late Guru Bipin Singh featured some talents from India along with the local dance schools.

02 Jul 2018 11:50 PM

That place called home

Artist Oinam Dilip’s vivid paintings are rooted in his identity and theculture of the northeast, and each canvas tells its own unique story.

29 Jun 2018 12:31 AM

Learning three different perspectives on sitar

It was interesting to get different perspectives from three of these masters of the sitar.

27 Jun 2018 11:37 PM

Making a difference with Spic Macay

Epitomising Bharatanatyam grace and exceptionally communicative abhinaya, Priyadarshini Govind charmed the audience.

27 Jun 2018 3:13 AM

To pay or not to pay for dance

I feel sorry for the dancers and their families who believe they are paying for more than stage practice in costume and makeup.

26 Jun 2018 2:05 AM


Dance, music through the ages

During the later Mughal period, singers and dancers with lavish royal patronage began to wield great influence in the court.

26 Jun 2018 1:39 AM

Need to bridge art and crafts schism

India’s nearly 49 million craftspersons and weavers live in easily identifiable pockets.

21 Jun 2018 7:29 AM

Play brings Trumped-up Moliere to London

The play is going down well with a young and enthusiastic audience calling for encores.

21 Jun 2018 7:23 AM

Belly dance is for men too, says Arun Bhardwaj

When I told my parents about my interest all hell broke loose.

20 Jun 2018 3:22 AM

Why I hate the Natak Company

That first meeting in Pitti Hall was conducted in my broken Hindi.

20 Jun 2018 2:56 AM