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Tell-a-Tale: Oral Storytelling

February Theme Tell-a-Tale: Oral Storytelling   “Language pedants hew to an oral tradition of shibboleths that have no basis in logic or style, that have been defied by great writers for centuries, and that have been disavowed by every thoughtful usage manual” – Steven Pinker   There are stories that are wrapped in the pages… Continue reading Tell-a-Tale: Oral Storytelling

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Tritha’s Musical Electicism

1. When you start singing? When did come conscious about how melodious it is?  I started singing at the age of five. Apparently i used to sing more than speak in my childhood days. My parents put me into classical training when they observed this. I always felt good whenever I sang and hence i… Continue reading Tritha’s Musical Electicism

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Monthly Theme (January) – Focal Vocal

A song is more than just music and lyrics – what blends in both are the Vocals. And that is our focus for this Month – the Vocals of a song. Brian Wilson said – ” I think I’m a vocal genius, not a musical genius. I like background vocals. I consider myself a voice,… Continue reading Monthly Theme (January) – Focal Vocal

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December Theme: Comic Creations

  Comic creation is serious art; one of the most overlooked forms of art in fact. A comic book gives more than a peek into the imagined world that the author wants to create. We all love stories but the verbal medium is not the preferred form for everyone, as we are turning more visual,… Continue reading December Theme: Comic Creations

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November Theme: Dadaism- Art as Anti-Art

‘DADA Art shouts anti-art. That is the essence of the art moment that started in he early 20th Century from the Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich. Dadaism was a form of artistic anarchy born out of disgust for the social, political and cultural values of the time. It embraced elements of art, music, poetry, theatre, dance and politics. Our… Continue reading November Theme: Dadaism- Art as Anti-Art

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7 ways to add festive colours in your living space

1. Cushion Covers A fusion cover was once a blank canvas, it is art now. It will add a generous dose of colour and is also much needed for the support it provides. Source: Couponchilli 2. Table Cover/Runner Go for a silk/brocade table cover. It is bound to add life to your space. It is… Continue reading 7 ways to add festive colours in your living space

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Ideas to ‘Art your Light’ and ‘Light your Home’ this Diwali

Diwali, the festival of lights is just a few days away and we are sure you must be looking for some interesting ways to light up your home. Maybe you’re bored of the same hanging-from-the-roof lights in front of your houses and the traditional diyas you light every year or just want to experiment a… Continue reading Ideas to ‘Art your Light’ and ‘Light your Home’ this Diwali

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In Conversation With Srividya Gargeshwari Sreenivasa

This time we decided to get to know more about our artist of the month and her work more closely. She is extremely talented and identifies with watercolours the most these days, though she has experimented with other mediums too. We will be getting to know her better and will also be looking at her… Continue reading In Conversation With Srividya Gargeshwari Sreenivasa

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Trippy Sama

Artist Of The Month – September Few musicians came together in New Delhi (IND), on the basis of sharing classical music knowledge, from different countries and musical backgrounds.They started with a fundamental idea of merging NAD (vibrations). They believe in the cosmic connection amongst themselves and every ear in the world, aiming at natural healing… Continue reading Trippy Sama

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Nirvair Singh Rai

Artist Of The Month – August Nirvair Singh Rai hails from Bathinda, Punjab, India and is currently studying photography in the South Asian Media Academy – Pathshala, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He grew up watching his father pursue making pictures with a film camera. And gradually, photography became his partner in moments of solitude. He went on… Continue reading Nirvair Singh Rai