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AstaGuru’s upcoming auction promises to assemble in one place some of the most delectable, decisive voices from the world of contemporary art.
The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival’s 20th edition will celebrate its remarkable journey over the course of nine days across various categories, including a special tribute to Mahatma Gandhi.
The Serendipity Festival has established itself as a platform for artists to collaborate, with a view to create something truly unique, inter-disciplinary and appealing to each of the human senses.
The Culinary Arts is curated by Odette Mascarenhas, food historian and critic, author and television host and Rahul Akerkar, one of Mumbai’s leading restaurant moguls.
The focus this year in several of the performance events will be looking at gender issues, as well as LGBTQ+ community.
Highlights of this year’s music projects include Sounds in my Head, an immersive, surreal and transformative sound experience, among others.
Serendipity Arts Festival, India’s first multidisciplinary arts event, will be held Goa from the 15-22 December, with over 90 dynamic projects showcasing the visual, performing and culinary arts.
With over a dozen experts for curators, over 1,500 artists and no less than 90 projects, the Serendipity Art Festival in Goa is set to be the most extravagant celebration of everything Indian.
India’s first multi-disciplinary arts event, the Serendipity Arts Festival 2018 ignites Goa from the 15-22 December 2018.
Serendipity Arts Festival sets itself apart from other arts festivals in the country as the only arts event which unites the creative disciplines, showcasing performative, visual performances.
From history and environmental writing to poetry, the Ooty Lit Fest hopes to harness the power of the written word
Here’s a look at what to expect at the third edition of Bengaluru Poetry Festival and emerging trends in regional Indian poetry
Ranjit Hoskote is out with his new collection titled Jonahwhale, a work which he describes as an “extended hymn to the waters” that sustain us.
Tales of exile and displacement come together with classical poetry in a show by Kashmiri artist Veer Munshi.
Versatile and provocative painter Nilima Sheikh has become the first artist to get the curator’s nod for the fourth edition of Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB), which begins exactly a year later.
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