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By Valentina Riccardi
The first edition of the “International Summer School of Arts and Sciences for Sustainability in Social transformation” (Gabrovo, Bulgaria, August 2010) proved an insightful and challenging process for the wide ...
By Shirley Abraham
Remote villages in the state of Maharashtra, in western India, remain one of the last stops of travelling cinemas in the world.
In South India, Reloading Images (a Berlin based art association) and Maraa (a Bangalore based artists collective) collaborated with the support of the Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) and Arts Network Asia ...
By Judith Staines
Complicite producer Judith Dimant describes the long process of setting up a tour of their theatre production about Indian mathematician, Ramanujan, to Mumbai.
By Jerneja Rebernak
The following article is a review of the conference organised by the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (Netpac), held in Delhi from the 18-22 August 2010. In addition ...
By Anjali Devidayal
The following brief interviews of Mirwan Andan, Researcher, Ruangrupa (Artist Inditiative) Jakarta, Indonesia and Tushar Jiwrajka, Director – volte gallery, Mumbai, India have been conducted simultaneously using a similar set ...
India’s first cable community radio station, Namma Dhwani (meaning ‘Our Voice’) has made a small but substantial impact on the everyday lives of the villagers.
By Kerrine Goh
With a nation fiercely devoted to its own national cinemas, international film festivals are a crucial bridge between Bollywood, Indian cinema and world cinema.
Video: What do you think of media piracy? Siddharth Chadha has asked this question to a broad group of people in the streets of New Delhi, India.
Lawrence Liang is a researcher and writer based at the Alternative Law Forum, Bangalore. His areas of interest have been in the intersection of law, culture and technology.
Piracy in the Indian Media and Entertainment Industry. In Bangalore, the racks selling pirated copies of the latest Hollywood, Bollywood and Tamil films could almost go unnoticed.
The Central European University, Budapest, held a seminar to give cultural journalists an overview of the major trends in cultural policy-making in Europe.
The visual arts scene for Indian Modern and Contemporary art has grown exponentially over ten years, but its internal structure reveals almost no support system for public art.
The tent cinema project portrays a different perspective on media entertainment in the rural provinces of Maharashtra, India, showing an alternative economy in action.
By Jeffrey Withaya Campbell
CultureAsia: Connecting Asian Cultural Actors, was organised by the Arts and Culture Network Program of the Open Society Institute, Hivos, a Dutch development agency, with the Center for the Study ...
As the lunar calendar heralds the full moon after the crop gathering season, pilgrims in remote hamlets in Maharashtra (western India) begin preparing to participate in the annual religious fairs ...