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By Anupama Sekhar
Southeast Asia is presently witnessing a high adoption rate to social media by individuals as well as a rapid growth in citizen’s journalism. Shaping these developments is a new-found affirmation ...
By Valentina Riccardi
culture360.org "maps" the creative intersections at the 5th World Summit on arts and culture that took place in Melbourne, Australia on 3-6 October 2011.
By Deepak Srinivasan
The Cultural Rights discourse is a new and emerging one, intrinsically tied to processes of the political. culture36.org contributor, Deepak Srinivasan looks into some of the interventions from Europe that ...
By Judith Staines
Good practices from Asia and Europe, highlighting constructive initiatives with artistic rationales that address the topic of sustainable creative cities.
By Jérémy Segay
Culture360 discusses with Charlotte Appelgren of Cine-Regio, the European network of regional film funds.
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 tent cinema project portrays a different perspective on media entertainment in the rural provinces of Maharashtra, India, showing an alternative economy in action.