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By Winnie Lim
<de>confine 2021, was a South Asian Digital Arts Festival that ran from the 10th to 30th of November 2021 across South Asia and online. Curated by Media Art South Asia, <de>confine ...
By Roli Mahajan
In culture360.ASEF.org’s series of articles on #art&technology, Roli Mahajan features the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Hampi and how experts have chosen the 3D path to recreate damaged sculptures, in ...
By Budhaditya Chattopadhyay
culture360.ASEF.org features Mobility First! alumni travel stories supported by ASEF's travel grant for artists and cultural professionals.
By Kerrine Goh
As part of the media partnership with culture360.ASEF.org, we have interviewed Babitha George, co-founder of the UnBox Festival. The Festival has recently concluded its 5th edition in Bangalore, India. We ...
The Ripple Effect is a multi-disciplinary creative workshop process with partners in France, UK, India and Indonesia.
By Bharti Lalwani
culture360 contributor Bharti Lalwani speaks to the curators of the Jogja Biennale, Alia Swastika and Suman Gopinath to discuss the premise of the first international Jogjakarta Biennale titled Equator #1- ...
culture360 contributor, Bharti Lalwani was in New Delhi last month to attend the third edition of the India Art Summit. In this two parts in-depth, she interviews the founding director ...
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 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.
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.
By Valentina Riccardi
The Central European University, Budapest, held a seminar to give cultural journalists an overview of the major trends in cultural policy-making in Europe.