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Folk artists as record-keepers of the pandemic

For perhaps the first time, folk and tribal artists around the country have been united by a common theme: Covid-19.

A village turns into an art hub

"Art establishments are aware of our existence. They can reach us if they want to. We will be here."

The Making of Khwaabgaon: How an Idyllic Village in Bengal Became an Artist’s Canvas

Villagers ceremonially put a fresh coat of mud on their walls start painting on them

From concrete to jungle: cartoonist puts Mumbai’s wildlife on the map

“... in the city’s parks, or by the ... government, or in schools and colleges, and generate awareness among Mumbaikars.”

Recreating the joy of learning

How to create a pretty coloured leaf - how to drain out the “green” element from the leaf, and how to dry it, undamaged?

Biodiversity project sparks a folk culture revival

Different communities of the village gathered to perform their traditional songs relating to various occasions...

Swaraj Jail University, Udaipur

It is a space for the learner-inmates to connect to their deeper purpose and passion.

Dedicated to Sex Workers, Kolkata Durga Puja Club’s Stunning Street Graffiti

"There can’t be disparity when we celebrate womanhood in the form of goddess Durga,"

Chennai’s complicated relationship with its dying rivers, as chronicled by artists

“This kind of art can make people come to the river, not take it to be just a dirty river but something that you would want to come and see. "