• Art Talk by Ms Paushali Das

    Art Display & Talk An artist Ms Paushali Das from Shantiniketan, west-bengal will demonstrate her unique works which she has learned from Musashine Art Universit Japan, along with a slide show and talk.

  • सप्तरंगी

    सप्तरंगी A group exhibition by the hostel resident students of Sheth C.N. College of Fine Arts will be inaugurated by the renowned artist Shri Vijay Achrekar

  • Artists for whom Ahmedabad is a Muse : Part Two

    In our second edition of the Artists of Ahmedabad series, we introduce five artists who endeavour to visualise the city of Ahmedabad through the hues and colours of their diverse palette. The common thread that binds them is their fascination for the…





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https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/vishwesh-desai-lower-res..jpg Literature and Candy Floss : Gujarat Literature Festival as experienced by teen author Vishwesh Desai

My experience at GLF was a marvelous one. The very fact that such a well-organized event, at such a large scale, was being held at one of my favourite places in my hometown – the sophisticated yet welcoming Kanoria Arts…

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Banksy Banksyis a revolution or should we call him a phenomenon? One of the leading front men of his generation, he has transformed what it means to work in the Public domain.Banksy’sartistic practice is characterized by the perceptive use of…

https://creativeyatra.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/Cover2.jpg This Travelling Exhibition on the ‘Death of Architecture’ Provokes You to Demand Better Cities and Places

13 architects from around India raise their voices in critique, mourn the dying city and reminisce about forgotten beauty in this first-of-its-kind exhibition.   When I heard that an exhibition called the ‘Death of Architecture’ was coming to Mumbai, I…

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“Hurrian Hymn No.6” is the oldest known written music piece, discovered so far. This origin of this piece dates back to 3400 years back in Bronze Age. It was engraved by Syrians on a clay slab. Even the origins of…