Jamuna


PC: PARI Website
Since time immemorial, men and women have  explored the world, their immediate and not so immediate environments, contemplating upon and celebrating nature.  Inspired by the myriad materials in nature, they have made things of great beauty, utility and significance. Having engaged and excelled in making, crafting, designing, engineering, we have continuously stretched boundaries and […]

PARI – A Resource


(C) Jamuna Inamdar
In this post, I share an excerpt from an interview* with artist Ravi Kumar Kashi in which he speaks on art and art education.  In  the excerpt I share, Kashi talks to educator Lakshmi Karunakaran about his childhood, his introduction to art and early influences that shaped his artistic leanings.  While listening to Kashi recount his […]

Art and early childhood




Image Courtesy: Signature: Patterns in Gond Art, Tara Books
The following article on Gond Art is by no means exhaustive.  Information I have read has been varied and I have not exactly been able to verify every fact  or detail.  But I will continue to update this article with each piece of information I receive that will help represent this art […]

Gond Art


Image retrieved from http://www.pablopicasso.org/cubism.jsp
Looking back on this past semester, I feel glad that almost all students in our liberal studies undergraduate programme, whether pursuing a Physics or Economics major, expressed excitement at having enrolled in Creative Expressions, a curricular component that engages students in arts and aesthetic explorations along with physical practice.  Having entered the programme with […]

Art, Politics, Perception by Kaustuv Roy