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Narthaki Monthly Newsletter

February 2020

Usha Rk: Learn to indulge, soak and immerse yourself in every performance
- Karthik Hebbar
Usha RK openly talked about the performing arts scene and her experience as an organiser and presenter.

'It's important to listen to critics'
- G Ulaganathan
Bharatanatyam exponent Rama Vaidyanathan talks about the future of Indian classical dance, struggles ahead for aspiring dancers, professionals, and more...

"A day in the life" with Bharatanatyam artiste Bhavajan Kumar
- Kumari Mayshark
When Bhavajan Kumar started dancing at 7 years old, he had no idea that it would become such a big part of his life.

Sandeep Dutta: Dancers should attend workshops on lights
- Shveta Arora
If we use a specific colour, it should be symbolic of something. The younger generation of choreographers do not understand the significance of colour. The choreographers today randomly select colours of light.

Srivatsa Shandilya: Multiple images frames is like a painting
- Sangeeta Cavale
Srivatsa used the newly released digital camera to showcase the classical performing arts in a new dimension. The concept of creating a story with multiple images in a single frame and mastering the art of multiple exposures is his USP.

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