London's National Gallery renames its Degas painting, formerly known as 'Russian Dancers,' as 'Ukrainian Dancers'
- Caroline Goldstein
Many are calling on cultural institutions to rethink generalizations about Russian art.
Parwati Dutta explores dance through Buddhist philosophy
- Manjari Sinha
Chants, music, and movements blended beautifully at the 13th Sharngadeva Samaroh.
Dancing from a distance
- Gayatri Iyer
On World Dance Day, four young artistes talk about the need to willingly embrace digital.
Accessing the eternal through dance
- Karen Greenspan
In Fires of Varanasi, Ragamala brings the flavor of ritual to the stage
in an evocation of the eternal Indian city, Varanasi, an ancient place
of pilgrimage associated with the life-giving Ganges River.
Tchaikovsky's house destroyed by Russian army in north-east Ukraine
- Sophia Alexandra Hall
One of Russia's most famous composers once called Trostyanets home. Now the city lies in ruin.
The making of Adishakti
- Shanta Gokhale
Remembering Veenapani, as the theatre laboratory she established near Puducherry celebrates 40 years.
When classical dance becomes the language of history
- Kedar Mishra
Aruna Mohanty, the celebrated Odissi choreographer and dance Guru,
wanted me to write for a dance production about the history of Srirama
Chandra Bhanja Medical College of Cuttack.
A blend of styles and genres
- Sudipto Mullick
The 51st Bhaskar Rao Nritya and Sangeet Sammelan was a celebration of rhythm and melody.
Puducherry prison uses dance therapy to rehabilitate inmates