Aditya Raghavan is a chef, cheese maker and dairy consultant, who currently resides in Edmonton, Canada.
Amitesh Grover (b.1980) is a performance-based artist in New Delhi, India. His works move beyond theatre, into visual arts, films, photography, installations, and processes. He performs, directs, curates, and keeps his practice firmly anchored in the politics of performance.
Anmol Oberoi is an actor and a theatre maker and also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. As an actor, Anmol has worked with prominent theatre companies in Chennai like Crea-shakthi, Madras Players and Stage Fright Productions.
Anmol Vellani did not aspire to become a professional in the field of philanthropy. His early fascination was with the arts, especially theatre, and philosophy, which he studied at the Universities of Poona, Oxford and Cambridge. He taught philosophy at Elphinstone College, Mumbai, in the 1970’s, before joining the Ford Foundation as Programme Officer with responsibility for grant-making in the performing arts, folklore and classical learning in South Asia.
Arnab Chakrabarty (b. 1980) is a leading Hindustani sarod exponent of the Lucknow and Shahjahanpur gharanas. He is widely known for his vast repertoire of traditional ragas and compositions, and for his polished sound and technique on the sarod.
Delhi-based Ashish Sahoo studied sculpture at the Kala Bhavan, Visva Bharati University, Shantiniketan, India.
Images, found objects, sculpture and oral history play a significant role as material in Avani’s artistic practice. She is interested in stories that collections tell, and through that, in urban life and the nature of memory.
Avantika Bahl is a dance practitioner based in Mumbai where she makes her own work and teaches. She studied at the London Contemporary Dance School and is currently pursuing the Curriculum-in-Motion Certification program offered by Jacobs Pillow, USA for choreographers.