Shivani Gupta’s practice and primary artistic interest in photography is underscored by performances staged for the camera, as well as by the documentation of live art.
Upagna Pandya has been trained in vocal music under Smt Kaumudi Munshi, one of the best vocalists of Gujarati sugam sangeet. Upagna performs gujarati sugam sangeet and folk music across the country and abroad. Upagna has sung in languages like hindi, gujarati, english, marathi, sanskrit for various projects.
Om Prakash Galav
Om Prakash Galav of Ramgarh Clay Pottery inherited the art of pottery from his ancestors as a part of his family business.
Tripura Kashyap pioneered Creative Movement Therapy in India in 1990. She studied Movement therapy at the Hancock Centre for Dance/movement therapy in Wisconsin, USA and obtained an M.A. in Psychology.
Renowned choreographer Rukmini Chatterjee’s artistic quest is to bring forth the universal in mankind. She does this by bringing cultures, art forms, artists from across the globe together in her choreographies. Her work has been greatly influenced by Upanishadic thoughts, her guru Mrinalini Sarabhai’s artistic vision and her life in Paris.
Ranjini Krishnan is a researcher, writer and film maker based out of Kerala. She is interested in exploring the exchanges between conceptual thinking and creative arts. She holds a doctoral degree in Cultural Studies from Centre for the Study of Culture and Society, Bangalore.
Delhi based artist Vanshika Rathi studied at the London School of Economics, and graduated with a master’s degree in economics in 2014. Whilst at university, she was introduced to Kirigami, or the art of paper-cutting, and has since been pursuing this form of art as a self-taught artist.
The Monteiro Trio is a household name for evergreen music lovers across Goa. The trio consisting of mother Sylvia Monteiro and her two daughters Shanice and Sherize enthrall you with their voices which often ends with calls for an encore.
Priyanka Das’ interest lies in exploring different perspectives and finding her identity by representing her surroundings and past experiences in her work. Thereby, her work is deeply personal as it deals with the memories which haunt her, and which she gives shapes to through her drawings and installations.