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M.I.L.A.P. Concludes on a ‘Homely’ Note

  [caption id="attachment_9285" align="alignnone" width="6000"] MANIPAL: The last day of the three-day Manipal International Literary and Arts Platform (M.I.L.A.P.) on September 8, began with a talk by Sushma Deshpande on the portrayal of women in the Indian theatre scenario. The acclaimed theatre practitioner and director conversed with...

Yakshagana: The Art That Lives On

Yakshagana is a form of dance and theatre that combines music, dance, dialogue, traditional costumes and make-up, and stage craftsmanship. It is practised in the coastal areas of Karnataka and in some parts of northern Kerala. With the increase in the influence of western art...

FoI Day 4: A Culmination of Art and Medicine

MANIPAL: The last day of Festival of Ideas, organised by the Student Editorial Board of Kasturba Medical College (KMC), was a unique blend of art and medicine. It was a day filled with engaging activities like a photowalk, slam poetry, and zine making workshops. The evening...

SSC celebrates first anniversary with an exhibition

The Department of Student Affairs and the Student Support Centre (SSC) organised ‘An evening of Art Exhibition and Music’ on March 31 at SSC. The event began with acoustic music performances in the lawn outside the centre and the theme of the event revolved around...

The Art of Translation: An indispensable process

Literature has served as a record for the constantly developing and transforming cultures all around the world. Be it the Indian Vedas, the Greek epics, the Latin poems or the innumerable literary pieces in a plethora of languages, we have them well within our reach....

Art and History exhibition by CCCS

MANIPAL: The Centre for Creative and Cultural Studies (CCCS) organized a two-day National Seminar and Art Exhibition, funded by Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR), on 'Indian Art and Art History,' at the KMC Interact hall on July 22-23. The seminar included presentations explaining the Yakshagana...

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