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MCH sets the stage for regional theatre

MANIPAL: The Manipal Centre for Humanities (MCH) Theatre Club staged a play in Malayalam titled ‘Balyakalasakhi’ for the first time at Gangubai Hanagal Auditorium on April 11 as part of their efforts to venture into regional theatre production. The two-hour play, whose title translates to ‘Childhood...

Moving images: MCH’s hands-on film studies workshop

MANIPAL: The Manipal Centre for Humanities (MCH) hosted a four day film studies workshop tackling the archiving and interpretation of Indian cinema at the Gangubai Hangal Auditorium from February 13 to February 16. The workshop featured four public talks by experts on the subject and the...

The art of crafting stories – panel discussion on graphic narratives

MANIPAL: Manipal Centre for Humanities (MCH) hosted a panel discussion on ‘Graphic Narrative and (Auto)biography’, mainly its form and craft at the Gangubai Hangal Auditorium on February 18, 2019. The panellists were illustrators Priya Kuriyan and Dr. Nicola Streeten, and the co-founder of Studio Kokaachi, Tina...