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Art reflects society but also attempts at bringing a change. Among its numerous other highlights, the India Art Fair (IAF) 2022 also has several artists questioning gender stereotypes.
The India Art Fair (IAF) opens on April 28 in New Delhi after a year’s break owing to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Festivals From India, an India-UK arts and culture project, was launched on April 20, 2022, as the first-ever digital portal to exhibit hundreds of Indian arts and cultural festivals for culture lovers globally.
City for All?, a public art festival hosted by the Institut Français in India, part of Bonjour India 2022, aims to study and generate inclusive areas, with a focus on the role of gender, and how it shapes public spaces and urban experiences for all.
The Ministry of Culture administers a Scheme by the name of ‘Scheme for Pension and Medical Aid to artistes’. The objective of the Scheme is to improve financial and socio-economic status of the old aged artistes and scholars who have contributed significantly in their specialized fields of arts, letters etc. but are in penury condition.
New Delhi : A two-day capacity building workshop focusing on the means to combat the illicit trafficking of cultural property in South Asia opened today at the UNESCO House,