Mittu Gopalan.Indian Link

Bold and beautiful

Sydney-based solicitor outs herself as artist, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA

Sikhism: Teaching ecology

Air is the Guru, water the father, and the earth, the great mother. These words of Guru Nanak Dev Ji are a great truism in contemporary life - especially as we suffer from a nature-deficit...
Khalish.Indianlink

Dead alive

Love, pain and life. That’s what locally produced indie feature film Khalish is about. Directed by debutant Pakistani Director, Shahmir Naqvi with Melbourne based Indian actors Karan Battan and Preeti Daga in the lead, the movie...
Illustration, jasmine. IndianLink

Black and white

Young Sydney artist’s work is drawn from wanderlust and a love of nature Immediately arresting, artist Jasmine Solanki’s works of art are beautiful in their complexity. Black and white drawings inspired by mountains and travel, the...

Like water on hot concrete: The artist in diaspora

Anindita Banerjee wins the Wyndham Art Prize for her video FADE, based on a vanishing alpona “I’ve never been a nine-to-five kind of person,” says interdisciplinary artist Anindita Banerjee. Having been creative all her life,...

India through my eyes

Documentary photographer Anu Kumar explores facets of her Indian identity through a new photographic exhibition. DHANYA SAMUEL writes

Autumn sonata

GAURAV MASAND captures the beauty of glorious autumn in Melbourne

The role of the arts in diversity

SSCAFF continues to do its bit to promote multiculturalism via the arts

Justifying the male gaze and its violence

APARNA ANANTHUNI reviews Jacques Audiard’s award-winning Dheepan, which screened at the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival in Melbourne in May 2017

Just dance!

Prithi Ashok Murthy stole the hearts of her audience at her recent arangetram, writes HAMSA VENKAT