Let Parramasala be about the arts, not community politics

The point of Parramasala is to promote the arts, not local businesses and leaders, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA
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Nine-year-old dancer shows all the markings of a dance prodigy

All the world’s a stage, believes Sagarika Venkat, who is determined to be one of its rising stars with her dance. Doubly blessed to have her mother as guru, she quite literally grew up at...

The classical greats revisited

It’s a weekend-long tribute to Carnatic music’s most enduring, by CHITRA SUDARSHAN

Seeking an Australia of colour

The impact of on-screen diversity on real life harmony
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Nautch review: Brown women pissed off about colonialism

Set in Tasma Terrace and asked to reimagine a British merchant’s drawing room as an opulent Indian palace, Nautch is a show that is part classical music and part social commentary. It’s also a...
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These Indian-origin artists brought their creativity to Dandenong

Four Indian-origin artists were commissioned by the Dandenong Council to help transform utility poles into bright creative artworks. Kantha Totem by Natasha Narain Natasha acknowledges that the pole was once a tree and wishes to reactivate latent...

Indian Link lists a few of our favourite things

Indian Link's favourites to read, listen to, eat, and watch for the month. If you're looking to try new things, this is place to find them!

Janaki Lele: Making the cut at Adelaide Fringe

Paper artist Janaki Lele makes it to the Adelaide Fringe
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Bhupen Khakhar’s painting on homosexuality breaks auction record

'Two Men in Benares', a 1980s painting by Indian contemporary artist Bhupen Khakhar has set a new auction record for the painter by selling at a whopping $3.2 million. The sale took place at the...

When Mad March begins in February

It’s been an art-soaked few weeks for the culture vulture