Monday, November 30, 2020

Articles by Aparna Ananthuni

Shoulder to shoulder

An all-male panel discusses the challenges in engaging all Australian men on the issue of family violence. APARNA ANANTHUNI reports

The female experience

Australian editor Catriona Mitchell on creating a space where Indian women’s stories are heard. APARNA ANANTHUNI writes

Speaking from the skin

Fighting labels helps Indian writer Rosalyn D’Mello understand herself - and her work - better, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI

Unity in diversity

FIMDV’s annual Independence Day concert picks a fitting theme, writes APARNA ANANTHUNI

Ragas against Cancer

Four young Carnatic musicians help raise funds for cancer research. APARNA ANANTHUNI reports

The woman behind the voice

A ‘talking dance’ tribute to music legend MS Subbulakshmi. Writes APARNA ANANTHUNI

Reimagining Shakespeare

The Magic Hour explores the duality of identity through a Kathakali interpretation of Othello. APARNA ANANTHUNI reports

Karma, or kartha?

Helping prevent elder abuse in CALD communities. APARNA ANANTHUNI reports
Aparna is an aspiring writer of historical fiction and fantasy for young adults and children. She also loves reading, drawing and Indian classical music, and often develops strange obsessions like typewriter-collecting.

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