Shopping destinations for the coaster mafia
Take a break from oversaturated photographs and see glimpses of actual travel
From an ancient charm to a modern decorative piece, the journey of dreamcatchers
On World Photography Day, press that shutter responsibly and with a conscience
Adult colouring books are a thing – here’s why you need to get one
Savitha Hira runs a gallery for upcoming artists and talks about the challenges involved
Travel to see and learn to speak
How art can help with emotional healing and self-expression
A closer look at the beautiful Buddhist art
In conversation with visual artist Shiraz Husain of Khwaab Tanha Collective
Meet Delhi RJ Khurafati Nitin, the on air prankster
Travel to watch and learn to paint
On International Dance Day today, we look at five of the most successful modern Indian dancers
The five most important theatre families, who have been entertaining audiences since the ’60s
We meet the founder of Théla, a brand that uses discarded plastic bags to make beautiful handmade products
Shopping for the most beautiful notebooks created by independent artists
Shopping for the most fearsome masks made in India
Showcase your talent at these poetry nights in Mumbai
On World Theatre Day today, we speak to five inspiring women who’ve been part of and encouraged Indian theatre.
The works of these literary geniuses strike a chord with millennials even today.
The award-winning puppeteer discusses why this art form is still relevant and deserves its place in the sun.
On World Storytelling Day, Dhara Kothari of Katha Kosa tells us why the world needs more stories.
As her gallery completes 18 years, Mecklai reflects on the evolution of art in India.
Travel to watch and learn to dance.
As Rage celebrates 25 years, we catch up with the founders of the famous theatre company.
We caught up with Ranjit Dahiya, the man behind Bandra’s larger-than-life Bollywood murals, to chat about his obsession with cinema and latest work.
We love them for their work in our favourite web-series, but these actors can also hold their own on the big screen.
If words could cast a spell, then Amrita Pritam was a sorceress for sure.
Actors act, writers write, and directors direct. But, in the world of Indian web series, conventional lines merge and good shit happens.
Graffiti artists are beautifying their hometowns and cities one street at a time