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May 4 2022

ART THERAPY : HEALING THROUGH ART

There is something about the art field and artistic people that always intrigues people. Its like artists have a different…

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Saahil Vankar
Apr 12 2022

ART : A VISUAL MEDIUM OF COMMUNICATION

“Expression in the field of art is always communication.” -Martin Foss (Philosopher and Professor) states flatly Throughout ages and time…

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Saahil Vankar
Jan 5 2021

What are the odds?

What are the odds? is a 2020 Netflix India original, directed by Megha Ramaswamy and is a quirky coming of age story of two teenagers, Vivek and Ashwin.

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Superk Vaidya
Dec 3 2020

What is Method Acting?

There are Various types of acting techniques such as Classical acting, Motion-capture acting, Character comedy, Method acting etc. Method acting is one of the best acting techniques, which produces astonishing performances though also requires more pre-preparation. Method acting is a technique or a kind of acting where an actor tries to encourage true and genuine performance by completely possessing the role of the character.

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fatematinwala27
Nov 26 2020

Hellaro- Movie review

Just like a rising tide, this movie rose till it achieved the National award. Gujarati film Hellaro, is one of a kind. Director Abhishek Shah’s film debut did wonders in the film, especially how he beautifully highlighted the culture of Kutch. The movie released in cinemas in November 2019, starring Jayesh More, Shraddha Dangar, Kaushambi Bhatt, Brinda Trivedi Nayak, Shachi Joshi, Niilam Paanchal, Tejal Panchasara, Kausambi Bhatt and Kishan Gadhavi. The film depicts a simple story yet in a powerful way. Since a very longtime women in the rural regions are being neglected and looked down.

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fatematinwala27
Nov 23 2020

Roman Theatre

Rome was established in 753 B.C.E as a government under Etruscan rule, and stayed as such all through the initial over two centuries of its reality. Earliest roman stage was influenced by Phylakes also known as hilarotragedy, Atellan Farces also known as Oscan Games and Fescennine verses- Italian poetry. From 240 B.C.E to 100 B.C.E, Roman venue had been acquainted with a time of literary drama, inside which old style and post-traditional Greek plays had been adapted to Roman theatre.

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fatematinwala27
Nov 23 2020

The role of Short films in Education

Every filmmaker has incredible opportunity to showcase creative art and ideas, they also have chance to present meaningful message through the short films. Short films can represent significant stories, relevant gist of long storylines and give refreshing content to viewers, because it has specific purpose and highlighted topics under the short storytelling

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Yukta Bhavsar
Nov 20 2020

History of Street Plays in India

“Street play” – the word itself gives us feeling of enthusiasm, engagement of audience, creativity, drama and the reflection of local culture in performance. So how did the concept of street came into existence? How has it evolved? How is it performed now?

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Yukta Bhavsar
Nov 19 2020

Impact of Theatre on youth

Even today we see the legacy of theatre still going. Why does it still exist in a world of web series? There are many reasons why theatre still exists and will remain so and hold a special place in every individual’s heart. Today’s youth uses the term ‘self-expression’ quite often, and are determined to change the world according to their perception. Theatre not only works as a medium for expressing their feelings to the world but also helps in their social and personal development.

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fatematinwala27
Nov 18 2020

Theatre for the social cause

Why do we need social change? What role does theatre play with bringing the change? Everyone wants to change the world, free the world from the evils such as Racial discrimination, Gender inequality, physical abuse, violation of human rights, Substance abuse and many more. The list is too long. What we as a society is doing for this? We as a society are trying and working hard on how we want to stop this and remove this from society. It’s not easy how it looks but worth trying. It just needs people to come together and stand for injustice in society. And who is helping for this unification? Theatre, it brings people together irrespective of their gender, caste, class or nationality.

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fatematinwala27
Nov 7 2020

Augusto Boal

Brazilian author and theatre practitioner Augusto Boal, born on 16th march 1931, grew up in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. He earned a degree in chemical engineering in 1952. However, Boal was interested in theatre since he was a child so when he studied at Columbia university in New York City, he studied theatre in addition to chemical engineering. Boal began his career in theatre with The Arena Theatre in Sao Paulo in 1956, where he worked as an artistic director.

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fatematinwala27
Nov 6 2020

Theatre going beyond the binaries of sexuality

Did you know, in the first half of the 20th century, you could be arrested for staging a gay play?

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