Artistic works have always been at the heart of controversies, owing mainly to their creators’ misdeeds. The public gets torn between their love for the art and resentment for its artist. This article reflects upon such fallen eminent creators and the consequences of their actions on their creations.
Celebrations didn’t cease even when we are in the midst of a pandemic, as Chords & Co. presented a Halloween themed event to celebrate individuality and talent. Featuring devilish designs and spine-tingling song covers, Skeletunes comprised goodies that would leave you howling for more.
Fests, whether they be cultural or technical, help you sharpen your skills, interact with different people and have the time of your life. Read on to take a peek at this colourful aspect of MIT.
Kalakriti was a category that offered art enthusiasts a chance to showcase their talents through several different platforms. With attempts to challenge participants across different skill levels, the eight events held under the category saw artists delve into a variety of art forms.
Spectators were made privy to a unique blend of art and technology on the first evening of m.i.l.a.p 2019. Read on to learn more about artist Vinay Hegde’s VR-infused performance, Cosmic Splash.
With a variety of events catering to different artistic mediums, Kalakriti proved to be an artist’s paradise. Events like Comixtrip, Play with Clay, and Fantasy Faces inspired the creative genius in each participant and resulted in the making of art that was both beautiful to behold and a joy to create.
Artpod’s Art Café gave students the perfect opportunity to unleash their inner Picassos by letting them go all out with their artistic inclinations. Ambient music by Chords and Co. set the mood as students painted to their heart’s content at Hadiqa.
Manipal’s Got Talent by MAFIA, was a four-day long extravaganza of art, music, and dance. It featured a host of events including painting competitions, band performances, and solo dance competitions.
Kavi Kale is a monochromatic art form that was hugely prevalent in the coastal regions of the nation but has been sidelined with the advent of modern contemporary styles as well as the constant temple renovations. Mrs Veena Srinivas has been practising and holding exhibitions in this particular art form in a bid to revive interest and awareness towards this rapidly declining cultural heritage. Read on for our interview with her when she came to Manipal as a panelist for MILAP 2018.
The second edition of MILAP, the literary fest of MAHE kicked off with an inauguration ceremony on 6th September at KMC, Manipal. The panel of chief guests included esteemed personalities such as Dr Atamjit Singh and Professor HS Shivaprakash. Each day of MILAP was concluded with a play, written and directed by some of the talented resource persons on the panel this year. Read on to find out more.