To further the repertoire of Visual Arts, Takshila has set up the ‘Arthshila Art Studios’ in Parivartan.
The exhibition, ‘Hum Sab Sahmat: Resisting a Nation without Citizens’, displaying artistic expressions of over 250 artists, photographers and writers across India, is not only an ode to the core values that have guided Sahmat’s democratic mission but also an event to collectively reflect upon the present conjuncture.
Arthshila is set to immerse you in a creative and engaging journey that seeks to inspire curious minds across India.
Experience our centres!
11 June 2023
Join us for a Reading Session on ‘From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler’ by E. L. Konigsburg. The session will be conducted by Shinjini Chaturvedi - a..
9 June 2023
Saacha the Loom 2000 | Marathi | 49 mins Directed by Anjali Monteiro and KP Jayasankar. Weaving together poetry and paintings with memories of the city, the film explores the..
10 June 2023
The contemporaneity of any work of art lies in the process through which it responds to a particular socio-cultural ethos, leaving traces of the multiple intersections with the chosen medium..
7 June 2023
This week's book discussion will be the book release of "Ondhokarer Sobdo: Haiku by Four Japanese Poets," translated by Nilanjan Bandyopadhyay, illustrated by Misako Shine and published by Karigar. Nilanjana..