Indo-French Malraux Seminar in New Delhi

IFI and the French Ministry of Culture organised the first Malraux Seminar in India last week. This Indo-French Forum on Culture in Urban Public Spaces allowed an exchange on case studies and best practices. Street Art India Foundation also took the delegates for a curated night walk around the Lodhi Art District. The walk led to a dance performance by Ali Salmi and Astad Deboo.

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Tamil Adaptation of Romeo & Juliet wins Special Prize at Théâtre de l’Union

The Théâtre de l’Union in Limoges, France gathered a jury of spectators from all over the country at its annual presentation held on June 27 – an event that celebrated and awarded the best theater productions of the season. Franco-Indian director Kouramane Valavane’s Tamil adaptation of Romeo & Juliet – ‘Chandala, L’Impur’, was the recipient of the Jury’s Special Prize.

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Malraux Seminar

The Malraux seminar on culture and its practice in urban spaces, is an Indo-French professional symposium on public policies and cultural practices, organised in collaboration with the French Ministry of Culture. The seminar will be the occasion to strengthen the Indo-French cultural cooperation and to promote the exchange of good practices and technical expertise. It will consist of thematic roundtables and case studies revolving around the three following themes: – Why encourage artistic interventions in…

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Professional Mobility and Residencies

Encouraging the mobility of professionals between France and India allows to develop exchanges that will transform into lasting collaborations between the two countries. The French Institute in India actively works along these lines through different mediums, such as: accompanying public and private actors in their better understanding of the mutual artistic contexts and proposing training programmes adapted to the needs and demands of artists and professionals Every creator has a space he belongs to, away…

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Artistic Dialogues

French art and theatre experts gave talks and conferences, engaging in artistic dialogues in India, throughout the month of February.   What is an artist residency good for? Talk by Jean-Baptiste Joly, Director of l’Akademie Schloss Solitude (Institution offering artistic residencies in Frankfurt).  Saturday 2 February 2019 6:30 pm Goethe-Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan New Delhi https://www.facebook.com/events/237876327140672/   Collecting Digital Art – Round Table Conference Participation of Jean-Baptiste Joly  Sunday 3 February 2019 3:00-3:45 pm Conferences and Talks – India Art…

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Art Scribes Award 2019-2020

The Prameya Art Foundation, in collaboration with French Institute in India, Shrine Empire Gallery and TAKE on art Magazine, is inviting applications for the Art Scribes Award 2019-2020. The award aims at discovering emerging/mid-career art writers of Indian origin with sustained practices who have demonstrated noteworthy potential in their field. The 2019-20 winner will be awarded a month-long curatorial residency at the La Napoule Art Foundation – Château de La Napoule which will culminate with an exhibition by the winning writer in…

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