Portraying male power through dance

Kartik Fine Arts, as part of its annual dance conference ‘Natya Darshan’ presents Purush: The Global Dancing Male, in association with Anita Ratnam and the Arangham Trust.

Published: 21st December 2013 10:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st December 2013 10:33 AM   |  A+A-

Kartik Fine Arts, as part of its annual dance conference ‘Natya Darshan’ presents Purush: The Global Dancing Male, in association with Anita Ratnam and the Arangham Trust. The five-day festival will be on till December 22, 2013.

Purush has been created and curated by Anita Ratnam, the Artistic Director of the Arangham Trust. It has been co-curated by Prof Hari Krishnan (Professor of Dance, Wesleyan University, USA). Dedicated to exploring the space of the male dancer in India, the festival consists of a series of panel discussions, lectures and performances that will attempt to examine what it means to be a man in the world of dance.

One of the sessions will take place at the at Nageswara Rao Park on December 21 from 8 pm.

The Arangham Trust was founded by Anita Ratnam in 1992. It is a cultural foundation that seeks to explore, enrich and promote the performing and visual arts of India.

For details visit www.narthaki.com

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