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Dadaji’s Paintbrush is a tender kid’s book of love, loss and renewal of hope

Rashmi Srideshpande’s, Dadaji’s Paintbrush is a tender tale of love, loss, and a renewal of hope. It speaks of familial bonds, of memory, of processing grief, and the journey to grow from it. The story...

Queer activist Sharan Dhaliwal’s book tells truths about privilege, body image, sexuality, and patriarchy

Sharan Dhaliwal clearly states in the preface of her book, Burning My Roti - Breaking Barriers as a Queer Indian Woman that it, “isn’t a self-help book. It won’t tell you how to improve...

The human body is the leitmotif in exhibit ‘Embodied Change: South Asian Art Across...

“My work is about reclaiming the image of Asian women, moving away from the object of the defining gaze, towards a position where I/Asian woman become the subject of display. ~ Chila Kumari Singh Burman The...

Artist Satpreet Kahlon interrogates constructs of displacement and belonging in new exhibit

Through the physical layering of material and the metaphorical peeling of these layers, Satpreet Kahlon interrogates constructs of displacement, belonging plus rootedness, gaze, memory and “survival in fugitivity” in her latest exhibit, a boundary,...

Children’s book “Roots and Wings” shows young brown and black girls that they are...

Mango yellows, multicolored kites in a vivid blue sky, minarets and the New York skyline, mythical creatures, elephants and horses, ancient fables and Russian fairytales, numerical and artistic patterns. They all inhabit and abound...

Documentary “Writing with Fire” shows the groundbreaking work of the all-women journalism team in...

Writing with Fire follows the professional and personal lives of Meera, Suneeta and Shyamkali, journalists of India’s first and entirely women-run news channel, Khabar Lahariya, (meaning Waves of News). Rintu Thomas and Sushmit Ghosh’s documentary...