Clik | Edition 20 | August 2022.
Presented in association withK-Art International Exchange Association
InKo Centre, in association with K-Art International, is delighted to invite 17 students from India to attend the final round of the 2022 International Middle & High School Student Art Competition, in Busan, Korea.
A total of 20 entries were selected with 1 gold, 7 silver and 12 bronze winners. All 17 students are invited to participate in the final titled - 2022 International Teenage Design & Art Award Art Competition to be held in August 2022 in Busan.
In consultation with the parents and schools, a total of 17 were invited to Busan for the final round of the competition.
With a full programme comprising the final round of the contest, cultural performances as well as visit to sites of historic importance arranged for participants from Korea and India by K-Art, Busan, this promises to be an exciting opportunity for meaningful student exchange and cultural understanding. At the final stage, there will be an on-the-spot painting competition in Busan, Korea, where the selected Indian students will compete with students from Korea and Japan.
The full programme comprises the final round of the contest, cultural performances as well as visit to sites of historic importance arranged for participants from Korea, Japan and India by K-Art, Busan.
This international competition is an annual event that brings together talented young artists who show great promise in terms of precision of techniques, vivacity of colour combinations and treatment of thematic concerns. With a full programme comprising the final round of the contest, cultural performances as well as visit to sites of historic importance arranged for participants from Korea and India by K-Art, Busan, this promises to be an exciting opportunity for meaningful student exchange and cultural understanding. At the final stage, there will be an on-the-spot painting competition in Busan, Korea for students from India, Korea and Japan.
The following students will travel to Korea for the final leg of the competition this year:
|1||Prapti||X||Sacred Heart Matriculation Hr. Sec. School|
|2||Shivani||X A||Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan Senior Secondary School, Nungambakkam|
|3||Madhumitha||12||Abacus Montessori School|
|4||Tanusha||12 C||Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School|
|5||Priyadharshini||10||Abacus Montessori School|
|6||Ganga||X C||Hari Sri Vidya Nidhi School|
|7||Adline Shijo||XII||Hari Sri Vidya Nidhi School|
|8||Mahi||11||Abacus Montessori School|
|9||Koushika||XII||Lalji Memorial Omega International School|
|10||Maria Ann||X C||Hari Sri Vidya Nidhi School|
|12||Swetha Shree||XII||Padma Seshadri Bala Bhavan Senior Secondary School, Siruseri|
|13||Hemavati Amrita||11||Abacus Montessori School|
|14||Diya A Rijesh||10||Abacus Montessori School|
|15||P. Gayathri||X||Kendriya Vidyalaya, CLRI|
|16||Lalitha||XII||Lalji Memorial Omega International School|
The 2022 International Teenage Design & Art Award Competition will be held from 5 to 10 August 2022 in Busan, Korea.
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InKo Centre is delighted to support the presentation of Trikonanga by Hemabharathy Palani at the New Dance for Asia Festival at Daegu Arts Center in Korea. Trained in Kuchipudi, Bharatanatyam, Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Yoga and Kalarippayattu, Hema is a performer, teacher and the rehearsal director of Attakkalari Dance Company and has performed at renowned festivals and has participated in several prestigious residencies, across the world
With Trikonanga, Hema explores the navarasas (nine emotional states) through the nine triangles of the body, resulting in an exhilarating journey. In this unique performance which won her Audience First Choice Prize at the Stuttgart International Solo Dance Festival, Hema delivers a visceral performance that engages as well as challenges her audience. Intense focus and daring images are the hallmarks of this captivating performance.
Concept, Choreography & Dance: Hemabharathy Palani
Music: Yannick Rayne (original score)
Costume: Aurelia Lyon & Nicole Murru
Creation: Co-produced by Attakkalari Biennial 2013 (Platform 13) & Ballet National De Marseille, France (Open Studio, May 2013) Special thanks to Cornelia Albrecht
Hemabharathy Palani, a multi-award winning choreographer and star performer is known for her hypnotic, musical, energetic and graceful performances. Trained in Kuchipudi, Bharatanatyam, Ballet, Contemporary Dance, Yoga and Kalarippayattu, Hema is a performer, teacher and the rehearsal director of Attakkalari Dance Company, and has performed in renowned festivals and venues across the world and has participated in residencies like the Sadler's Wells’ 4-year Summer University. Her works include Trikonanga, Chaaya , Uruvam, Twine, Yasshti and dance film Toss for Dance Umbrella and Fuel Theatre. As a choreography fellow at Rambert Dance Company (London), Hema created a dance film Ek Choti si Asha with Rachel Davies and Daniel Saul for Big Dance and Channel 4 TV. Her work Perpetuo with Italian musician Maroccolo has received much acclaim. During pandemic Hema created the dance film “ Salt & Sugar” commissioned by Fuel Theatre, a hybrid interactive performance with choreographer Nicola Gali in partnership with Marche Teatro (Ancona, Italy) while in collaboration with Japanese artists and with the support of Japan Foundation, she premiered “-scape”. Hemabharathy has won the Robert Bosch Young Choreographers Award, Audience First Choice Prize at Stuttgart International Solo Dance Festival and Best Female International Choreographer and Performer Award at the Festival Danses Quartiers (Montreal).
The 11th Edition of New Dance for Asia International Dance Festival (Artistic Director: Yu Hosik) is hosted by Designare Movement. 29 artists from 8 countries including Korea, Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, India, Hong Kong, Macao and the Philippines will participate in the festival presenting 18 works at Daegu Arts Center Belisle Hall. NDA (New Dance for Asia) is a platform to introduce and encourage exchanges among various Asian contemporary dance artists and showcase their works.
This year, four programmes, Masdanza Selection, Daegu Dance Collection, Contemporary Dance Series, and Asian Solo Dance, will be presented. Festivals from Asian countries such as Singapore, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau and Laos as well as Spanish Festival Masdanza have festival partnerships and exchange programmes with the New Dance for Asia International Festival.
Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts is India’s premiere contemporary dance organization. Invested in education, training, research, choreography, productions, performances, festivals, stage technologies, transdisciplinary exchanges and collaborations, Attakkalari has developed strategic global partnerships for projects and events. Driven by its motto ‘Traditional physical wisdom, Innovation and Technology’, Attakkalari has successfully brought together knowledge from Indian physical and performance traditions and blended them with contemporary information and skills. Attakkalari India Biennial is South Asia’s largest contemporary dance festival and its Diploma programme is a comprehensive programme while its Professional Development Programme (PDP) offers career advancement opportunities. Its Incubation Centre for Arts & Media (ICAM) forges international partnerships and collaborations to facilitate the creation of new works. Attakkalari has succeeded in transforming Bangalore into a hub for contemporary dance in South Asia and is working towards establishing a new “Centre for Innovation in Performing Arts” (CIPA) in the city. For further information: www.attakkalari.org
Hemabharathy will present Trikonanga as part of “Asian Solo Dance” at the Biseul Hall at the Daegu Arts Center, Korea on Sunday, 14 August 2022.
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Chennai - the monsoons of surfeit and of so little.
Chennai - the summer sometimes so dry.
Chennai - where the overflow drowns the city.
Chennai - where the summer is parched.
The city of Chennai has, over decades, experienced either drought or floods. The relationship with water has been a complex one for residents of Chennai.
Confronted with often less and sometimes more water, the people of Chennai have always been affected by this constant oscillation. Climate change and poor planning are often debated as the core reasons for this situation.
Waterless, Watermore is an exhibition of paintings, dedicated to the spirited people of Chennai who bravely face drought and floods with equanimity.
The exhibition commemorates the Madras Week celebrations in the city in August 2022.
The exhibition is presented by Art-is, a collective of 6 artists based in Chennai. The artists who approach water in their distinct styles, individually and collectively delve into the core of their being to present their response to the paucity and excess of water.
Six artists met at various art camps, ICF, Integral Coach Factory, Chennai, SAMA Farms, Kodaikanal and Kala Srot Gallery, Lucknow.
Travelling, painting and bonding over many cups of tea brought them together to form a group to paint and do art shows together as a team, to collectively express their individual creativities through their signature styles of painting.
Artis VIIIXVIII=VIII a thematic art show in small format, was held online in September 2002 and at Dakshinachitra in Chennai in December 2020.
Art Camps were held in a farm house near Chennai and in Thiruvannamalai and included visits to ancient art and archeological sites.
Gaja & Gramam was a thematic art show held in Chennai and Coimbatore in July 2022.
The artists from left to right: Jacob Jebaraj, Shailesh Bo, Asma Menon, Thejomaye Menon, Kavitha Prasad and Gita Hudson.
The exhibition will open at The Gallery @ InKo Centre on Tuesday, 30 August 2022 at 6.00 p.m.
The exhibition will be on display until Friday, 30 September 2022.