| An essential element of our theatre making is to engage with a participating audience. As the company enters its 22nd year we have launched a year-round audience research project to know more about our audience from actual data.
The sharing session will present the first part of the project – the audience survey which was conducted between September and December 2017. Come and join us at our afternoon gathering as we share our work in progress and analysis.
Grantees’ Activities | 2018-4-27
On view at AAA Library, this exhibition explores the role of movement and travel in Nilima Sheikh’s practice. Based in Baroda, India, Sheikh has reflected on questions of tradition, historical lineage, national identity, and cosmopolitanism in Asia for over fifty years.
This presentation showcases photographs, videos, stencils, poems, folktales, letters, and the artist’s own writings from her archive. An artist talk will be held on 29 March at AAA.
Date: 22 March–30 June 2018
Free and open to public.
Image: Nilima Sheikh, Drawing of traditional brush-making techniques, part of her research “Painted Pichhvais of Nathadwara”, 1986-87. Courtesy of the artist.
Grantees’ Activities | 2018-3-20