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Gopuram at Vadakkumnathan Temple
Sep 01, 2015

The 'Award of Excellence' by UNESCO this year is for the conservation efforts of Sree Vadakkumnathan temple in Thrissur. The Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation has a total of 12 winning projects from five countries - India, China, Lao PDR, Australia and Thailand.

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Helene with RamachandraPulavar
Sep 01, 2015

Ms.Helene Lamarche, a young artist from France, visited Kerala and stayed here for a month with traditional shadow puppeteer Ramachandra Pulavar from Kunathara (Palakkad Dt) in order to study and understand the tradition shadow puppet theatre of Kerala and the art of making of puppets. 

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 Renowned artist Kattoor Narayana Pillai working on the University Stadium walls as part of Arteria project
Aug 22, 2015

Arteria, the project, implemented by District Tourism Promotion Council (DTPC) in coordination with the district administration will splash more colors to Onam this year.

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Jan 22, 2015

Nishagandhi Puraskaram honouring eminent personalities in the fields of dance bestowed to Bharatanatyam exponent Dr. Padma Subrahmanyam.

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Dec 15, 2014

The ongoing Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) facilitated an unexpected get-together of a Gujarati family that flourished in their business in this city over the past two centuries, courtesy an exhibition of their select photos being organised as part of the 108-day art festival.

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Dec 14, 2014

Kochi-Muziris Biennale (KMB) 2014 saw the screening of one of India’s avant garde movies on Sunday as Artists’ Cinema, the 100-day film festival, got off to a start with ‘Amma Ariyan’ (1986) directed by late John Abraham.
The Artists’ Cinema was inaugurated by actor-filmmaker Amol Palekar, and will run for almost the entire length of the contemporary art festival concluding on March 29, 2015.
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Sep 15, 2014

In connection with the sixth edition of Nakshatra Dance Festival 2014, the NCPA Centre for the Promotion of Arts and Culture Trust (CPAC), Mumbai presents an exhibition titled ‘Nepathya’, displaying costumes and clay pots depicting the elaborate facial make up that the Kathakali and Mohiniattam dance performers display
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