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Seminar on Indian art in Manipal from tomorrow

The Centre for Creative and Cultural Studies, Manipal University, will organise a national seminar and art exhibition funded by Indian Council of Historical Research (ICHR) on ‘Indian Art and Art History: Coastal (Karavali) Culture and Art Practices-Ideas, perspectives and challenges’ at Manipal on July 22 and 23.
Addressing presspersons recently, K. Unni Krishnan, coordinator of the centre, said the seminar aimed to analyse and debate on Indian art and art historical practices with a focus on culture and art practices of coastal Karnataka. It will reveal the reactions and reflections of artists to the regional concerns.
Experts would participate as resource persons in the seminar and deliver lectures. Prabhakara Joshy will deliver a lecture on “Yakshagana: An overview, genesis, evolution and present situation”. M.L. Samaga will speak on “Diversity in Yakshagana traditions: Types, experiments and Arthagarike”. K.M. Raghava Nambiar will deliver a lecture on “Nature and identity of Yak…

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