Park’s cul­tural jour­ney

The 12th edi­tion of ‘The Park’s New Fes­ti­val 2018’ is set to be held across Chen­nai, Bengaluru, Mum­bai, New Delhi, Kolkata and Hy­der­abad from Au­gust 30 to Septem­ber 21.

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The Park Ho­tels and Prakriti Foun­da­tion brings a bou­quet of com­mend­able per­form­ing arts across mu­sic, dance, com­edy and dra­matic the­atre with ‘The Kick-start­ing in Chen­nai, the - tu­ral ren­dezvous is set to be held across six cities over a pe­riod of al­most a month and will cul­mi­nate in Hy­der­abad. The artists in­clude:

Sto­ries by Hand by Preeti Va­sude­van

Sto­ries by Hand is a solo work through sto­ries which are per­sonal, myth­i­cal, and so­cial and are nar­rated through the con­tin­u­ous place­ment and dis­place­ment of ges­tures af­fected by mem­ory. Sto­ries by Hand takes the hand ges­tures of Bharatanatyam as the ba­sis for a sto­ry­telling dance-the­atre in­ter­weav­ing east and west, past and present, the mythic and the every­day. The show is ex­pe­ri­enced through three clus­tered themes of re­la­tion­ships, the danc­ing body and death.

Noise Over Artists: A stand-up com­edy show by Ra­jiv Ra­jaram & Ut­sav Chakraborty

Fea­tur­ing two voice over pro­fes­sion­als who have been cre­at­ing more noises than voices since their child­hoods, Ra­jiv Ra­jaram and Ut­sav Chakraborty aim to take through the every­day ab­sur­di­ties that voice-over artists en­dure and the im­pact of fake news, fam­ily What­sApp groups and ab­so­lute po­lar­i­sa­tion, two men will stand up and try to make you un­der­stand the great­est weapon that is used by our

To See or Not to See: A talk by Ana La­mata

- tem­po­rary Art His­tory, has largely fo­cused her re­search on the res­o­nances be­tween art and science. To See or Not to See is a re­flec­tion on how, at the be­gin­ning of the of X-rays changed the way the world was per­ceived and the no­tion of re­al­ity it­self. To­day, when new tech­nolo­gies are chal­leng­ing again our con­cep­tions of re­al­ity, art can play a vi­tal role in de­cod­ing these dis­cov­er­ies, ques­tion­ing con­ven­tions and just help­ing us see.

Two Sides of Karma by In­doSoul

from Chen­nai that has ex­ten­sively per­formed across by vi­olin­ist and singer Karthick its third al­bum, ‘Two sides of Karma’, is a tes­ti­mony to their suc­cess. They be­lieve in at its core and global in its sound­ing. The songs from the al­bum pre­miered in USA other no­table mu­sic direc­tors. He com­posed a song for a Bol­ly­wood movie along the way, as well as jin­gles for mul­ti­ple TV ads.

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