India Foundation for the Arts (IFA), a non-profit platform that promotes arts and culture, has been in the field for over two decades. With an all-women fundraising team, IFA today is a force to reckon with. SheThePeople.TV spoke to IFA’s executive director Arundhati Ghosh, an internationally recognised professional in arts and organised philanthropy, on how the journey’s been like.
For all those of you who love to use emojis in chats, here’s some great news! FridaMoji is here and we can’t wait to plug these in every chat we have. Most of us are tired of using the same old smiles and even images of Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner are out of fashion now. But worry(…)
While travelling on Intrepid Travel’s Golden Triangle trip, a Chicago-based artist Jane Labowitch took an 8-day trip to India, visiting Delhi, Agra, Jaipur and Karauli. Jane aka Princess Etch A Sketch is a professional artist. She started learning the art since she was 4 years old. As they say, mastering the Etch A Sketch art is not child’s play but(…)
This New Year’s Eve, a church in Kochi allocated a breastfeeding room for lactating mothers, keeping in mind the discomfort women go through when they have to scout for places to feed their babies. Some organisations in India offer a breastfeeding room in their office or a creche, but to a large extent, mothers face(…)
The world is gearing up for US President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration this month. Women’s group activists are all set with their rallying plans, the media is equipping itself with enough resources to report the events and all this while, some people are still making sense of what just happened. Also Read: Singer Quits Choir Over Plan(…)
SheThePeople.TV is partnering with the Poets Translating Poets Festival to be held on November 25-27 across Mumbai. Fifty poets have participated in a two year long project which aimed to provide a forum to contemporary poets from India and other South Asian countries and Germany to translate poetry across several languages. The festival in Mumbai will comprise(…)
Bombaywaali is a series of conversations with women who celebrate the city of Bombay. In partnership with one of the hippest restaurants in the country, Bombay Canteen this series is encouraging meaningful conversations about the city we live in and the elements we imbibe and appreciate. Today’s discussion was around art – why we are(…)