Thursday, January 9, 2020

Art and the history of co-habitation: Ustad Ahmed Jaan Thirakwa music festival

"Performing Art is a pinnacle of human society. A moment where artists indulge in conversations beyond an alphabet"

Join the celebration of co-habitation and tradions that have made India among the most articulated society in modern era.  

A night with the the stalwarts at the Ustad Ahmed jaan Thirakwa Music Festival, this January 29th 2020. The event organized by Ustad Ahmed Jaan Thirakwa Memorial Society and co-sponsored by SAACHII, A Society Art And Community Heritage Independent Initiatives will be live at Satyasai auditorium, Lodhi Road, New Delhi, 6:00 PM onwards.

The performance will include an enthralling participation by the Santoor Brothers, Ayaan Ali Bangash and Aman Ali Bangash Alongside the Prince of Tabla Shariq Mustafa to pay tribute to tabla legend Zukir Hussain, who will also be receiving the lifetime awards for contributions to society and music.

Saturday, October 12, 2019

Water Conservation and Bridging Ecosystems with Public Art

Water Conservation and Bridging Ecosystems with Public Art

New Delhi,

Flowing water collects memory
The oldest memory that water collects gets distributed in the universe as the water flows and takes shapes so profound in its versatality. Water is magically agile and clear. It is malleable within a convenient enthalpy. That which is touched by this wonder is drenched and nourished through its turning patterns. Where it reaches, there becomes alive. Such is that bond between water to water that it's surface tension is enough to find a guide through humble orifices and into capillaries making a way where it may roam. The Queen's pond had a miracle of apostasy. It continues it's journey inside our bodies rushing in the terrain of organs. Even while, in the sparkle of crawling amber and the ouncing dew, such that it's beautiful yet rigid crystal it forms in a snowflake, melts at the slightest warmth.

Let's warm our talks, and not the climate.

Hunny Mor
Day : Wednesday,  16 October 2019
Time : 06:00 Am
Activity : Panchsheel park

Para Linguistics and Public Art

Hunny Mor

The cities are seeing it all. The streets are bearing witness to countless step hops,  making their way to thrive and find glory. Each moment leaves it's reflection in time.  Specially among the facades of towering city maze,  these moments reflect many times before they leave out to the endless sky.

Graffiti is a social projection appearing often as street art in the ever evolving diaspora of public art. The community has an innate sense of absorbing from the environment and conforming perspectives. Over the years the chaos of street signs,  posters and graffiti have given rise to a new language that is combination of several routines from the native life.  For keen observers the ability to adapt to several community conversations is PARA linguistics, which is now playing a greater role in public art than ever before.

Often public art revolves around p
PARA linguistics
(public awareness and rationale analogy for multi lingual resolves)

Street Art and Graffiti have inspired Public Liability and Insurance Asset.

Street Art and Graffiti and have inspired Public Liability and Insurance Asset.

Substance of Art: Recycling and Waste Management for public art

Substance of Art: Recycling and Waste Management for public art 

SAACHII : Society Art And Community Heritage Initiative Individuals

Cutting corners is the best way to sustain a circumlift that can balance the parity of lifestyle upon humanity today.