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CUSP music festival: Ganesh Devy, writer Imayam illustrate the role of music, literature in protests
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CUSP music festival: Ganesh Devy, writer Imayam illustrate the role of music, literature in protests

Ably moderated by AR Venkatachalapathy, this hour-long panel discussion at the CUSP music festival saw Ganesh Devy and Imayam effectively contextualise art and the anti-CAA-NRC movement within the framework of both Indian and world history

At Cusp's interdisciplinary festival, performances and discussions about art that engage audiences, go beyond convention
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At Cusp's interdisciplinary festival, performances and discussions about art that engage audiences, go beyond convention

In keeping with the idea of doing away with the glitz and glamour of a large-scale music fest, Cusp will be held in intimate settings housing smaller audiences in the terrace, patio and garden of Luz House at Mylapore in Chennai.

Who Owns that Song? brings to life 'unsung poet' Subramania Bharati, copyright issues surrounding his work
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Who Owns that Song? brings to life 'unsung poet' Subramania Bharati, copyright issues surrounding his work

In this book, Subramania Bharati is not the hero— his life is simply the explanation for why his poems became important to the Tamil people | #FirstCulture

Why Subramania Bharati, icon of modern Tamil culture, remains little known to the rest of India
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Why Subramania Bharati, icon of modern Tamil culture, remains little known to the rest of India

Unlike the Bengali bhadralok intellectuals who have done a stellar job of celebrating Rabindranath Tagore and taking him to the larger world, the Tamil middle class failed Subramania Bharati | #FirstCulture