The Weekend Artist
September 9, 2017 Kate Lawrence during one on of the vertical dance performances

Defying gravity

UK-based artist Kate Lawrence talks to TWA about how her passion for dance and calling for adventure helped her discover vertical dance IT is not always that adventure and art come together to create mesmerising fusions that enthrall the audiences. But for Kate Lawrence, a trained dancer and an adventure enthusiast, her fascination for heights […]

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May 9, 2017 75-year-old artist Manik Wandrekar

The journey within

Seventy-five-year-old Manik Wandrekar has been designing furniture since 1970. But in her own words, her true artistic journey “within” began only about three years ago when she lost her husband – a professor and an educationist who supported her in her artistic endeavour. Wandrekar recently unveiled her latest collection of furniture installations, which, according to […]

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May 2, 2017

A curator's checklist to becoming an established artist

How to become a professional artist and make money? Surprising as it may sound, but this is one of the most frequently asked questions on global search engines. The Weekend Artist spoke to well-known art critique, curator and show host Qazi M Raghib and learnt the must-haves to become a professional artist and earn money […]

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April 22, 2017

Robin Sharma: Trust your instincts over your intellect

This past July I was allowed into Nelson Mandela’s prison cell on Robben Island. I’ll never be the same after that profound experience. No bed. Extreme conditions. Spartan surroundings. And yet, he handled his suffering with grace, dignity and bravery You are working on your book- The 5 AM Club. Could you give our readers […]

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March 31, 2017

I am lucky: Deepika Padukone

Piku will go down the history of Indian cinema: Bollywood diva Deepika Padukone tells Pranav Kulkarni Has there been one single life-changing moment/ experience that you feel defines your career so far? I think there have been a couple of those career-changing moments in my career (sic). The first one being Om Shanti Om. I […]

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March 31, 2017

Real and Spontaneous

I never followed a role model during the whole of my artistic development. Instead, it was characteristic traits or certain skills that fascinated me about various artists says ace painter Voka in an interview with The Weekend Artist What is the philosophy behind the term “spontaneous realism” and could you describe the process that made you arrive at […]

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