Documentary Theatre uses materials such as photographs, newspaper articles, interviews, archives, video, letters – about people and real events, as an entry into performance making.
Commemorating the unification of Kerala, 1st November stands as testimony to an impressive and fruitful past.
The year 1947 changed the course of history for every Indian. India, a new nation was born, freed from the clutches of decades of colonial domination.
A fun group of Rotarians on their International Exchange program visited the Museum and booked a guided tour of the Gallery of Contemporary Indian Art with Museum Director Aditi Nayar.
On your next visit to the Kerala Museum, do also check out our Donor-Patrons tree.
At the top of the Museum hill lies nestled a most beautiful Open Air Amphitheatre, that for 3 evenings, became the venue for a brilliant display of the folk and tribal forms of our country.
Tempering pigment paints with specific binders like gum arabic, animal skin glue, casein and egg yolk were some of the traditional methods of producing tempera works.
Originating from China, then introduced in Korea and Japan, the Wash Technique of painting involves using a lot of water and very little pigment to paint on an absorbent surface.
An enlightening evening of music with Dr. Santana Dutta, tracing the evolution of Rabindra Sangeet from its roots in Bengali folk music and Brahmho Sangeet to the present day.