March 25, 2015

Airdrome Collective brings an eclectic mix of artists to the Hive this weekend

Airdrome is a collective of artists – filmmakers, illustrators, photographers, sculptors, and the like, who want “to make more room in the city for artists’ work, a space where people can interact with artists who are exploring connections between their personal practice and broader social issues”

It is curated by Ruchi BakshiMalati Rao and Sanjeev Sharma, who come from different backgrounds – art, film and theater. Airdrome will host its second edition on 28th & 29th March at the Hive in Mumbai. Some of the participating artists such as Prashant Miranda and Asavari Kumar might be familiar to our regular readers, but the event offers an opportunity to discover new work across a range of mediums. Children’s books, ceramics, a site-specific interactive installation, camera obscura, a milliner and a performance inspired by Haruki Murakami are just some of the things in store this weekend.

According to filmmaker Malati Rao, “Our intent is to bring art and its exploration within reach to a curious audience. We want art to be integrated into everyday life. We invite you to participate in these unique workshops being conducted by artists and celebrated educators, watch award winning film screenings and reflect on the eclectic work that is on display.”

Along with an exhibition and installations, the group has put together a lineup of film screenings and workshops over two days. Students from Srishti School of Art & Design will also be presenting a series of animated shorts. Take a look at the schedule and artists on the Airdrome website.

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