The ThinkArts International Festival for Young Audiences 2021 is here! - with 10 shows for children and young people from Australia, India, Indonesia, Germany & Switzerland!
KinderKunstKiste, with Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Mumbai invites 8-12 years old for sessions all about some of the biggest German composers!
Stay tuned for more on Images of Men, our project in collaboration with Hamdasti, as part of M3 - Man, Male, Masculine, a project presented and supported by Goethe-Institut India & Bangladesh!
The culmination of the project, Teen Takeover at MAP, with the Museum of Art & Photography, Bengaluru - visit the exhibit to see what young people had to share about artworks and their place in our lives!
NOW LIVE! - Our project in collaboration with National Theatre of Scotland, Shona Reppe and Andy Manley. Commissioned by the British Council as a part of The Climate Connection, British Council’s creative commissions programme for COP26.
Our three shows on Insider.in, available on-demand, to watch whenever and wherever you'd like - book your tickets today!
FOR ALL AGES - A project for children to know more about the rich handloom traditions in India, with new cards every month!
The Children’s Literary, Art and Storytelling Festival Portal, an initiative by Takshila Educational Society, aims to be an online resource bank for organising children's festivals.
Inviting all performers / storytellers / authors / TYA practitioners to join the database!
Inviting teenagers to share the impact of air pollution in their lives, unfolding over Instagram!
A project led by ThinkArts' Programme Manager, Analina Sanyal, for 'Does The Blue Sky Lie: Testimonies of Air's Toxicities,' a programme initiated and supported by Khoj.
Imaginative experiences for children and young people through an engagement with the arts