Three years ago, a group of second-year students decided to support local artisans after coming to know about the hardships faced by Punjab's Thathiyaar community.
For the past 30 years, the 100-year-old printing unit has only been using indigo, mehendi and sap sourced from across the country.
An interview with musician and researcher Mounir Mahmalat in Beirut who talks about the city's arts sector, three months after the blast.
Fantastical creatures have been featured on canvas for centuries.
The exhibition 'Masculinities: Liberation through Photography', showing at the Barbican Art Gallery in London, explores male self-image in a globally connected era where gender standards are constantly changing.
A young artist on feeling stifled by stringent frameworks of gender, nation and 'respectable' art.
Shibori artisans and Rangrezi tie-dye craftsmen, who share a working relationship that has lasted decades, have been severely affected by the fallout of the pandemic.