Grant

Baby Biradar

Grant Period: one year

For a series of workshops for sixth, seventh and eighth grade students of the Government High School, Muchalamba, Bidar District that integrates geometry and art by using different forms of visual art, folk stories and theatre games. The outcomes will be a performance and a publication. The Grantee's deliverables to IFA with the Final Report will include photographs from the workshops, audio video recording of the performance, and the publication. Grant funds will pay for an honorarium, a workshop, professional fees for resource persons, documentation, production, travel, and an accountant’s fee.

Gangappa S L

Grant Period: one year

For a series of workshops for sixth and seventh grade students of the Government Higher Primary School, Alkeri Gauliwada, Uttara Kannada District to help them develop an appreciation for literary art practices to document stories of their nomadic Marathi communities. The outcome of this grant will be a publication. The Grantee's deliverables to IFA with the Final Report will include photographs from the workshops, and the publication. Grant funds will pay for an honorarium, professional fees for resource persons, documentation, publication, travel,  and an accountant’s fee.

Dandappagoud I Patil

Grant Period: one year

For a series of workshops for eighth grade students of the Government High School, Ankalagi, Kalaburgi District to develop literary arts practices, enabling them to document their personal narratives as monologues—Nanna Swagatagalu. The outcome of this grant will be a publication. The Grantee's deliverables to IFA with the Final Report will include photographs from the workshops, and the publication. Grant funds will pay for an honorarium, professional fees for resource persons, documentation, a publication, travel, and an accountant’s fee.

Kotresha B

Grant Period: one year

For a series of workshops for sixth, seventh and eighth grade students from all schools located in Pagada Dinni, Raichur District to introduce them to different styles of journalistic writing. The outcomes of the grant will be four publications of Pencil, a student’s newspaper. The Grantee's deliverables to IFA with the Final Report will include photographs from the workshops, and the publications. Grant funds will pay for an honorarium, professional fees for resource persons, documentation, travel, and an accountant’s fee.

Mohan Kumar N

Grant Period: One year and six months

For a wide-ranging engagement and workshops with fifth, sixth and seventh grade students of the Government Higher Primary  School, Hulasogi, Haveri district to introduce them to Kolata--a popular stick dance form of Karnataka. The outcome will be a series of performances. The Grantee's deliverables to IFA with the Final Report will include photographs from the workshops and an audio video recording of the performance. Grant funds will pay for an honorarium, a workshop, professional fees for resource persons, documentation, production, travel and an accountant’s fee.

Savita Uday

Grant Period: One year and six months

For a series of storytelling sessions for fifth, sixth and seventh grade students of the Government Primary School in Angadibail, Uttara Kannada district, involving teachers and members of three tribal communities in Gokarna–Ankola region. The project aims to document and revitalise disappearing oral traditions of the communities, while creating a deeper and richer learning experience for the students by connecting their classroom learning to their own contexts.  The outcomes of this project will be an illustrated storybook and audio and textual documentation of the stories leading to an exhibition in the school. The Grantee's deliverables to IFA with the Final Report will include the illustrated storybook, audio and textual documentation of the stories along with video and still documentation of the process and the exhibition. Grant funds will pay for an honorarium, professional fees, travel, printing, accommodation, an exhibition, stationery and an accountant’s fee.
 

Chandrappa Sobati

Grant Period: One year and six months

For wide-ranging engagements and workshops with seventh, eighth and ninth grade students of the Government High School, Hiremanakatti, Haveri district to introduce them to the songs of Dollu Kunita–a popular drum-dance form of Karnataka and its applications in the school curriculum. The outcome will be a performance. The Grantee's deliverables to IFA with the Final Report will include photographs from the workshops and an audio video recording of the performance. Grant funds will pay for an honorarium, workshop, professional fees for resource persons, documentation, production, travel and an accountant’s fee.

Gundurao Desai

Grant Period: one year

For a wide-ranging engagement and workshops with seventh grade students of Government Model Higher Primary School, Maski, Raichur District to introduce them to the short stories of Masti Venkatesha Iyengar and enable them to write their own. The outcome of the grant will be a publication. The Grantee's deliverables to IFA with the Final Report will include photographs from the workshops, and the publication. Grant funds will pay for an honorarium, a workshop, professional fees for resource persons, documentation, publication, travel, and an accountant’s fee.

Aruna Bavimane

For a folk-artist to use an in-depth participant-trainer method with the fifth to seventh grade students of the Government Model Higher Primary School, Goppenahalli, Davanagere District, to engage them in the diverse understandings of Veeragase, a folk arts form that is rapidly fading from the cultural life of Karnataka. The Grantee’s deliverables to IFA will be audio-visual documentation of the workshops, images, and a ten to twelve minute video document of the entire project.

Unnikrishnan K

Grant Period: over one year

For a series of workshops in visual arts and storytelling, to connect students and the local community, at the Government Primary school in Manipal, Udupi, to issues related to the environment in their immediate surroundings. The outcome will be an exhibition. The Grantee’s deliverables to IFA will be audio-visual documentation of the workshops, images, and a ten to twelve minute video document of the entire project.

Satish KC

Grant Period: over one year

For support towards a project that will enable the eighth grade students of the Government High School at Malur, Tirthahalli Taluk, Shimoga, to explore texts from the school syllabus by interpreting it through the poly-vocal rendition of  Vadapu which is used in the performance of Puravanthike, a folk art form from the region. Through this process they will consider multiple possibilities of creating performance pieces. The outcome will be a stage performance which will be presented at two to three school venues.

Satyana Kodheri

Grant Period: over one year

For support towards a project with the students of the fourth standard at the Government Higher Primary School, Maravanthe, Kundapura Taluk, Udupi, towards an attempt at bridging the gap in arts-based learning under the government’s Nali Kali programme. Through a series of workshops he will engage educationists, artists and designers to guide teachers and children in creating a self-learning kit that connects their local environment to their syllabus. The outcomes will be the learning kit and a performance.

Anuradha H R

Grant Period: Over one year

For an initiative that will take about 30 children’s literature publications in Kannada and English to high school students at the Government High School, Jayanagar, Bangalore. Using an integrated approach that involves visual art, music, theatre and dance, this project seeks to build reading and writing abilities in the students. A presentation and exhibition of text-inspired work created by the students will be the outcome of the project.

Aparna S Deshpande

Grant Period: Over one year

For the creation of a kitchen garden in the Government Primary School, Vijayanagar, Belgaum which teaches in both Kannada and Marathi, towards understanding and celebrating cultural and linguistic diversity. Students will engage with local farming practices through songs, stories and local vocabulary; a local farming calendar will also be organised in the style of miniature paintings. The outcomes of the grant will be the kitchen garden patch in the school, the local farming calendar and a series of performances built around farming practices of the region.

Basavalingayya S Hiremath

Grant Period: Over one year

For an artist to use an in-depth participant-trainer method with the sixth grade students of the Government Higher Primary School, Saptapura, Dharwad, to teach the various interpretations of Sobane Pada, Gigi Pada, Tatva Pada and other festival songs of Northern Karnataka. The outcome will include several public performances.

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