Grant

S Siddaraju

Grant Period: Over one year and six months

For introducing local art forms such as Kolata and Tatva Pada to students in lower primary school to explore rhythmic patterns of poetry.

Venkatesh G Naik

Grant Period: Over one year and six months

For exploring the local Yakshagana form to help develop language and oratory skills among higher primary school students.

Blaise Joseph and Atreyee Day

Grant Period: Over nine months

For the creation of a series of art-based experiential learning modules that are exploratory and open ended in nature where the child and the teacher become co-learners, at the Government Primary School, Vijayanagar in Belgaum.

Akkamahadevi LS and Shivanayak Dhore

Grant Period: Over one year and six months

For exploration of their local Jatres (traditional fairs) with students and peers. These grants will enable teachers to re-introduce Jatres around them as a storehouse of living traditions and relate them to a more rooted understanding of its relevance and help students contextualize the experience to their school texts. Engaging in an explorative journey through the eighteen months, they will document and also re-construct a Jatre within the school to celebrate with the village community.

Shanthamani H B

Grant Period: Over one year and six months

For a series of workshops with teachers from a school, which are expected to sensitise them to theatre education and expose them to the process adopted by the grantee as she works with them to realise a school production. Following the workshop, a smaller group of interested teachers will adapt a school text and co-direct plays in the school. The final productions will be shared with the school community.

Gundappa Goudgolu

Grant Period: Over one year and six months

For facilitating a series of visual arts appreciation workshops for all the students of a school (Classes Eight, Nine and Ten). He will collaborate with a visual arts college and local artists to design and execute the grant.

Dr. Ningu Solagi

Grant Period: Over one year and six months

For research towards a publication on homegrown games played by children between the ages of three and six. 

Mallesh M

Grant Period: Over one year

For a drama teacher from the village of Kalghatgi in Dharwad district to create awareness about the social and cultural issues that surround the school and the community, with emphasis on female absenteeism and child marriage.

Ganapathi Hoblidar

Grant Period: Over one year

For a special teacher and a Cluster Resource Person from Tallur Cluster, Byndoor Block (Udupi district) to improve learning abilities among students through the arts and to revitalise the local Cluster Resource Centre by making it a hub for local arts and folk cultural activities.

Chitra V

Grant Period: Over ten months

For a government teacher from the village of Managundi in Dharwad district to address the gap between high and low performing students in her classroom using the arts.

Madhukar M L

Grant Period: Over ten months

For students from a government school in the village of Gumballi in Chamarajanagara district toengage in the rich tradition of folk art forms that celebrate the lush natural habitat of Chamarajanagara district, where the school is located, thereby addressing the environmental concerns of the region.

Prajna Hegde

Grant Period: Over ten months

For students from a government school in the village of Mantagi in Haveri district, to engage in a process of exploring a text from the school syllabus by interpreting it through local art forms.

Gururaj L

Grant Period: Over ten months

For the empowerment of students from a government school in the village of Gudadoor in Koppal District, Karnataka, to creatively link their process of learning in the classroom with the local folk-art traditions that they are immersed in. This approach to classroom pedagogy seeks to combat the corrosive influence of popular culture on the ethos of the school.

Sanket Trust

Grant Period: Over two months

For a one-day symposium on 'Theatre Pedagogy for Children' and a ‘Teacher Training Initiative’, both intended to spark a long-term engagement of teachers with education through theatre. Ranga Shankara will organise these two-day activities under the umbrella of its first ever theatre festival for children. Some of the teachers from Kali-Kalisu workshops will also participate in the one-day training.

Bharath Gyan Vigyan Samithi (BGVS)

Grant Period: Over three years

For training teachers in using the visual arts to enhance the quality of elementary education in several districts of Karnataka. This project will upscale the Art-in-Education component of the earlier District Quality Education Programme in Chamrajnagar district and simultaneously extend it to select blocks in several other districts.

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