Arts Education

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.

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.

Rajeeva Gowda

Grant Period: Over one year and six months

For working with students at the Kuvempu Centenary Government Higher Primary School to create a local integrated workbook on language and mathematics drawing from the children’s everyday life experiences.

Sadanand Byandoor

Grant Period: Over ten months

For facilitating a group of eighth and ninth standard pupils of the Government High School, Kundapur, Dakshina Kannada district, to explore all elements of poetry. The projects aims to draw up a selection of poems from within and outside the curriculum, to be read, de-constructed, analysed and understood. Experts from the field will be invited to help explore the possibility of translating the poems to performance pieces. The production will be showcased in the school for its extended community.

Kaladhar S

Grant Period: Over one year

For a series of arts-based interventions to encourage children to heighten their creative writing skills while developing visual sensibilities, leading to the production of a book by the pupils of the Government Higher Primary School, Kannamangala, Chikkaballapur district.

Ashok Thotnalli

Grant Period: Over six months

For facilitating a series of workshops on Doddata, a folk performance form of north Karnataka, for the children of the Government High School, Jakanapalli, Gulbarga. They will be conducted by local troupes who will be invited to the school for performances, presentations and discussion on a regular basis to train the children in all aspects of the form such as recitals, acting, costume and property design and stage craft among others. This will lead to a performance and an exhibition by the children for the local community.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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