Peer Ponder Play: A Book Review

Brilliantly illustrated, [the book] is an absolute page-turner, and it feels tempting to make your way through the entire book at once, rushing past the activities, but I’d suggest you savour it. Every page is carefully designed in order to pique a young artist’s interest and give them a sense of wonder when they lookContinue reading “Peer Ponder Play: A Book Review”

AISC CareerX: Diya Reddy, a student of Grade 12, on what fascinates her about CPB Edition III

The whole ideology and curation process behind the third edition of the Chennai Photo Biennale is so multifaceted, distinctive, and undoubtedly intriguing. The level of deliberation, commitment, and rumination put into the curation process of the biennale by the four distinctive curators, makes the ideology behind it all the more fascinating.  Curator, Bhooma Padmanabhan, statedContinue reading “AISC CareerX: Diya Reddy, a student of Grade 12, on what fascinates her about CPB Edition III”

Exploring Masculinity through Photography: Workshops with NalandaWay Delhi

In January 2021, we began what has now become a year-long collaboration with the Goethe-Institut, Chennai on their project M³: Man, Male, Masculine. Following workshops exploring masculinity and gender roles with children at Kovilpatti and Nalandaway Chennai, we’ve now completed two workshops with students from Nalandaway Delhi over three months, from June 1st to AugustContinue reading “Exploring Masculinity through Photography: Workshops with NalandaWay Delhi”

Interview: Insider into Wildlife photography

Riddhi Mukherjee, a wildlife photographer and explorer, has traveled over vast distances to various places such as Assam, the Sundarbans Biosphere Reserve, and other national parks in India. His work, published in renowned magazines such as Lonely Planet, National Geographic, BBC and Sanctuary Asia, captures compelling images of the world around him.   This month,Continue reading “Interview: Insider into Wildlife photography”

Science of Photography

– By Raksita Rajagopal, age 15 Have you ever wondered whether there’s a science behind a single photograph? Because there is! There is a reaction behind every click. Scroll ahead if you’d like to know more! The science of photography covers all aspects of science. Physics, chemistry, you name it! It starts from the lensContinue reading “Science of Photography”

Social Media . . . a boon or a bane?

By: Suhani Sethi, KC High school, Grade 10 Photography is all the craze these days. Social media apps like Instagram and Facebook are constantly evolving to make their platform simpler but more sophisticated for photographers of all ages to promote their work! However, the emergence of different social media platforms like Instagram and Twitter goContinue reading “Social Media . . . a boon or a bane?”