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Art photography featuring Aboriginal heritage

Art & Culture in the Real World

The Practical Importance of Art & Culture

Free thoughts by Indrajeet Yadav, Editorial direction Julien Vandanjon, Assistance Mariana Turiel.

If a picture speaks a thousand words, how much does a stunning piece of art do? A million perhaps, or more! That, in a nutshell, is art – appealing to the intuitive, emotional creature inside us. More than that, art is where culture crystallizes and assumes physical form. And its mega bandwidth makes it an inseparable part of society, health, education, and, of course, economy. Not for nothing is art so highly prized. In terms of value though, art is priceless. Oscar Wilde will agree!

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Interdisciplinary Approach to Art

Why Art Interpretation requires an Integrated Perspective?

Article written in collaboration with Indrajeet Yadav, Editorial direction Julien Vandanjon, Assistance Mariana Turiel.

Art is a way of looking at the world and the real world is multifaceted. Exactly why an interdisciplinary viewpoint helps art interpretation – the melting pot of culture, social history, science, politics, economics, philosophy, environment, theatre, literature, and language. More than that, such a broad approach holds the potential to build empathy in young students and foster their complete intellectual and social advancement.

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Synergies in the Museum and University Collaboration

Article written in collaboration with Indrajeet Yadav, Editorial direction Julien Vandanjon, Assistance Mariana Turiel.

How much is two plus two? If both twos act coherently, the synergy can take them beyond the skies. The sky’s not the limit, the mind is! Exactly the case with university-museum partnerships. But, only considerate minds on both sides can tap the boundless possibilities.

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