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Art-Science emerges from lockdown, Global LASER kicks off, what's next?

Leonardo and S+T+ARTS are excited to launch a new series of two online meetups around the topic: "What’s next? New ideas emerging from the Covid-19 lockdown.” The discussions we have been holding over the last two months express a will to change and not return to old harmful ways and behaviors. In our community meetups, we have heard inspiring and promising ideas. Now it is time to put this together and discuss how artists can contribute to this reflection. How can artists raise awareness on new practices and enhance discussions at a societal level? How can art-science respond in terms of behavioral change, virtual exhibition or performance? Find out more

Creative Coding

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Creative and Applied Computation

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Design Computation

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Vandana Shiva at the United Nations Office at Geneva

World-renowned eco-feminist and "rock star of the environmental movement", Vandana Shiva, presents her latest book "Oneness vs. The 1%", equal parts a sobering warning on the dangers to human rights and biodiversity of the elite-led extractive economy of our time, and a profound reflection on why this is a unique moment to collectively correct the false construction of capital as the sole force of wealth (and well-being). Her presentation opened the second day of UNRISD conference, "Overcoming Inequalities in a Fractured World: Between Elite Power and Social Mobilization".

UNRISD International Conference is a forum for analysis and dialogue that brought together academics, UN representatives, policy makers and civil society. Learn more:

Our Student, Noor Niamat Singh won the Toto Funds the Arts Creative Writing Award

On 15 February, 8 winners of the Toto Awards for 2020 received their trophies and cash prizes from our chief guest Mary Zurbuchen.

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Mud mural taking shape at Cubbon Park Metro Station to chart city's water story

Walk into Cubbon Park Metro Station and what meets your eye is a mural in the making, which unlike others found in public spaces, is being made of mud sourced from 65 recharge wells being dug in the city's green space.

Taking shape as part of Srishti Institute's Art in Transit programme, the mural funded by Bengaluru Sustainability Forum and other not-for-profits, narrates the water story of Bengaluru and the dire need for recharge wells to save the city from an impending crisis.

Students and artists create a unique floating island.

The island, created by students and artists, is made of plastic and other waste. Close to 500-600 kilos of discarded bottles were used for this.

An article by Sandra Marina Fernandes , published on the, website on Dec 19, 2018

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Srishti Girls Football Team

Srishti Girls Football team visited Stonehill International school on 22 Sep 18 to play a friendly match against their team.
Srishti's team comprised of Janaki, Urmi, Aruja, Tvishaa, Harshita, Anamika, Sanah, Srotoshwini, Anchita, Kathy, Tehmina, Prithika, Shachi and Sakshi.
Urmimala Bandopadhyay was the leading scorer having scored 2 goals out of the 3 scored.