Vandana Alase contributes to the field of Dance by Performing, Directing, Teaching and Writing. Presently she is working as guest faculty at the...
India has a long unbroken history of the arts, with each region of the country throwing up a phenomenal diversity of arts expressions and practices. So much of who we are is in our arts and culture.
Junoon's Arts Encounters bring performing arts from across India to your doorstep, so that students may experience and revel in the rich culture we have.
Each Arts Encounter is a performance-interaction opening the doors to a unique performance form. Students and teachers get to know the heartbeat of a form, its essential structures, its specific guidelines for creativity, and its space for improvisation and play. They are also introduced to the cultures, histories and geographies that the forms arise from. And finally, they are treated to powerful performances by the professional artists, so that they may experience the magic and attraction of each form.
We are delighted to be bringing the magical experience of Chhau and Bharatanatyam to the middle school students of Delhi Public School, Ludhiana with the group of Vandana Alase on the 5th of October, 2018.
Vandana Alase contributes to the field of Dance by Performing, Directing, Teaching and Writing. Presently she is working as guest faculty at the Dance Dept. of Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata. Besides dance, she has been practicing vocal music since a very young age. Presently practicing Dhrupad under the guidance of Shri Uday Bhawalkar. Doing translations is a passion. One such translation is from Marathi to Bangla,of the famous Marathi Novel 'Kosla' by Bhalchandra Nemade, which she did for the Sahitya Academy. She has also translated Shyam Benegal's 'Bharat ek Khoj' into Bangla for Kolkata doordarshan. She collaborates with dancers of different styles and theatre actors, exploring movement, dialogue and emotion.