Shiva Pathak

Shiva Pathak  is an actor, freelance consultant and arts manager. She holds a master’s degree in social work from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences and has worked with various non-governmental organisations on research and development projects. She moved on to working with arts organisations in 2006 and has since worked as the festival coordinator for three editions of the Attakkalari India Biennial and also on projects with Ranga Shankara, Toto Funds the Arts and India Foundation for the Arts. As an actor she has worked with directors such as Anmol Vellani, Atul Kumar, Anamika Haksar and Mallika Prasad.

Nimi Ravindran

Nimi Ravindran is  a writer, theatre director and arts manager. She was assistant  editor at India Today, covering arts and culture for the magazine till March 2012. She was artistic director of Just Theatre, a Bangalore based theatre group till September 2012 and produced and directed various theatre projects for the group. She was part of the  core  group of Ranga Shankara from 1998-2007, and has worked on various  projects with the Bangalore Habba and the Sangam House writers residency. She is also a part of The Company Theatre, Mumbai and the Workspace in Kamshet in rural Maharashtra.



Medha Agrawal is an actor and a Kathak dancer. Recently graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Performing Arts, English and Psychology from Christ University, Bangalore. Breakfast enthusiast and part time procrastinator.



Raabiya Jayaram is a documentary film maker who helped set up the video archive for the Archive and Research Center for Ethnomusicology at the American Institute of Indian Studies, Gurgaon. As Director Roughcut Productions she has worked on numerous documentary films on a variety of issues ranging from rural development to gender and sexuality. She has also been involved with the arts both as a performer and arts manager.

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Debosmita Dam

Debosmita (a.k.a. Deb) is a graduate of Delhi University where she majored in literature, and was an actor, writer, and director as part of the DU theatre circuit. She enjoys telling and writing stories for adults and children alike, and also plays a lot of board games.

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Anindita Sau

Anindita is a Bengali from Bangalore. She studied B. Com. at Calcutta university. She likes to travel and explore new places.