A world in which art is integral to our lives, and helps us become more creative, curious and compassionate human beings.
To harness the power of art for a more peaceful, equal, just and inclusive society.
We have produced and toured theatre, music and dance productions that continue to perform across the country and internationally.
We have conceived, conceptualised and curated theatre and arts festivals, for arts and cultural organisations, venues, corporates and other institutions.
We have produced International shows that have toured India as well as new productions that were created in India by International companies.
Includes our work in the field of education- curating art trips and theatre-based workshops for children and adults. We also created numerous programs to engage local communities through performances, seminars, discussions and meet-the-artist sessions among other artist-led engagements.
Our annual gender centric arts festival as well as other programs focussed on the gender discourse.
We provide India-centric arts and gender related research assistance and mentorship facilities to ;International artists and organisations working in the arts.
We collaborate with local and International artists on creative or research-oriented projects.
Nimi Ravindran is a writer, theatre director and educator who has worked in the theatre for 20 years in various capacities. She was artistic director of Just Theatre, a Bangalore-based theatre group where she produced and directed numerous theatre projects. She served in the core group of Ranga Shankara till 2007 and is on the advisory board of The Company Theatre, Workspace in Kamshet. Maharashtra. She holds a Senior Fellowship in Theatre from the Ministry of Culture, Government of India. In an earlier life she worked as a journalist, covering arts and culture, and was Assistant Editor at India Today magazine.
Shiva Pathak is an actor, consultant and arts manager. She has worked in the theatre for over 15 years. Her tryst with performing arts began during her college days as an actor and production manager; she has since then worked on projects with some of India’s leading arts organisations – Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts, Ranga Shankara and India Foundation for the Arts – before starting Sandbox Collective in 2013. She is Director, Bhasha Centre and a Trustee of Toto Funds the Arts. She is also an Art Think South Asia Fellow 2016-17.
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.