Ancient Beliefs or Science
Sushma Johari Madan
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Sushma Johari Madan belongs to family of talented and renowned artists and over the years has created a vast collection of paintings and sculptures that are waiting to be discovered.

Sushma’s work is a collection of exquisite artwork that not only appeals to the eyes but also to the soul as each artwork tells a story. India is a land rich in cultural history and traditions that are older than time. Some of the enchanting traditions and stories have been passed on from generation to generation and although the stories are still very well preserved, what we have lost somewhere is the message in that story and ultimately how that message can help us enhance our lives.

Sushma’s artwork helps the viewer make that delicate connection between the beliefs & the stories and the relevant application of the messages implicit in these in our daily lives and how they ultimately all connect with the science of our body.

The Talk:

On the final day of the exhibition (25 july 6pm to 7.30 pm), A talk and panel discussion will be held.

This event will include a combination of cultural entertainment followed by a talk with the artist and Q&A.

The cultural event will include a performance by Suhani Dhanki Mody who is an accomplished performer having completed her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts in Dance (Bharatnatyam) with a gold medal from the Bharata College of Fine Arts & Culture, Mumbai affiliated to the Kavikulaguru Kalidas Sanskrit University, Ramtek, Nagpur. She is a recipient of the National Scholarship to Young Artists from the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, a graded-artist with the Doordarshan and has been performing as a lead dancer in her Guru’s Dance Company as well as a soloist across India and internationally.

There will also be a performance by ANKH Dance who aims to disseminate the classical danced form of Kathak, while incorporating traditional and contemporary themes, theatrical elements, & innovative music and movements. Whilst adhering to the traditional style of Kathak, they also build upon this platform by combining it with creative energy to present a unique dance experience.

This will be followed by a reception.