Embrace: Music, Justice, Arts is a platform for pursuits of independent musicians and that of artists who continue with their creativity in the midst of a commercialised world that imposes a mainstream idea of life. The platform is a reminder of the power of arts and music and why we need it to retain the soul of love, justice, individuals and communities. It also underscores the relevance of the arts to spread love, provoke as well as explore the imagination of a society. In its first ever chapter, Embrace: Music, Justice, Arts brings together three bands and one solo artist while creating spaces for conversations with a film-maker, an academic, an author and editor. At the same time, creative endeavours of home-built businesses will be on display.
You are also welcome to join on the evening of 8th April at Gulmohar Club, Gulmohar Park, Delhi. You will get to listen and see four bands sharing their music – mostly original. You will hear four speakers talk about arts in society, the law and censorship, academics and the need for expression.
Contribute to the crowd funding campaign here.
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