Annappa H Ontimaalagi

Grant Period: One year and six months

For a series of arts-based experiential learning modules at the Government Higher Primary School in Aaladahalli village in Shivamogga district. The project will involve students across classes in various visual and theatrical activities centered on the lakes in and around the region. The students will also map these lakes. The outcome of the project will be a series of performances and a group discussion titled Beladingalalli Kereyangaladi (Activities around the lake on a full moon night).  The Grantee's deliverables to IFA with the Final Report will include photographs and video documentation of the project. Grant funds will pay for costs towards an honorarium, professional fees, documentation, exhibition and performance, material, preparation, and an accountant’s fee.

Satish KC

Grant Period: over one year

For a project that will enable the eighth grade students of the Government High School (PUC Section) at Malur, Tirthahalli Taluk, Shivamogga, to explore texts from the school syllabus by interpreting it through the poly-vocal rendition of Vadapu which is used in the performance of Puravanthike, a folk art form from the region. Through this process they will consider multiple possibilities of creating performance pieces. The outcome will be a stage performance which will be presented at two to three school venues. The deliverables of the grant would include photographs from the workshops and performance, and a ten to twelve minute video documentation. Grant funds will pay for honorarium, performance costs, professional fees, documentation costs, refreshment costs, costume and music costs, preparatory costs, travel costs and an accountant’s fee.

Annappa Ontimalagi

Grant Period: Over one year and six months

For a research-based experience of exploring history for a higher primary school, by conducting one such study of a local chieftain by the name of Shivappa Nayaka in Shivamogga district, Karnataka.

Kruti R

Grant Period: Over one year and six months

For examining the differences between the performances of prasangas in Yakshagana that are presented in shorter durations and those that continue through the night. The project will study how this variation in time affects pedagogy, the training of Bhagavatas and actors, and the conceptual and aesthetic concerns of the form as it is performed and viewed. The outcome of this project will be a monograph.