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Funny, or what? Cartooning with Vikram Nayak

Cartooning with Vikram Nayak, an interview and live workshop.

About the Event

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Vikram Nayak discusses his commitment to producing art that provokes insights into the inequalities experienced by people in India who are born with many disadvantages and few resources. We learn what set him on this road and discover his involvement in Ekta Parishad (translated One Forum), a national movement that develops youth leaders within landless and tribal communities to campaign systematically and nonviolently for their land- and other rights.


The discussion is followed by a live Zoom workshop when Vikram will demonstrate his approach to making cartoons and viewers can ask him questions through chat.

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