Anuradha Nalapat

Reference Number:229
Location:Bengaluru Area, India
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EXPERIENCE
Fine arts college,Kerala
Lalith Kala Academi Studios 1990 - 1992 (2 years)Chennai
Worked at Lalith Kala Academi Studios at Madras and Calcutta during 1990 to 1992.
Taught Art at Rani Birla High School, Calcutta, 1992
Former member of the Lalit kala Akademi and Sahitya Akademi-2006

GROUP SHOWS
2011 All India art camp at kollam, Kerala by Kalarangam
2011 Eclectic Hues-Kalarang, Art mantram at ITC Windsor-B'lore
2011 Gallery Sara Arakkal- Annual show-Bangalore
2010 Chitra kala parishat- Bangalore
2010 Lalit kala akademi gallery -Goa
2010 Kalpavriksha- Icon Art Gallery- Hyderabad
2010 Power of line- Gallery Sara Arakkal, Bangalore
2009 Annual show- Gallery Sara Arakkal, Bangalore
2007 Women Artists at Durbar Hall art gallery, Cochin
2007 Annual show at Sara Arakkal gallery
2006 Mapping the South-Vinyasa art gallery at Chennai, Bangalore Mumbai and Delhi
2006 Annual show at Sara Arakkal Gallery, Bangalore
2004 "The feminine Eye" Sara Arakkal Gallery, Bangalore
2004 Lalith Kala Akademi, Calicut
2003 Time & Space, Bangalore
2003 Sara Arakkal Gallery, Bangalore
2003 Windsor Manor Gallery, Bangalore
2002 Chitra Kala Parishath, Bangalore
2001 Cupa Art - Rightlines Gallery, Bangalore
2000 Eye of the South - Art in Crafts, Cymroza, Mumbai
2000 The Eternal Embrace - Art in Craft, Dubai
1999 Artists for Kargil - Rennaissance Gallery, Bangalore
1997 International Women's Camp - Alliance Francaise, Bangalore
1997 Mareechika Art Gallery, Cochin
1997 Tribute to Mother Theresa - Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore
1994 Exhibit A - Chitra Kala Parishath, Bangalore
1994 Kalagramam, Mahe
1993 Jamar Art Gallery, Cincinnati, USA
1991 Regional Art Exhibition, Madras
1991 Sakshi Gallery, Bangalore
1991 Annual Show - Birla Academy, Calcutta
1991 Regional Art Exhibition, Calcutta
1991 Graphic Workshop - Arts Acre, Calcutta
1990 Alliance Francaise, Calcutta
1990 CMC Gallery, Madras
1990 Biennale, Bhopal
1989 Max Muller Bhavan, Madras
1988 Regional Art Exhibition, Madras
1988 Kerala Kala Peedham, Cochin

SOLO SHOWS
2010 Kalakriti Art Gallery, Hyderabad
2010 Chaitanya Art Gallery, Kochi
2009 Time and Space Gallery, Bangalore
2005 Chitra Kala Parishat, Bangalore
2005 Lalit Kala Akademi, Kochi
2003 Shrishti Art Gallery, Hyderabad
2003 Art Heritage, New Delhi
2001 Art Heritage, New Delhi
2001 Gallery Sumukha, Bangalore
1998 Easel Gallery, Madras
1998 Art Heritage, New Delhi
1996 Jehangir Art Gallery, Mumbai
1995 Lalith Kala Academy, Cochin
1993 Lalith Kala Academy, New Delhi
1993 Chitram Art Gallery, Cochin
1992 Venkatappa Art Gallery, Bangalore
1991 Birla Academy of Art and Culture, Calcutta
1990 Grindlays Art Gallery, Madras

PUBLICATIONS
Published poetry in: Sahitya Akadami Journal, Indian Literature, The Poetry Chain, Haritham and other journals and magazines.
Published poetry in: 'Mosaic' by Unisun Publications, Bangalore-2008.
Published stories in 'Many rooms many Voices' by Katha Lok.
Stories in anthology-'Shrinking Women' and 'The Curse of the bird' by Unisun Publications, Bangalore-2008. Her story won the third place in the Unisun-British Council competition-2007
Story in South Asian Review-Creative Writing Issue-2008
First anthology of Inklinks- a group of women short story writers, Bangalore- 'Bhelpuri'-2009
Chicken soup for the Single soul anthology-2011
Book of verse, "Nothing is Safe”- Writers Workshop, Calcutta
Naalkavalayile Kuttichathan-stories in Malayalam by Purna Publishers-2011

HONORS & AWARDS
Most Original Work - Introduction 1991, India International centre, Calcutta
Ministry of Human Resource Development Scholarship, 1990
Former member of the Lalit kala Akademi and Sahitya Akademi-2006
Publications- Published poetry in: Sahitya Akadami Journal, Indian Literature, The Poetry Chain, Haritham and other journals and magazines.
Published poetry in: 'Mosaic' by Unisun Publications, Bangalore-2008.
Published stories in 'Many rooms many Voices' by Katha Lok.
Stories in anthology-'Shrinking Women' and 'The Curse of the bird' by Unisun Publications, Bangalore-2008. Her story won the third place in the Unisun-British Council competition-2007
Story in South Asian Review.

Anuradha Nalapat