Begum Parveen Sultana, Prof. T N Krishnan, Vidushi Bharati Shivaji, Ustad Shahid Parvez, Pt. Venkatesh Kumar, Ustad Wasifuddin Dagar, Sangita Kalanidhi Vedavalli, Vidushi Vyjayanthi Kashi, Pt. Ulhas Kasalkar, Vidushi Ashwini Bhide-Deshpande, Pt. Ajoy Chakrabarty, Ustad Rashid Khan, Pt. Vikku Vinayakram, Vidushi Shruti Sadolikar, Pt. U. K. Sivaraman, Pt. Margi Madhu and several other eminent and accomplished artists across the country
Prospective Guests and Artists: Javed Akhtar, Shabana Azmi and several other eminent personalities in addition to artists for Kalighat Folk Painting, Patua Folk Painting, Sholapith Crafts, Clay Pottery, Bamboo Basketry and Weaving, Mask Making, Sanhji Paper Cutting, Tie Dye Bandhej, Mughal Wood Carving, Miniature Kangra Painting, Cherial Folk Painting, Gond Tribal Painting, Phad Folk Painting, Pattachitra Folk Painting
SPIC MACAY is a non-political nationwide voluntary movement that organises programmes of classical music and dance, folk arts, crafts, yoga, classic cinema screenings, heritage walks, etc. inside school and college campuses throughout the world to make students more aware about Indian and world heritage.
This initiative makes education more holistic and meaningful as it highlights all that is abstract, subtle, inspiring and mystical in the world teaching one to look within oneself. SPIC MACAY runs on the energy of volunteers who come from all walks of life - students, teachers, housewives, professional and retired people, young and old. Nishkam Seva is a key aspect of the movement.Read more
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) - Kharagpur, the first institution of its kind in India, was established in the year 1951 near Kharagpur at the Hijli Detention Camp in erstwhile Midnapore district in West Bengal. The institute started its academic program with only 10 departments, 224 students and 42 teachers in 1951 in various buildings of the detention camp. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, laid the foundation stone of the New Building in March 1952. Starting from this modest beginning, the Institute has expanded today to have 19 departments, 9 academic centres for inter-disciplinary teaching and research and 12 schools in a lush green, serene campus which is free from urban noise and pollution, representing the modern “Gurukul Ashram” of the developed India. B.Tech., M.Sc., M.Tech. M.B.A., L.L.B. and Ph.D. degrees are offered the Institute. The Institute is a self-contained township laid out over 2100 acres, with over 15,000 inhabitants. There are more than 600 faculty, 1,000 non-teaching employees and 11,000 students on the campus.
SPIC MACAY is organizing its 6th International Convention (6th INTCON 2018) in IIT Kharagpur - from June 2018, where ~ 1500 participants will gather from India & abroad. In this week-long event, 300 artists will showcase their art in 40 - workshops, 30 - concerts, 7 - different forms of yoga and meditation sessions.
The organizing team of SPIC MACAY INTCON 2018 in IIT Kharagpur is exploring opportunities for sponsors and partners in the following areas to support the event:Read more
There are multiple payment modes through which you can donate. However, we encourage you to do it through NEFT / RTGS / IMPS. You can find the bank account details for direct fund transfer.DONATE
SPIC MACAY is a non-political
nationwide voluntary movement that
organises programmes of classical
music and dance, folk arts, crafts.