Angarika is a graduate from the Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University, with a degree in sociology. She has previously worked on developing music education programs aimed creating a space for learning and interaction between young musicians from different socio-economic backgrounds. She has also been a peer facilitator on issues of sexual and reproductive health and rights.She is currently tracing the journeys of protest songs across the country. She is also attempting to create works that can raise questions around urban development and planning, and has an interest in writing on gender and sexuality.
Ekta Mittal, one of the co-founders of maraa , Ekta treads between migration, public space, cultural resistance, gender & sexuality through her practice in media, arts and film making. She has worked as a community radio facilitator on production, research and creative programming since 2008. She curates film festivals at maraa. Ekta is interested in using unused and unexpected spaces in the city for the arts. She continues her work on Behind the Tin Sheets, a film project conceptualised in 2009 on migration and cities. She has been preoccupied with the relationship between arts and resistance.
Prashant is a graduate from Christ University, with an MA in English with Communication Studies. He has worked on setting up and coordinating film societies in academic institutions, facilitated curated film screenings for college and school students across streams, and conducted workshops on reading cinema critically. He has written academic and non-academic articles about cinema, arts and literature.
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