Inclusive Art: How Street Art is empowering Transgender Community

Published on Jan 15, 2021

Show Creator

People Like

Always on the fringes of society, the transgender community in India has historically faced stigma and discrimination. Now a unique trans community art experimentation is helping them create a space to express themselves. The cis and trans women art collective called the Aravani Art Project captures the creativeness and resilience of the community. Their work spans many metropolitan cities of India like Bengaluru, Kolkata and Chennai where volunteers work to reclaim public spaces. From painting the local metro service Namma Metro in Bengaluru to reclaiming libraries for underprivileged children in Chennai, the project is infusing hope, one mural at a time.

7 Categories

YouthWomenFeaturedDesignCultureBeautyArt

Latest Episodes

Watch the latest episodes from the Series

The first time’s the charm

By #letmebreathe

Report it! Don’t share it!

By Evelyn Bombley

License for stress-free driving

By #letmebreathe

Related Episodes

Related episodes we think you’ll like
Published on Jun 18, 2022
A very delicious guide to ramen in Delhi ft. Ramen Donn

Shamita Harsh

Published on Jun 14, 2022
Overcoming Resistance: How to get out of your own way

Thupden Gurung

Published on May 07, 2022
Decoding NFTs, the scams and the beauty of blockchain

Dipanshu Parashar

Published on May 06, 2022
Youth creates app eyeing a global library of medicinal plants

Nikita Bishnoi

Published on Apr 29, 2022
Dating site experiences

Payel Sen

Published on Apr 15, 2022
Ropeamine Rush

Devesh Chopra

Published on Apr 07, 2022
Common Health Myths Busted

Payel Sen

Published on Mar 27, 2022
Doston ka emotional pressure | #KuchAnkaheeBaatein

Pinki Kumari

Shows

Related shows we think you’ll like