Inspired by the multiple symbolic representations of the lotus in different cultures of the world, the dancers and musicians from Apsaras Arts explore its significance and meaning through bharatanatyam in Alapadma – The Lotus Unfolds.
The making of Angkor shares insights on the concept, music, choreography, costume design, set design and many other details that has shaped this dance theatre production. Listen to the creative team behind this unqie dance theatre production as they share their journey and experience. Click the link below to watch this vedio on the making of Angkor..
Añjasa explores the beauty of Buddhist temple architectures. The audience will journey through monuments including Mahadevi Temple, Buddha Gaya Maha Bodhi Temple, Vattadage, The Shwedagon Pagoda, Bayon and the Borobudur. Read reviews on the recent performance of Anjasa
Apsaras Arts and Singapore Indian Association presented "ANUBHAVA" a concert by Dr Bombay Jayashri and Dr Chithra Madhavan in aid of charity funds for Indian Association and DEVATA - Friends of Apsaras Arts
Apsaras Arts launched DEVATA - Friends of Apsaras Arts initiative with a showcase performance of The Heroines of Raja Ravi Varma on 7th July 2015. Click link for photo taller of this event.
Daughters of Angkor - Asian Women in Divine Context. Since 2005, Kent Davis has worked as an independent researcher with Devata.org documenting the 1,796 devata (goddess) images at Angkor Wat to determine the nature and role of these women who appear in divine context. Kent Davis writes about the Devatas of Angkor.