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COVID-19 has impacted every sector, industry and profession, art being no exception. Ezhuthu Magazines Sept issue features how has the world of art been impacted? Art as a medium in traditional understanding has been a great moment for shared experience between artists and their communities.Art certainly be created in isolation, art's appreciation comes from its outreach with wider audiences and their emotional connect with a work's potency. So while the sector has been impacted, artists and others in the eco system have also creatively adapted to the times by forging newer ways forward. Art's great thrust has always come from the human imagination, and we see abundant examples of this all around us.

Ezhuthu Magazine Description:

PublisherLIPI

CategoryArt

LanguageMalayalam

FrequencyMonthly

Jesuits of Kerala has launched an Institute for promoting peace and international relations. In the contemporary context of consumerism, materialism, violence, ethnic conflict and religious fundamentalism, the institute named Loyola Institute of Peace and International Relations (LIPI), hopes to achieve its goals through strategic plans for research facilities, publications, conferring academic degrees, establishing peace forums, seminars and conferences on peace and campaigns to popularize the theme of peace.

The first project of the Institute is the publication of a literary-cultural-scientific magazine in Malayalam titled EZHUTHU: Chinthikkunna Hrudayangalkku which was launched on 1 November 2015. The leading literarians, cultural leaders, scientists, and philosophers contribute to its volumes.

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