Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi Regn No. 155/PFLK/2016
ATMA Kalakshetram promotes art as a culture for happy and harmonious living. Here, people of all age groups get an opportunity to learn and appreciate classical art forms.
TThe ATMA Kalakshetram conducts regular classes in classical art forms like Bharatanatyam, Mohiniyattam, Odissi and Carnatic Music. The faculty panel consists of expert artistes who are committed to the teaching and promotion of classical art. Assessment & Feedback sessions for students help them to improve their learning. In the covid situation, the classes are being conducted online.
Performances and lecture demonstrations by eminent artistes are organised to promote understanding and appreciation of classical arts among students and public.
Performances by the faculty and senior students of ATMA Kalakshetram are organised as part of ATMA events or as separate programmes..
Dance Festival with Live Performances by eminent artistes, Campus Performances by upcoming
artistes and Lecture Demonstration for youth (Nov- Dec 2018)
With support from the Ministry of Culture, Govt of India, under the CFPG Scheme
In the context of covid-19, ATMA Navratri Nrityotsav was organised online on the ATMA Foundation YouTube Channel from Oct 17th to 25th 2020. 9 young artistes gave performances in Bharatantyam, Mohiniyattam and Kuchipudi.
5-Day workshop in 8 classical art forms, in association with SPICMACAY (Sept 2017)
Performances by eminent artistes, as part of M S Subbulakshmi Centennary Celebrations, in association with SPICMACAY (Sept 2017)
Workshops by eminent artistes like Smt Pallavi Krishnan and Smt Uma Govind are regularly conducted for the students of ATMA Kalakshetram and for other young dance enthusiasts.
In the context of covid-19, ATMA organised two dance festivals online - the ATMA Navratri Nrityotsav from Oct 17th to 25th 2020, and the ATMA Winter Festival from Dec 25th - 31st. Eminent young artistes gave performances in Bharatantyam, Mohiniyattam and Kuchipudi. There were also short talks by senior teachers on different South Indian dance forms.
Watch the performances on the ATMA Foundation YouTube Channel