GlobalKulture Organisation® is an artist collective and youth organization run by established musicians, artists and creative professionals. GlobalKulture plays the role of an enabler to musicians, peacemakers, artists and others who want to make a difference today.
What we do
Our motto at GlobalKulture focuses on ‘Education through Art’ - a vision that drives us to build an ‘Art-friendly’ society, where diverse art forms are accessible and well-preserved. The collective lays particular emphasis on endangered art forms such as Tribal and Folk performing arts which remain unknown to many today.
Why We Work
Globalkulture curates initiatives, projects and live-events focused on social justice for youth, protected groups and creative communities. We work with performing artists, institutions, academicians, archivists, multimedia creators and information experts. All our work is aimed at driving the creation of reasonable livelihoods for artists via scholastic engagement, enabling arts education to improve so that artists can live with independence and dignity.
How we work
We facilitate and organize arts-education workshops and festivals curated for youth at public spaces, institutions, workplaces and other community spaces. We employ music and performance artists to build awareness on independent art forms, artists, creative communities and the social challenges they endure to keep rare cultural practices alive.
Where Our Work Takes US
Enabling youth by bridging communicative, logistical and financial gaps that separate arts educators from under-served communities and regions.
Employing musicians and performing artists to build awareness on independent art forms, artists, creative communities along with the challenges to keeping rare cultural practices alive..
Help social organizations, administrators, philanthropists and institutions channel their efforts toward uplifting struggling tribal and rural communities in southern India.
Curate inter-cultural performing arts and exchange programmes between indigenous-folk practitioners and contemporary performing artists.