“We are working on to build World’s largest community of youngest creators. Apart from that we committed to build a community and a research Centre that creates a space for every Creative Scientist who aspire to make the world better through their vision, stories and creativity. We are here to create a better structure on life approach, opportunities, future jobs, work culture and experiences that explores new boundaries of human potentials”.
Content Creation : Content Creation : We expertise in producing theatre plays and live content, theme and event based performances.
Artistic Humans Communities : Our Flagship youth community initiative where students, scholars and creative professionals contribute in creating innovative policies for community driven initiatives.
Curating Experiences : Theme based curations includes customized designing of events followed with a lineup of various artistic performances, workshops, speakers and activities.
‘The Artist’ one of our most celebrated play won 10 accolades
all over India including winning Best Play Award in two
prestigious National Theatre Festivals. The play was released
commercially in the year 2018. Our various Theatrical production
collaborations includes plays like:
-‘Hum Sab Ek Hai’ (2019) with MCF Club
- ‘Kanchan Kachrawali’(2019) with Gulabgun Sab Seva Sanstha
- ‘Atulya Bharat’with MCF club (2019, Short Play, Tribute to Mahatma Gandhi’s 150 birth Anniversary)
Artistic Humans is a platform that represents the voice of innovators, experimenters. It is a community of Young Creators, Future Leaders, and Changemakers.
We curate experiences, we connect humans, we address their interest and passion. We initiate various artistry endeavors that builds strong human communities driven with vision and a realistic approach. In other words, we inspire, edutain and tell stories in a way that our audiences are willing to hear from us! We work on creating an alternative system that reflects inclusiveness, creativity, equal opportunities that has an innovation-driven approach enabling individuals to make the most of one life as well as creating an impact that makes the world a more better place to live. We are a platform that represents the voice of every creative Human.
Artistic Humans has explored many verticals which had a profound impact on human society - from producing theatre plays, conducting theatre workshop to promoting art & theatre in underprivileged areas and empowering communities through various artistry initiatives, we have been working towards building India’s youngest community of creators and change-makers.
As India marks 75 years of Independence and celebrates Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, our project Amrit Mahotsav - 75 x 75 x 75 aims to celebrate the spirit of freedom and the people who fought for our independence, bringing theatre creators on one platform across geographies. We will stage the play 'Azad Hind Ki Chi Gatha' (The story of Independent India) across 75 locations, with 75 shows with 75 college/institutions. Students of the same college with prepare and present the play within their own college auditorium in Hindi-Marathi.
The project will boost and encourage theatre activities, groups and theatre makers across institutions will get an opportunity to work on a common goal and can also explore opportunities to work with Artistic Humans, creating more opportunities to collaborate and celebrate the spirit of creation. With this venture, we will also work towards building the Artistic Humans Art and Community Centre in collaboration with partner institutions to support artistic practices and endeavours. This will be only possible with the support of institutions.
The world is now covered in a web of internet-assisted learning programs, where you can find everything you need in seconds. They get to have degrees and diplomas in a few clicks. In such a world, we feel that it is important to make the fruits of education and social responsibility available by using a more impactful tool; performance. One of the world’s oldest texts, Naatyashastra written by the legendary sage, Bharata talks about how every performance has scientific dimensions and how the spectator plays just an important role such as the performer.