Building a Bridge Between Diverse Culures Through Creative Arts.

Apsara arts promotes, shares and makes Asian arts accessible to all as means to improve quality of life within the community. We apply cultural & artistic disciplines to promote and celebrate diverse cultures and bring people together. We are a group of dedicated volunteers and artists who produce participatory projects of arts and heritage in community and educational settings.

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New term starting on Saturday 10th September at:

– Dance studio, CYTO, Oakley Road,
South Norwood, SE25 4XG

Children, Bollywood : 10.30am to 11.15am;
Teen : 11.15am to 12pm – Bollywood

56A Mitcham Road, Croydon, CR0 3RG
(corner of Albion Street, opposite Kwik fit & BP Garage)

Children/teen : 1pm to 1.45pm – Kathak
Children : 1.45pm to 2.30pm – Bollywood
Teen : 12.30pm to 3.30pm – Bollywood
Women : 3.30pm to 4.30pm – Bhangra/Bollywood

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Onam is the most important festival of Kerala, India. It is celebrated in the beginning of the month of Chingam, the first month of the solar Malayalam calendar (Kollavarsham). There are four main days of Onam. The most important day of Onam (known as Thiru Onam or Thiruvonam, meaning “Sacred Onam Day”) is the second day. It falls on 14 September in 2016. Check out our educational booklet & film –
See Booklet
See Video

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National award for Public engagement & learning
initiated by Arts Voluntary England
Award for outstanding contribution to the culture and art
in the London borough of Sutton