Arts archive comes alive

dedicated search-engine and education content provider for Indian and Asian arts, culture and world cinema will be available to students from March this year.
The Osianama Learning Experience (OLE),, aims to be the world’s largest archive and search engine on Indian and world cinema and the arts.
The information has been compiled over the last 20 years.
Says Neville Tuli, founder-chairman , Osian’s Group, “Our aim is to make high quality content freely accessible to all. It is difficult for students of arts to find authentic information. We have so much of diversity but a fragmented knowledge base. I believe that learning should not be just dependant on a formal setting. It should be based on exploring, researching and innovation. All the objects on the site have passed though our hands or are a part of our collection and we have made sure the information provided is authentic.”

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