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KULAA GLOBAL GATHERING
Vibe with global communities across tattoos, performing arts, crafts, music, graffiti, digital arts, gaming, and NFTs.
About KULA
This gathering provides a platform for showcasing the diversity of cultural practices by bringing together communities to build a shared purpose while celebrating the spirit of artistic endeavours despite all challenges —Team KULA
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TATTOO & BODY ART

Tattooing is an ancient form of expression. Today, millions of people get inked in India and abroad. This creative practice embodies both traditional and contemporary forms effortlessly. From culturally significant symbols to representations of pop culture, tattooing has emerged as a major form of expression for artists and collectors.

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MUSIC & PERFORMING ARTS

From indigenous music, folk music, hip-hop, experimental music, theatre, contemporary and classical dance, to filmed documentaries, the diversity of these forms speaks volumes on the potential of human talent in developing and nurturing creative and cultural practices in today’s future-ready tech-savvy world.

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GRAFFITI & STREET ART

Graffiti, a form of expression known for its rebellious nature, has taken a central and recognised position in the world of art. Artists from varied backgrounds explore this medium making building facades, walls of gated communities, and streets come alive with artistic expression gaining an art form.

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DIGITAL NFT WEB 3.0

Blockchain technology has been gaining pace in many sectors. The art world has opened up to applying this technology to the emerging space of digital art through NFTs. Artists, technologists, tokenists, and investors come together in this exploration of the web3 to monetize IP in a way never thought before.

“A global cultural exchange unifying India with rest of the World in a way nothing else does.

KULA Tribe
Traditional and contemporary, classical and modern, emerging or established, rural or urban, and local with global. Artists from varied walks of life gather in Mumbai for moments to celebrate diversity, and uniqueness, exchanging ideas, and explore the new potential to collectively build a shared future.
Mangla Bai Maravi
GODNA PROJECT
MADHYA PRADESH
Hailing from Lalpur, Mangla Bai comes from the badi-badnin traveling community—tattooing people from the Baiga, Gond and other tribes
Zake
STREET OF STYLES
MUMBAI
Zake, a pseudonym he uses to remain anonymous is India’s only known Graffiti artist and believes the art form is about to explode in the country.
Yangdol Namgyal
BEYUL INK
SIKKIM
Having designed for The Rubin Museum of Art in New York, Yangdol specialises in Tibetan Art and is an artist of Tibeto-Sikkimese origin.
KULA Venue
Standing strong in my culture.
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KULA Gallery
KULA is working across regions, building networks within tattoos, music, performing arts and web 3.0 communities.
200
Artists
04
Days
7000
Visitors
9
Workshops
150
Booths
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