January 31, 2012
KP Singh: Think, read, talk and listen

Each month, we ask an Indiana Humanities friend or partner how he or she thinks, reads and talks. We feature that someone in the “How do you identify with the humanities” section of our e-newsletter. This month, it’s KP Singh, an artist based in Indianapolis. 

Born in India, KP Singh is a proud and passionate resident of Indianapolis, his home for the past 44 years. KP is a familiar presence at cultural, community, and interfaith events and lends his time and energy to many civic, educational, and humanitarian initiatives. One of Indiana’s leading artists, KP is a published author, public speaker, and engaged citizen of Indianapolis. One of the XLVI Faces, you can see his story, here.
Think: Place our heart and spirit, a breadth of thoughts and deliberate reflection that the matter before us deserves.
Read: with a sincere passion to learn and discover the intended, the unspoken, and the unstruck music in the writing.
Talk: with a prayer that what we say is all-embracing, enlightening, and inspires a healthy exchange of ideas.
Listen: with an ear that is spiritually and culturally fine-tuned and calibrated to filter the unwanted and unwelcome noise,  and is focused on what are the true underpinnings behind  the readings, the spoken words, and expressed thoughts.

K.P. Singh Designs, founded in 1972, specializes in fine arts.  KP’s distinctive, finely executed pen and ink drawings of historic architecture and monuments in India, Europe, USA, and other places reflect the combined skills of an architect, artist, historian, and an educator.  KP is a frequent guest speaker and participant in community, cultural, and interfaith events and celebrations. Learn more about KP at www.kpsinghdesigns.com.

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