Jyoti Sahi was born in Pune in 1944. His mother was a Christian from Britain and his father was a Punjabi Hindu.He had his training in art by Sudhir Khastigir , one of the early deciples of Rabindranath Tagore in Shantiniketan. He further studied art in London at the Camberwell school of art and craft. He returned to India and taught art. He specilises in Indian Symbolism and Theology. He is also known for Hindu -Christian dialogue through art.
Dr.Geetha Narayanan is the Founder-Director of the Srishti School of Art Design and Technology and its sister institution, the Mallya Aditi International School. She has dedicated her life to finding and establishing new models of educational institutions that are creative, synergistic and original in their approach to learning. An administrator, researcher, teacher and facilitator, she has pioneered many courses and projects that examine a wide variety of needs, social and educational. Geetha is the author and principal investigator of Project Vision, an international research initiative that is looking at the development of appropriate instructional strategies and technology-related tools that foster creative cognitive architectures in young children from urban poor communities.