Jesse Charnow has played with Anoushka Shankar and was trained by Pt. Ravi Shankar. He and Pandu played in the band Jazmin. Bunny is a multi instrumentalist. Pandu likes music and want to be empty so that the magic can pass through him. He also got a Grammy. They will explore sounds and groove textures and songs.
Singer song writer duo, Saahil Kapoor and Ipshita Bali from Chandigarh will sing some of their originals. Their songs are life centric. They say they are just vocals and acoustic guitar, so there are no masks, no room for hiding and thats the way they like it.
She is highly influential in reintroducing the philosophies and folk culture of Bengal. Her songs make us question our core belief systems and remind us that no change is possible unless a revolution starts within ourselves first.
Orijit Sen is an artist and graphic designer based in New Delhi, India. He studied at the National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad, and has been involved in graphic, textile, exhibition and museum design projects since 1989. His pioneering work “River of Stories” (Kalpavriksh 1994) is considered by many to be India’s first true graphic … Continue reading Evening of Talk and Presentation by Orijit Sen & Seth Tobocman
Gowri is a freak folk artist from Pune. She loves writing songs and experimenting with sounds, and above all, she loves a good story. Her songs are a giddy mix of confessionals, disclaimers and skewed observations, as she summarises her narrow experiences from a narrower vantage point. She enjoys vegetating most times, eating and sleeping … Continue reading Gowri Jayakumar Unplugged
Livelihood, hope, respectability, dream, education, fear, ambition, mobility, love, lust, power, status, aspiration; English is a colourful thread that binds the multilingual dreams of this multilingual nation. Yet, English remains an uneasy reality for some. This film is a role-play into being a guide and a tourist into towns, cities, bazaars, schools, mornings, monuments, memories … Continue reading Screening and Interaction with Film Maker
This event is a tribute to Bismarque Dias, his spirit, and his unending love for Goa. Dias’ role as a priest took on an entirely new meaning in 2010, when he vehemently opposed the Church’s decision to sell its land in Vanxim Island. He went on to protest several similar projects, which threatened the biodiversity … Continue reading Tribute to The Kindness Manifesto