Paradigms and Paradoxes: Stories of Water from Bharat to Goa|6 Assagao, 2nd April, 2018, 8 pm onwards

Presentation by Ravi Mariwala | http://www.smaartwater.com/ Water is life. It nourishes us, it cleans us and sustains us. It keeps our communities healthy, our cities running and our economies growing. It is the thread that weaves together our daily lives. Water is a cup of tea, the vegetable market, the increase in exports and the … Continue reading Paradigms and Paradoxes: Stories of Water from Bharat to Goa|6 Assagao, 2nd April, 2018, 8 pm onwards

Mapping Mapusa Market | Orijit Sen|March 19th, 8 pm|6 Assagao

Artist Orijit Sen will explain his installation “Mapping Mapusa Market” which was recently displayed at the Serendipity Arts Festival in Panjim. This graphic narration explores the social, cultural and economic place that the market holds for the people of Goa and its visitors. In an interview Orijit said: “To me markets are really interesting, because there is … Continue reading Mapping Mapusa Market | Orijit Sen|March 19th, 8 pm|6 Assagao

Afterthoughts of the Novel – An Evening of Presentations | 6 Assagao, March 5th, 2018| India Foundation for Arts

Dhruv Jani will present on Somewhere, an interactive fiction set in a mythical city called Kayamgadh in colonial India. Here, the reader is allowed to form their own engagements, while navigating and interrogating notions of spatial, literary, and colonial history. Avik will present a stop-motion short film, and Madhuja, sketches for a graphic novel—both based on the … Continue reading Afterthoughts of the Novel – An Evening of Presentations | 6 Assagao, March 5th, 2018| India Foundation for Arts