Children’s Book Fair. | 14th & 15th December 2019 On 15th December Sunday 5.30 pm, Poet Salil Chaturvedi will read from his book, “My Brothers Wheeeeelchair!’- it is an illustrated book (will be projected on a screen) about awareness and visibility of disability in the public sphere. More about the book and interview of the … Continue reading Children’s Book Fair | 6 Assagao, 14th & 15th December 2019
TATVA Center and Thus. warmly invite to you to Sadhana Dell ‘Arte in Merces for a day and night of storytelling and listening on 8 June 2019 from 3-9pm. We will begin with a storytelling workshop from 3-6pm to explore themes of gender, sex and sexuality. The workshop will be followed by an open mic … Continue reading Our Stories of Embodied Living | Sadhana Dell ‘Arte, Merces, June 8th
For the first time, writers supported by a line-up of musicians will perform what can only be called a narrative of verse and beats. The line-up of musicians includes Joe Ferrao on the bass guitar, Sameer Alvares on keybpards and Alister D’sa on percussion . The writers- Damodar Mauzo is a Goan short story writer, … Continue reading G128 – Book Reading On The Beat | 10th May 2019 at Sadhana Dell ‘Arte, 7.30 pm
thus. beats | Readings with Music Please be seated by 7.15 pm. Readings from : Sita Valles – A Revolutionary Until Death / Lenor Figueiredo Wings of Vertigo / A S Rodrigues Fair-Weather Brother / Pogoat Music / Paul Rodrigues on keys, Joe Ferrao on bass and Jobin George on percussion Please donate to keep … Continue reading Thus. beats | Readings with Music | April 15th, #mondayfixgoa 7.30 pm, 6 Assagao
On March 3, Sunday, artists, writers and poets in Goa will gather to speak of democracy, togetherness and of an environment that belongs to all its citizens. They will speak through the language of music, theatre, poetry, films and performances.
Walking BookFairs is coming to 6 Assagao with “Poems on the Road” – a traveling poetry library, bookstore, open mic and poetry readings – to spread love, peace and poetry, 11 am onwards.
“Symptoms of Dissentery” explores the paranoia of a poet in the current world she inhabits – that which is (almost) NIL of any ‘freedom of speech’; the eventual gagging she feels in her heart’s throat and her newfound love for the disease that has caught her mid-rhyme. Priyal is a Goa-based poet & artist who identifies herself as a multiverse gypsy clown. She explores and interprets Anthropological Storytelling through writing, visual arts & handicrafts.