Children’s Book Fair | 6 Assagao, 14th & 15th December 2019

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

Forest Tale Sitayana | Reis Magos Fort, December 13th, 2019, 7.30 pm

TIFA Working Studios and Thus. present Forest Tales – Sityana Lecture performance by Anuj Vaidya 13th December, Friday | 7:30pm – 9:30pm at Reis Magos Fort, Goa Donor Pass: ₹200 | Pay at venue Hospitality partner: De Aluizo A queer sci-fi eco-feminist retelling of the Ramayana Performance by Anuj Vaidya. In this iteration of the … Continue reading Forest Tale Sitayana | Reis Magos Fort, December 13th, 2019, 7.30 pm

The Adventures of Dizzy Sal| Naresh Fernandes | #mondayfixgoa 6 Assagao 9th December 2019

In 1959, ace Indian pianist Edward Saldanha -who was known to his fans as Dizzy Sal, arrived in the US to study at the famed Berkeley School of Music on a scholarship that he’s won, thanks to the support of jazz legend Dave Brubeck. Over the next few years, Dizzy Sal won a loyal following … Continue reading The Adventures of Dizzy Sal| Naresh Fernandes | #mondayfixgoa 6 Assagao 9th December 2019

On Human Rights – Talk by Sachin Singh, Amnesty International India, Nov 25th 2019, 6 Assagao,7.30 pm

Sachin H. Singh is the Director of Fundraising at Amnesty International India. He has over 17 years of development and resource mobilisation experience. In his previous roles, he has overseen the national operations of Fundraising at Greenpeace India and has also headed the offline and online Mobilisation unit there. He brings a wealth of experience … Continue reading On Human Rights – Talk by Sachin Singh, Amnesty International India, Nov 25th 2019, 6 Assagao,7.30 pm

Recognising and promoting rural women’s work in North East India, Monisha Behal, North East Network at Museum of Goa, Sunday Nov 24th 2019, 11.30 am

This Sunday, Monisha Behal from the North East Network will talk about the organization’s efforts in strengthening women’s collective work for their sake, and for their community and for the state to recognize their work. Her talk will include a commentary on the issue of gender based discrimination, and the absence of women in governance … Continue reading Recognising and promoting rural women’s work in North East India, Monisha Behal, North East Network at Museum of Goa, Sunday Nov 24th 2019, 11.30 am

Talk | Rice by Edible Archives |Nov 18th, 2019, 7.30 pm, 6 Assagao

What do fallow khazan lands, high air pollution levels in Delhi and the global perception of Indian food as a monolithic entity have in common? Most people will be surprised to hear that all have been affected and, arguably, caused by the course that rice growing in India has taken in the past few decades. … Continue reading Talk | Rice by Edible Archives |Nov 18th, 2019, 7.30 pm, 6 Assagao

Talk on Preemptive Governance | Stephen Young | Reis Magos Fort, Nov 15th, 7.30 pm

Across the world, we are seeing the expansion of security infrastructures that seek to preempt, and thereby prevent, outbreaks of social unrest. When and how did these logics emerge? And what impacts do they have on populations who are subject to increased surveillance? This talk will explore these questions by drawing connections between postwar America … Continue reading Talk on Preemptive Governance | Stephen Young | Reis Magos Fort, Nov 15th, 7.30 pm