Presenter: Pedro Manuel Sobral Pombo Assistant Professor, Visiting Faculty, Department of Portuguese and Lusophone Studies, Goa University Departing from previous and ongoing research on Goan heritage and coastal landscapes, this conversation aims at thinking the aesthetic and epistemological possibilities of landscape as a crucial element of cartographing cultural contexts and their materializations. The particularities of … Continue reading Cultural Cartographies: Sensing Goa’s Heritages & Landscapes | 6 Assagao, 7.30 pm, 10th June 2019
He will commemorate Fr. Bismarque on this special day, and share his experiences of the people’s movements of Goa that is standing guard, bearing witness.
The Novel follows Charlie trip where he has to leave Goa in the offseason (June) and go for a few months to Nubra Valley (Himalayas) to make some money. As Charlie leaves Goa with his brother James (who’s trying other options and has an interview for a job on the cruise liner in Bombay). Their plan is to reach Bombay in the morning where James will go for his interview and then the same day, they have to catch a train to Jammu & Kashmir. But life as we know never goes according to our plans, the same happens in the novel.
The Forca Goa Foundation will present their work of empowerment and sustainability through football. Goa has many talented footballers that have done well in national and international stage. The foundation will talk about the local clubs and football stars of Goa, their own campaigns, future plans and ISL.
This is a fascinating documentary about the birds of Goa. Goa boasts more than 450 species of birds and has long been a top birdwatching destination. This documentary highlights the connections between classic Goan villages, forests surrounding it and the effect it has on birdlife.
João Renato Orecchia Zúñiga is an artist and performer who makes things with sound. Through experimentation and improvisation Orecchia investigates the materiality of sound, seeking a balance between computer technology, hand-made electronics and real world sounds like the human voice, field recordings and traditional musical instruments.
This summer of 2016, Sameer Thakur was invited to share sounds of his Morchung in Yakutsk, Russia at, convincingly, the world’s largest festival celebrating the traditions of the mouth harp.