Pantaleão Fernandes is a Goan author and Photographer will be showing us how the traditional Goan professions are dying due to modernism. He will also allow you to witness some locals demonstrating their work to you at the venue while he speaks about it. Pantaleão is a Goa-based writer, photographer and ethnographer. Being very passionate … Continue reading The Dying Professions of Goa – Talk by Pantaleao Fernandes | Reis Magos Fort – 12th Feb Wednesday 10 am
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
Convergence : Rediscovering Heritage Through Technology : An exploration of changing contexts in innovation through objects from the Goa Chitra Ethnographic Museum. The Presentation-Talk-Demo brings together India Foundation for the Arts – Goa Chitra Museum fellows Aparajita Bhasin and Lina Vincent as they highlight the techniques and philosophies of why and how we design and … Continue reading Convergence : Rediscovering Heritage Through Technology | 13th May, 7.30 pm, #mondayfixgoa at 6 Assagao
In this talk, Prof. Prajal Sakharkhande will take us through a journey of Goan Heritage looking at multiple aspects – social, political, economic, cultural and historical. This will be an overview of History and Heritage of Goa from ancient times to 2019. Goa has a long history of not only politics but also of social, … Continue reading Goan Heritage | Talk by Prajal Sakhardande | Cafe Dona, Aldona April 26th, 7.30 pm
Sanjeev Sardesai shall try to cover the lesser known aspects of Goa, especially what is in the hinterlands & interspersed with festivals & folk arts of Goa. The period covered is approx 3500 million years ago till present times, in brief. He will include a small part of the “Hippie” years”, though not exhaustive.
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.