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India’s biggest and most cerebral education and thought event — The New Indian Express’ ThinkEdu Conclave — is back with its eighth edition.
A cry from the art: In the backdrop of political turmoil, Indian art turns its gaze inwards to the country's diverse folk, subjugated and alternative narratives
Indulge reports on the Serendipity Arts Festival...
Serendipity Arts Festival is back in Goa with a diverse lineup of events, inter-disciplinary projects
The Serendipity Arts Festival is set to take place in Panaji, Goa from 15 - 22 December and will include over 100 projects showcasing visual, performing and culinary arts projects.
The curatorial panel for the fourth edition of the Serendipity Arts Festival, an eight-day multi-disciplinary arts event held in the Goan capital of Panaji, has been announced.
The Serendipity Festival has established itself as a platform for artists to collaborate, with a view to create something truly unique, inter-disciplinary and appealing to each of the human senses.
The Culinary Arts is curated by Odette Mascarenhas, food historian and critic, author and television host and Rahul Akerkar, one of Mumbai’s leading restaurant moguls.
The focus this year in several of the performance events will be looking at gender issues, as well as LGBTQ+ community.
Highlights of this year’s music projects include Sounds in my Head, an immersive, surreal and transformative sound experience, among others.
With over a dozen experts for curators, over 1,500 artists and no less than 90 projects, the Serendipity Art Festival in Goa is set to be the most extravagant celebration of everything Indian.
India’s first multi-disciplinary arts event, the Serendipity Arts Festival 2018 ignites Goa from the 15-22 December 2018.
Artist Parvathi Nayar along with veteran dancer and cultural ambassador Leela Samson take a look around affairs of the arts in the city, with a view to make the best of what’s around.
The month-long, multi-city event features nearly 70 public engagement events, including heritage walks, baithaks (talks), workshops and instameets in nearly 20 cities, and more.
Here's how millennial dancers take tradition to a global audience with diverse expectations
The Online Heritage Film Festival is one among the many events scheduled for India Heritage Walk Festival (IHWF) in February 2018. It is a month-long, multi-city event.
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