Valerie D'Silva

EXPRESSIVE ARTS WORKSHOP

Singer/Songwriter Valerie will conduct an interactive creative workshop for participants from 11 years upwards. Duration 2 hours, all material provided. Just bring your imagination!  Limited Seats. REGISTER NOW!

Thursday

February 13 

3 pm 

Travelling Library

GUIDED DRAWING WITH LIZ KEMP

Community Artist, Liz Kemp will conduct an instructive and fun drawing workshop for artistically inclined people of all ages. All materials will be provided. REGISTER NOW!

Thursday

February 13 

1 pm 

Flyin Munki x Bandit

LIVE GRAFFITI ART

Watch Flyin' Munki do his stuff over 2 days, as he uses spray paints to create a funky wall sized graffiti on canvas. This will later be converted into equally funky bags by Bandit.

Thursday

February 13 

4 pm 

Madhavi Gore

PERFORMANCE ART

Artist Madhavi Gore enacts in the role of an artist, exposing process in drawing and how time and performativity is an essential material in the creative act and its sustainability.

Thursday

February 13 

3 pm 

Rochelle Dsilva

POETRY PERFORMANCE

Poet and spoken word artist, Rochelle enacts her poems on longing and belonging as a theatrical performance, accompanied by musician and guitarist Valerie D'Silva. 

Thursday

February 13 

5 pm 

Shyamant Behal

CLASSICAL GUITAR PERFORMANCE

Classical guitarist Shyamant performs compositions from various regions of South America. He will also perform duets accompanied by Ivan Arthur on the Mandolin.

 

Thursday

February 13 

6 pm 

The Coffee Cats

JAZZ-FUNK PERFORMANCE 

The Coffee Cats, a young jazz-funk and fusion band will play original compositions which are influenced by diverse musical genres and culminate in a unique sound, all their own.

 

Thursday

February 13 

8 pm 

Bhisaji Gadekar

PERFORMANCE ART

Artist Bhisaji creates an original space which greatly influences his performance. Using live music, lighting and make up, he enacts the process of gender transformation. 

Friday

February 14 

4 pm 

Pragya Bhagat

"Poems to Men"

Poetry reading and spoken word about nonsense, about memories, about trauma, about belonging, about what it means to inhabit the body of a woman. 

Friday

February 14 

5 pm 

Sonia Shirsat

FADO CONCERT

"Long Live the Queen" is performed by fadista Sonia Shirsat along with her students as a  tribute to Amalia Rodrigues, acknowledged as the 'Queen of Fado'.

 

Friday

February 14 

6 pm 

Tritha Sinha 

ELECTRO-FOLK MUSIC

A vocalist, composer and music producer, Tritha re-interprets her classical roots as she enthrals the audience with her unique style of electro-folk and live loop music.  

 

Friday

February 14 

8 pm 

Travelling Library

STORY TELLING SESSION WITH VENITA COELHO

Writer & Artist Venita will read  from her children's books - Dungeon Tales, Boy No. 32  and from her latest book 'All of Me'. Age groups :  7 years and above and children at heart ! REGISTER NOW!

 

Saturday

February 15 

3 pm 

Nikhil Chopra 

PERFORMANCE ART

Nikhil Chopra performs using the walls around him to create live art. Reflecting on issues of identity and role play, he includes the process of transformation as his expression of art.   

Saturday

February 15 

4 pm 

Sushila Mendonca 

POETRY READING

Sushila will read her poems which rebel against the norm and ruminate on religion, relationships, aging, sexuality and memories of a Goa long forgotten.

Saturday

February 15 

5 pm 

Impana Kulkarni 

DANCE-PLAY

Impana's 'Nagdo' is a story of truth, love and faith. Her dance explores the purity of a child's heart and the truth in ancient beliefs through the story of Loliem's Nagdo Betal.

Saturday

February 15 

6.30 pm 

Hawa

SUFI MUSIC PERFORMANCE 

With Mohamed Alnuma on oud and vocals, Raul Sengupta on percussion and Adrien Braud on clarinet, Hawa draws inspiration form the Sufi poetic soul to create original compositions. 

Saturday

February 15 

8 pm 

Priyal Woodpecker

POETRY PERFORMANCE

Priyal identifies herself as a multiverse gypsy clown. Her provocative poetry explores the nature of identity, gender, violence, love, sexuality, dissent, ecology, feminism & freedom.

Sunday

February 16

3 pm 

Raviraj Naik

JUNK PERCUSSION WORKSHOP

Bring your junk from home - plastic bottles, metal tins or pots 'n' pans and take part in this fun percussion workshop by Raviraj. Open to all ages. Limited Seats. REGISTER NOW! 

Sunday

February 16

3 pm 

Children's Play

Final performance enacted by the participants of the Children's Theatre Workshop conducted by Arundhati Chattopadhyay. 

Sunday

February 16

5 pm 

Govez

FOLK FUNK MUSIC

Reggie Goveas on vocal and guitar performs original compositions accompanied by Vishal Singh on electric guitar and Manu Ananthanarayan on percussion and vocals. 

Sunday

February 16

6 pm 

Okedo & King Prawns

ELECTRONIC MUSIC

Dance the evening away to the sound of Okedo and King Prawns as they perform electronic music with artistic video projections that visualise their music.

 

Sunday

February 16

8 pm 

 

The visual arts exhibition will remain open everyday from 1pm to 10pm

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