A short trip to Goa never hurt anybody. Some sun, some sand, some tan and coconut water; what’s not to like? Add to that an event to celebrate the colours of India: where you can watch moving theatres and emotion-driven art pieces. It promises 8 days of immersive art experiences, 14 curators, 87 projects and a whole lot of fun. Also Read - Question in Goa Board's Class 10 English Exam Stokes Fresh Controversy
Serendipity Arts Festival, India’s first multidisciplinary arts event, will take off in Goa from the 15-22 December 2018. The fun and partying side of Goa is about to transform into a vibrant cultural space; the festival being committed to engaging the public and increasing awareness of how art can positively and deeply impact society. Also Read - Indian Railways News: Special Train From Delhi Won't Halt in This State From Today - Details Here
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Exploring Photographic Truths! The photograph thrives, as it adapts to an ever shifting contemporary. In today’s day and age, technology has changed the photograph, and transformed not only what is seen, but also how it is seen. In a post-truth technoshpere, the personal has increasingly become intimately political. The photographic object has been relocated in a multi-materiality of moving images, sound and everyday articles to create new meanings. At #SAF18 Intimate Documents, will showcase seven deeply engaged contemporary photography practices in South Asia, which examine the renewed visual language of the photograph. Enjoy the exhibition at Serendipity Arts Festival in Panaji, Goa from 15-22nd December. Exhibition Venue: Adil Shah Palace Dates: 15-22nd December Photography Credits: Sachini Perera & Natalie Soysa ( Projecting the Sri Lankan woman) #Photography #RaviAgarwal #Intimate #Documents #nataliesoysa #Personalispolitical #Goa #Goavibes #Goatrvael #Goadiaries #SerendipityArtsFestival #chanceupon #alwaysunfollow #BeAtSAF
It’ll be a coming together of 87 projects that’ll highlight India’s rich traditions of music, dance and theatre, alongside culinary arts, craft, and visual arts exhibitions. And will take place across 10 venues. Creating a balance between artistic liberty and accessibility, the projects will showcase art forms from different parts of the country to encourage cross-cultural exchanges. Projects like The Young Subcontinent curated by Riyas Komu; Out of Turn curated by Asia Art Archive and Meenakshi Thirukode; St+art curated by Hanif Qureishi and a Film Programme by Sabeena Gadihoke are going to be some interesting projects.
While the first two editions transformed and redefined perceptions of the arts whilst also energising arts production, awareness and practice across the country; the third edition of this festival will focus on developing cultural connections and supporting emerging artists across South Asia. Theatre performances designed for children, large-scale public installations in visual arts and photography, a variety of outdoor and evening music performances, culinary workshops and tastings are also a part of this extravagant showpiece.