Kala ghoda Art Festival 2014


It is never too late to be what you might have been.
-George Eliot

Learn more about arts, lifestyle, photography, dance, cinema, theatre, music and food with Workshops at the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival.
Masters from respective fields come together, to conduct a variety of workshops every day through the course of the festival and are for all ages, mostly adults. Conducted at Artisans’, Artists' Centre and Gallery ICIA. The workshops REQUIRE NO REGISTRATION, and participants are welcome on FIRST CUM FIRST SERVE BASIS.
Our thematic for the 2014 festival is ‘ACCELERATION’.
Be part of our world and look out for the programs in this exciting section.

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11.30am - 1.00pm at ARTISTS' CENTRE

Sherry Merchant is a Bombay based feng Shui consultant, fully qualified in classical feng shui and BAZI (Chinese Astrology). She has lent her expertise to residences, offices and schools and is internationally known for teaching Chinese Metaphysics.


12.00pm - 2.00pm at ARTISANS'

Nina Sabnani is a story teller who uses film, illustration and writing to inform and enlighten her audience. She has graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts Vadodara, and her doctoral research focused on Rajasthan's Kaavad story telling tradition. 

Ankit Chadha is a writer, storyteller and Gandhi-lover who brings together literature, history and performance. 

AVID BRINGS The Art of Flamenco (Performing Arts) Lecture/Demonstration

3.00pm - 5.00pm at ICIA GALLERY

Lecture + Demo with international Flamenco performers.

1. Shehzeen Cassum(Danseuse)

2. Nicte Mendoza(Danseuse)

3. Joshua Sierles(Guitarist)

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AVID brings Me & My Plays (Theatre) Book Launch/Reading

6.00pm - 8.00pm at ICIA GALLERY

Book Reading

Recent Works by Mahesh Dattani


Speakers-Mahesh Dattani( Playwright)

Jehan Manekshaw.(Theatre Director)

Mumbai launch of Mahesh Dattani's latest book, in conversation with Jehan Manekshaw.