Imagine the Mandovi river in Panaji with Goa’s heritage structures spread on the riverside providing the perfect canvas for the culmination of creativity. The recently concluded fourth edition of the Serendipity Arts Festival painted a picture on this canvas with their eight-day multidisciplinary creative extravaganza with a programming so nuanced yet extensive that it had something for everyone. With 12 diverse venues housing over 95 projects ranging from art exhibitions and installations to live performances and workshops, the Serendipity calendar is always one to look out for.
While multicultural art practices were in focus, projects pushing the boundaries of acceptance and politics could also be seen, making this multihyphenate in the truest sense. We tried to pack in as much as we could over two nights and here are our highlights: