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Serendipity Arts Festival
Opinion  /  Published 12.10.21

What if Calcutta was to take a two-week breather

Perhaps it is easier for smaller towns to dedicate themselves completely to a festival for a few days than it is for big cities. My first experience of this was in 1975: at the age of fifteen, I got t...
By Ruchir Joshi

Arts  /  Published 07.12.20

A peek into Serendipity Arts Virtual

With the pandemic forcing the world to rethink our approach to the arts, is there any major change that we can expect in the physical festival when that happens? We, as a festival — and I am su...
By Anannya Sarkar

Opinion  /  Published 25.12.18

Art transforms a town

In the second half of December, the air conditioners in Panjim are still on, full blast. Late in the evening, the breeze comes off the river and makes the paper star lanterns twist a bit but otherwise...
By Ruchir Joshi

Culture  /  Published 31.01.20

Rahaab Allana’s ‘Look, Stranger!’

At a time when art is steadily and surely transcending norms to no longer remain contained in labelled boxes — or, in this case, sections of the art gallery — Rahaab Allana’s transmedia exhibiti...
By Anannya Sarkar

Culture  /  Published 15.01.20

The art of expression

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 th...
By The Telegraph

Arts  /  Published 22.11.19

A serendipitous celebration of art in all its myriad forms

The fourth edition of the multidisciplinary Serendipity Arts Festival is all set to encompass the Panaji landscape with the buzz of art in its myriad forms, starting December 15. Exhibitions, performa...
By Anannya Sarkar


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