Attending the meetup is free but requires prior registration. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your spot!
Angkor Hangover is a series of photography events to be held in various cities across Asia as a way to introduce photography community to bodies of work created during the Angkor Photo Festival in Cambodia every year. The first one was held in Yangon, Myanmar. More info here: http://angkor-photo.com/
Join us for an evening of photography slideshow projections by photographers across Asia who attended the 2016 Angkor Photo Workshop in Cambodia. This event is meant to be an introduction and interactive session for people interested in attending the workshop. Andrea Fernandes, member of the organizing committee of the Angkor Photo Workshop will be present to introduce the session. Past participants and photographers Aishwarya Arumbakkam, Zishaan Akbar Latif and Karen Dias will also be present to share their experiences of attending the workshop.
We will begin with a short introductory note by Andrea Fernandes followed by a 45 minute set of multimedia projections by photographers from China, India, Philippines, Vietnam, Russia and Bangladesh. Andrea, Aishwarya, Zishaan and Karen will be available to answer questions regarding the workshop at the end of the session.
This event is open to everyone.
We request everyone to please be on time.
Applications for the workshop to be held in December 2018 are now open: http://angkor-photo.com/apply-workshops/
Meethil Momaya and Ahalya Naidu Momaya, founders of Trilogy say, “Trilogy has been our labour of love and we love being part of the literary journey of a city. We were really shocked to find out that there are almost no inclusive bookshops in the city that stock books in Braille. We need to change that and we are inspired by the determination and passion Upasana has channeled into White Print. It’s an honour to be part of her journey that affects so many readers who deserve more attention and lots more books! Avid readers ourselves, we can barely begin to understand the frustration they must be feeling of not having enough books at hand, and that is why we look forward to building our collection of books in Braille.”
Chomp! Chomp! Chew! Chew!
Slippery lychees, squishy jamuns, sour tamarinds, shiny spinach – is that a food monster over there?
Come by for an interactive session and create your own food monster! Get to know about the treats we can eat through the year!
Fill up this form here, we have limited seats, so please ensure that your child (or you!) do not have prior commitments, so we can minimise last-minute cancellations.
Simon Roberts is a British photographer whose work deals with our relationship to landscape and notions of identity and belonging.
He has published four critically acclaimed monographs, Motherland (Chris Boot, 2007), We English (Chris Boot, 2009) – voted as one of the best photography books of the past decade, Pierdom (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2013) & Merrie Albion (Dewi Lewis Publishing, 2017). Simon will take us through his journey as photographer/photobook maker and share nuances of his practice.
Come join us!
Date: Feb 12, 2018
Tea: 6.30 pm
Created in Bombay in 2015, BIND is a platform for contemporary photography, with a specific interest for the photobook.
Gadhegals are stone steles (with or without inscriptions) which are erected as land grant charters where punishment for non-compliance is the curse that the mother of one who violates the charter will be made to copulate with an ass (donkey). Dr. Kurush F. Dalal explains the significance of this enigmatic sculptural phenomenon.
Audience: This event is for a mature audience, 18 years and above.
Follow this link to register and pay online for the ticket. You can choose to pay at the venue, but registration is essential.
Come by for an interactive session with Proiti Roy. Make book covers and illustrate your favourite stories with children’s illustrator Proiti Roy. Get behind the scenes, as she shares what went into the making of some of her gorgeously illustrated picture books.
Proiti Roy is nominated for the Big Little Book Award! The Awards are on Sunday at Tata Lit Live! So, drop in, wish her luck and take a look at her beautiful illustrations.