Open Space together with the Film and Television Institute of India organized the screenings of two films in the main auditorium of the FTII on the evening of 13th Feb, 2013. The films saw a turnout of roughly sixty five viewers of all ages, students as well as older interested parties.
Eleven participants gathered at Open Space to do preliminary work on the Open Space-Saaz Aggarwal project on gathering oral histories about partition from their grandparents and friends’ grandparents.
Why Loiter? was the first workshop in our Stop Violence Against Women Campaign. A large number of students, approximately thirty, participate in exercises that attempted to identify and analyze a number of things such as how women tend to manufacture security for themselves through dress and action.
Rabea Murtaza teaches Community Work and Social Service Work at Sheridan College in Toronto, Canada.
The discussions on Indian music have been predominantly on theoretical aspects and mainly by theoreticians and not by practicing musicians. In this three day workshop