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Culture Heritage and Our Future Cities

Apr 21, 2018 - Apr 22, 2018
11:00 AM - 08:00 PM
Kerala History Museum, Koonamthai,Edappally
Ernakulam,India View map →

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Culture, Heritage, and Our Future Cities Symposium

April 21- 22, 2018. Kerala Museum, Edapally. 

Tickets: 250 RS. DISCOUNT FOR ADVANCE PURCHASE. THE TICKET COVERS ENTRY TO ALL
ACTIVITIES BOTH DAYS, 2 MEALS, SNACK, AND A SYMPOSIUM INFORMATION PACKET. 

*SPECIAL OFFER: ONE DAY TICKETS OF RS. 150 WILL BE SOLD AT THE GATES OF THE SYMPOSIUM EVENT VENUE.

ACTIVITIES ONE DAY, 1 MEAL, 1 SNACK AND A SYMPOSIUM INFORMATION PACKET. 

**(IF THERE ARE SEATS AVAILABLE, THERE WILL BE SPECIAL TICKETING OF 50 RS PER SINGLE EVENT ONLY AT THE DOOR ON THE DAY OF SYMPOSIUM.)

Launched by Traveling Exchanges: Theatres, Architectures, and Heritage, a Fulbright-Nehru Research Project (2017-2018) in affiliation with the Madhavan Nayar Foundation—the Culture, Heritage, and Our Future Cities Symposium will feature speakers, performances, exhibits and an interactive installation.

 The Symposium, co-facilitated by Kanta Kochhar, Ph.D. a Fulbright-Nehru Senior Scholar, and KK Gopalakrishnan, a writerand cultural critic of the Kerala Performing Arts and Director of the Kuttiyattam Kendra (2010-2016), includes collaborative work from the Traveling Exchanges Research Team, contributing scholars and artists, and a screening of the winners of Films for the Future, a Traveling Exchanges Short Documentary Film Competition.

The Culture, Heritage, and Our Future Cities Symposium explores how culture and heritage can play an important role in the ways we shape our future cities. The program investigates models of “performing heritage” in South India, more particularly, Kerala, and focus on how Kochi, as a port city, acts as a space of transfer, visibility, and renewal for the performing arts, with a special focus on daveli, kalaripayattu, and kuttiyattam. This discussion will, in turn, serve to highlight how performances can travel through a variety of staging venues from temples, kalaris, stages, and museums. These “traveling exchanges” can, according to the Symposium organizers, inspire new contours of performances that help make the heritage industries more economically viable, culturally visible, and socially empowering.

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