The best talks, discussions, performances, films, and more! Only at Mindscape Festival - Navi Mumbai.
Schedule: Mindscape 2019
11-12-13 January 2019, CIDCO Urban Haat, CBD Belapur
No Tickets . No Registration. The entry is FREE FOR ALL.
Fri. | 11 Jan. 2019
ARCHITECTURE | 6:00 PM
Design to Death
Dr. Ravikant Singh and Dr. Peehu Pardeshi
Architecture and site planning have repercussions on public health. The session will highlight the need to review existing regulations and policies to make healthy smart cities. This talk is a part of Tekton Talks, hosted by PiCA, New Panvel.
SCIENCE ACTIVISM | 7:30 PM
Excursions in Science Activism
Dr. Aniket Sule
We are used to thinking of science as a collection of facts, definitions and equations which are mostly unrelated to our daily life. The session will highlight stories of recent movements for protection of scientific thought and what we learn from it.
MUSIC | 8:30 PM
High on folk songs and fun, the Goan band can belt out the right songs to get you grooving. So be prepared for a lot of 'Maria Pitache' and the likes of that as they perform.
Sat. | 12 Jan. 2019
SOCIOLOGY | 6:30 PM
How Young Indians Are Changing Their World
What happens when 100 million people suddenly start dreaming big, in a place where no one - families, teachers, employers, governments - is prepared for it? Listen to Snighda talk about how young Indians are using their imagination to create economic, political and cultural options in the unlikeliest of spaces.
ART | 7:15 PM
Past the Gatekeepers
The internet has changed the boundaries of art. In this talk, Indu will share her story of making art in the age of the internet. How has the internet affected art making? How has it affected the relationship between artist and audience? And who gets to create art? Are the rules changing? What kind of artistic play does it invite and allow?
LAW | 8:00 PM
A Friend Request from the Constitution
As technology becomes an integral part of our lives, there are individual and social issues which have come to dominate it. Using court judgements on 66A, the right to privacy and aadhaar, and mixing them with online campaigns such as those on net neutrality, this talk will spark the audience into a lively conversation on law, policy and technology.
DANCE | 8:45 PM
Bharat Natyam has always been synonymous with Carnatic (South Indian) music. With the dance form (Bharat Natyam) emerging as an all India style, watch Sumedha, talk and perform Nritya Ganga - the synthesis of Bharat Natyam and Hindustani classical music.
Sun. | 13 Jan. 2019
MUSIC | 6:30 PM
Indian Classical Music
Dr. Shalini Sinha, Dr. Sakshi Sharma, Dr. Priya Tiwari
The trio, (vocalist, violinist and tabla player) all academicians and musicians, shall take you through the history of Indian classical music interspersed with performances of traditional Ragas and semi classical compositions.
CRIME JOURNALISM | 7:30 PM
Crime & Punishment
Meenal Baghel is the editor of Mumbai Mirror, and the author of the critically acclaimed book of non-fiction 'Death in Mumbai' which deals with the murder of a television executive Neeraj Grover in Mumbai in 2008. She will be speaking on the theme of Crime and Punishment.
CINEMA | 8:15 PM
Amdavad Ma Famous
Set during the kaleidoscopic backdrop of the biggest kite-flying festival in India, ‘Amdavad Ma Famous’, witnesses the transformation of an 11-year-old Zaid from a boy next door to an aggressive and a passionate kite-runner, till he comes across a challenge that threatens to keep him away from the one thing he loves.
Searching for Saraswati
Shirley Abraham & Amit Madheshiya
Searching for Saraswati travels to Mughalwali village in Haryana, where, it is claimed, the mythical Saraswati river has been found.
- CIDCO`s URBAN HAAT
Belapur Railway Station Road, Sakaram Patil Marg, Sector 29,
CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai 400614