There were loads of exhibits by various artists,giving Kala Ghoda a feel and look of a techno mela.
This car was covered all over by coins by the artist and looked like it’s glam avataar.
This poster painted by Dhirubhai Ambani school kids was very colorful and brought out the true spirit of the festival.
This handpainted banner is from NSS Hill Spring International
Check out this rocking chair made with thick cardboard,and mind you ,it is strong enough to take upto 50-60 kilos of weight.The cardboard horse was another one which caught my fancy.
This poster reminds me of the wonderful Lavani dance performance by these lovely women ,representing the spirit of aamchi Mumbai ,that I could’nt watch as it was at a different venue.
SOME QUIRKY ONES ;
|Happiness was on sale!|
|Mumbai Dabba walas,how could we miss them!|
|The beetle Vespa,wish it could fly!|
|A flying auto?|
Apart from the programme list it is also important to know where the various activities are being held or you can get lost.I am putting across a list of venues where the festival is being held.So a good idea would be to plan which activity you want to do on a particular day and then according to venue choose.Also almost all workshops have on the spot registrations half an hour before the actual time and seats are limited.
Circle Garden – this beautiful set of gardens is dedicated to the Festival all nine days; the garden has a stage with seating and hosts theatre.
Khana -will be for children’s literature
Hall(CSMVS) -for cinema
– for cinema