#FeministAdda

What's Sex Got To Do With It? A Public Adda

18 April 2017

What's sex got to do with it? A lot. A little. Nothing. Everything.

It all depends on your point of view. Point of View and the Godrej India Culture Lab were proud to present 'What's Sex Got To Do With It? A public adda' with four fabulous feministas: Mona, Paro, Geeta, Bish.

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DECODING THE DIGITAL WORLD

Navigating The Content Trap with Bharat Anand

10 February 2017

The Godrej India Culture Lab collaborated with Harvard Business School India Research Centre to present a special lecture by master business strategist Bharat Anand

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A Fashion Show, Panel discussion and more!

Fashion Funda – A Dharavi Design Dialogue

1 February 2017

Godrej India Culture Lab returned for its signature pop up at Lakmé Fashion Week. This time we collaborated with SNEHA (an NGO that has done extensive work in Dharavi) for ‘Fashion Funda – A Dharavi Design Dialogue’. 

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Love In A Time Of Hate – A Masterclass by Nusrat Durrani

27 January 2017

The media revolution brought about by the confluence of globalization, social platforms and technology has created unprecedented opportunity to connect the world and create bridges of understanding. It is also a historic chance to create true value by showcasing the humanity and diversity of the interconnected world we live in. 

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Special Events

These are large-scale events, like conferences, lectures, and spectacles like the pop-up Museum of Memories that we organize, sometimes collaboratively. Join us for our events and tell your friends about them as well. Most of our events are open to the public with RSVP.

What's Sex Got To Do With It? A Public Adda

What's sex got to do with it? A lot. A little. Nothing. Everything. It all depends on your point of view. Point of View and the Godrej India Culture Lab were proud to present 'What's Sex Got To Do With It? A public adda' with four fabulous feministas: Mona, Paro, Geeta, Bish.18 April 2017

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Navigating The Content Trap with Bharat Anand

The Godrej India Culture Lab collaborated with Harvard Business School India Research Centre to present a special lecture by master business strategist *Bharat Anand*. 10 February 2017

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Fashion Funda – A Dharavi Design Dialogue

Godrej India Culture Lab returned for its signature pop up at *Lakmé Fashion Week.* This time we collaborated with *SNEHA* (an NGO that has done extensive work in Dharavi) for *‘Fashion Funda – A Dharavi Design Dialogue’. *1 February 2017

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Love In A Time Of Hate – A Masterclass by Nusrat Durrani

The media revolution brought about by the confluence of globalization, social platforms and technology has created unprecedented opportunity to *connect the world and create bridges of understanding*. It is also a historic chance to create true value by showcasing the *humanity and diversity* of the interconnected world we live in. 27 January 2017

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Mumbai Pride @IndiaCultureLab

The Godrej India Culture Lab celebrated Pride 2017 in Viva Vikhroli. We collaborated with KASHISH, South Asia’s largest queer film festival and the Gaysi Family to present a whole day of queer programming at the Lab.21 January 2017

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Private Matters - Politics and Sexuality in Performance

Where do the public and private intersect in performance? How do artists infuse their practice with their politics? Dance Dialogues and Godrej India Culture Lab presented 'Private Matters - Politics and Sexuality in Performance' to explore this and more.15 December 2016

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Lavani LIVE!

Start your December with a bang! Godrej India Culture Lab is delighted to present Lavani LIVE!, a day-long extravaganza that explores the divergent histories, styles, and discourses around Lavani.  3 December 2016

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Subcultures to SabCulture: A Public Adda on Newness in Contemporary India

Words like ‘trending’, ‘cutting edge’, and ‘en vogue’ index the ways in which newness captivates the popular imagination. New things, be they mobile apps, art forms, ideas, or ways of doing old things, excite us in part because they agitate what exists, what is mundane, what is normal. Subcultures, from music to food to politics to fashion, act similarly, disrupting our senses, challenging what we think we know and how the world is ordered. 11 November 2016

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