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Whose Land Is It Anyway?

12 October 2019

What constitutes development and at whose cost? Are there more collaborative pathways to development and sustainability? Do those who have historically lived and preserved their environments have any control over their futures? Whose Land is it Anyway? These were the questions that our event explored. The event was an incredible and moving experience. We are so grateful to everyone who made this event such an amazing success!

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The Great Indian Fandom Conference

20 September 2019

The Godrej India Culture Lab hosted The Great Indian Fandom Conference, a two-day affair that brought together experts and practitioners to discuss fandom, possibilities, communities and love! 

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#MigrationMuseum

Migration Museum

8 June 2019

Migration Museum enquired into migration in contemporary India through conversations, films and art. It was an exploration of identity and how our histories are not just concerned with time but also the geographies we've shaped and inhabited. It was the graduation project of the second batch of Godrej India Culture Lab's Leadership Programme. 

Watch the Migration Museum aftermovie here, a video of Professor Chinmay Tumbe here and Shalim Hussain's Miyah Poetry Performance here

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#SoManyFeminisms

So Many Feminisms!

17 February 2019

On February 16 and 17, we collaborated with Zubaan Books for 'So Many Feminisms!', a grand feminist conclave which paid tribute to the multiple feminisms in India and celebrated the many futures that it continues to pave the way for.

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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.

Whose Land Is It Anyway?

What constitutes development and at whose cost? Are there more collaborative pathways to development and sustainability? Do those who have historically lived and preserved their environments have any control over their futures? *Whose Land is it Anyway?* These were the questions that our event explored. The event was an incredible and moving experience. We are so grateful to everyone who made this event such an amazing success!12 October 2019

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The Great Indian Fandom Conference

The Godrej India Culture Lab hosted The Great Indian Fandom Conference, a two-day affair that brought together experts and practitioners to discuss fandom, possibilities, communities and love! 20 September 2019

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Migration Museum

Migration Museum enquired into migration in contemporary India through conversations, films and art. It was an exploration of identity and how our histories are not just concerned with time but also the geographies we've shaped and inhabited. It was the graduation project of the second batch of Godrej India Culture Lab's Leadership Programme.  Watch the Migration Museum aftermovie here[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fv_2He1SdBs], a video of Professor Chinmay Tumbe here[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRoNZEjnxM0] and Shalim Hussain's Miyah Poetry Performance here[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Y_aOD4po48]. 8 June 2019

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So Many Feminisms!

On February 16 and 17, we collaborated with Zubaan Books for 'So Many Feminisms!', a grand feminist conclave which paid tribute to the multiple feminisms in India and celebrated the many futures that it continues to pave the way for.17 February 2019

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Queeristan - So Many Queer Indias

So Many Queer Indias revolved around the numerous collectives and individuals who are working for LGBTQ rights, and who are often ignored by dominant media narratives.26 January 2019

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Queeristan - Caste and Queerness

We celebrated Mumbai Pride month at our lab with Queeristan which featured two spectacular events exploring intersections that shape Indian queerness. 18 January 2019

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Urban Lens 2018

We were proud to collaborate with the *Indian Institute for Human Settlements* to present the fifth edition of the *Urban Lens Film Festival*. The festival that showcases films about cities, came to Mumbai on December 7 & 8 after successful editions in Bengaluru and New Delhi.7 December 2018

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Manto Now: Free speech in contemporary India

Viacom18 Motion Pictures and Godrej India Culture Lab brought you a special conversation as *a precursor to the national release of Nandita Das’ film Manto.* * *7 September 2018

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