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.
How does art help in configuring spaces of dissent? Can different forms of expression create new imaginations and possibilities for a better future? Godrej India Culture Lab was proud to present Performing Protest: Staging Change through Art, an event that explored these questions through three incredible speakers who use their art forms in powerful ways to change society.27 October 2017Continue to Event
Lakmé Fashion Week, Harper’s Bazaar India, The Partition Museum in Amritsar and the Godrej India Culture Lab presented *The Partition Project,* an installation and conversation to mark 70 years of the 1947 Partition of the subcontinent into India and Pakistan.19 August 2017Continue to Event
This August marks 70 years since the largest mass migration in modern human history, the 1947 Partition of the subcontinent into India, Pakistan and later Bangladesh. We were proud to present *Remembering Partition: *Museum of Memories**, on August 4|5|6. The 3 days were packed with a range of discussions, performances, screenings, exhibitions and much more, all united by the common thread of Partition.4 August 2017Continue to Event
The Godrej India Culture Lab presented a world where performance leaves the realm of entertainment and enters the world of social mobilization and identity politics. We were proud to present *Performing Resistance: Tracing modern Maharashtra caste history through music* - an evening of discussion and performance that explored the intersection between caste, history and musical traditions.14 July 2017Continue to Event
The Godrej India Culture Lab is proud to present *We the Nation: Micro-narratives of Change * - a two day conference that showcases incredible organizations who are innovatively archiving, reporting and commenting on the changes taking place in contemporary Indian society. Their stories do not find space on the front pages of most national newspapers or talk time on the 9 pm news panels, nor do they fit the popular simplistic narrative about India as a global superpower on the rise.30 June 2017Continue to Event
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 2017Continue to Event
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 2017Continue to Event