Goa Chitra Ethnographic Museum has over the last few years been organising various workshops and performances that promote ethnic and contemporary performance art practices. In keeping with this, the museum will host kathak performer, Sumedha Bhattacharyya and ghumott player, Inacio Madeira as they perform Project Travelling Water on August 24, 7 p.m.
Project Travelling Water was conceived by the two artists during their residency at Live Hive, Siolim. This an international community building project, aimed at creating a network between Goan, Indian and international artists, creating an opportunity for them to function in a broader inter disciplinary exchange.
The performance creates a new dialogue between traditional Kathak dance and Goan folk music, all the while observing water, its micro-narratives, its evolving nature and likening the human body to a dynamic water vessel. The movement performance also explores a deep inwardness and negotiates the water crisis we face today. The performance will be staged in Goa Chakra. Gear up for a magical and intimate evening of dance and music. Seats are limited. Details: 9650690956 | 0832 2772910/11