Whether you’re a traveller or have lived in a single place all your life, a place always has more to it -- a past that’s learnt only through its people, structures and things left behind.
Knowing about the past is always an opportunity to learn about our identities, transformations in the society and, most importantly, not repeating mistakes.
Like any place, the little state of Goa has a past that’s not just recounted in books stacked in libraries but in architecture and art seen throughout the state. If you’re a Goa lover or simply a history buff, here’s an opportunity to delve into the soul of Goa’s vibrant past.
On October 5, head to Goa Marriott Resort and Spa for an international symposium on ‘Teaching Goan History through Art and Architecture’, organised by Kelli Wood in association with Fulbright India. Attendees will require to register for the same at email@example.com.
Two panel discussions will be held where renowned panelists like Dr Vishvesh P Kandolkar, Dr Fleur D’Souza, Natasha Fernandes, Architect Noah Fernandes, Dr Kelli Wood, Prof Nagendra Rao and Prof Amita Kanekar will share their expertise which will be moderated by Leandre D’ Souza, Creative Director, Sunapranta Goa Centre for the Arts and Architect Shifa B Khan, Assistant Professor at Goa College of Architecture.