Reviving the traditional performing art forms and rejuvenating the rich culturally heritage handed down by the nation’s elders to us finally takes center stage to enchant the world is what the “Serendipity Arts Festival – Goa 2017” is described by everyone who came and indulged in a deluge of talent and display of passionate moments that captivated their minds and souls.
The epic proportions of 5,23,000 man-hours spent in creating this grand festival which showcases age old traditional art forms that meet the modern and contemporary form of art, culture and culinary palette of visitors in Panjim at the Serendipity Arts Festival Goa 2017 powered by TCS.
The festival has multiple genres of curated and culinary arts, visual arts, craft and eminent theatre plays showcased for audiences of the likes of Lilette Dubey, Louis Banks, Ranjit Barot, and Shubha Mudgal, serenaded people on a beautifully curated performance the ‘River Raga’ are some renowned names participating in Serendipity Arts Festoval 2017, and many more. This festival highlights curated performing arts and musical ensembles which are conventional yet contemporary.
The aim of the festival was to rebuild and revive India’s diverse and varied legacy and heritage of performing arts. Observing the triumph, it gathered last year, it is a testament to the artists’ efforts in bringing forward such an exclusive talent pool on a national stage/platform.
With a selection of multiple venues and state-of-the-art infrastructure located by the Mandovi Riverbanks, Serendipity Arts Festival 2017 is set to host the largest set of artists ever to perform in an art festival. To get audiences to seamlessly move around India’s largest arts and cultural venue, surface transportation has been carefully planned for every guest attending this exclusive festival.
As India witnesses the on-going second edition of the much-discussed performing arts festival; Goa – Panjim, is dressed up and transformed into a plethora of activities set by the riverbanks of the Mandovi. Magnificent sets and stages, ten massively embellished venues, 900 artists participating in 70 thrilling and inspiring shows that are set to enthral Goa’s art connoisseurs and visitors alike.
The Serendipity Arts Festival took flight in 2016 and since has built a reputation of unadulterated splendour among Indian and global citizens. With a dazzling curated set of artists harnessing the strength from within to perform on a global stage; there are many who are already known figures in modern India and there are a set of new and upcoming artists ready to take forward the legacy of India’s diverse art forms.
The Serendipity Arts Trust aims awakening the sector and present a mind-blowing curated catalogue of various artists who have come from different corners of India and various Asian nations to popularize a dying tradition. Today, Serendipity Arts Festival-Goa 2017 has successfully swung the presence of the diversity in art into a massive festival appreciated by everyone who has set foot in the ten venues.
Serendipity Arts Festival – Goa 2017 also has been responsible for putting India on the world map for performing culinary cultural arts. This initiative is a personal passion of the patronage of Munjal, who has been involved personally in curating the Serendipity Arts Festival-Goa 2017.
This year is all about scale and pushing boundaries – Serendipity Arts Festival-Goa 2017, will be experimenting with site, form and display. Along with a line-up of scintillating programming spanning music, dance, theatre, visual arts, and culinary arts, this year’s edition is an unmissable spectacle of epic proportions.
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