Kala Swarg traditional and cultural arts workshops co-organised by Tinker Creations and The International Centre Goa will be held till February 23. Details: 9049399848 / email@example.com.
‘Earth, Sand & Fire: The Consequences’ – an exhibition of handcrafted ceramics and glass by Ramdas Gadekar and Nandini Datta will be held from January 18 to February 5 at Carpe Diem, Majorda. Details: 2881035.
‘ARTmosphere’ will include the exhibition of drawings and paintings of five Goan artists from January 20 to 27 at the Shashi Art Balcao, Varca.
‘Mask UnMask’, an art exhibition by Querozito de Souza is on till February 24 at Cube Gallery, Moira. Details: 9422806748.
The tenth edition of Semana da Cultura Indo Portuguesa (Goa) will come to a close with ‘Noite de Encerramento’, a gala evening of delectable cuisine, dance and foot stomping music on January 25 at Radisson Blu, Cavelossim. Details: 9823206426.
A workshop on story-centred learning of English with David Vale will be held on January 25, 10 a.m. at Bookworm Goa. This workshop will explore how your local stories can be created and used to support literacy and language development (English, as well as L1) across the curriculum. Details: 9823222665.
International Customs Day will be celebrated on January 25, 4 p.m. at Custom House, Mormugao. The theme of the celebration is ‘The swift and smooth cross-border movement of goods, people and means of transport’.
Friday Balcao, the fortnightly discussion event will be held on January 25, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Goa Desc Resource Centre No11 Liberty Apartments, Feira Alta, Mapusa and will focus on the importance of Voter Awareness Forums and Electoral Literacy Clubs in Goa. Details: firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of Kitaab: Books In Discussion, Caroline Collasso, Human Rights Law Network will be discussing ‘Honesty Victimised CBI Politicised’ by Rear Admiral BR Menon (Retd), former Chairman and Managing Director, Goa Shipyard Limited on January 25, 5 p.m. at The International Centre Goa, Dona Paula.
Bookworm invites you to a Poetry Retreat in January 2019. The retreat will be an immersive experience for educators to refresh themselves with poetry facilitated by Jane Sahi. It will be a time of sharing, creating and critically responding to poems. The sessions would endeavour to open the boundaries around poetry so that as adults we come into closer touch with poetry so that we can open it up for others and most particularly children. Experiences of surprise, delight, empathy and insight in poetry would best prepare us for sharing poetry with others. Dates: 26th and 27th January Venue: Bookworm Library, Mala, Panjim Goa