The spellbinding response to the inaugural day of Krishnakriti Festival on Thursday, will add a new dimension on Friday that will be as equally motivational as also inspirational.
The event, being organised by the proven combination of Kalakriti Art Gallery and Lahoti Foundation in collaboration with Bonjour India Festival, has lined up some interesting programmes for Day two.
An authoritative panel discussion on 'Cultural Financing' is being organised from 11am to 12pm in collaboration with The Indus Entrepreneurs (TIE). Among those who will speak on the occasion will be Bose Krishnamachari, Kochi- Muziris Biennale; MallikaAhluwalia, CEO, Partition Museum; AmanNayar, The Times Group; and the Confederation of Indian Industries.
Other exciting programmes that have been slotted include screening of select films with Bonjour India at Alliance Francaise, Banjara Hills; Botanika, Jayaberi Enclave, Gachibowli (Open to all) and Secunderabad Club (Only for members of the Club). The screenings will commence at 7.30pm.
A preview of a vibrant exhibition 'Space, Time And Place: The Culture of Indian Maps' from the exclusive collection of Kalakriti Archives and Go- Places (Hyderabad) by OrijitSen will be inaugurated by H.E. Alexander Ziegler, Ambassador of France to India at 7pm in Telangana State Gallery of Fine Art, Kavuri Hills.
The august gathering will include Mr Peter T Hassan, Hon Consul for Russian Federation in Hyderabad; Mr YVN Krishna mu rti, Director, NRSO; Mr ArijitSarker, VP (Global Campaign Operations) Google India and Mr Venkatesh B, Secretary, Tourism, Government of Telangana State.
We reassure that such sessions and programmes will be part of the agenda till the grand finale on January 07, 2018.
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