The Charpai Project

The Charpai Project

Venue Old GMC Complex
Discipline Special Project
Project by Ayush Kasliwal
Artists Ayush Kasliwal

Date 15 Dec | 16 Dec | 17 Dec | 18 Dec | 19 Dec | 20 Dec | 21 Dec | 22 Dec | 23 Dec
Time 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

The Charpai Project installation is back at Serendipity Arts Festival! This engaging and interactive work is representative of furniture that is truly Indian. The charpai is a rectangular wooden frame having four legs (hence the word charpai), with a woven fiber/ fabric as the surface. It is used .across the Indian subcontinent, particularly in the hot and relatively dry regions of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra. 

Disclaimer: We would like to thank you all for your overwhelming response to the Festival! It is this enthusiasm that makes our return to Panjim all the more special. Performances and workshops have limited seating. Those who had pre-registered for a performance/workshop will be given preference for entry. Beyond that, if seats are left, entry will be allowed on a first come first serve basis.
We appreciate your patience and understanding in this matter.

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