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Saturday 11th November 10 – 5 pm
India Street Bazaar: Type Writers Workshop AMD – GLA 17

Type writers workshop – by Emlyn Firth, Soyab Khatri and Hitesh Malaviya (Rocky)
Venue: Shahibag block printing workshop


Sunday 12th November 6 pm
Red Becoming by Avni Sethi

A performance art piece by Avni Sethi responding to the shared textile heritage of India and Scotland – Turkey Red
Open Event


Tuesday 14th November 6 – 8 pm
When Women Talk

Venue: Conflictorium
Hosted by designer, Harshada Patil professional women will discuss how they manage their commitments to their personal and professional lives, working in Ahmedabad today.


Wednesday 15th November 4 – 6 pm
The Colour Red: Art Therapy Workshop by Disha Trivedi

Venue: Conflictorium
Audience: Conflictorium Neighborhood children (up to 20)
Age Group: 8- 12 years
Disha Trivedi, art therapist will introduce the children to the exhibition and talk about the colour red – what does it mean to them, what has been its importance in history, what do they have that is red? When do they wear red colour? What other colours are special to them?


Friday 17th November  7 pm
Textual Forms 

A collaborative talk on letterforms by Rocky (of Indian Type Foundry)  and  Emlyn Firth (of A Visual Agency)
Venue: Conflictorium
Open Event


Saturday 18th November 10 am – 4 pm
Colour Pattern and Overlay workshop: Gabriella and LOkesh

Venue: Block printed workshop Sahibagh
Audience: MSU Baroda students 12
Taking place at The Block Printing Workshop Sahibagh, participants will be working with existing blocks and developing 2 repeat patterns with Gabriella Marcella and LOkesh Ghai. Baroda have a big turkey red collection, so we will visit that.


Sunday 19th November 7 am  
Industrial Heritage Walk

Visiting the Industrial History of Ahmedabad with a walk through Mirzapur
Meeting point: Conflictorium
Call Simran- 8980266688 to register, Rs 300 per participant

What is the story of the industrial heritage of Ahmedabad? How did Ahmedabad become the Manchester of the East? Ahmedabad has recently been designated as first World Heritage city of India. It will be a 2.5 hour affair ending with breakfast.

Curated and narrated by Abrar Ali Syed, Assistant Professor Entrepreneurship and Family Business, Ahmedabad University


Saturday 18th November 10 am – 5 pm
GLA – AMD Type Workshop

Type Writers Workshop is a collaborative project, taking place in Ahmedabad and Glasgow at around the same time. The workshop will take its starting point from Turkey red, and the common ground between designers working in Ahmedabad and Glasgow today.

In Ahmedabad, working with Master Blockprinter Soyab Kathri and Graphic Designer Emlyn Firth, participants will work with font blocks in a range of Devanagari script to consider ideas around self, identity, and communication through design and print.

In Glasgow, led by designers Neil McGuire, Edwin Pickstone and Ruth Kirby, participants will devise and develop their own font, and produce a set of words that speak about who they are.  

Everyone involved will have an opportunity to discuss their work in progress with their counterparts via various channels (Skype, Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram). The outcome of the workshops will come together in an exhibition of work in both Ahmedabad and Glasgow in January 2018.

For more information about the project go to www.indiastreetbazaar.net or check our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/IndiaStreetProject/ to find more details of how to get involved.


Sunday 19th November 3.30 – 5.30 pm
Colour therapy workshop for adults- Disha Trivedi

Venue: Conflictorium
Colour Therapy Workshop for adults
Experience the feelings/ emotions that the reds bring in your heart through an arts and healing painting
Fee: Rs 300
Attendance against registration, limited seats
Call Simian 8980266688 to register


Sunday 19th November 5:30- 6:30 pm
Puppet show & talk with film director Aditi Thakor

Venue: Conflictorium
Story of Red – A puppet show in Hindi by NIFT students
Chat with Aditi Thakor on puppetry and her Gujarati film Bhanwar, film maker/ founder of Broken Box Films


Wednesday 22nd November 6.15 – 7.30 pm  
Pottery & Poetry workshop By Neelima Singh

A fun workshop for children to express themselves using poetry and terracotta
Venue: Conflictorium
Audience: Open for registration for 12 participants (age group 5 to 12)
Free against registration, limited seats, first come first serve basis


Sunday 25th November 5.30 – 6.30 pm
Baithak Evenings with Sahapedia

Venue: Conflictorium
Talk on India’s artisans and their crafts: a heritage in crisis –  a talk by Ashoke Chatterjee


11th – 26th November 2017
Gool Lodge, Opposite R.C High School of Commerce,
Near Chalte Peer Ni Dargah, Delhi Chakla,