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Art walk

The India Foundation for the Arts (IFA) will bring the fourth in the ‘Project 560’ Art Walk series, on October 31.

The art walk with Avehi Menon and Archit Guha, from the Centre for Public History (CPH) at the Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, will focus on the memories of people through recorded narratives that speak of a longer history of the arts on South Parade, which is now known as MG Road.

The narratives bring together cinema, music, and photography in the old South Parade.
 This walk will involve a curated soundscape that people will be able to listen to as one rediscovers one of the most popular roads in Bengaluru.

It will begin at KC Das, Church Street and end at the junction of Brigade and Residency Roads, which is a distance of almost two kilometres.

It will be on for two hours, from 9.30 am to 11.30 am. The reporting time for the walk is 9.15 am.

The narrative will be in English and a maximum of 20 participants can take
part.

The walk is free but participation is by registration only. For details, e-mail contactus@indiaifa.org

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