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Jun
13
Sat
Book Club @ Ground Floor Conference Room, Mithibai College
Jun 13 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Book ClubBook being studied? Select English Poems by Swamiji

Where? Ground Floor Conference Room, Mithibai College, Road No1, JVPD, Juhu, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400056

Days? 13 June and every Friday thereafter

Time? 6 PM to 7 PM

Conducted by? Dr Janki Santoke

Questions? Please call Deepak Punwani on tel: 9167451125 tel: 9167451125

Sep
26
Sat
The Magic of Bharatanatyam – Epic Children’s Series @ Habitat world
Sep 26 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

BrajMahotsavGeeta6Dancer Geeta Chandran will conduct an interactive session for children in the age group 9 – 11 years at Habitat World, Lodi Road, New Delhi.

Demystifying the classical, Geeta will lead the children through various facets of classical dance: Basic posture, Hasta-Mudras (hand gestures), Abhinaya (expression), Tala (rhythm), and Natya (the art of telling stories).

The session will be participatory and the children will be encouraged to engage with simple activities and also ask questions.

GEETA CHANDRAN: A celebrated artist and a star-performer, Geeta Chandran has synthesised the knowledge she received from a galaxy of eminent Gurus to imprint Bharatanatyam with her personal vision of the dance. In her dance presentations Geeta Chandran skilfully weaves abstract notions of Joy, Beauty, Values, Aspirations, Myth and Spirituality.

A polymath artist, Geeta Chandran is celebrated not only for her deep and composite understanding of the art of Bharatanatyam, but also for her Carnatic music (she is a trained and accomplished vocalist), her work in television, video and film, theatre, choreography, dance education, dance activism and dance-issue journalism.

Geeta Chandran is Founder-President of Natya-Vriksha and Artistic Director of the Natya Vriksha Dance Company, known for the high aesthetic quality of its group presentations that showcase Geeta’s metier as a choreographer. Author of SO MANY JOURNEYS, an intensely personal collection of her writings narrating her engagement with Bharatanatyam, Geeta also writes an influential dance column in The New Indian Express/Sunday Standard.

A rare combination of being both a luminary and a visionary, Geeta Chandran is a widely respected role model for the young generation. She guides reputed national cultural institutions and prestigious universities as their Board member, and she also serves on the Advisory Boards of several reputed schools and colleges. She engages in the widest range of dance-related activities: performing, teaching, conducting, singing, collaborating, organising, writing and speaking to new youth audiences.

ENTRY FREE. Call Habitat World to reserve place at the workshop.

Phone: 43663085 & 43663090

Website: www.geetachandran.in

Email: [email protected]

Oct
1
Thu
Geeta Chandran performs Gandhi: Warp and Weft @ FICCI Auditorium
Oct 1 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

ghandiTo mark the 60th anniversary of Springdales School, Geeta Chandram will perform a special performance of her iconic dance-theatre production GANDHI: Warp and Weft.

Feted as one of the most creative performances of our times, Geeta Chandran’s Gandhi: Warp and Weft is a milestone performance which explores key concepts from Gandhian philosophy through the narrative lens of a female dancer in the 21st century.

The choreography plays with ideology through abstract movement as well as narrative gestures, and incorporates both classical Bharatanatyam as well as contemporary movement theatre in its physical vocabulary.

The performance comprises of six concepts interpreted through dance that flows contiguously from one to the other. In keeping with Gandhi’s personal evolution, the initial sections of the choreography are based on classical Bharatanatyam abhinaya techniques; and reflecting the newness of Gandhi’s evolving philosophy and the stark brilliance of his struggle, the later sections have been visualized embracing a more contemporary choreographic outlook. It is then in this cadence that the six concepts flow.

The first concept is RELIGIOUS UNITY, and is connected to the deep reliance on spiritual syncretism that Gandhi propagated.

The second section CELIBACY probes Gandhi’s lifelong experiment to set aside desires of the flesh while remaining in other ways an active householder and husband.

The third theme explored is SATYAGRAHA, and is inspired by Gandhi’s prison writings, his mass civil disobedience movements, and epochal moments like the Dandi march.

From there, the piece explores AHIMSA, both in the concept of turning the other cheek as peace offering, as well as the violence inflicted on the self through such radical protests like hunger strikes.

The fifth section looks at CASTE AND SHRAM with an eye both to the reformations of the past that Gandhi sought regarding the dignity of labour, as well as the atrocities of caste oppression that continue to our present day.

The concluding section KHADI examines Gandhi’s belief for ecological sustainability and balance, and uses thread as a metaphor for the bonds that the Gandhian movement sought to create across the nation.

The music base for  GANDHI: Waft & Weft has been imagined by Geeta Chandran, based on which an evocative soundscape was engineered by sound artist Pratik Biswas, weaving diverse sound elements ranging from traditional Carnatic tracks to the more esoterically abstract and startlingly contemporary.

Costumes by Sandhya Raman in cotton and khadi mirror the dancer’s mental transformations through this intensely personal narrative journey.

About Geeta Chandram

Geeta Chandran is a celebrated artist and a star-performer, Geeta has synthesised the knowledge she received from a galaxy of eminent Gurus to imprint Bharatanatyam with her personal vision of the dance. In her dance presentations Geeta Chandran skilfully weaves abstract notions of Joy, Beauty, Values, Aspirations, Myth and Spirituality.

A polymath artist, Geeta Chandran is celebrated not only for her deep and composite understanding of the art of Bharatanatyam, but also for her Carnatic music (she is a trained and accomplished vocalist), her work in television, video and film, theatre, choreography, dance education, dance activism and dance-issue journalism.

Geeta Chandran is Founder-President of Natya-Vriksha and Artistic Director of the Natya Vriksha Dance Company, known for the high aesthetic quality of its group presentations that showcase Geeta’s metier as a choreographer. Author of SO MANY JOURNEYS, an intensely personal collection of her writings narrating her engagement with Bharatanatyam, Geeta also writes an influential dance column in The New Indian Express/Sunday Standard.

Concept and Choreography: Geeta Chandran and Deepa Dharmadhikari

To attend this performance, please email [email protected] giving us your complete courier address, including PIN Code, and we will deliver an invitation card to you. 

Mar
5
Sat
Woman of the Elements @ Select Citywalk Mall
Mar 5 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Woman of the elements
Select CityWalk and Rashmi Anand invite you to celebrate you!

WOMAN of the ELEMENTS an evening of art, music and culture to celebrate every woman

5th March 2016, 6.30-8pm
at Select Citywalk Mall, Saket, New Delhi.

 Odissi performance on Mahakali by internationally acclaimed Anita Babu

Modern School children celebrate Air, the mind and intellect

Kargil war hero Vijayant Thapar’s mother celebrates Earth – the eternal Mother

Kaizaad Kotwal speaks on men and their role – cherishing honouring, loving every woman

Rashmi Anand reads from the book Woman of the Elements – on positivity, power and joy of the 5 Elements in every woman

Gifts for all women: A Special limited edition of book Woman of the Elements by Rashmi Anand, with paintings by acclaimed artist Mridul Chandra – Bookmarks with a special “A Prayer to my Self” – First edition of the book ONE, on the soul and its love – Special edition digital prints of paintings of Mridul Chandra with excerpts from the book – Car stickers that celebrate you… and much more!

A special Art Exhibition  by Vernssage of 5 leading artists of India

25% of profits will go towards the Woman of the Elements Trust which gives free legal aid to women and child victims of violence who are below the earning capacity of Rs. 5,000.

Jun
18
Sat
Tap Dance Workshop by Vivek Yadav | House of WOW @ House of WOW
Jun 18 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Tap Dance by Vivek Yadav
Vivek Yadav brings an intriguing combination of delight, patience, skill and creativity to the teaching of Tap dance on Saturday, 18th June, 1pm to 3 pm at The House Of WOW.
A timeless treat, Tap dance is to the senses – percussive and expressive in equal measure. The dance form is creative and spontaneous that thrives off its own rhythms and sounds.  It is one of the most popular forms of classical dances originated in America in early nineteenth century.
Learn simple and  well known movement that create magic when you move!

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Jul
2
Sat
Dancer Geeta Chandran presents the Bharatanatyam Arangetram of her disciple Archana Shivan @ India International Centre Auditorium
Jul 2 @ 6:30 pm – 8:45 pm
Archana Shivan E invite
ARCHANA SHIVAN has been learning Bharatanatyam under Geeta Chandran’s tutelage at Natya Vriksha since the age of 8; she has pursued learning the dance for the past 14 years.

Completing her schooling from The Mother’s International School, Archana has just completed her graduation in Sociology from Miranda House, Delhi University.

She has represented her institutions in several music and dance festivals and has won accolades for the same. Archana was also one of the few dancers chosen to represent Bharatanatyam at the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony’s centerpiece choreography entitled The Tree of Knowledge, presented in New Delhi in 2010.

A socially conscious person, Archana interned with institutions like CRY, Project Aawaaz, Pratham and AIESEC, which took her to Poland where she taught English to underprivileged Polish children.

As a practitioner of Nichiren Daishonin’s Buddhism, Archana believes that through both her academic pursuits and dance, she can truly create a change in society.

Having an entrepreneurial bent of mind, she started a small handicraft business, which supports her social work activities.

From July 2016, Archana will be pursuing her Masters in Public Policy and Governance from the prestigious Azim Premji University in Bangalore.

Archana is deeply inspired by her teacher Geeta Chandran and feels catalysed by the values that Geeta has instilled in her over the past fourteen years.

RSVP HERE

Aug
13
Sat
Dancer Geeta Chandran presents Arangetram of Disciple Aditi Balasubramanian @ Chinmaya Mission Auditorium
Aug 13 @ 6:30 pm

Geeta Chandran

NATYA VRIKSHA presents Bharatanatyam Arangetram Performance by ADITI BALASUBRAMANIAN, Disciple of Guru (Padmashri) Geeta Chandran

Arangetram is an important occasion in the career of any Bharatanatyam dancer. After several years — decades even — of arduous training, when the Guru is confident that the disciple can sustain a solo performance, the Arangetram is announced.

The Arangetram thus is an honour to the Guru; a momentous rite of passage, it marks the first milestone in the disciple’s journey into the ocean of Bharatanatyam.

In the 25 years that she has mentored students at Natya Vriksha, Aditi’s is the 40th arangetram performance that Guru (Padmashri) Geeta Chandran will be presenting.

THE ARTIST: Aditi Balasubramanian

Born in 2001, ADITI BALASUBRAMANIAN started learning Bharatanatyam when she was only three years old. She came under the tutelage of Guru (Padma Shri) Geeta Chandran at the age of six. Under Geeta’s personal attention and guidance for the past nine years, she has explored diverse aspects of Bharatanatyam.

In 2010, Aditi first performed on stage (a Sur Das pad), along with fellow-disciple Arundhathy, on the occasion of Guru Poornima. In 2013, she performed in the Young Dancers Festival as part of the Natya Vriksha World Dance Day Celebrations. Besides stage performances, she has also accompanied her Guru in lecture-demonstration sessions.

In 2011, 2014 and 2015, Aditi and a fellow-disciple won the first position in the Bharatanatyam Duet Category at Bal Kala Utsav, a national talent festival organized by S.U.N.A.I.N.A (Society for the Upliftment of the National Arts of India). In 2015, she and a fellow-disciple also won the first position in the Bharatanatyam Duet Category at Sanskriti Pratibha Utsav organized by Alaknanda Institute for Performing Arts. Aditi has also won the first position in Classical Dance at the Talent Fiesta in The Mother’s International School every year since 2013.

In 2012, the Nandalala Seva Samithi Trust conferred the title of “Parijatham” on Aditi in recognition of her talent in Bharatanatyam. Aditi also holds a Cultural Talent Search Scholarship in Classical Dance, awarded by the Centre for Cultural Resources and Training, Ministry of Culture, Government of India.

Besides Bharatanatyam, Aditi has keen interest in music, calligraphy and painting.


Geeta Chandran

“Dance and I” by Aditi Balasubramanian

Dance has played an important role in my life. I started learning Bharatanatyam when I was in Lower Kindergarten. My parents tell me that whenever I would get even a few minutes of spare time, I would start doing my dance steps irrespective of where we were; once even in a restaurant!

Dance has given me many things — discipline, physical and mental stamina, an understanding of rhythm, a sharper memory, the ability to convey my emotions through gestures and expressions, and above all, huge happiness whenever I have successfully learnt a difficult piece! Dance can never be a hobby for me; it is an integral part of me.

Today, as I stand at the threshold of my arangetram, my first formal solo public performance, I am extremely grateful to God for bestowing on me this passion for dance; to my Guru for lovingly nurturing me, constantly guiding me and giving me opportunities; as well as to my parents for tirelessly supporting and encouraging me. I am determined to work hard, and strive for excellence and perfection in this great dance form.

Dance will always play an important role in my life!

­—Aditi Balasubramanian

Class X, The Mother’s International School


 The GURU: (Padmashri) GEETA CHANDRAN

GEETA CHANDRAN: A celebrated artist and a star-performer, Geeta Chandran has synthesised the knowledge she received from a galaxy of eminent Gurus to imprint Bharatanatyam with her personal vision of the dance. In her dance presentations, Geeta Chandran skilfully weaves abstract notions of Joy, Beauty, Values, Aspirations, Myth and Spirituality.

A polymath artist, Geeta Chandran is celebrated not only for her deep and composite understanding of the art of Bharatanatyam, but also for her Carnatic music (she is a trained and accomplished vocalist), her work in television, video and film, theatre, choreography, dance education, dance activism and dance-issue journalism.

Geeta Chandran is Founder-President of Natya-Vriksha and Artistic Director of the Natya Vriksha Dance Company, known for the high aesthetic quality of its group presentations that showcase Geeta’s metier as a visualiser par excellence. Geeta has also created innumerable solo performances that spotlight her aesthetic persona as an eclectic classical choreographer.

An influential spokesperson for classical dance, Geeta Chandran is the author of SO MANY JOURNEYS, an intensely personal collection of her writings narrating her engagement with Bharatanatyam. She also writes an insightful dance column in The New Indian Express/Sunday Standard.

A rare combination of being both a luminary and a visionary, Geeta Chandran is a widely respected role model for the young generation. She guides reputed national cultural institutions and prestigious universities as their Board member, and also serves on the Advisory Boards of several reputed schools and colleges.

In her effort to “en-dance the universe,” she engages in a strategic range of dance-related activities: performing, teaching, conducting, singing, collaborating, organizing, writing and speaking to new youth audiences.

Geeta was awarded the prestigious national award — Padma Shri — by the President of India in 2007.

In 2014-2015, she marked the completion of four decades of dedication to classical dance, since her arangetram in 1974.

2016 marks the silver jubilee celebrations of Natya Vriksha.

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Aug
21
Sun
KRISHNA @ Kamani Auditorium Copernicus
Aug 21 @ 6:30 pm – Aug 25 @ 9:00 pm

Padmashri Shobha Deepak Singh looks forward to your presence, at the presentation of Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra’s epic 41st edition of KRISHNA.

KRISHNA

‘Krishna’ emotes the intrinsic truths of life, appealing in their fundamental simplicity, as enumerated by Lord Krishna. These lie within the folds of innumerable anecdotes, ensconced in His life’s tales, perpetually inspiring in their traditional or modern context. Padamshri Shobha Deepak Singh’s meticulous vision and execution presents all aspects of Lord Krishna’s persona, endowing a fascinating energy to the presentation. Brilliant choreography, lighting, costumes, sound, technical support and ambience which create a suitable background, contribute to making all her productions heart warming. In the showcase of violence, despite all odds, there emerges hope for eventual peace, despite apparent chaos in the present.

Nov
3
Thu
Geeta Chandran & Natya Vriksha Dance Company: Two day Festival @ Kamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, New Delhi.
Nov 3 @ 7:00 pm

Solo Performance, Thursday, 3 November @ 7 pmAnekanta

I will examine shades of ANEKANTA through choreographies that explore the relationship of WORD and MEANING; of MANY AVATARAS; of MANY BHAVAS to a SINGLE TEXT; of Ravana who gets mesmerised by every SINGLE aspect of Sita’s body and wonders if such is the power of each part, what would be the impact of the WHOLE? And of Saint Tyagaraja who presents the cosmic view of inter-relatedness of existence.
Group Performance (Natya Vriksha  Dance Company), Friday, 4 November @ 7 pm
In the group choreographies, we view ANEKANTA through dramatic dance strategies such as: presenting three variations of the traditional Alarippu; exploring musical Graha-bhedam (or shifting of tonic notes) in Movement; finding linkages between BEATS and SILENCE; of the many roopas of DEVI, and of a little known Viswaroopa of Vishnu that Arjuna encounters in the forests of Orissa and realises that the NAVAGUNJARA’s parts add up to the WHOLE!
Music for ANEKANTA is designed by Geeta Chandran in close collaboration with K. Venkateshwaran and Dr. S. Vasudevan. This lyrical music-scape is further enhanced with rhythmic inputs by K. Sivakumar and Lalgudi Sri Ganesh adding verve and vibrancy to the production.
 ANEKANTA is supported by a stellar crew of artisans: Sandhya Raman (costumes), Manish Kansara (stage design); Sharad Kulshreshtha (lights).
The Natya Vriksha Dance Company comprises of Sneha Chakradhar, Sharanya Chandran, Divya Saluja, Anjana Seshadri, Rashi Bijlani, Pranita Choudhry, Amritasruthi Radhakrishnan, Radhika Kathal, Madhura Bhrushundi, Aakanksha Kumar, Shreya Dua and Kaveri Mehta. They will be joined by dancers from the Natya Vriksha NEXT – the new generation of dancers being launched on the professional performance stage for the first time.

Music for ANEKANTA is designed by Geeta Chandran in close collaboration with K. Venkateshwaran and Dr. S. Vasudevan. This lyrical music-scape is further enhanced with rhythmic inputs by K. Sivakumar and Lalgudi Sri Ganesh adding verve and vibrancy to the production. ANEKANTA is supported by a stellar crew of artisans: Sandhya Raman has designed costumes, Manish Kansara has conceptualised the stage design; Sharad Kulshreshtha is the lights designer.In her performance, Geeta Chandran will be joined by her disciples Sneha Chakradhar, Divya Saluja, Sharanya Chandran, Anjana Seshadri, Rashi Bijlani, Pranita Choudhry, Amritasruthi Radhakrishnan, Radhika Kathal, Madhura Bhrushundi, Aakanksha Kumar, Shreya Dua and Kaveri Mehta. They will be joined by dancers from the Natya Vriksha Dance Company (NEXT). GEETA CHANDRAN’s ANEKANTA aspires to bring valuable oxygen to the larger public discourse on identity. It is a powerful artistic statement of Dancer Geeta Chandran who has moved tradition forward with her strategic performances. ANEKANTA is yet another path-breaking event by this ferociously talented artist and her renowned Natya Vriksha Dance Company.

DANCER GEETA CHANDRANClose up of Geeta

A celebrated artist and a star-performer, Geeta Chandran began learning Bharatanatyam from the tender age of 5 years under the tutelage of Smt. Swarna Saraswathy, who hailed from the traditional Thanjavoor Dasi Parampara. Subsequently, Geeta continued learning diverse aspects of the classical dance from a galaxy of eminent Gurus.

Today, she is a renowned artist who has synthesised the knowledge she received from her Gurus to imprint Bharatanatyam with her personal vision of the dance. In her dance presentations, Geeta Chandran skilfully weaves abstract notions of Joy, Beauty, Values, Aspirations, Myth and Spirituality.

A polymath artist, Geeta Chandran is celebrated not only for her deep and composite understanding of the art of Bharatanatyam, but also for her Carnatic music (she is a trained and accomplished vocalist), her work in television, video and film, theatre, choreography, dance education, dance activism and dance-issue journalism. Geeta Chandran is Founder-President of her dance academy Natya-Vriksha. She is also Artistic Director of the Natya Vriksha Dance Company, known for the high aesthetic quality of its group presentations that showcase Geeta’s metier as a choreographer.

But beyond her unique position as a pre-eminent classical dancer, Geeta has continuously attempted to push the frontiers of the classical art and to reach out to new and especially young, audiences. Geeta believes that dance must be linked to life and that artists must use their unique position in society to make a difference to life and living. In expanding the frontiers of her classical dance performances, Geeta has collaborated with a wide range of dancers, musicians, craftspersons, authors, writers, poets, painters, theatre-personalities, academicians, philosophers, linguists and costume & fashion designers.Geeta is associated with several NGOs and charitable organizations raising resources for valuable causes, among them peace, environment and peace. She is well-known for her association with philanthropic causes, and has presented innumerable performances to raise funds for worth social causes. She is most especially identified with gender issues and poverty. She has added value to health campaigns endorsing better heart care, keeping youth off drugs, on protecting the environment and promoting peace in South Asia.Arts Education is another of her impassioned commitments and she is an advocate for incremental arts education supporting both government and private initiatives to achieve a higher level of arts learning as part of formal education.Geeta Chandran also believes in exploring creative channels of support for the arts, for better quality arts management in India and tapping Corporate Cultural Responsibility for better funding of the arts, and especially dance.Geeta has authored a book SO MANY JOURNEYSan intensely personal collection of her writings narrating her engagement with Bharatanatyam. She also writes an influential dance column in The New Indian Express/Sunday Standard.

A rare combination of being both a luminary and a visionary, Geeta Chandran is a widely respected role model for the young generation. She guides reputed national cultural institutions and prestigious schools, colleges and universities as their Board member.She engages in the widest range of dance-related activities: performing, teaching, conducting, singing, collaborating, organizing, writing and speaking to new youth audiences.

 In recognition of her vast and varied contribution to Bharatanatyam, Geeta was awarded the prestigious national award – the Padma Shri – by the President of India in 2007.

NATYA VRIKSHA and the NATYA VRIKSHA DANCE COMPANY

Founded by the renowned classical dancer (Padmashri) Geeta Chandran, Natya Vriksha enshrines the best philosophies of Indian classical culture. Natya Vriksha aims to make youth aware of the immense potential of Bharatanatyam to become a live voyage of learning. Through the dance, Geeta Chandran makes them comprehend the complex inter-linkages between the classical dance tradition and its strict grammar with other disciplines: Philosophy, Ritual, Religion, Myths, Ancient texts, Poetry, Literature, Art (Painting and Sculpture), Cultural Studies, Yoga, Handicrafts & Handlooms and Beauty & Aesthetics.

The Natya Vriksha Dance Company is unique in that all dancers have been entirely trained in Bharatanatyam by (Padmashri) Geeta Chandran, who is Artistic Director of the Company. Since the dancers have grown up together, the level of trust and togetherness evident in the Company’s choreographies, ensure a completely different emotional appeal. The Dance Company has forged a reputation for its crisp and mature group dance presentations.  The Company has performed widely to rave reviews and has set high standards for group performances.Natya Vriksha’s vision statement seeks to probe the continuing relevance of classical tradition in a world of changing values. It showcases the aesthetics of Bharatanatyam and its history, how the tenets of the dance can be employed as a means of communicating issues of contemporary concern, even while exploring linkages between history and continuity, between external body and internal mind-space, between yesterday and tomorrow, between artist and audience… between roots and wings.

Sep
29
Fri
Velvet Revolution at Godrej India Culture Lab @ India culture lab
Sep 29 @ 5:00 pm
culture lab
The Godrej India Culture Lab, in collaboration with International Association of Women in Radio and Television is proud to present the screening of Velvet Revolution on September 29 at 5 PM.
This exciting collaborative film has six directors who profile women journalists who have paid a high price for speaking truth to power. In a world riven with conflict and dictatorial regimes where journalists are constantly under threat, the film explores what drives these women journalists to do their jobs.

This special screening is free and open to all. Please get your friends and family along.

About the Project Director

Nupur Basu is an independent journalist, an award-winning documentary filmmaker and media educator. For the last three decades, Nupur has worked in both print and television journalism.

Formerly a Senior Editor with India’s leading channel- NDTV, Nupur has also made several documentaries which include the award-winning Dry Days in Dobbagunta (about the rural women’s struggle to ban liquor in Andhra Pradesh), Lost Generations (about the impact of globalisation on the poor in India), No Country for Young Girls? (about India’s shameful sex ratio distortion) and Michael Jackson Comes to Manikganj (about the impact of satellite television on South Asia).

This film is shot by Illang Illang Quijano from Philippines, Deepika Sharma from India, Pochi Tamba Nsoh and Sidonie Pongmoni from Cameroon and Eva Brownstein from USA/ Bangladesh.

About IAWRT


The International Association of Women in Radio and Television (IAWRT) is a not for profit professional organization of women working in electronic and allied media. It is in consultative status with United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). IAWRT organizes conferences, film festivals and other allied activities. It also offers scholarships for professional advancement and grants for research projects.

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