A child is born not only to it’s parents, but the whole society. Because, ‘It takes a village to raise a child’. Childhood means simplicity, childhood means innocence. However, do all children of our society get equal privileges, do all enjoy simplicity and express with innocence?
This 17th June, let’s shed light on this topic through an interactive talk show. This event will have a dance-based performance ‘Frame of Life’ by Team Sutradhar, trained Kathak students of Guru Maneesha Sathe, Toshal Gandhi, Madhura Aphale and Natasha Poonawalla. This will be followed by an informal interview with social worker Renu Gavaskar. An author of many books and the founder of the social organisation Eklavya Nyasa, Renu Gavaskar has been working in the community and guiding orphan and underprivileged children for many years. Through her interview she will give the audience insights into the world of these children.
Along with this, Sutradhar will also be launching their new socio-cultural arts-based project for underprivileged children, at this event.
This event will be held at Kala Chhaya on 17th June, 5.30 p.m. onwards. The entry for this event is free, it is open for all. The talk show will be accessible for the Deaf with live sign language interpretation by Blee.
With the sole intent to spread stories and inspiration, Team Sutradhar arranges these talk shows that are open for all.
For more details, contact: 9130566231 or 9527779310