Bikram Ghosh is an actor and director, and a founding member of the Tadpole Repertory, one of Delhi's most famous theatre...
Junoon’s Teachers’ Workshops are arts-based for teachers from all disciplines. They are led by experienced artists keenly interested in the learning process and education. These workshops give teachers a new lens of looking at their profession, understand the various roles they play and draw on the power of performance to communicate with their students.
We are delighted to be bringing 3 of Junoon's Teachers' Workshops to the teachers of Centre Point School, Nagpur. The 3 workshops will be conducted by Timira Gupta, Bikram Ghosh and Vandana Hazra, respectively.
Bikram Ghosh is an actor and director, and a founding member of the Tadpole Repertory, one of Delhi's most famous theatre groups. He is also a coordinator for Tadpole's Looking Glass Project, which runs theatre workshops for people of all ages-children as well as adults-focused on encouraging theatre and creativity as a vehicle for recreation and healthy living.
Timira Gupta is a trained Arts-Based Therapy practitioner working in two special schools and a residential centre for children-at-risk in Mumbai. She also works as a drama teacher and resource person in two mainstream schools and conducts teacher-training workshops across the city. While her passion lies in education, her secret dream is to be a circus artist. She loves juggling, walking on stilts and to do anything that results in broken bones!
Vandana Hazra contributes to the field of Dance by Performing, Directing, Teaching and Writing. Presently she is working as guest faculty at the Dance Dept. of Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata. Besides dance, she has been practicing vocal music since a very young age. Presently practicing Dhrupad under the guidance of Shri Uday Bhawalkar. Doing translations is a passion. One such translation is from Marathi to Bangla,of the famous Marathi Novel 'Kosla' by Bhalchandra Nemade, which she did for the Sahitya Academy. She has also translated Shyam Benegal's 'Bharat ek Khoj' into Bangla for Kolkata Doordarshan. She collaborates with dancers of different styles and theatre actors, exploring movement, dialogue and emotion.