Bikram Ghosh is an actor and director, and a founding member of the Tadpole Repertory, one of Delhi's most famous theatre...
At Junoon, we believe that young people must regularly have access to artists and their arts practices, to seep in the spirit of the arts. Such exposure can be transformative and life-changing.
We have curated a week-long, immersive experience, the Arts at Play Week that combines exposure, learning and practice to open out the horizons of the mind for young people, while simultaneously building value for rigour, reflection, effort and determination. The students experience the power of teamwork and collaboration, and the joys of free creative expression. They learn how to transform working with what you have into magic and delight and that it is in their power to create an interesting life for themselves.
It is to this end that we are delighted to offer this magical experience to the primary and middle school students of The Galaxy School, Wadi (Rajkot).
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9th February, 2019
Teachers Orientation with Programme Conductor, Bikram Ghosh
11th February, 2019
Theatre Adventures with Tram Theatre's Bird's Eye View
12th February, 2019
Arts Encounter with Gillo's Hanuman Ki Ramayan
13th February, 2019
Meet the Artist with Ajay Noronha, Cinematographer
15th February, 2019
Creative Showcase with students
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.
Formed in 2011, Tram Arts Trust is an Object Theatre Company based out of New Delhi & Mumbai; dedicated towards practicing, excelling in & popularizing Object Theatre in India. We build our artistic work in order to explore the world through the 'theatre of objects'; To explore its vocabulary of telling stories with the most ordinary things; to create new, fun, out-of-the-box, experimental, reflective and evocative theatre of objects... And to spread the magic of this simple, yet deeply profound art form, in India! Besides creating plays, Tram conducts workshops & training programmes for theatre professionals, for children and Objects in Pedagogy workshops for educationists. Tram Arts Trust is possibly India's first Object theatre company.
Gillo Theatre Repertory is a group specialising in theatre for young audiences, they have created 12 plays in the past 6 years. Gillo also conducts workshops and engagements that make theatre and the allied arts an integral part of children's lives. Their work includes content development, performance and training. Primarily based in Mumbai, they tour across India with performances, workshops and theatre based engagements. Creative workshops for children, teachers and parents are an important part of their effort to engage children and their community with the theatre arts. Gillo is a member of ASSITEJ India (International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People) and a partner with Junoon.
Ajay Noronha is a Mumbai-based cinematographer and documentary film maker. His passion for telling a story using images has taken him across the world in diverse contexts - television shows, documentaries, feature films, music videos, video art installations and workshops. Ajay teaches cinematography at the Sophia Polytechnic, Mumbai besides conducting workshops at other film schools. He is currently exploring the role of expressive arts in conflict transformation with children and educators from India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Palestine and Israel.
As Director / Cinematographer: Bhailey (Outsiders), a film about tourism related child sex abuse, A Picture Of You, about a cinematographers search for his father.
As Cinematographer: Bombay Eunuch - Alexandra Shiva, Shiva Films, New York, USA, Salaam Shalom, The Jews of India - Vanessa Laufer, Toronto, Canada, Zero, The Indian concept of Shunya and Shunyata - Elida Shogt, PBS North America, Shimla - Kalka Hill Railways - Gerry Troyna, BBC, UK, Q2P - Paromita Vora, PUKAR Mumbai