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2nd edition of Serendipity Arts Festival from Dec 15 to 22

Panaji, Dec 6 (UNI) The second edition of Serendipity Arts Festival, which will showcase cultural diversity of the country, will be held from December 15 to 22 at 11 different locations across this capital city of Panaji.
Addressing a press conference at legendary Adil Shah Palace in the city, Festival Director Smriti Rajgarhia said, “Serendipity Arts Festival has gained much attention since our first edition last year, and we have galvanized the arts to gather more momentum than ever before. We hope to see a larger gathering of audiences this year, especially considering that Goa, with its diverse culture and international audience, is the perfect destination for such a large display of the arts. The venues are seamlessly connected for surface transportation for all guests attending the festival, and we want to ensure that all our venues are accessible and reachable for everyone. The artist line-up is incredibly exciting, and we hope to see this year’s festival build momentum for many years to come.”
Swayan Chaudhuri, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Imagine Panaji Smart City Development Ltd, said,''Smart City takes pride in associating with SAF Goa 2017. It is an excellent opportunity for the city of Panaji, where people from all ages of society gather together. An arts festival of this scale will potentially create opportunities for the city and state alike. Serendipity Arts Festival has created this opportunity for the city and making art accessible.”
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