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SAF 2017 presents contemporary arts, crafts, culinary promenade of local flavors, intl theatrical dance

SAF 2017 presents contemporary arts, crafts, culinary promenade of local flavors, intl theatrical dance

Panaji, Dec 17 (UNI) Day three of the ongoing Serendipity Arts Festival Goa 2017 brought more exuberance to the festivity with theatrical dance, contemporary crafts and great Indian delightfully sumptuous street delicacies from across the nation’s varied palette on Sunday.

With ten venues outfitted in vivid colours of the rainbow, state-of-the-art stage set-ups and visually captivating displays, it was a world which whisked visitors into deeper dimensions in absorbing the performing arts diversity of India.

Festival Director Smriti Rajgharia said, “It is truly bringing more people from all walks of life, and their excitement is delightful. I am happy to see the response we’ve received and assure our patrons that we have bigger and better performances coming up in the next few days."

The festival presented mind-blowing and beautifully crafted performances which were created out of the diverse Indian performing art forms which were intangible yet sustainable.

There were curated shows on some of the oldest forms of art being amalgamated with modern contemporary crafts. The day also saw the trails down India’s local cuisines right from the heart of the nation’s locales.

Christie’s Conclave at the festival presented more vitally and engaging keynote address by Dr Kavita Singh and then Indian Arts and its Regional Idioms – where speakers shared their thoughts on Jewelry by Meera Kumar, on Textiles by Dr Monisha Ahmed, and on Sculpture by Dr Deepak Kannal, followed by the Patrons and Connoisseurship talk – where speakers present were Czaee Shah, Deepthi Sasidharan, at the Adil Shah Palace.

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