Festivals of the Future
Angela McSherry and David Micklem
Pooja Sood (KHOJ) and Ruchira Das (ArtTHINK South Asia)
Archana Prasad, Jaaga; Gopal Singh Chouhan, Lokayan Sansthan; Jaytirth Ahya, The Experience Co.; Karan Talwar, Harkat Studios; Madhavan P., Ooty Film Festival; Nikita Teresa Sarkar, Ekathara Kalari; Noreen van Holstein, Gotcha Impact Media Pvt. Ltd; Pavan Kumar, Workbench Projects PVT Ltd.; Rajatri Biswas, Teamwork Arts; Rajyashri Mukherjee, Banglanatak Dot Com; Rashmi Ranjan Parida, Odisha Diary/Kalinga Literary Festival/Mystic Kalinga Festival; Rohan Sen, Teamwork Arts; Ronidkumar Chingangbam, Imphal Talkies; Sukanya Das, Gameplan Sports Pvt. Ltd; Suprita Moorthy, Bengaluru By Design; Varun Gupta, Chennai Photo Biennale.
From Serendipity Arts Foundation: Smriti Rajgarhia; Nandita Jaishankar; Prerna Jaiswal; Nitya Iyer and Geetanjali Sanyal
The British Council, in association with Serendipity Arts Foundation and Festival presented a three-day intensive course in Goa in March 2019 on the core principles of Festival Management.
The three-day workshop included 20 dynamic and mutually supportive Festival Managers/Participants from across India.
The course covered business models, programming and curation, audience development, financial management, marketing and communication, advocacy and stakeholder management, monitoring and evaluation, equality, diversity, and inclusion.
Local Consultants / Mentors: Pooja Sood and Ruchira Das (ATSA)
Photos from the workshop in Goa in March 2019 courtesy The British Council