KALA GHODA ARTS FESTIVAL 2014

Every year, the nine day Kala Ghoda Arts Festival takes place from the first Saturday in February till the next Sunday. The dates for this years festival are February 1 to February 9, 2014. This year with our new partner Hindustan Times, we have the intention of making the festival bigger and better than before.

  • The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival,now in its 16th year, is a community celebration of the arts within one of the most beautiful and historic precincts of Mumbai, The Kala Ghoda Art District.
  • It has been held for the last 15 years , and is open to all, free of charge.
  • It has traditionally offered various programmes in Visual Art, Music, Theatre, Dance , Street Acts, Heritage Walks, Literature and Workshops for children as well as adults
  • The Festival has grown exponentially, and is hugely successful, drawing over 150,000 people from all over the city to 350 events over 9 days. Tourists from all over the world plan their trip to Mumbai to witness the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival.
  • Funds raised from the festival go towards the restoration and upkeep of the area. Several heritage buildings and institutions in the area have benefited from this.
  • THE FESTIVAL VENUES THIS YEAR

  • Rampart Row is the nerve center – it is the street alongside Jehangir Art Gallery that houses a row of eateries and art galleries It has an amphitheatre built by the Kala Ghoda Association. It is lined with art and craft stalls that sell interesting little gifts by NGOs and other entrepreneurs. The walking plaza also hosts the Visual Arts alongside the Rampart Galleries. The restaurants on the street spill outdoors on the pavements. Street Acts will be performed on this street every day.
  • Horniman Circle Garden - for Theatre
  • David Sassoon Library - for Literature
  • Tarq - for Literature
  • Kitab Khana - for Children's Literature
  • Arbour - for Literature
  • Garden of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahlaya, (formerly Prince Of Wales Museum) - for Children's Workshops
  • The Asiatic Library Steps - for Music Concerts
  • Coomaraswamy Hall(CSMVS) -for cinema
  • National Gallery of Modern Art – for theatre and children's workshops
  • Max Mueller Bhavan- for Theatre
  • Max Mueller Bhavan- for Cinema
  • BNHS- for cinema
  • Gallery Beyond- for cinema
  • Art Entrance, Artists Centre, Hacienda, Gallery ICIA, Coomaraswamy Hall, Rampart Galleries, Traffic Island, CSMVS Garden, Dehli Art Gallery, Gallery 7 - for Visual Arts
  • Westside - for Food workshops
  • Artists’ Centre, Artisans and Gallery ICIAA- for workshops
  • Cross Maidan- for Dance and Music
  • Visitor’s Centre (CSMVS), Rampart Row Galleries - Urban Design & Architecture
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