Tuesday, March 14

Learn, discover, meet the artists!
All events are free and open to all.

2pm – 5pm // Join the Writer in Residence

Throughout the festival, Alisha Sett, curator of An Attic Full of Film, will play the role of writer-in-residence at the exhibition. Visitors are invited to join her for these open sessions to have a conversation about their own family photos, or to come and write in the space.
Every day until Wednesday, March 22.
Venue: Ferreira House • 47 G, Khotachiwadi, Girgaum
#AlishaSett #RescuedFilmProject

6pm // Curator talk
Short Distances and Definite Places: A Brief Look at the Life and Work of William Gedney.
By Margaret Sartor, followed by a Q&A with Margaret Sartor and Shanay Jhaveri.
Venue: JNAF @ CSMVS • 159/61 Mahatma Gandhi Road, Fort • 022 2284 4484 • www.themuseummumbai.com • www.jnaf.org
RSVP: jnafmumbai@gmail.com

#JNAF #WilliamGedney #ShanayJhaveri #MargaretSartor #DevikaSingh

Tea: 7pm, talk: 7.30pm – 8.30pm // Artist talk
UK-based photographer and curator Jason Tilley presents a talk on photographs taken by his Anglo-Indian grandfather, a Times of India photographer, Bert Scott in the 1930s and 1940s. While exploring this archive, Jason discovered secrets and love stories from his grandfather’s past.
Jason is also the co-curator of the Masterji exhibition.
Venue: Ministry of New • Kitab Mahal, 3rd Floor, 192 D.N. Road, Azad Maidan, Fort • www.ministryofnew.in • info@ministryofnew.in
#JasonTilley #BertScott #LoveStories #Masterji