Bengal’s Durga was an exhibition of photographs from the Durga Puja Festival of West Bengal India.
Kinetika were delighted that all 20 of the 6m hand painted flags made for Silk River took part in the Manchester Day Parade Sunday 17th June 2018.
Having journeyed down the Thames and Hooghly rivers, the beautiful hand painted Silk River scrolls will now be exhibited at the Beecroft Gallery in Southend-on-Sea 2 March – 25 April 2018.
Here’s the latest Kinetika and Silk River news, hot of the press!
*Update* Due to adverse weather, the official opening of the Silk River exhibition has been delayed until Tues 6th March 6-8pm.
Silk River has been an epic undertaking and we’re looking forward to the many legacy projects that are beginning to take shape. Here is the end of project report, which contains an outline of some of the exciting things that happened and the impact of the project.
We’re delighted that Mandakini Menon has completed the edit of her new film covering Silk River in India. See it in full here
Bath Spa University celebrates end of Silk River programme of cultural exchange.
“A living bridge between two countries” – artists from West Bengal and Thames have taken part “in one of the most important projects of the Year of UK/India Culture.”