March 1, 2016

The Coalition: Festival Of Creativity

by Anusha Narayanan

A creative boot camp for those who want to create newer businesses from their bright, crazy and creative ideas, the first edition of The Coalition took place in 2014.

The third edition of The Coalition (TC3) which is going to happen at Delhi from 4 to 6 March, will take this journey further but also address the persisting questions on how to break the silos and bring all creative businesses together, which remained unanswered in the previous efforts.

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TC3, like the previous editions, targets anyone and everyone, be it a student, an artist, a musician, a school teacher or a banker, who wants to create a new creative business. This year TC3 has been designed to be “more inclusive”, and participants can attend workshops, network and exchange ideas as well as learn from vastly experienced industry professionals.

The curators for TC3 include – Amishi Parekh, the former Editor of Kyoorius and curator at CreativeMornings Mumbai; Cheryl Cuoto, Deputy Editor of ELLE india; Elise Foster Vander Elst who heads Asia Art Project; Mohor Ray Dahiya, of CoDesign; Shreyas Srinivasan, founder of Insider.in and NH7.in, and Vaibhav Chabbra of Maker’s Asylum,among many illustrious people.

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You can find the entire program for TC3 on their website.

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