This February, with Dona Paula serving as a backdrop, the Goa Project unfolds over two days. Expect workshops, interactive sessions, and performances to come along with general seaside revelry.
Completely crowd-sourced and run by a team of volunteers from all across the world, The Goa Project is now presenting its fourth edition. Over two days, this February, people from a range of fields are invited to participate, share and exchange cool ideas and mind-boggling innovations that shake industries up. Of course, instead of doing it in the traditional (but boring) way, The Goa Project rolls out in sunny and laid back Goa and looks to open your mind to a world of possibilities.
On the right track
The Goa Project fosters discussions, experiments and experiences for seven different tracks. Entrepreneurship, Music, Interactive Media and Film, Design, Society and Performing Arts will find a spotlight here. Visionaries and experts in these fields pitch interactive sessions to the team and audiences. After a round of voting and factoring in expert inputs, the plan is drawn up. This year, the event has already seen 90 odd submissions. Sessions with Orijit Sen, a leading name in the world of design, and Mahesh Murthy, who will share his take on Innovating on Capital for Emerging Markets, have already been confirmed.
Where: Bay 15, Dona Paula, Panjim. Goa
When: Friday, February 19 to Saturday, February 20, 2016
Contact: +91 9876543210
Check out their website here.
Featured image via: The Goa Project