Press release - Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2024

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The Tourism Office of Spain (Mumbai) participates in Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2024 as an official partner, inviting visitors of all ages to delve into the country’s rich heritageThe multi-cultural extravaganza of Kala Ghoda brings Spain into vibrant focus for India. The Tourism Office of Spain will enchant Mumbai from January 20th to January 28th through a compelling trio of activities coordinated in collaboration with the Kala Ghoda Association.Discover 'The Spanish Odyssey,' a captivating street art installation by Ms. Purva Sawant, embodying the 'Udaan' to Spanish cultural treasures, including the masterpieces of Dalí and Miró. On Thursday, January 25th, at 07:40 PM, witness the harmonious fusion of Spain’s Flamenco and India’s Kathak in a dance exhibition at Cross Maidan. It is advised to arrive earlier to save your seat! For families with kids aged 6 and above, join the workshop on Saturday, January 27th, at CSMVS Children’s Museum (Amphitheatre) from 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM. Delve into the world of Barcelona’s mosaics, exploring Miró’s artworks, and let creativity soar as children craft their own masterpieces.'The creativity of Dalí and Joan Miró resonate perfectly with the Kala Ghoda Art Festival,' shares Ms. Elisa Robles, Director of the Tourism Office of Spain. 'This year, commemorating the 40th anniversary of the artwork Sol de Miró, our logo symbolizing the warmth of our culture, adds a special touch to KGAF 2024. The collaboration between the Tourism Office of Spain and Kala Ghoda Association aims to bridge cultures and inspire creative souls to take flight, especially towards the enchanting land of Spain.The Tourism Office of Spain in Mumbai (TURESPAÑA)The National Tourist Office of the Embassy of Spain is the institution in charge of the promotion of Spain as a tourist destination in India and neighbouring countries, through establishing and maintaining a network of relationships and ties with these countries.Kala Ghoda Arts FestivalMultidisciplinary street arts festival held annually in Mumbai, between January and February, and organized by the Kala Ghoda Association. The festival has become an annual appointment for artists, art lovers and visitors from all disciplines and places, honouring creativity and crafts, and becoming one of Asia’s largest arts festival.

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