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Creative Programmes

CWC organizes a wide range of creative programmes that address a variety of issues under the scope of writing and communication. These programs are open to everyone, and cater to a diverse audience from various academic or professional backgrounds and makes for highly engaging sessions with a myriad of perspectives. Since the inception of CWC, these programmes have revolved around themes that include, but are not limited to, creative writing, research practices, communication, music, computer programming, journalism, cinema, comics, law, and photography.

Some of the most popular sessions included: a workshop on music called, More Than Meets The Ear: Active Listening In Practice by Varun Kishore; Your Turn: A Workshop On Creating Board Games From Everyday Objects by Mandara Vishwanath; The Anatomy Of A Feghoot: Writing Pun Inspired Stories a.k.a. A Feghoot by Karandeep Mehra; Manifesto: A Workshop on Art Manifestoes By Dhruba Basu and Shantam Goyal; O Rama what right did you have to kill me: A Reading of a Secret Version of the Ramayana by Vivek Narayanan and Souradeep Roy; Content or Intent: The Prickly Path of Poetry Translation by Anurima Chandra and Jyotirmoy Talukdar; Writing ‘their’ Voices: How NOT to do Ethnography by Urmimala Sarkar & Poulomi Das; Recipe Writing Workshop by Mohini Mehta.

Insta Live

A valuable addition to the CWC’s set of creative programs are the Insta Live sessions. These are informal interactive sessions on CWC’s Instagram, and artists, writers, poets, performers, academicians and many others to share their views and perspective on a wide spectrum of topics such as the trajectory of blogging in Hindi, the occupation of mainstream spaces by marginalised identities, to Dalit writing in India, excavating a plethora of complexities of inhabiting and writing from minority positions, societal marginalisation, and the challenges of documentation when the medium becomes obsolete.

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