MICA hosts its annual kultura music and literature festival

MICA, Ahmedabad is ready to organize its annual Kultura music and literature festival from February 22 to 23. Kultura is a unique festival that combines music and literature, two of the strongest means of telling stories, through workshops and activities. This year's theme is Rhapsody of Escaping Reality.

The festival is a collaboration between MICA LitComm, the literary committee of MICA and MICA Studio7, the musical society of MICA. Both committees have planned events such as storytelling, music workshops, photo exhibits, comedies, open microphones and others during the two days.

Speaking about the same thing, a member of the Kultura team said: “Those who attend can immerse themselves in a lyrical and musical trance. Through Kultura, our goal is to celebrate culture, art and creativity, with a beautiful tune of melodies and words.

For two days, Kultura will organize a poetry writing workshop by Megha Rao, surrealist poet and artist of fame Terribly Tiny Tales, a discussion with Devaiah Bopanna, former principal writer at AIB and co-founder of a storytelling platform called All Things Small, A stand-up comedy by Mahila Manch, founded by women to give voice to all the people who have no voice in the main speech, will conduct their routine of analyzing substantial problems.

Interestingly, Kultura will also bring a northeastern artist, Taba Chake, a finger-style guitarist, to act for time. Chake's deeply rooted education in a Nyishi tribal family from Arunachal Pradesh is reflected in his unique voice and lyrical themes that combine tribal folklore with nature.

MICA students will also have the opportunity to share their most precious works of art during an art and photography exhibition. India Film Project will also hold a film workshop followed by a contest.