The fifth edition of the Semana da Cultura Indo Portuguesa (Goa) is all set to begin this month. The three month long Semana Da Cultura Indo-Portuguesa (Goa) celebrations will kick off with the exhibition by four brilliant artists – Salvador Fernandes focusing on evolution, Harshada Kerkar main theme revolving about the love of cows and calf with reference to motherly love, Loretti Pinto focusing on old Goan heritage and decay and Rajesh Salgaoncar focusing on the abstraction of his fascination with marine life. The exhibition will be held from 26th October to 1st November at Sunaparanta, Altinho Panjim from 10am to 6pm.
Like the earlier editions this year too will see a celebration of Indian and Portuguese culture including art, cinema, music, cuisine, theatre, literature and more. The event beginning from October 2013 and culminating in January 2014 will include an art exhibition by celebrated Goan artists, plays and tiatrs, musical evenings, a film festival, concerts and get-togethers. The event is an effort to celebrate and appreciate the rich cultural flavours of the two nations.