Kala Ghoda Arts Festival is a 10 day annual festival, held in South Mumbai, India. It is an integral part of the tradition and culture in this part of the country. The popularity of this festival has skyrocketted in the recent past and it had resulted to intrusion of a number of other art and culture festivals.
History Kala Ghoda Arts Festival
The history of Kala Ghoda Arts Festival dates back to the year 1999, when it was first organized by Kala Ghoda Association. The organizer is a non-profit organization that is working on the upgradation of Kala Ghoda sub-precinct and transforms it into the Art district of Mumbai.
About Kala Ghoda Arts Festival
The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival features a number of sub-festivals. The sub festivals display various forms of arts like music, heritage walks, special events, visual arts, literature etc. Workshops, lectures and special events for children are also a part of this famous festival. The whole area boasts a colorful look during the festival. The festival also acts as a platform for artisans, painters to sell their creations. Visitors can also avail quality food from food stalls erected at the venue. The largeness of the event engages multiple venues. The festival takes place at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Jehengir Art Gallery, David Sassoon Library, Elphinstone College, Max Mueller Bhavan, K R Cama Institute and street area of Rampart Row.