ARTS + CULTURE An Insider's Guide to the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2019 FORT anemptytextlline If the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival were a person, it would turn 20 today. From an eclectic festival to a festival for the people, by the people, KGAF has come a long way, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. Live A Little At The Quarter GIRGAUM anemptytextlline Classic chandeliers beckon through the glass, enticing aromas tantalise my nostrils, but I’m already swaying in anticipation of the music at The Quarter. In Conversation with Hena Kapadia of TARQ COLABA anemptytextlline TARQ focuses on showcasing works by young, emerging artists and has made itself a highly interactive space by hosting events, workshops, and talks. In Conversation with Mortimer Chatterjee of Chatterjee & Lal COLABA anemptytextlline Contemporary art galleries can have a very progressive role in spearheading that trend, says Mortimer Chatterjee. In Conversation With Nishad Avari Of Christie's anemptytextlline Christie’s India isn’t merely in the business of auctioning rare artworks but is playing a supplementary role in educating Mumbaikars on the finer nuances of collectables. In Conversation With The Mother-Daughter Duo Behind Tao Art Gallery WORLI anemptytextlline Kalpana and Sanjana Shah talk to us about the gallery's legacy, curating challenging/unconventional shows, and creating an education series about contemporary art. An Insiders’ Tour Of CSMVS COLABA anemptytextlline CSMVS has winding staircases and labyrinthine rooms filled with objects spanning centuries and from around the world. Wayword & Wise Is A Readers' Paradise FORT anemptytextlline It stocks no toys to lure the dithering customer. Just books, rows upon glorious rows of books.