Our Public Sphere, Our House, Our City
Urban Day at Urban Mela, Bangalore – Palace Grounds
1st July 2012, Culture Pavilion, Indo-German Urban Mela, Palace Grounds, Bangalore Palace
MOD Institute invites you to the critical urban talk series Urban Day at Urban Mela, under the banner of the year of Germany and India 2011-2012: Infinite Opportunities organised by MOD Institute and Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan, Bangalore.
The talk series sessions titled our public sphere, our house and our city are structured around a survey and practical design of urban development in India and Bangalore. In particular the talks will question the existing status quo of urban planning and critically address various issues related to urban transformation in India in applied and innovative ways.
The format CRITICAL URBAN TALK has a time slot of 75 minutes for each session to highlight theses, facts and crucial questions.
We are honoured to have expert speakers from India and Germany to deliver the lectures at the event, with moderators from journalist community from Bangalore.
For further details, please see the attached flyer.
Urban Day Flyer
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