Museum of Goa plans ‘flying art’

The Museum of Goa (MoG) Foundation will hold a “colourful flying exhibition” titled “Freedom is in the air” to celebrate the recent striking down of Section 377 of India Penal Code by the Supreme Court of India, from November 10 to 30. Celebrated Goan artist and sculptor Subodh Kerakar, Director of MoG, said the event will be held in collaboration with Hamsafar Trust and Goa Livelihood Forum at MoG museum in Pilerna. The Foundation has invited entries from artists from across the country to create works of art in response to LGBTQ issues through an open call to participate in the exhibition. Murugesan Sivasubramanian, Project Director, Hamsafar Trust, Mumbai, said that the initiative would help the cause of generating awareness over the Supreme Court judgement and its positive implications for the LGBT communities. An airborne installation in the colours of the rainbow is being planned as part of the event.

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