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URBZ Mashup Mumbai - Mid-day 29th Nov'09

URBZ Mashup Mumbai - Mid-day 29th Nov'09

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Is your knowledge of your neighbourhood only limited to gossip about the spinster who lets the mailman in? It's time you woke up and laid claim to knowing all there is to know about your locality, and what could make it better. If you already have a vision of what your Mumbai should look like, you can now share it through a workshop organised by Urbz, in any form you would prefer ‚music, videos, fiction or photographs, basically in the form of a Mashup, as the workshop is titled. Though you may think the workshop is meant for architects, designers, artists, activists, writers and filmmakers, anyone who‚ interested in the city, its history and future, can walk in. People come with different experiences says Rahul Srivastava, founder-member of Urbz, a Dharavibased group that believes in organically developing a city by weaving in its residents. ‚The idea is to create that urban experience of intense cosmopolitanism and creativity through which you start thinking of neighbourhoods in new ways.‚The focus this time is on Kalbadevi and Bhuleshwar, two of the oldest areas in the city.
Is your knowledge of your neighbourhood only limited to gossip about the spinster who lets the mailman in? It's time you woke up and laid claim to knowing all there is to know about your locality, and what could make it better. If you already have a vision of what your Mumbai should look like, you can now share it through a workshop organised by Urbz, in any form you would prefer ‚music, videos, fiction or photographs, basically in the form of a Mashup, as the workshop is titled. Though you may think the workshop is meant for architects, designers, artists, activists, writers and filmmakers, anyone who‚ interested in the city, its history and future, can walk in. People come with different experiences says Rahul Srivastava, founder-member of Urbz, a Dharavibased group that believes in organically developing a city by weaving in its residents. ‚The idea is to create that urban experience of intense cosmopolitanism and creativity through which you start thinking of neighbourhoods in new ways.‚The focus this time is on Kalbadevi and Bhuleshwar, two of the oldest areas in the city.

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Published by: URBZ on Oct 30, 2009
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