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Workshop by Antara Dev Sen, Editor, The Little Magazine (Delhi)
Co-organized by ICG in association with Goa Writers’ Group
ENTRY FREE, OPEN TO ALL
Noted journalist and editor of ‘The Little Magazine’ Ms. Antara Dev Sen will conduct a workshop on ‘The Little Magazine Movement’ on Wednesday, 26th September 2012 from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm at The International Centre Goa (ICG). The workshop is organised by the ICG in association with Goa Writers Group and it is part of the series of workshops organised as Curtain Raiser programmes for the 3rd Goa Arts & Literary Festival – 2012.
In the evening, on the same day at 5:30 pm Ms. Sen along with Prakash Kamat, Special Correspondent (Goa), The Hindu and Nandini Sahai, Director, The International Centre Goa will speak in a Panel Discussion cum Interactive Session on Media Today.
Both the programmes are open to all and there is no registration fee.
The workshop will be very beneficial to the media persons and faculty & students of Languages and Journalism & Mass Communication. All participants of the workshop will be issued the ‘Certificate of Participation’.
About Antara Dev Sen
Antara Dev Sen to host workshop, panel discussion on Indian Media at ICG on 26th Sept .
Award-winning independent journalist and editor Antara Dev Sen will host a workshop, and panel discussion at International Centre Goa, in another special preview of the 2012 Goa Arts & Literary Festival.
Dev Sen is founder editor of The Little Magazine, the independent journal of ideas and letters published from Delhi. Also a columnist, literary critic and translator, she is a commentator on the media, society, politics, culture and development. She is, or has earlier been, a columnist for The Asian Age, The Deccan Chronicle, The Week, The Indian Express, The Hindustan Times, Daily News and Analysis (DNA), Sify.com, Free Press Journal, The Bengal Post and Bangla Live, among other publications.
Sen has worked as Senior Editor of The Hindustan Times and of The Indian Express in Delhi. She started her journalistic career with Ananda Bazaar’s Sunday magazine in Calcutta. Sen was a Reuter Fellow at Oxford University. Her undergraduate and graduate studies were at Jadavpur University, Calcutta, and Smith College, USA. She is involved with or is advisor to various media, literary, educational and voluntary organisations in India and overseas.
The first event will be held between 10.30am and 12.30pm where Ms. Sen will talk on “Little Magazines & Alternate Voices” followed by an interactive Workshop with Antara Dev Sen (Little Magazine), Madhavi Sardessai (Zaag) and Prava Rai (Parmal, TambdiMati). The event will be hosted by Jose Lourenco (Goa Writers).
Later in the evening at 5 p.m. Antara Dev Sen will be in conversation with Prakash Kamat (Hindu) and Shruti Pandit (Goa Times)on “Is the Indian Media a functioning Fourth Estate?” The event will be hosted by Nandini Sahai of ICG.