A Film Festival on Women and Nature
Date: 23 – 26 March 2022
The Jacaranda Tales film festival celebrated the multiple facets of women’s relationships with nature and was organized in collaboration with Bangalore Film Society, Karnataka Gandhi Smaraka Nidhi, Gamana Women’s Collective, Gram Seva Sangh, G Foundation for Art and Culture and Kriti Film Club.
While the world is forced into a standstill under the current COVID-19 pandemic the looming Climate Crisis is as present as ever before. In this series BSF in collaboration with BIC hosts conversations on various aspects of Climate Change meant for the general public.
The Search on Church Street!
Every first Saturday of the month, 6.30 p.m. on Zoom and YouTube
Date: 22 & 23 August 2020
Have you ever wondered how food travels from the farm to the market to your plate and what are the different forces that shape the food culture of Bengaluru city? Would you like to explore the relationship that the city has with plants? Who Feeds Bengaluru is a deep-dive into Bengaluru, exploring the relationship that the city has with plants through a two-day workshop that includes talks, conversations and a little bit of cooking and creating.
Date: 24 & 25 January 2020
Bengaluru Sustainability Forum partnered with Science Gallery Bengaluru in their very first exhibition season – SUBMERGE – which opened at the Bangalore International Centre on 15th December 2019 and was running till the 30th of January 2020.
Date: November 2019
National Center for Biological Sciences
‘Energiewende’ Or ‘Energy transition’ in English is a traveling exhibition on the German’s approach to transition from fossil fuels to renewable en-ergy while increasing energy efficiency at the consumer’s end.