Open mic night 

AHMEDABAD

 

Sharing stories doesn't need to have a fixed medium. Discovering Ahmedabad through music. 

scene 1 : streetscape

Location : Mumbai

Sketching summer internship where streets of Parel were surveyed in search for stories that were later collated into graphics and translated on paper  

drawing mumbai

Drawing Mumbai was one of the three workshops conducted as a part of ICHH, hosted by Rizvi College of Architecture. Held for around 20 students, it was conducted at our People Place Project studio in Juhu. The two intensive days for these 1st year students encompassed going around 5 locations in Mumbai armed with a quote on a postcard. There task, like a treasure hunt, was to find a visual frame that metaphorically represented the quote. Quotes were beautifully illustrated by the students the next day in black and white and a single color. Having created over 55 postcards, the workshop and the postcards opened up new ways of looking at Mumbai.  

Urban stories

We asked the people to bring us an anthology of graphics that tells us about the stories about urban concerns, stories that inspire you, stories that you think are something that everyone needs to know through graphics.

Let's build a kinder world with stories

Mumbai, kolkata, ahmedabad

Don’t we all love a good story? We have stories all around us- in the cities we live and the places we make... Aren't we all a part of this story? 


When was the last time you paused and listened to these stories around you? The stories of the city... The stories of you and me...

The Sunday Stories Society is an initiative by The People Place Project in association with The Secret Passages to further consciousness about our human and environmental habitat through Storytelling.


 

CONTESTS :

Photo contest

Kolkata 

Urban story

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The People Place Project is an initiative that explores text as a tool of place-making and foster a spirit of city consciousness. The publications are a way to share the experience.

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