Safal Fest (November 27) seeks artists, poets, solo singers and dancers

After a lull due to Covid 19, this Year the SAFAL (South Asian Film, Art & Literature) 2021 is being organized on Saturday 27th November 21 at the Brush Farm House 19 Lawson Street Eastwood NSW 2122.


Time : 10 am to 6pm Free Entry (Subject to Covid Conditions) Ample Road Side Parking.

The Safal Fest 21 Organising team is headed by Kedarnath (Kevin)Pagaddinnimath Festival Chairperson & Secretary/Co-Founder ASAF Inc.
Ash Gholkar : Festival Director & President /Co-Founder ASAF inc/Safal
Balaji Mani : Treasurer ASAF/inc/Safal


SAFAL Fest Directors:
Dyu Dcunha, Jeyakumar Ramasamy, Kavitha Jeyakumar, Kithsiri Karunaratne, Nagendra Adhikari, Rekha Rajvanshi, Sabrin Farooqui, Shahid Malik and Saliya Tennekoon


Due to Covid Restrictions and Lockdowns the Festival will be concentrating only on the Art Exhibition, Literary Panel Discussion, Poetry Slam, and the Talent Quest
(Which includes Solo Singing and Solo Dance Competition, with Children 12 years and above allowed to Participate this year)
Expression of Interest is being called for Participation in Art Exhibition, Poetry Slam , Solo Singing and Dance Competition.
Links to Expression of Interest Form is available in the link given in the flyer below:

Short URL: https://indiandownunder.com.au/?p=17016

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