5:30 PM17:30

Edbridge Cinema #2: Join us for a screening of 2019 Oscar Best Picture 'Green Book'

We are back with our second movie night of the year!

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This time, we are excited to screen the 2019 Oscar Best Picture Green Book

Dr. Donald Shirley, an accomplished concert pianist, hires Italian-American bouncer Tony Lip to drive him during his 1962 tour of the South as protection against the racism that he, as an African American, is certain to encounter. Despite their differences, Dr. Shirley and Tony discover that they enjoy spending time together and have much to learn from each other.


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We look forward to stimulating conversations about the movie over loads of popcorn!

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12:00 PM12:00

Join us in an immersive Art and Sustainability walk with students from Allegheny College this May!

Dear all,

We are excited to announce a collaboration with Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania. Ishita Sinha Roy and Beth Watkins (Professors of Communication and Theater Arts at Allegheny) and their group of 16 students are visiting India as part of the El India Summer Abroad Program - an experiential learning seminar which involves investigation media and the arts through a historical lens. We have set out one to do their activities with them!

Join us as cultural ambassadors and interact with college students from Allegheny. Learn from their experiences as you share with them yours, while engaging in a cultural transfusion in your own city!

12 students will be selected to join the excursion based on their responses to a short essay prompt included in the registration form below.

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Who should attend?

All students in grades 9 to 12 interested in Art, Design, Social Service, Entrepreneurship, Environment and Sustainability, or even simply exploring Delhi with a group of exploration enthusiasts!

What’s the plan?

  • Meet with their group over lunch at Saket, Delhi NCR at 12 noon.

  • Following lunch, we will explore the picturesque street art on the building walls of Khirkee Extension.

  • We will also tour KHOJ’s (a not-for-profit cultural organization for the promotion of the arts) office, and then stop at Swechha–a social enterprise that works to ‘upcycle’ goods.

  • End the day with an interactive discussion session at Hotel Leela Palace.

Note: There is no fee or cost involved. Students will only have to manage their transportation to the meeting point and back from Hotel Leela Palace. The meeting point will be announced closer to the event date.

All are welcome and registration is free:

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Feel free to contact us for any queries. We look forward to having you with us.

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4:00 PM16:00

Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival - at Edbridge!


- What is it? A Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival offers students thought-provoking mathematical problems in a social and cooperative atmosphere. Students work individually or in groups for as long as they like to solve fun puzzles, problem sets and games, with support provided by a facilitator. Motivation comes from social interaction and collaboration, rather than from any prize, grade, medal, or ranking.

- Who is it for? Middle schoolers (Grades 6 to 8). We welcome all types of students - from those struggling with mathematics to those soaring in achievement.

An online payment link for a nominal fee of ₹ 300 will be sent to you on your registered email ID.


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5:00 PM17:00

Let's Party! An Edbridge-Evoluer Student Mixer

Edbridge is joining hands with Evoluer Solutions to organize a fun and informal student mixer. Evoluer is a team of practicing educators working with differently-abled individuals. Their aim is to make working and social environments more inclusive and accessible. 

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Join us for an evening full of fun and interact with students and hear their inspiring stories! 

Sign up!

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11:00 AM11:00

Clues and Colors - A Street Art Scavenger Hunt at the Lodhi Art District

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Did you know that Delhi is home to India's first open-air Public Art District?

The Lodhi Colony in South Delhi presents both modern and ancient reminiscences of the city. It is not only home to the newly made Lodhi Art district, and luxury restaurants and homes, but also lots of our city's heritage - Lodhi gardens and various tombs, for instance. This locality can take you back and forth in time.

It is no surprise that this is where the Lodhi Art district happened to bloom. Join us in this scavenger hunt to explore this union of tradition, modernity, and discourse. Through this scavenger hunt, we will actively engage with the community and try to understand how public spaces can be turned into a medium of discourse that encourages people to engage in conversations while also becoming more accepting of diversity and diverse opinions.

Allow yourself to indulge in an understanding of your community like never before. If you're lucky, you might just find some of the artists from India, Italy, New Zealand, and other parts of the world, painting their way through, always more than happy to strike a conversation with you!


Inspiring Delhi is an Edbridge Initiative which aims to encourage city exploration through community engagement. Our series of walks and scavenger hunts will take you through different parts of the city, engaging with this city with a culturally rich, diverse history, while also ravishing some of the best street food in town, or bumping into the next gully boy! Perhaps you will be inspired to translate some of your findings and insights into a unique project.

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4:00 PM16:00

Designing Your Life Workshop

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Using Design Thinking Principles developed by Stanford Professors Dave Evans and Bill Burnett, we can use a simple method to build a life that will work for us. 

This workshop will provide a basic introduction to Design Thinking and how it can be applied to our professional lives. We will also start off with some initial Design Thinking exercises to give a taste what its like to build your life using these exercises. Leading the workshop would be Shantanu Garg, a Mentor at at Edbrand (college admissions consultancy). Currently pursuing Law at Delhi University, he is a graduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) with a Leadership Sequence, from Claremont McKenna College (CMC).

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4:45 PM16:45

Movie screening and discussion

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With all the exciting happenings around us and the world, Edbridge presents to you another such one: EDBRIDGE CINEMA.

For our first movie night, we are excited to screen 2018's biggest blockbuster Black Panther:

T'Challa is crowned king of Wakanda following his father's death, but his sovereignty is challenged by an adversary who plans to abandon the country's isolationist policies and begin a global revolution. The screening will be followed by a stimulating discussion on colonialism, racism, and feminism, using our superheroic lenses.

When? 5 p.m., Friday 18th January 2019

Do we get CHEESE popcorn? Be there to find out!

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