Jul
13
4:00 PM16:00

Middle Ground - a unique debate event at Edbridge

Do you find yourself expressing your opinions on social media often? Having intense discussions at the dining table? Perhaps you enjoy debating in school? If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, then this event is just for you! 

Join us this Saturday as we engage in a unique style of debating, inspired by ‘Middle Ground’ - a series created by Jubilee Media, an organisation which creates human-centric videos aimed to bridge people together. (Watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0SpzIIHEaE)

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The format of the debate is unconventional - participants will be presented with a series of unbiased statements which they have to agree/disagree with. Participants will then explain the reasons behind their decision. 

The aim of this event is to create an open and non-judgmental environment where participants can freely express their opinions, and most importantly hope to learn something meaningful from the other side - challenging their own views, and attempting to reach some sort of middle ground.

This event is open to all high school students.  

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Jul
6
5:00 PM17:00

SUSSout 05: Circular Fashion

Edbridge is excited to host the fifth edition of SUSSout, and this time they’re getting into Circular Fashion.

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What do we have in store?

We have put together a series of lightning talks by experts, experimenters, and enablers to understand the circularity ecosystem in the fashion industry. Come join us for the fifth edition of SUSSout filled with insightful conversations and chance to meet others working or interested in this space.

The panelists include:

- Priyanka Khanna, International Expansion Manager, Fashion for Good (FFG), an innovation platform for sustainable fashion based out of Amsterdam. Priyanka is leading the expansion of FFG into Asia. She is launching a localized innovation program for bridging the gap between innovations in the fashion supply chain and the manufacturers and retailers in the region.

- Pragati Singhal, Designer, Conserve India, is currently working on a patent-pending project to create new bio-based materials from by-products of the agricultural and food industry.

- Representative from the Ministry of Environment and Forests (TBD)

Fee:

General Entry: INR250

Student Entry: INR200

Book your spot here!

The event is organized by:

SUSS is a community and movement to build awareness and start conversations around sustainable fashion in India. We bring together conscious consumers, designers, makers, curators, writers, film-makers, and others to share experiences, discover new ideas, and collaborate on projects.

Supported by:

- Conserve India, a non-profit founded in 1998 to tackle the mounting problem of plastic waste while generating livelihoods.

- Fashion for Good, an innovation platform for sustainable fashion, based out of Amsterdam.

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Jun
24
to Jun 29

Edbridge and Project Mynt present 6-days of immersive learning starting 24 June

Direct a Film

Filmmaking - by Snehil Mishra – a creative at Swastika Films, who has written three feature length screenplays and directed various ad films.

Have you always wondered what making a film entails? Learn how to think like a filmmaker and make a short film to show off your talent! Attend Project Mynt’s Filmmaking Capsule to understand the key aspects of filmmaking such as screenwriting, pre-production, cinematography and direction.

Produce a song

Electronic Music Production - by Gaurav Chintamani – Course Director of the Audio Engineering and Music Production Programme at the Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication (SACAC), and owner of Quarter Note Studios, one of the most reputed music production houses in India

Have you always wanted to know how artists compose and produce songs? Sign up for this immersive electronic music production capsule to gain an insight into the many layers that go into producing music, and ultimately produce your own track!

Shoot Insta-famous photographs

Photography - by Raghav Pasricha – an ace independent photographer, whose work spreads across multiple genres of documentary, product, architectural and event photography.

Develop insight and appreciation of the art form of photography and learn about its many facets through this exciting capsule, which will cover concepts such as photographic grammar and visual narratives, and equip you with the skills required to take memorable photos.

The fee for each course is Rs. 15000 plus taxes

When: 24th-29th June

Where: 403, Edbridge // Edbrand, Crosspoint Mall, 4th Floor, DLF Phase 4, Gurgaon (opp Galleria market)

Time: 9:30am – 11:30am

Register to find out more about these 6-day learning capsules offered at Edbridge and Project Mynt.

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Jun
23
to Jun 28

Summer of Code with CampK12 at Edbridge 23-28 June 3-8 pm all 6 days.

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We are pleased to announce a partnership with CampK12 and launch of their coding bootcamps. Founded in 2010 by an MIT computer science grad, CampK12 mentors have taught coding to 50,000+ students age 6 - 18, in school classrooms across South Asia.

At this 6-day/30 hour bootcamp at Edbridge, students get to choose from 2 cutting-edge courses this summer:

Mixed Reality: AR, VR, and 3D Programming

AI & Machine Learning: Chatbots & NLP

Each course is 30 hours, 5 hours per day for 6 days.

Dates: Sun 23 June to Friday 28 June

Time: 3 pm to 8 pm on all 6 days.

Venue: Edbridge Edbrand 403 Crosspoint, 4th floor, DLF4, opp Galleria, Gurugram.

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Jun
17
to Jun 22

Thinking and Articulation Workshop for middle school students with Vinita Johorey

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For Students in grades 6 and 7

17 to 19 June — 9.30 am till 11.30 am on all days

For Students in grades 8 and 9

20 to 22 June — 9.30 am till 11.30 am on all days

What should the students carry?

A notebook, pen, and thinking caps!

The fee for the three days will be 5,500/- Please fill this form for more details and registration.

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Jun
11
to Jun 15

Think Camp with Action

Let's tap into your child's curiosity to ignite their imagination and turn them into confident storytellers and collaborative problem solvers!

DATES: 10 to 15 June 2019

TIMINGS: 9 AM to 11 AM

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The rapid pace of change across opens up many possibilities for our children. But with 65% of future jobs yet to be envisaged, we should prepare them with life-skills that will empower them to be adaptable, innovative, and purpose-driven in tomorrow’s world.

What is the camp all about?

The 6 days camp will engage them with fun activities to solve their real-world problems, build empathy, practice design thinking, and learn effective storytelling to share their unique ideas. Students will work as individuals and as groups alongwith expert facilitators from Stanford and IIT-Delhi as they develop their critical thinking and communication skills. 

To ensure that the children continue to build on this journey, they will be given a trial subscription of AugLi, an online platform to build awareness and skills everyday. 

Who should attend? Middle and High Schoolers (Grades 6 to 10)

A nominal fee of ₹5000 will be charged to reserve your slot for this event.

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Queries? Feel free to contact Anjali Tiwary, the Lead Facilitator for THINK CAMP at +91 98118 42085

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May
26
to May 27

STEMINAR - an Edbridge initiative towards bringing science closer to middle school students!

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Modern curricula suggest that STEM education in middle school should focus on fundamental concepts treated in an isolated manner. They underestimate the ability and willingness of the typical sixth grader to question, hypothesize, and verify.

Join us for an afternoon of discussion, brainstorming, problem-solving, and a glimpse into what science today is beginning to look like outside of the constraints of your classrooms.

- What is it? This STEMINAR offers students thought-provoking scientific 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 senior student 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 science to those soaring in achievement.

A nominal fee of ₹200 will be charged on the day of the event.

Queries? Feel free to contact Smiti Mittal, the student lead for STEMINAR: +91 81302 54514

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May
18
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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Word limit: 200 to 250 words

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

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Apr
25
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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Apr
6
4:00 PM16:00

Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival - at Edbridge!

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- 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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Mar
11
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! 

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Mar
2
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!

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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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Feb
9
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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Jan
18
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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