Send us your selfie photo from a “Swiss Films on Wheels” film screening of “Heidi” and “My Life as a Zucchini”!
Participate in our #SwissFilmsonWheels photo entry and stand a chance to win a Swiss box of colored pencils and a Swiss coloring book. Prizes can be won once every month, starting from March 2018, ending in May 2018.
The first 10 photo entries each month (March, April and May 2018) will be the winners and a selection of the photos will be published on the Facebook page of the Embassy of Switzerland in India. In total 30 prizes can be won by the audience of the “Swiss Films on Wheels” film screenings. The selfie photo selection is made by the entry date in the Embassy mailbox.
Location: Facebook page of the Embassy of Switzerland
The Embassy of Switzerland hosts the inaugural event of the Indo-Swiss Future Leaders Forum (ISFLF). The founders of the ISFLF intend to connect young minds from India and Switzerland by providing an online platform for interaction, ideation and engagement.
Location: Embassy of Switzerland to India, New Delhi
On occasion of the 70 Years of Swiss Indian Friendship, a special bus, spreading the message of friendship, understanding, respect and inclusiveness was launched on 6th March 2018 at the Embassy of Switzerland. The bus now begins its third leg of the India tour. The best of children’s movies from Switzerland will be screened during the tour.
Cartoons are proven tools for dialogue all over the world. On occasion of the 70 Years of Swiss-Indian Friendship and in the framework of the French Language Week celebrations, the Swiss representations in India bring to you the “Power of Cartoons”, talk-presentation by the award-winning Swiss cartoonist Patrick Chappatte along with an Indian cartoonist. Join us for a candid conversation and interaction.
Location: New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Mumbai.
Vocational Education and Training (VET) represents an important facet of the Swiss education system. Swiss VET is structured as a private-sector driven educational model and is the driving force of Switzerland’s global competitiveness, innovation and economic success. This seminar aims to showcase how the Swiss dual VET model could contribute to skilling individuals for the labour market.
On the occasion of Women's Day, the Consulate General of Switzerland in Mumbai and G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture, present a special screening of 2017's acclaimed Swiss film 'The Divine Order'.
On occasion of the 70 Years of Swiss Indian Friendship, the Swiss representations in India bring the best of children’s movies from Switzerland to various regions in India. The films “Heidi” and “My Life as a Zucchini” will travel on a special bus and spread a message of friendship, understanding, respect and inclusiveness.
Location: New Delhi, Jaipur, Udaipur, Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Baroda, Nashik and Mumbai
On the occasion of the India Art Fair 2018 and to commemorate 70 Years of Swiss-Indian Friendship, the Embassy of Switzerland and Andaz Delhi (a concept by Hyatt) feature Swiss Chef Margaretha Jüngling at Andaz's AnnaMaya.
On the occasion of the India Art Fair 2018 and 70 Years of Swiss-Indian Friendship, the Embassy of Switzerland will host three site-specific installations to celebrate the Swiss-Indian Art Collective, featuring Katja Loher, Sumakshi Singh and Satish Gupta. In a beautiful and magical approach, whereby technology and spirituality merge to create a new terrestrial ground, the artists raise ecological awareness.
Location: Embassy of Switzerland, Nyaya Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi
Dr. Barbara Beckett, Professor of Conservation and Restoration of Architecture and Furnishing at the University of Applied Sciences, Bern, Switzerland, will be in conversation with Mr Vikas Dilawari of Vikas Dilawari Architects. In a candid conversation on the 'Life of Conservation', they will discuss art and architecture in changing times. This conversation takes place within the 'Urban Design and Architecture' section of the festival.
Location: Max Mueller Bhavan (Goethe Institute), Kala Ghoda, Mumbai-400 001
“Kirti Mandir” was constructed in Vadodara by Maharaja Sayajirao Gaekwad III in 1936. The central hall of this edifice contains several impressive murals painted by the renowned artist of the Bengal School of Art, Nandalal Bose. Experts from Switzerland and India will deliver talks (open for public) and organise practical demonstrations in the fields of conservation of wall paintings on the site (entry by invitation only). Know more
Presented in the framework of the initiative 70 Years of Swiss-Indian Friendship: Connecting Minds - Inspiring the Future.