Get to know the fabulous people behind the magic at One Future Collective!
Samragni Dasgupta, Program and Outreach Coordinator, Bangalore
Tell us about yourself!
I am currently studying in St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous) in Bangalore. I have been studying theatre since the age of 6, and am an avid lover of the practice. I have interned at Multi-Media art companies such as Maraa, and at Vimochana, an NGO that works for the betterment of women in society.
Tell us about what you do at One Future Collective.
I’m the Program and Outreach Coordinator in Bangalore at OFC.
Why One Future Collective?
I really loved the type of the work the organisation is doing. I feel like I can make an impact via this organisation. It offers a safe space for the intellectual, the artist, the scientist and everybody else to come together and to create something new.
Your favourite One Future Collective memory.
My first conversation with Jerin and Vandita!
What inspires you?
Everything. I am a firm believer in interconnectivity of the arts, the sciences, and the social sciences. Without one, the other cannot be fully explored. I want to work in building this interconnectivity and creating a space for all ages, genders, sexualities, and races to connect and build. It is this interconnectivity that inspires me.
Top three book/song recommendations or both.
- Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper
- The Room Where it Happens from Hamilton
- Waving through a Window from Dear Evan Hansen
- Palace of Illusions by Chitra Banerjee
- A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams
- The Mahabharata
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