The third day of Kaleidoscope 2016 had events ranging from sports to craft. The event, Toon Tunes was a soulful tribute to the songs we’ve grown up listening to. The participants rendered a medley of their favorite cartoon jingles with a song by a contemporary artist.
From Scooby Doo to Power Puff Girls, the participants took the audience down the memory lane and revived the musical memories that we still reminisce about. A fine arts event, Pot the Plot, was sponsored by Pink Mud, Genuine Broaster Chicken and Bôtl. The themes were based on famous books such as Harry Potter, etc.
The main motive of the event was to move a step ahead of Canvas painting and to plot the entire story of the given theme on a pot. Another Fine Arts event taking place in the campus was Carrey Catch Her. The theme for this event were social causes and each contest had to pick a chit with the topic at hand and had to create a caricature for the same, in three hours using any medium but oil paints.
Chop till you drop, a culinary event presented by Swiggy. The participants were asked to make a dish that took them back in time. The judge for the event was Shipra Khanna, a chef and the winner of Masterchef India Season 2. She appreciated the organization of the festival and said, “It is great to judge a competition in a girl’s college like Sophia whose students are so empowered. In the event Trial and Tweet, armed with pens and a sheet of paper, the participants were asked write poems condensed into 140 characters, similar to the Twitter format. The event that spanned for two hours, was to be judged by Chintan Ruparel from Terribly Tiny Tales. Footloose was a dance event organised by the Performing Arts team. When asked about the underline of the event, the judge Sagarika Bhatt said “The contestants just discovered themselves as performers in the course of the event. I am hoping for a great number coming in next year.”
Open Mic Night began on a musical note, the participants showed the event a great deal of enthusiasm and gave their performances their best shot. The judges for the event were the sensational – The Other People, who said, ‘We’ve been here before and we always love coming back, the energy at the festival is electrifying.’ With another day of Street Football, the pace of the competition picked up considerably due to the tough, and oftentimes quite aggressive competition on the court. Out of the competing teams, only 11 are to make it to the next round.
All in all, the third day witnessed good footfall.