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"SEEDZ Of Light", an exhibition of water colour and pen-and-ink drawings by multi-talented Dipaali Edwankar will be held at the Artists Centre, Ador house, 6 Dubash Marg, (Rampart Row) Kala Ghoda, Mumbai 400 023 Tel: 2284 5939 The show will remain open from March 10 to 16, 11 a.m to 7 p.m. Dipaali is a painter, art educator, poet and dancer. She can be reached at 2446 5730. E-mail:

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A German novelist and journalist who has lived in Mumbai since 1998, Ilija Trojanow will read excerpts from his forthcoming book Along the Ganges: To the Inner Shores of India, March 12, 6.30 0.m. at the NCPA. The book is based on two journeys : a trip down the Ganga from source to mouth and a prolonged stay at the Maha Kumbh Mela in 2001. Poet and journalist Ranjit Hoskote will introduce the author.

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Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai and the Y.B. Chavan Centre present the trombonist Mike Svoboda and accordionist Stefan Hussong to showcase "Anarchic Harmonies" a concert (March 14, 6.30 p.m.) of Renaissance and 20th century music. Borderlines vanish in this crossover event, which joins two genres of music bridging a three hundred year gulf.

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MINISTER of State for Information and Broadcasting, Ravi Shankar Prasad, will inaugurate Asia's Biggest Convention on the Business of Entertainment on March 14.

The two day convention (closing March 16) will be attended by Guest of Honour Rt Hon Tessa Jowell MP, Secretary of State, (Cabinet Rank) Department for Culture, Media and Sports, Government of U.K.

Union Minister for Telecommunications, Information Technology and Disinvestment Arun Shourie will deliver the valedictory address.

Frames is the flagship event of the FICCI Entertainment Division. For more details, log on to Phone: 022-22883143/51 Fax: 022-22883152 E-mail:

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"FOUR Set Designs" and "King Lear" will be staged at 8.00 pm, March 10 at the Prithvi Theatre. What does this mean? Only, that the presentation of four set designs plus set models is based on dialogues and discussions with theatre directors Rahul da Cunha, Makrand Deshpande, Vijay Kenkre and Sunil Shanbag.

The event takes its provenance in a workshop and explorations of the text: "King Lear", which was held from January 11-18, at the Kamala Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute of Architecture, Juhu.

Tomorrow, there will be a presentation from the set design workshop and discussions surrounding the same. For further information, contact Ayaz Ansari at Prithvi Theatre: 2614 9546 or Ramu Ramanathan 26191502 or


in Mumbai

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