THE art world refuses to abate in activity.
At the Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre, Art Pilgrim presents a show titled "Lok Raag" curated by eminent poet and art critic Prayag Shukla.
The show highlights folk connections in contemporary Indian art and features works of painters like Manjit Bawa, Satish Gujral, K.G. Subramanium, Laxman Goud among others. The exhibition will be on display from December 10-14.
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AN international conference on "Development and Growth of Agro-Fibre Board and Allied Industry" aiming to create awareness of development and application of eco-friendly Panel Boards and Panel-based products made from agro-material and agro-wastes will take place on December 13-14 at the Siddharth Hall, Max Muller Bhavan.
The conference will emphasise how the dependence on wood-based products could be reduced to ensure ecological security. The conference is jointly organised by the society for Technology Management, All India Agro Board Association and Max Muller Bhavan.
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GALLERY Sanskriti presents "Young Bengal A Bold Stroke" an exhibition showcasing the works of artists from Bengal. This unique exhibition features Chandra Bhattacharya, Partha Shaw, Somenath Maity and the 60-plus, Amiya Bhattacharya. The show will be on view from December 11-15 between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. at the Open Palm Court, India Habitat Centre.
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ON December 11, Sandhya Purecha, Bharatnatyam dancer and disciple of Acharya Parvati Kumar, reveals interesting linkages between text practises, and raises pertinent questions about what we, as practitioners and audiences, take for granted.
A lecture demonstration "Abhinaya Darpan and Natya Shastra" at 7p.m Habitat World, India Habitat Centre.
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ECOLOGIST Satish Kumar, Editor of Resurgence and winner of the Jamnalal Bajaj International Award for Promoting Gandhian Values Abroad in 2001, speaks on "You Are Therefore I Am".
He will also release a book by the same name, published by the Viveka Foundation, a publishing house committed to disseminating alternative ways of living through publications that generate new wisdom frameworks.
The event is on December 12 at the India International Centre Annexe at 6:30p.m.
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THE week wraps up with a play by Pravah interestingly called "Akkarmashi"
The play captures glimpses from the autobiographical work by Sharan Kumar Limbale, a distinguished Maratha Dalit writer.
Conceived and performed by Lokesh Jain, the play is a touching story of a child born out of wedlock, performed on December 14 at 7p.m Habitat World, India Habitat Centre.
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