Thursday, January 15, 2004
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Since 1st March, 1999
Till today at Vikalp Art Shop, Swabhumi; 2 pm - 8 pm:
— Works by Paritosh Sen, Rabin Mondal, Prakash Karmakar and Sanat Kar.
Till January 24 at ABN Amro Bank, Camac Street Branch premises:
Priyanka Gupta’s second solo exhibition of paintings.
Till January 25 at Idiyas Gallery, 15 Dover Road; 10.30 am - 7.30 pm:
The Homecoming — A Winter Symphony:
Paintings and sculptures by well-known artists.
Till January 22 at Gallery Caps, 16 Jatin Bagchi Road; 12 noon - 7.30 pm:
Tale of a City
— an exhibition of contemporary paintings.
Till January 31 (except Sundays) at Galerie 88; 3 pm - 7 pm:
Recent works of Ram Kumar.
January 13 - 31 at Gallery Kanishka’s; 10.30 am - 8 pm:
Mithila Utsav — folk paintings of Mithila artists of Bihar, with Krishna Kumar Kashyap who has successfully used Mithila art forms for inovative literacy programmes in Darbhanga district.
January 15 at Sarat Sadan, Howrah:
Dwandwik’s sixth theatre festival concludes today. The line-up: (
at 5.30 pm)
(At 6.30 pm):
Gorur Gaarir Headlight
Till January 23 at Rabindra Sadan & Sisir Mancha; 6.30 pm:
Nandipat celebrates its 25th anniversary with a festival of plays,
Yuva Natya Utsav 2004.
Today at Rabindra Sadan)
(direction: Debesh Chattopadhyay) by Sansriti.
January 16 at Madhusudan Mancha & January 18 at Bharatiyam Cultural Multiplex; 6.30 pm:
. Direction:Usha Ganguli.
January 18 at Mukta Angan; 6.30 pm:
Direction: Bimal Bandyopadhyay.
January 15 at Birla Academy; 5.30 pm:
Rhythm presents an evening of classical music featuring Nanda Banerjee (vocal), Anirban Dasgupta (sarod), and Shantanu Banerjee (vocal).
January 16 - 18 at Kala Kunj; 6 pm:
Ustad Keramatullah Khan Memorial Indian classical music conference organised by Subhash Sanskriti Sangeet Parishad.
January 17 at Sisir Mancha; 6 pm:
Tagore Research Institute will felicitate Suchitra Mitra on her 80th birthday to be followed by Rabindrasangeet recitals by Pramita Mallick, Asish Bhattacharya, Sugata Sen, Pushpita Basu Roy and Roma Basu.
January 17 at Kala Mandir; 9 pm (night-long):
Sabrang Sangeet Sammelan features Shiv Kumar Sharma and Rahul Sharma (santoor duet) with Ustad Zakir Hussain on the tabla; Prabhati Mukherjee (vocal), Ustad Mashkoor Ali Khan (vocal) and Shubhra Guha (vocal), Narendranath Dhar and Partha Sarathi (sarod duet) with Anindo Chatterjee (tabla).
January 16 at Bharati Tamil Sangham, 93A Rashbehari Avenue; 6 pm:
Tamil Manram, Pongal Festivals with recitations of poems by Thiru D. Ganasekaran, Malaravan, Vijayalakshmi Venket, Chitra Krishnan on Pongalo Pongal, followed by Tamil Isai by Chelvi Purnima Venugopal, with Chelvi Pratibha Venugopal (harmonium) and Biswajit (tabla). Ludiana Krishnamurthy will render folk songs from MGR films.
January 15 at the RamakrishnaMission Institute of Culture, Vivekananda Hall; 5.30 pm:
Aparna Basu will speak in English on
Women Emancipation in the Indian Context.
January 15 at G.D. Birla Sabhagar; 6.30 pm:
Swami Parthasarathy presents a discourse in English on Bhagavad Gita Chapter 4
The Yoga of Renunciation of Action in Wisdom
January 15 - 17 at Kanishka, 2/1 Hindustan Road; 10.30 am - 8 pm:
An exhibition of tussar weaves from the looms of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Orissa and West Bengal.
Till January 27 at Sasha, 27, Mirza Ghalib Street:
Weaving Spells & Spinning Dreams —
an exhibition of silk products.
January 15 at Uttam Mancha; 9.30 am:
Little Harts Fest
, organised by Hartley’s School, Calcutta.
January 16 at 188/90 Prince Anwar Shah Road, 4 pm - 6 pm:
Thoughtshop Foundation conducts a
(age group 17-25 years)
on Relationship and Responsibility
Call #2417-6128/29 to register.
January 18 at Jibananda Sabhaghar, Paschim Banga Bangla Academy:
National workshop on
to be conducted by Jagannath Basu, Urmimala Basu and Kajol Sur.
January 15 at Kalamandalam Performing Arts & Research Centre; 6 pm:
Kalamandalam Dance & Music Festival 2004 concludes today with Odissi recital by Aloka Kanungo, and group choreographies in Bharata Natyam by artistes of Kalamandalam Calcutta.
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