Event: Prana, in association with t2, an exhibition of fashion, home decor and accessories When: March 28; 11am to 7.30pm Where: Taj Bengal
Till March 28 at Gandhara Art Gallery: Beneath the Black — a group show of 12 artists.
Till March 30 at The Harrington Street Arts Centre, 8 Ho Chi Minh Sarani, Harrington Mansion, 2nd Floor; 12noon - 7pm: Metallurgy — a group show of sculptures.
Till March 31 at Ahuja Museum for Arts, 26 Lee Road; 12noon - 7pm: Women!, an exhibition of paintings.
March 27 at Star Theatre; 6.30pm: Nandikar presents Amar Priyo Rabindranath (Direction: Swatilekha Sengupta) as part of Banglar Gourab Natya Utsab.
March 27 at Minerva Theatre; 6.30pm: Natadha presents Caesar O Cleopatra. Direction: Arna Mukhopadhyay.
March 27 at Madhusudan Mancha; 6.30pm: Hatey Khari presents Itsi Bitsi, with Goutam Halder in the lead. Direction: Debashis Ghosh Dastidar.
March 27 at Girish Mancha; 6.30pm: On the occasion of World Theatre Day, Sandarbha, Shilpi Sangha and Shruti Creations present three plays for children: Tota Kahinir Porey, Tuntuni Lo and Prthibir Asukh Bisukh. Drama & direction: Soumitra Basu.
Till March 28 at Milan Mela Ground, EM Bypass, opp. Science City; 1pm - 8.30pm: Share your joy with weavers of Bengal at Banglar Tanter Haat.
Till March 28 at 7 JL Nehru Road; 2pm onwards: Cottage Kolkata is hosting an exhibition-cum-sale of textile items including saris, bedspreads, table-linen, shawls, menswear, women’swear and dress materials. Also handloom and handicraft items.
Till March 31 at Gariahat Banquet Hall, 16/2 Gariahat Road; 11am - 9pm: Joyita’s Selection presents Baisakhi Mela, a summer special designer boutique festival. Showcasing hand-block and hand-embroidered saris, dress materials, kurtas and kurtis, Lucknow chikan work, costume jewellery, pearls and gift items.
Till March 31 at Anusthan Bhavan, 132 Rashbehari Avenue, 9831093115: Sundari Silks from North Usman Road, T. Nagar, Chennai, presents an exhibition-cum-sale of silk and cotton saris from leading weavers of south India.
March 27 at Nandan II; 5.30pm: Inauguration of Ashok Kumar: His Light Years, a three-day celebration of the legend on the occasion of his birth centenary. Hosted by Nandan and Tapan Sinha Foundation. Amol Palekar, Basu Chatterjee, Moushumi Chatterjee, Anooradha Patel, Bharati Jaffrey and Sandip Ray will be present. The inaugural day’s programme features a screening of Howrah Bridge (1958; at 2pm); inauguration of an exhibition on Ashok Kumar (at Nandan IV; at 5pm) and screening of Parineeta (1953; at 6pm).
Till March 31 at Experimenter, 2/1 Hindusthan Road; 11am - 7pm: French photographer Natasha de Betak’s Nightshade, curated by Aveek Sen.
March 27 at Ashutosh Birth Centenary auditorium, Indian Museum (1st floor); 4pm: Dr Asoke Kumar Das, Tagore National Fellow, Indian Museum, will speak on Masterpieces of Mughal Paintings from the Indian Museum.
March 27 at Bangla Akademi Sabhaghar; 5.30pm: Saoli Mitra will speak on Rabindranatyer Bhavna O Shambhu Mitra.
March 28 - April 8 at SmartTree, Alipore: A theatre and photography workshop for 8 - 15 year olds, conducted by experts. For details, call 9830863300 / 64991496.
March 29 at Happy Hours, CD-69 Salt Lake; 4pm - 6pm: Learn to make blueberry cheesecake, cupcakes, chocolate almond brownie cake and choco souffle. Contact 9830229898.
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