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Till October 5 (except Sunday) at Galerie 88; 3 pm - 7 pm: An exhibition of the works of Rajeev Lochan and Yuriko Lochan. Till October 19 (except Sunday) at Galerie 88; 3 pm - 7 pm: An exhibition entitled, Bikash Bhattacharjee: Early Drawings. Till September 26 at Academy of Fine Arts, Central Gallery; 3 pm - 8 pm: Paintings, sculptures, drawings and graphics by the members of Chitri-O-Bhaskar Gosthi. September 27 at Rashtriya Lalit Kala Kendra; 6 pm: Godhuli — An evening with an artist. Featuring Ashit Paul. September 27 - October 4 at Academy of Fine Arts, West Gallery; 3 pm - 8 pm: An exhibition of paintings by Chandrima Roy.


September 26 at Madhusudan Mancha; 6.30 pm: Swapnasandhani presents Prachyo, directed and performed by Koushik Sen. September 27 at Academy of Fine Arts; 6.30 pm: Rangakarmee presents Antar-Yatra, directed and performed by Usha Ganguli. September 28 at Academy of Fine Arts; 3 pm: Nandiranga will stage Trinayan. Direction: Somnath Mukhopadhyay. September 28 at G.D. Birla Sabhagar; 3 pm & 6.30 pm: I Love You Two — written and directed by Dinyar Contractor. Presented by Sankriti Sagar (at 3 pm) and Spandan (at 6.30 pm) September 29 at Academy of Fine Arts; 6.30 pm: Natyayan presents Ichchapatra, directed by Anil Dey. September 29 at Gyan Manch; 7 pm: Spandan presents Pinky and Asha Mary, a play in Indian English inspired by Jean Genet’s The Maids. Dir: Sohag Sen.


September 26 at Bharatiya Bhasha Parishad; 6 pm: A sitar recital by Subroto Dey of Delhi. Presented by Swami Haridas Sangeet Samaroh in collaboration with EZCC. September 27 at Kala Kunj; 6.30 pm: Haimantika presents an evening of Bengali songs by Indrani Dutta, Sriparna Neogy, Abhijit Das, Madhumita Bhattacharya and Sahana Misra. September 28 at Gyan manch; 6 pm: Shinjan Nrityalaya presents a vocal recital by Arijit Das Gupta of Gwalior gharana, and an Odissi dance recital by Kaberi Sen. September 28 at Sree Thyagaraja Hall; 6.30 pm: Rasika Ranjana Sabha presents a veena recital by Smt. Geetha Krishnamurthy, accompanied by Kalakkadu Sri Sreenivasan (mridangam) and Trichy Sri Murali (ghattam). September 28 at Srijan rooftop, 176 Sarat Bose Road; 6.30 pm: Music from Distant Shores. This week: The Rolling Stones presented by Nondon Bagchi with live performance by Shiny Happy People.


Till October 11 at CIMA Gallery; 11 am - 8 pm: Art in Life — A collection of exquisite brassware from South India, etnic salwar kameez sets, dupattas in cotton, organza, silk and brocade, books and magazines, T shirts designed by CIMA, table and bed linen by master weavers, ceramics and hand-made glass, folk and tribal art from Madhya Pradesh and Bengal, costume jewellery from across India, dhurries and mats and wall hangings, stationery, cards and imported art supplies, mirrors, and many other artefacts. Till October 5 at 255 Jodhpur Park; 11 am - 8 pm: Nupur’s Boutique presents an exhibition of Madhubani kalamkari sarees, bedcovers, suits, kurtas, etc. Till October 10 at Sravasti, 14/97 Golf Club Road; 1 pm - 8 pm: Sravasti’s Puja collections, created by KeyaChaitali. Till September 28 at Max Mueller Bhavan; 3 pm - 8 pm: A display of about 40 posters of theatre productions staged over the years by Berliner Ensemble. Till September 30 at 1/57B Dover Place, Calcutta 19; 2 pm - 8 pm: Gharoya presents an exhibition of saree, salwar-kurta and punjabi. Till September 25 at Identity Gallery; 10 am - 7 pm: Shafali from Hyderabad presents its festive collection of suits, embroidered kalamkari and evening wear, bed and table linen, kaftans, sarees, etc.


September 26 at The Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Shivananda Hall, 6 pm: Swami Somatmananda will speak in Bengali on Swami Vivekananda’s ‘Devavani’.


Till October 4 at The Circle; 4 pm: Dandia workshop conducted by Ankit and coordinated by Dreams for U, for members of The Circle and Space Circle.


September 26 at Sahitya Akademi auditorium, Jeevantara Bhavan, 23A/44X Diamond Harbour Road; 6 pm: Through My Window — Kailash Pattnaik, well-known critic in Oriya, will present his impression on the life and works of Chittaranjan Das and release Sasmita Das’ novel, Manabi, published by the writer herself.


September 26 at Srijan rooftop, 176 Sarat Bose Road; 6 pm: The fourth-Thursday monthly forum on Poetry Readings features three poets — Pranab Chattopadhyay, Trina Nileena Banerjee and Aaloke Sharma — writing in Bengali, English and Hindi, respectively. They would read for 15 minutes each and also attend to queries of the audience.
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