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Till March 23 at Academy of Fine Arts; 3 pm - 8 pm: An exhibition of masks by Sourav Basu. Till March 23 at Academy of Fine Arts, New South Gallery; 3 pm - 8 pm: Annual exhibition by members of Canvas Artists’ Circle. Till March 23 at Academy of Fine Arts, Central Gallery; 3 pm - 8 pm: Quite Another War — an exhibition of paintings by some of Bengal’s leading painters. Till March 23 at Seagull Arts and Media Research Centre, 36C, S.P.Mukerjee Road; 2 pm - 7 pm: The Seagull Foundation for the Arts presents an exhibition, Re-Take of ‘Amrita’ 2001-2002 — Digital Photomontages by Vivan Sundaram, based on photographs by Umrao Singh Sher Gill (1870 - 1954) and the Sher-Gill archive. Till March 29 (except Sundays) at CIMA Gallery; Tuesdays to Saturdays: 2 pm - 7 pm, Mondays: 3 pm - 7 pm: Art of Bengal: A Vision Defined. An exhibition of the works of renowned masters. Till April 4 at Max Mueller Bhavan; 3 pm - 8 pm (except Sundays and public holidays): An exhibition of Hendrik Wittkopf’s recent paintings is on. Till April 5 at Galerie 88; 3 pm - 7 pm (Sunday closed): Forgotten Pioneers of Modern Bengal Art — An exhibition of of paintings by Radha Charan Bagchi is on. March 31 - April 6 at the Academy of Fine Arts, North Gallery; 3 pm - 8 pm: An exhibition of paintings by Chandra Bhattacharjee, Dipak Mukherjee, Goutam Basu, Pramathesh Chandra and Ramlal Dhar.


March 22 at Sujata Sadan; 6.30 pm: Niva Arts presents Astaraag. Direction: Ashok Chatterjee. March 23 at Mukta Angan; 6.30 pm: Shouvanik presents Daant Pake Bandha. Dir: Chandan Das.


Till March 22 at Bijon Theatre; 6.30 pm: Sayak’s full-length drama competition organised to mark the completion of its 30 years, concludes today with the staging of Nagar Kotyal by Bengali Association, Bhopal.


Till March 23 at 1 Ballygunge Park Road, ground floor (opposite Ice Skating Rink): An exhibition of Butterfly children’s books covering a wide range of topics from pop -up books, activity books, story books to phonic workbooks, art and craft books and many more. Till March 31 at Oxford Bookstore: A bumper sale of books on various topics including fiction, non-fiction, children’s books, computers.


Till March 22 at 89 Elliot Road; 10.30 am - 4.30 pm: A Spring Bazar organised by All Bengal Women’s Union features a wide range of handicrafts, linen, sarees and also snacks and spices. Till March 26 at Sasha, 27 Mirza Ghalib Street; An exhibition of hand-made, printed and gold embossed stationary and desk-top accessories, home textiles — woven and printed, crafts in a range of design and colour. April 4 - 6 at 359, Jodhpur Park; 10 am - 8 pm: Shuma Mitra presents her summer collection of designer sarees


March 22 at the department of geography, University of Calcutta, 35, Ballygunge Circular Road; 2 pm: The Students’ Geographical Association celebrates its Golden Jubilee during the department’s annual re-union programme. Till April 30 at Birla Industrial & Technological Museum: An exhibition on 100 Years of Nobel Prize.


March 23 at Bowlers’ Den (next to Nicco Park and Nicco Super Bowl); 1.30 pm: Live screening of ICC Cricket World Cup final on giant screen with gift hampers and free dinner offers to all those with all-correct or near all-correct answers to questions on the final being issued now. March 21 onwards at Waterside Cafe, Hyatt Regency; dinner buffets only Fridays: Shawarma Nights — A sumptuous Lebanese spread both vegetarian and non-vegetarian cooked on the Shawarma. Till March 23 at The Bar, Hyatt Regency; 12 noon - midnight: Screenings of World Cup cricket matches on The Bar’s full flat plasma TV along with a menu of sandwiches, burgers and draught beer. Till March 23 at Trincas; 12 noon - 4 pm: Set Indian or Chinese lunch with World Cup cricket live telecast on giant screen. Every Sunday at Guchhi (the Indian speciality restaurant), Hyatt Regency; 12 noon to 3 pm: Special brunch of Kebabs, Kadhai dishes and Biriyani (both vegetarian and non-vegetarian varieties) and wine.


March 23 at G.D. Birla Sabhagar; 11 am: Professor P. Lal reads of Ravana professing love for Sita, and Rama’s killing of Vali, in the 172nd weekly session of his complete English transcreation of Vyasa’s Mahabharata.


March 22 at the Ramakrishna Mission Saradapitha, Belur Math; 6 pm: Swami Shantatmananda will speak in Bengali on Naradio Bhakti Sutra.


March 22 at Padatik Little Theatre; 6.30 pm: Anamika Kala Sangam and Padatik Dance Centre host a solo Odissi dance recital by Kaberi Sen.


March 22 at St Xavier’s College auditorium; 6 pm: Black Coffee, in association with St Xavier’s College, presents Time Travil Live in Concert.
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