Friday, September 26, 2003
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Since 1st March, 1999
Till September 27 at Metropolitan Art Salon, 7, J.L. Nehru Road; 3 pm - 8 pm:
Paintings by Anamika Halder, Anindita Bhattacharjee, Anindya Mukherjee, Kartick Das, Ranjit Adhikary, Sreesudip, Sumal Sengupta and Susmita Saha.
Till September 28 at Birla Academy of Art & Culture; 4 pm - 8 pm:
a group exhibition by Deb Dulal Dutta, Sanjib Singha and Susanta Chattopadhyay, members of ARYA.
Till September 30 at Idiyas Gallery, 15 Dover Road; 10-30 am - 7.30 pm:
Exhibition of contemporary Indian art and sculptures in various media titled
features the works of both upcoming as well as established artists.
Till September 30 at Chemould Art Gallery, 121 Park Street; 11 am - 7 pm:
features the recent works of Jayita and Shyam Kanu Borthakur done in oils, acrylic and crayons portraying various figurative forms.
Till October 1 at CIMA Gallery; 11 am - 8 pm:
A crafts exhibition,
Art in Life
features decorative traditional items of India customised for contemporary living.
Till October 1 at Academy of Fine Arts, North Gallery; 3 pm - 8 pm:
Drawings, paintings and graphics by Atul Pramanik, Pabitra Pal, Pushpal Sarkar, Santanu Chakraborty and Shuvankar Maitra.
September 26 at Srijan rooftop, 176 Sarat Bose Road; 5.30 pm:
As part of Srijan’s monthly forum (Music from Distant Shores), featuring
An Anthology of Guitar Playing
presented by jazz guitarist Indrajit Mojumdar with various jazz formats demonstrated on the guitar by Carlton Kitto.
September 26 at the Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Shivananda Hall; 6 pm:
Pradyot Kumar Mukhopadhyaya will speak on
Dharma, Darshan O Vigyan.
Till October 4 at Sri Ganesh & Sri Murugan Temples, Lake Gardens:
Navarathri celebrations ‘03.
: Laksharchanai (
9 am & 7 pm
) and Prasadaviniyogam (
10 am & 8 pm
September 26 - October 5 at Sringeri Sri Sarada Peetham Sankara Hall, Southern Avenue:
Sri Sarada Navarathri Celebrations ’03.
Today at 6.45 pm:
Sangeeta Seva by Kumar Mukherjee and Naveen Namboodri.
September 26 & 27 at HSBC, ‘The Legacy’, 25A Shakespeare Sarani; 10 am - 7 pm:
Helpline Hands Mela,
featuring 400 types of greetings cards and small gift items from NGOs are on display and sale.
Till September 30 at 1/57 B Dover Place; 2 pm - 7 pm:
Gharoya hosts an exhibition of sarees, salwars-kurtas kurtis, costume jewellery and more.
Till October 1 at The Gold Factory, 171/1C Rash Behari Avenue; 10.30 am - 8 pm:
A display of ethnic jewellery. Details: 24602408/ 3621.
September 6 onwards at 357/ 2 B, Prince Anwar Shah Road, 1st Floor:
Dress Sen’s boutique
hosts an exhibition.
September 26 at Nandan II; 6 pm:
Cine Central screens award-winning film,
(Kannada; direction: Girish Kasaravalli).
September 26 at Curzon Park; 9 am:
Lokmata Rani Rashmoni Mission celebrates Rani Rashmoni’s 210th birth anniversary and Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar’s 183rd birth anniversary with a garlanding ceremony of the statues by a host of dignitaries.
September 26 at Bhagirathi Neotia Woman & Child Care Centre; 3 pm:
Operation Overcome —
an AIDS awareness rally will be flaged-off by state health minister, Dr Surjya Kanta Mishra,
September 26 & 27 at Nazrul Manch:
Vivekananda Mission School celebrates its silver jubilee with a cultural programme. (
Today at 10 am):
a group dance recital by the VMS Dance Group, followed by felicitations and prize distribution. Also, a panel discussion on
Swami Vivekananda and today’s youth.
Participants: Swami Tyagrupananda, Tarun Goswami and Nilanjana Deb.
September 26 at Fort William auditorium; 6.30 pm:
The 6th Annual Day Function of National Institute of Management, Calcutta (NIMC) will be held.
September 26 & 27 at 6.30 pm; September 28 at 4 pm & 6.30 pm; G.D. Birla Sabhagar:
Showhouse presents an English play,
featuring TV-star Mandira Bedi (picture above) and Darrshan Jariwalla. Dir: Raell Padamsee.
September 26 at Academy of Fine Arts, 6.30 pm; September 28 at Madhusudan Mancha, 6 pm:
Sojan Badiyar Ghat
. Dir: Goutam Halder.
September 27 at University Institute Hall, 11 am:
Rangakarmee presents its latest play,
Design and direction: Usha Ganguli.
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