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Greetings for the New Year!
The vibrant image of the phulkari on the January calendar captures the spirit of this month's programmes: festive, feminine, and the collective. In a first, IHC celebrates Lohri through an ode to the feminine graces of the festival. Vocalist Sunanda Sharma, from the Benaras Gharana & Punjabi Sufi singer, Rekha Raj, present an evening of singing, dancing and eating together around a bonfire on
ththe 13 .
Combining the classical, the folk and the modern, Vrindan (1st), an ethno-music ensemble, heralds the music performances for the month. Artistes from both
thCarnatic and Hindustani styles come together to perform Laya Madhuram (8 ), one of the longest and rare thalas in Carnatic percussion music.
Young classical dancers, from various Indian dance disciplines kickstart the nd)
New Year in Unbound Beats of India – Celebrating the Rhythm of Dance (2 . rdContemporary Kathak performance by the Usha Gupta Dance Entourage (3 ),
thTraditional Bharatanatyam Margam by Shreya Iyer (14 ), Kuchipudi by
thBhavana Reddy (17 ) are some of the other dance highlights.
The feminine also extends itself to our film screenings this month - Shazia thIqbal's Bebaak, which looks at patriarchal control over women's bodies (20 ).
th thGenesis (24 ) & Mouthpiece (25 ) presented in collaboration with the High Commission of Canada, depict the many, diverse lives women lead. In the monthly series of 35 mm screenings in collaboration with DFF, we warmly
th invite you to watch Priyadarshan's Kanchivaram (2008), on 10 January, which also happens to be the birthday month of the immensely popular director.
stDirector Anandana Kapur's documentary Aayi Gayi (31 ) comments upon the complex relationship between the State and its people, through the lens of electricity, a commodity we take for granted in our urban lives.
The Habitat Film Club presents a mentoring workshop for creative documentary filmmakers with Neelima Mathur, Director & Curator, Lakeside Documentary Film Festival – a unique opportunity for young filmmakers to have their documentary ideas or projects in development assessed and
th thevaluated in intensive one-on-one sessions (16 – 18 ).
In our efforts to foster new ways of creative expression, to nurture emerging voices and build new communities of artistic practice, we are happy to announce Underground Talks, in collaboration with G.A.G. Moderne, a new series of talks on Art & Artists, to enable dialogue between artists and the public and, to provoke conversations on subjects that matter. Manish Pushkale, will be in conversation with Guru Prerana Shrimali, senior dancer, Jaipur Gharana of
thKathak for its inaugural session on 18 January.th
Popular stand-up comic Amit Tandon's show Masala Sandwich (11 ) about the mid-life crisis in his 40s is sure to tickle your funny bones, as is Pierrot Troupe's
thlatest, Akbar The Great Nahin Rahe (4 ). At the other end of the dramatic array, lies
thQaidi (19 ), a courtroom drama by Akshara Theatre, and Dramatech's Towards th
Zero (25 ), a murder mystery adapted from Agatha Christie's detective novel of the same name.
Among the rejuvenating monthlies, the IHC Music Club presents Parampara - Journey & Intricacies of Hindustani Classical Music, a talk on the importance of the
thGuru - Shishya Parampara, by vocalist and scholar, Kshitij Mathur (30 ). The th th
Opera at Habitat Series (10 ) marks the commencement of Beethoven's 250 birth anniversary year with the screening of Fidelio, a live video film of his only opera. Witness Andrew Scott's power-packed performance in Present Laughter
thin this month's NT Live Broadcast (12 ). The Playwright of the Month Series features the fictional works of award winning writer and socio-political activist,
thMahasweta Devi (16 ).
The IHC-RIS-CEFIPRA Science, Technology and Innovation Policy (STIP) Forum lecture this month on Space Technology & Applications for Development
th(10 ) will be delivered by Dr. P. G. Diwakar, Distinguished Scientist, ISRO. A panel discussion on societal behaviour, governance milieu and urban issues led
thby R.M.S. Liberhan (7 ), is a step towards addressing challenges in urban spaces.
We explore the new Museo Camera Centre for the Photographic Arts with thAditya Arya, Director of the Centre on Jan 12 as part of the IHC Walks series.
We look forward to your participation and engagement.
The Programmes Team
Maaz Kanti | Nadroo Aloo Bukhara Kabab
Paneer Kaliya | Haaq
Stir-Fry Water Prawn, Sichuan Pepper, Chilli Lime Sauce
Crab Meat wi th Asparagus Soup wi th Egg Flower Soup
Five Spice Lamb Stew, Celery wi th Chinese Scallion Pancake
Tossed Vegetables Lotus Nut, Onion Seeds, Garlic Chives Sauce
Steam Black Bean Rice Pudding in Banana Pockets
January 13 | 7:00pmThe Hub, Habitat World, IHC
This Lohri, experience the feminine graces of the
festival that celebrate the end of an agrarian cycle
and look forward to a year of hope and happiness.
Sunanda Sharma from the Benaras Gharana
brings alive the traditional folklore and ri tes of
passage of Punjab, followed by
Punjabi Sufi singer, Rekha Raj.
Seating on first come first serve basis.
Relish a lavish buf fet specially created
for the occasion featuring Paneer Chholiya, Amritsari Aloo Wadi, Makhni
Subzian, Sarson Da Saag, Mah Chholian Di Dal, Keema Chakundari,
Dhabe Ka Kukkad, Amritsari Kulcha, Chhoti Praunthi, Makki Di Roti,
Amritsari Machhi, Ganne Di Kheer, Rabdi…
A time of
bonhomie and bonding,
singing and eating together
around a bonfire!
Chope, A Traditional Phulkari Patternmade by a maternal grandmother for her grand daughter
Image Courtesy: 1469 Original
Entry Free. Open to all
AKBAR THE GREAT NAHIN RAHE
Wri. Mrinal Thakur
Dir. Dr. M. Sayeed Alam
Prod. Pierrot's Troupe
What happens when Akbar’s greatness is questioned? He finds support in heaven from Ashoka to Alexander to Atal Ji.
But, to redeem his name, he needs someone on earth.... that too from the world of media; a Media Mughol, precisely. Who will he or she be?
Tickets at Rs.200, Rs.350 & Rs.500 available on bookmyshow.com & at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC.
Jan 4, Sat at 7:30pm
The Stein Auditorium,
Habitat World, IHC
An Old World Culture Presentation#Entry for 6 years & above
An Old World Culture Presentation#Entry for 12 years & above
(Hindi/130mins with interval)
Wri. Sai Paranjype Dir. Subhash Gupta Prod. Abhiyan
Jan 5, Sun at 7:30pmThe Stein Auditorium, Habitat World, IHC
Tickets at Rs.500, Rs.350 & Rs.200 available on bookmyshow.com &at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC.
The show is Amit's story of finally coming to terms with a mid-life crisis – from teenage kids to health issues, all that he is facing in his 40s!
An Old World Culture Presentation
Tickets at Rs.500, Rs.350 & Rs.200 available on bookmyshow.com &at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC.
#Entry for 10 years & above
Habitat Film Club Schedulewww.habitatfilmclub.com
Jan 3 7:00pm | Shoplifters (Japanese with Eng subtitles/ 2018/121 mins) Dir. Hirokazu Koreeda. Followed by a discussion steered by Shubhra Gupta, film critic, Indian Express. Open to Habitat Film Club members’ only. Collab. The Indian Express Film Club
Jan 9 7:00pm | Habitat Film Appreciation Forum screens Dreams (Japanese/French/English - with Eng subtitles/1990/119 mins). Dir. Akira Kurosawa. Introduction and discussion led by Anupama Bose, Visiting Faculty (Film Producing programmes), SRFTI and Whistling Woods, curator and distributor, Indie films.
Jan 10 7:00pm| Kanchivaram (35 mm/Tamil/2008/117 mins) Dir. Priyadarshan. Collab. Directorate of Film Festivals, Ministry of I & B, Govt. of India (DFF).
Jan 24 7:00pm|Mouthpiece (English/2018/91 mins) Dir. Patricia Rozema. The film digs deeply and personally into the roles women play and how societal expectations can muddy up their individual desires. Collab. High Commission of Canada
Jan 25 7:00pm|Genesis (French/2018/127 mins) Dir. Philippe Lesage. The film showcases the inner turmoil of teens when they are learning to love while simultaneously learning to know themselves. Collab. High Commission of Canada
Jan 28 7:00pm|Aval Oru Thodar Kathai (Tamil/1975/162 mins) Dir. K. Balachander. The story revolves around a working middle-class woman, who sacrifices her life and desires to support her large family. A restored version of the classic. Collab. National Film Archives of India (NFAI).
Neelima MathurFestival Director & Curator, Lakeside Documentary Film Festival
A hands-on mentoring workshop for creative documentary
filmmakers to have your documentary ideas or projects in
development assessed and evaluated in intensive one-on-one
sessions. A ring of observers will be present during sessions for
maximising impact of individual mentoring sessions.
To par ticipate in the Genesis Lab, share your Approach /
Treatment / Director’s Note (max. 500 words each) latest by
Jan 10, 2020 to [email protected]
Film students and enthusiasts are invited to apply as Observers.
To register, contact the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC.
Jan 16 – 18 | 3 pm – 5 pmExperimental Ar t Gallery, IHC
Filmmaker fee – `400
Observer fee – `100 per session
Tickets at Rs.500, Rs.350 & Rs.250 available on bookmyshow.com & at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC.
Jan 12, Sun at 3:00pmThe Stein Auditorium, Habitat World, IHC
Dir. Matthew Warchus
Cast. Andrew Scott & others
#Entry for 16 years & above
PROGRAMME CALENDARJanuary 2020
An Old World Culture Presentation
#Entry for 8 years & above
An Old World Culture Presentation
Deception. Murder. Mystery. An Indian adaptation of Agatha Christie’s detective novel of the same name.
Tickets at Rs.500, Rs.350 & Rs.200 available on bookmyshow.com & at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC.
Jan 25, Sat at 7:00pmThe Stein Auditorium, Habitat World, IHC
Towards Zero(English/100 mins)
Wri. Agatha Christie Adapted & Dir. Renu S. Chopra
Lenguado A La Parrilla, Salsa De Aguacate Y Granada
Carrot & Cilantro Soup
Traditional Seafood Paella
Gambas A La Plancha Picantes Con Salsa Picante
Almond & Fig Tart
Debi Chautiyal stands accused of murdering her husband. Defence lawyer Radhika Gautam believes in Debi's innocence and tries to save her. Meanwhile, prosecuting lawyer Munjaal Mahadev Singh is practically celebrating his victory. What is the truth behind the murder?
Be a spectator in this courtroom drama with a twist and let the mystery unfold.
Tickets at Rs.500, Rs.350 & Rs.200 available on bookmyshow.com & at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC.
#Entry for 15 years & aboveAn Old World Culture Presentation
Jan 19, Sun at 7:00pmThe Stein Auditorium, Habitat World, IHC
Wri. & Dir. Rajneesh Gautam | Prod. Akshara Theatre
Ambient Decor, Courtesy: 1469 Original
Jan 11, Sat at 7:00pmThe Stein Auditorium, Habitat World, IHC
Programme schedules are subject to change / cancellation. Please call the Programmes Desk to seek information on any last minute changes.All Tickets & Advance Reservation Slips (unless otherwise mentioned) can be picked up only from the Programmes Desk.
The Stein Auditorium The Amphitheatre Gulmohar CasuarinaAmaltas
11:00am|IHC Walk. Explore Museo Camera Centre for the Photographic Arts which showcases the art, science and history of photography. Led by Aditya Arya, Director of the Centre. Write to [email protected] for details & registration.
3:00pm| NT Live Broadcast. Present Laughter (English/2019/180 mins) Dir. Matthew Warchus. Cast. Andrew Scott & others. As he prepares to embark on an overseas tour, star actor Garry Essendine's colourful life is in danger of spiralling out of control. Engulfed by an escalating identity crisis as his many and various relationships compete for his attention, Garry's few remaining days at home are a chaotic whirlwind of love, sex, panic and soul-searching. A giddy and surprisingly modern reflection on fame, desire and loneliness. Tickets at Rs.250, Rs.350 & Rs.500 available on bookmyshow.com & at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC.
7:00 pm | Qaidi (Hindi/70 mins). Wri. & Dir. Rajneesh Gautam. Prod. Akshara Theatre. Debi Chautiyal stands accused of murdering her husband. Defence lawyer Radhika Gautam believes in Debi's innocence and tries to save her. Meanwhile, prosecuting lawyer Munjaal Mahadev Singh is practically celebrating his victory. What is the truth behind the murder? Be a spectator in this courtroom drama with a twist and let the mystery unfold. Tickets at Rs.200, Rs.350 & Rs.500 available on bookmyshow.com & at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC.
An Old World Culture Presentation.
7:00 pm | DOC FILM | Yoga for Health & Global Harmony (English/2019/28 mins) Dir. Benoy K Behl, historian, filmmaker and photographer. The film explores the true meaning of Yoga and its relevance in the modern world today. The film maker will be present for the screening and discussion.
7:30pm|Akbar The Great Nahin Rahe (Comedy/Hinglish/75 mins) Wri. Mrinal Thakur. Dir. Dr. M. Sayeed Alam. Prod. Pierrot's Troupe. What happens when Akbar's greatness is questioned? He finds support in heaven from Ashoka to Alexander to Atal Ji. But, to redeem his name, he needs someone on earth... that too from the world of media; a Media Mogul, precisely. Who will he or she be? Tickets at Rs.200, Rs.350 & Rs.500 available on bookmyshow.com & at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC. An Old World Culture presentation.
7:00pm | Sitar recital by Mayank Raina, disciple of Pt. Debu Chaudhary, accompanied by Bivakar Choudhury (Tabla). Followed by Hindustani Classical Vocal recital by Rahul Prakash, disciple of Pt. Baldevraj Varma, accompanied by Anand Kumar (Tabla) & Lalit Sisodia (Harmonium). Collab. Pt. Kapildeo Singh Memorial Trust.
7:00pm | Acupuncture - Use, Benefits & Risks by Dr. Anil Kumar, a visually challenged acupuncturist.
7:00pm| Masala Sandwich by Amit Tandon (Stand-up Comedy/Hinglish/90 mins). The show is Amit's story of finally coming to terms with a mid-life crisis – from teenage kids to health issues, all that he is facing in his 40s! Tickets at Rs.200, Rs.350 & Rs.500 available on bookmyshow.com& at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC. An Old World Culture presentation.
7:00pm | Traditional Margam presentation by Shreya Iyer, disciple of 'The Dhananjayans' and Divya Shiva Sundar.
7:00pm | Kathak Parisamvad. Naika Bhed, a discussion on classification & interpretation of Nayikas (heroines) in Indian classical dance. Speakers: Saswati Sen (Kathak), Madhavi Mudgal (Odissi), Nandini Singh (Kathak). Moderator: Nupur Laul. Collab. Vaasuki Natyashaala.
7:00pm | Revisiting Classics with Translation Artists - VII. A dialogue on "Mythology in Translation". Speakers: Dr. Bibek Debroy, economist, scholar and translator and, senior Bharatnatyam and Odissi exponent, Dr. Sonal Mansingh. Moderator: Prof. Anand Khatri. Collab. Poiesis.
7:00pm| Kathak Mahotsava. Performing artistes: Shefali Goel Tayal, disciple of Guru Nandini Singh; Kajal Sharma, disciple of Pt. Birju Maharaj; Kajal Misra Roy & Trina Roy, disciples of Guru Susmita Misra & Pt. Ramgopal Misra. Collab. Vaasuki Natyashaala.
7:00pm|DOC FILM|Meet LDF– a 3 day festival of . K2. screenings and discussionsTouching The Sky (Polish/2015/72 mins) Dir. Elisa Kubarska. Close Ties (Polish/2015/18 mins) Dir. Zofia Kowalewska. Post screening discussion led by Vandana Kohli, film maker. Collab. Lakeside Doc Festival.
7:30pm|Playwright of the Month Series presents the works of award winning writer and socio political activist, Mahasweta Devi. Her fictional works have been adapted into plays in several Indian languages. Curated by Sohaila Kapur.
7:00pm | Kuchipudi recital by Bhavana Reddy, disciple of Raja Radha Reddy and Kaushalya Reddy.
7:00pm| Sarangi & Sitar duet performance by Azeem Ali Khan and KG Westman, accompanied by Suranjana Ghosh (Tabla). Followed by Hindustani classical vocal recital by Mohsin Ali Khan, disciple of Ustad Amir Ahmad Khan. Collab. Kirana Gharana Music Society
7:00pm|DOC FILM|Day 2 of Meet LDF. Casa Blanca (Spanish/2015/60mins) Dir. Aleksandra Maciuszek. Helicopter – House Arrest (German/2014/39mins) Dir. Constantin Hatz. Post screening discussion led by Vandana Kohli, film maker. Collab. Lakeside Doc Festival.
6:00pm | IHC Members' Meet. Open House. Open to IHC Members' only.
7:00pm| Underground Talks. A new series of talks on Art & Artists that will focus on subjects of interest to the public, giving the artists an opportunity to articulate their opinions, to foster learning, inspiration and provoke conversations that matter. Artist, Manish Pushkale will be in conversation with Guru Prerana Shrimali, senior dancer, Jaipur Gharana of Kathak. Collab. G.A.G Moderne.
7:00pm | Series on Psychology. Reminiscence therapy for late life depression. Speaker: Naina Sharma, Clinical psychologist. Collab.VIMHANS
7:00pm|DOC FILM|Day 3 of Meet LDF. Happy (German/2016/ 85 mins) Dir. Carolin Genreith. Post screening discussion led by Vandana Kohli, film maker. Collab. Lakeside Doc Festival.
7:00pm | IHC LOHRI CELEBRATIONS: A time of bonhomie and bonding, singing and eating together around a bonfire. This Lohri, experience the Feminine grace of the festival that celebrates the end of an agrarian cycle and looks forward to a year of hope and happiness. Sunanda Sharma from the Benaras Gharana brings alive the traditional folklore and rites of passage of Punjab followed by Punjabi Sufi singer, Rekha Raj. Venue: IHC Hub
107:00pm | KHOJ (The Search) - A contemporary Kathak performance by Usha Gupta Dance Entourage.
7:00pm | FILM CLUB SCREENING. Shoplifters (Japanese with Eng subtitles/2018/121 mins) Dir. Hirokazu Koreeda. A family of small-time crooks take in a child they find outside in the cold. A Japanese couple stuck with part-time jobs and hence inadequate incomes avail themselves of the fruits of shoplifting to make ends meet. They are not alone in this behaviour. The younger and the older of the household are in on the act. Followed by a discussion steered by Shubhra Gupta, film critic, Indian Express. Open to Habitat Film Club members' only. Collab. The Indian Express Film Club.
217:00pm | BOOK DISCUSSION | A discussion on Ikigai, the Japanese philosophy for a long and happy life. Panelists: Francesc Miralles, co - author of 'Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life'; Vineet Nayar, former CEO, HCL Corporation Pvt. Ltd; Rajen Makhijani, Strategy Consultant, Leadership Coach, Screenwriter. Moderated by Mohit Gupta, Chief Curator, City Book Leaders.
7:00pm | VAAK Series. Gandhi, Azadi Aur thHum, marking Mahatma Gandhi's 150
year. Speakers: Parvez Ahmed, author and journalist; Priyadarshan, author and media expert; Vinay Viswas, poet and critic; Shaheen, Broadcaster. Collab. Bhartiya Jnanpith.
7:00pm | FILM CLUB SCREENING. Mouthpiece (English/2018/91 mins) Dir. Patricia Rozema. A young writer, Cassandra, struggles to write a eulogy for her late mother, Elaine, who gave up her career to raise her children. Collab. High Commission of Canada.
7:00pm | Dil-e Nadaan: A musical evening dedicated to Mirza Ghalib. Presenting new aspects of Ghalib's poetry, exploring the space between poetry and performance. Verses explained and expounded by leading Ghalib expert, Prof. Mehr Afshan Faruqi, Associate Professor of Urdu at University of Virginia & performed by Classical and Ghazal singer, Pooja Goswami Pavan. Collab. Dastangoi Collective
7:00 pm | Towards Zero (Eng/100 mins) Wri. Agatha Christie. Adapted & Dir. Renu S. Chopra. Deception. Murder. Mystery. An Indian adaptation of Agatha Christie’s detective novel of the same name. Tickets at Rs.200, Rs.350 & Rs.500 available on bookmyshow.com & at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC. An Old World Culture Presentation.
7:00pm | Ghazal, Geet and Nazm of Legends, performed by Koyel Tripathi & Alhad Kashikar.
7:00pm | FILM CLUB SCREENING Genesis (French/2018/127 mins)Dir. Philippe Lesage. A story of teenage half-siblings, simultaneously struggling with romance. Collab. High Commission of Canada.
7:00pm | IHC-RIS-CEFIPRA Science, Technology and Innovation Policy (STIP) Forum. Space Technology & Applications for Development. Speaker: Dr. P. G. Diwakar, Distinguished Scientist, ISRO & Director, Earth Observations Applications and Disaster Management Programme Office, ISRO HQ.
7:00pm | FILM CLUB SCREENING. Kanchivaram (35mm/ Tamil/2008/117 mins) Dir. Priyadarshan. The movie depicts the struggles of the silk weavers in the town of Kanchipuram, as they live a perpetual 'hand-to-mouth' existence. It comments on the need for organised cooperative initiatives to safeguard the interests of the workers. Collab. Directorate of Film Festivals, Ministry of I & B, Govt. of India (DFF)
7:00pm | Solo Kathak recital by Dr. Sucharita Datta, disciple of Gurus - Amita Dutta, Susmita Mishra, Saswati Sen & Pt. Birju Maharaj.
7:00pm | Bebaak (Defiant) (Short film/Urdu/Hindi/2019/20 mins). Wri. & Dir. Shazia Iqbal. Based on a true story, the film is an exploration of the patriarchal notion of male agency over female bodies, constructed on a systematic theological idea that requires women to cover up, to be 'more modest, respectful and acceptable' by society. Screening followed by discussion with the film maker.
7:00pm |Habitat Film Appreciation Forum screens Dreams (Japanese/French/ English - with Eng subtitles/1990/119 mins). Dir. Akira Kurosawa. A film of eight vignettes, inspired by Kurosawa's own dreams, which explores myth, folklore and apocalypse. Introduction and discussion led by Anupama Bose, Faculty (Film Producing programmes), SRFTI, and Whistling Woods, curator and distributor, Indie films.
7:30pm| Panje (Hindi/130mins with interval) Wri. Sai Paranjype. Dir. Subhash Gupta. Prod. Abhiyan. Sonia a bored and neglected housewife of a rich and unscrupulous businessman brings home two street tomcats to fill the vacuum in her life. Her life takes a turn when a charming young man, a friend of her nephew visits her. The domesticated cats expose the hypocrisy, the arrogance, the cruelty, the greed, the cynicism and the tragic loneliness and helplessness behind the respectability that characterizes the wealthy upper class. Tickets at Rs.200, Rs.350 & Rs.500 available on bookmyshow.com & at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC. An Old World Culture Presentation.
A solo photography exhibition by Sandeep Gupta.
An exhibition of paintings by Dipnarayan Paul & Moinudin Mullick.
Sarvasutra 2.0 Kaavya Arts presents a group paintings and photography exhibition
7:00pm | An Music, Poetry & beyond, evening of music celebrating the poetry of Kabir, Maluk Das, Surdas, Tulsi Das and others by Sujit Kumar Ojha, disciple of Pt. Madhup Mudgal.
7:00pm|BOOK LAUNCH & DISCUSSION|Urban Ethos and Pathos a selection of writings on societal behaviour, governance milieu and urban issues by R.M.S .Liberhan Panelists: Shyam Saran, .former Foreign Secretary, GOI; Dr. Kiran Karnik, former President, IHC; Dr. Rajat Kathuria, Director & CEO, ICRIER; Durbar Ganguly, Chief Editor, Millenium Post; Narendra Kumar, Chairman, Har-Anand Publications; Sunit Tandon, Director, IHC. Pub. Har-Anand Publications.
7:00pm | Unbound Beats of India - Celebrating the Rhythm of Dance. A festival celebrating young classical dancers. Performing artistes: Ankita Bakshi (Odissi), Diksha Rawat (Kathak), Vani Ballah Pahwa ( Mohniyattam), Chitra Dalvi Vartak ( Bharatnatyam),Vinod Kevin Bachan (Odissi), Ayana Mukherjee (Kuchipudi), Mohit Shridhar ( Kathak). Collab. Utsav- Ranjana's Odissi Dance Academy
7:00pm| Concert by Vrindan, an ethno music ensemble, accompanied by a classical Kathak presentation. Artistes: Dipanker Roy Chowdhury (Mohan Veena), Mudassir Khan (Sarangi), Mintal Gazi (Acoustic guitar), Arunangshu Chaudhaury (Tabla), Anohita Chowdhury & Archana Singh (Classical Dance)
7:00pm | Eternal Quest - an exploration of works of select Indian saint poets. Performed by Shovana Narayan (Kathak), Ranjana Gauhar (Odissi), Rashmi Vaidialingam (Kuchipudi) & Alka Raghuvanshi (Sutradhar).
7:00pm | Isha (Short Film/Hindi with English subtitles/2019/38 mins) Dir. Keshav Raina. The film tells the story of Isha, an autistic girl child who comes under fire due to family pressure and social stigmas. Followed by an interaction with the cast & crew.
7:00pm | FILM CLUB SCREENING. Aval Oru Thodar Kathai (Tamil/1975/162 mins) Dir. K. Balachander. The story revolves around a working middle class woman, who sacrifices her life and desires to support her large family. A restored version of the classic. Collab. National Film Archives of India ( NFAI).
7:00pm | Laya Madhuram - Presentation of compositions in one of the longest and rare thalas in Carnatic percussion music and other rare 'thalas', accompanied by a dance performance. Followed by Swara Sangamam (Essence of Time), a fusion concert featuring vocalists, melodic and percussion instrumentalists from both Hindustani and Carnatic styles. Performing artistes: TR Dhandapany (Konnakol); D. Venkatasubramaniam (Violin); D. Kartik Narayanan (Mridangam); Gayathri Sharma (Vocal - Carnatic Style); Badri Narayanan (Pakhawaj); Prem Anand (Kanjira); Navneeth G (Ghatam); S Prasanna (Ghatam); Kiran (Flute). Dance performance by students of Guru Kanaka Sudhakar.
DELHI 'O' DELHI FOYER
1 - 31 A solo Photography exhibition by Sandeep Gupta.
CONVENTION CENTRE FOYER
1- 3 Ahsaas A group show of paintings by Ritu Saxena, Uma Gupta & Tulika Kukreti.
4 - 7 An exhibition of paintings by Dipnarayan Paul & Moinudin Mullick.
8 - 12 Light and Lines in the Middle Land A solo exhibition of photographs by Amit Verma.
13 - 16 Portraits of Automobiles A solo painting exhibition by Murali Sharma.
17 - 19 A solo exhibition of paintings by Deepali Roongta.
20 - 21 The Horizon A solo exhibition of paintings by Monika Vishwakarma.
24 - 27 Vastram A solo exhibition of paintings by Dipali Deshpande.
28 - 31 A solo exhibition of black & white photography by Jagdish Ray Sarkar.
VISUAL ARTS GALLERY
1 - 3 Pathfinders An exhibition of photographs from Leh - Ladakh.
15 - 16 Abhivyakti, A Collection of Expressions. Serenity Art Gallery presents a solo paintings exhibition by Sanjay Soni.
18 - 21 Eternity Art Family presents a group paintings exhibition by various artists.
23 - 31 Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh.
OPEN PALM COURT GALLERY
5 - 6 Sarvasutra 2.0 Kaavya Arts presents a group paintings and photography exhibition.
18 - 21 Sree A group paintings exhibition by various artists.
23 - 31 Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking, a group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh.
EXPERIMENTAL ART GALLERY
25 - 26 A solo figurative Acrylic paintings Elysian Lanes exhibition by Varnika Raizada.
28 - 30 Shad A group paintings exhibition by Saurabh Kumar, Anju Agrawal & Purnima Arora.
1 - 12 Where Cultures Meet: A Photographic Encounter Between Qatar & India A photographic exhibition by 2 photographers from Qatar & India who went on a journey in the Himalayan region of Ladakh.
15 Jan The Mysterious strength of Anthropomorphism An art installation by Kisalay Vora.
29 - 31 TERI's annual flagship. An 'innovative- interactive space' envisioned to bring together individuals and institutions from myriad walks of life to discuss topical issues concerning the environment. The focus will be on discussing solutions, creating awareness and promoting frank conversations around the SDGs and the role each individual can play in achieving them in their day-to-day activities. Co-located with, the World Sustainable Development Summit (WSDS) 2020 by TERI.
IHC Art in Metro at Jor Bagh Metro Station
Ras Se Bana Banaras - Kashi Ki Mahima continues.
IHC Art in Metro at Mandi House Metro Station
The 1947 Partition Archive continues.
7:00pm | Sakha - The Eternal Friend - an Odissi recital by Arunima Ghosh, disciple of Guru Sharon Lowen and Guru Monalisa Ghosh.
7:00pm | IHC Music Club: Listen, Share & Discuss. Parampara - Journey & Intricacies of Hindustani Classical Music - the importance of the Guru - Shishya Parampara, nuances & values of teachings by Gurujans, the journey of a student, and tradition vs modernization, by vocalist and scholar, Kshitij Mathur.
7:00pm | Aayi Gayi (Docu/61 mins/Hindi with English subtitles/2019). Dir. Anandana Kapur. The film explores the complex relationships between the State and its people through the lens of electricity. Screening followed by a discussion with the filmmaker. Collab. Kriti Film Club.
7:00pm | Nashist. Saigal Aaye Basso Mere Mann Mein (Hindustani/2004/58 mins). Dir. Sharad Dutt. A film on legendary singer, K. L. Saigal, in commemoration of his death anniversary.Collab. Impresario Asia.
7:00pm| BOOK LAUNCH - Unapologetically Mad by Manjima Misra a collection of short stories, followed by a panel discussion on 'Intersection between Feminism & Mental Health'. Panelists: Japleen Pasricha, Founder & Director of web portal, 'Feminism in India'; Olivia Deka, Founder & Director, 'She For Change'; Parth Manikala, international award winning speaker, Rahul Chaudhary, Social Worker and Nishi Paliwal Theatre Artist.
7:00pm | Opera at Habitat Series. Beethoven's Fidelio (sung in German with English subtitles/123 mins). As the year of
thBeethoven's 250 birth anniversary commences, Sunit Tandon introduces a live video film of his only opera. Florestan is a political prisoner. To rescue him, his wife, Leonore, joins the staff of the prison, disguised as a young man 'Fidelio'. The gaoler Rocco's daughter, Marzelline, falls in love with this young man, rejecting the advances of her father's assistant, Jacquino. Leonore finds her husband just before the prison governor, Pizzaro, attempts to kill him. She prevents this attempt by revealing her true identity, when a trumpet announces the arrival of the Minister for Justice, who saves the day.
7:00pm | WESTERN CLASSICAL MUSIC WALKS Nothing But Wind! Enjoy an evening of music on wind instruments by composers across time. A video-lecture by Nicholas Hoffland.
7:00pm | Charter of Patients' Rights – In Theory or Practice? Panelists: Dr. Abhay Shukla, National Co-Convener, Jan Swasthya Abhiyan; VR Raman, Head of Policy, Water AID India; Prof. Naresh Gupta, Medical Consultant, Maulana Azad Medical College & Lok Nayak Hospital ; Dr. Jayashree Gupta, President, Consumers India. Chair: Justice Prafulla Chandra Pant, Member, National Human Rights Commission & former Judge, Supreme Court of India. Collab. Consumers India & SUM
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