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‘See the Unseen’ – Art Show

‘See the Unseen’ a Group Art Show
by Asha Bhat, K.Mano and Pratima Kumar

The Exhibition is on view till 15th October 2018

Gallery No. 1
Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath,
Kumara Park,



Workshop and Special Lecture at Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium

Workshop and Special Lecture on ‘Space Science’ and ‘Space Biology’

Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium is conducting lectures for science teachers by Prof. P J Bhat, ISRO, Prof. M B Rajani and Asmita Mohanty of NIAS on the topic “Space Science” on 4th October 2018 between 10:30 am to 3:30 pm at the Planetarium. Entry fee Rs.250/- per head.

Also, a special public lecture by Dr. Ravikumar Hosamani, University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad on the topic ‘Fruit Flies in Space: Relevance to Astronaut’s Health!’ is scheduled on the same day at 4 pm. Entry is free.

Astronomy Workshop in weekends

A 10-day workshop for public entitled “Essential Astronomy is being organized. An Introductory Course – for beginners” on weekends from October 6th – November 4th, 2018 between 10:30 am to 12 noon at the Planetarium. Entry fee is Rs.600/- per head.

Please visit for more details.

Divya Kshetram – Dance Festival.

Nrityantar and Dr.Usha RK presents Divya Kshetram – Dance Festival

DIVYA KSHETRAM is all about deities and their abodes. Six young talented dancers will take the viewers through the serenity and sanctity of the most sacred spaces, significance of their iconographies and depictures, associated myths and legends, and rites and rituals and as they dance in complete surrender to the divine, they are sure to transport audiences to the enchanted delight of spiritual ecstasy and delightful bliss.


on Wednesday, 3rd October 2018

Lord Jagannath temple at Puri in Odissi by Madhulita Mohapatra

Lord Venkateswara Temple, Tirupati in Bharatanatyam by Dr. Soundarya Srivathsa

on Thursday, 4th October 2018

Meenakshi temple at Madurai in Bharatanatyam by Navia Natarajan

Ambaji temple at Banaskantha in Gujarat in Kathak by Vidha Lal

on Friday, 5th October 2018

Sri Krishna temple at Udupi in Bharatanatyam by Ragini Chandrashekhar

Shrinathji Temple at Nathdwara, Rajasthan in Kathak by Abhimanyu Lal

Seva Sadan
14th Cross, West Park Road,
Near Sai Mandir (Sampige Road)
Bengaluru 560 003.

Directions to the Venue :

Bharatanatyam Rangapravesha of Varsha Shankar.

Drishti Art Centre present the Bharatanatya Rangapravesha of Varsha Shankar, disciple of Smt. Anuradha Vikranth,

Varsha Shankar has been learning Bharatanatyam for the past ten years at the Drishti Art Centre from its Founder Director, Guru Smt. Anuradha Vikranth. Varsha has performed at many dance festival and has won appreciation from artists and art lovers for her performance.

Through the landmark of Rangapravesha, she wishes to dedicate herself to Classical Dance, and enter the world well equipped to achieve greater heights and use this eternal form of Art for a cause of Society.

Rangapravesha on Tuesday 2nd October 2018, 6.00 PM

ADA Rangamandira,
J.C Road,

Gandhi Jayanthi celebrations at Rangoli Metro Art Center

On the ocassion of 150th Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi Rangoli Metro Art Center is organizing the following programs

Swadesh : Live Painting Contest
Presented by Rangoli Metro Art Center in collaboration with Art Matters

2 October 2018 | 10.00AM Onwards

Categories & Registration Fee :
Children ( Till 12th std. ) : Free
Art Students : Rs. 150 | Hobby/ Professional : Rs. 300

Prize for Art Students & Hobby/ Professional Category
First : Rs. 5000 | Second : Rs. 3000 | Third : Rs. 2000
Prize for Children Category : Citation & Certificate

Students/ Hobby/ Professional Category Participants will be provided with an easel, canvas (2ft X 2ft). For the Children Category, sheets will be provided.

Art Works will be returned to artists after the Exhibition except those of the winners. Paints, brush, pallet and other necessary items have to be arranged by participants themselves.

Rangoli Metro Art Center in collaboration with New Acropolis present “The Butterfly Effect”
While change is constant, often it is a single spark that triggers a movement that transforms our lives and our communities.

Every small act of positive change in one part of the world carries with it the ripple effect of making a significant impact on another.Just as a butterfly symbolizes transformation and a journey from the cocoon to the freedom of the skies, the butterfly effect promises the possibility of this fascinating journey towards bringing collective change around us.

This Gandhi Jayanti, come be a part of The Butterfly Effect, an interactive Public Art installation to spread the message of Hope and Fraternity as we celebrate the spirit of transformation, with a creative art activity for all to enjoy.

11am to 12 noon – Talk and Discussion on “Freedom to Change”

12 noon to 2pm – Art Installation
Free Entry | Rights to Admission Reserved

Mahatma on Canvas
Drawing and Painting Exhibition by N S Kumbar Art students, on the occasion of “ Gandhi Jayanthi”

(Mahatma On Canvas) Art exhibition
on 2nd & 3rd of Oct, 2018. This is to promote our talented art students and give them
an opportunity to display their drawings & paintings.
Celebrating Gandhi Jayanthi from the past 7 years and exhibiting drawings by NSK art students for the last three. This year NSK will be exhibiting their paintings as well.

Rangoli Metro Art Center,
MG Road,

Vaishnava Janato – Concert on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanthi

Kalamshu Cultural Trust  in association with Kalamshu Dance and Music Institute, Bengaluru presents Vaishnava Janato – Concert on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanthi by Kalamshu disciples

Flute recital by Sri Rakesh Dath,
Bharathanritya recital by Vid. Kshithija Kasaravalli

on Tuesday | 2nd October 2018 | 6:00 PM

Kalamshu Kalachavadi,
#438, 3rd Cross, 3rd Main, Kalyan Nagar,
2nd Block, 1st Stage,
Bengaluru 560 072.


Panel Discussion on “State of Work in India”

Bangalore International Centre in collaboration with Azim Premji University is organizing Panel Discussion on “State of Work in India”

This panel will dwell on the subjects of quantity and quality of employment in Indian economy. It will also explore possible measures to achieve better rates of employment and regular incomes for all. Data and insights from the recent ‘State of Working India’ by Azim Premji University’s Centre of Sustainable Employment will provide the basis of the discussion.

Anurag Behar, Vice Chancellor, Azim Premji University will set the context.

Mahesh Vyas. CEO, Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy.
Amit Basole. Professor, Azim Premji University.
Aseem Shrivastava. Writer and Economist.
Mallige. Volunteer, Youth for Employment.
in Conversation with
Madan Padaki. Co-founder, Global Alliance for Mass Entrepreneurship and CEO, 1Bridge.

on Wednesday | 3rd October 2018 | 6.30 PM

Bangalore International Centre,
TERI Complex,
4th Main, 2nd Cross,
Domlur II Stage,
Bangalore – 560 071.