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E=mc2 – Kannada Play.

Kannada Play
WeMove Theatre

Written and Directed by Abhishek Iyengar

E=mc2 - Kannada Play by We Move Theatre at Ranga Shankara - CopyThe play starts out with the protagonist’s self-introduction about himself as a method actor and who is a schizophrenic patient, this method actor with the above said mental condition is the key plot which builds curiosity among the audience. The play revolves around the formula E=mc2. The play has numerous weaved twists, turns and mysterious characters which will not reveal the secrecy till the last movement. The stage set up is used to make better use of the clues that prove the logic of the surface story to create enough confusion and finally protagonist to come out of the E=mc2. The play is designed in such a way that each character has its own uniqueness in order to keep it entertaining and delightful.

Anirudh Mahesh, Rangaraj Bhatracharya, Roopa Rayappa, Hampa Kumar Angadi, Sushanth Shandilya, Vinay Dhruv Kumar, Deepika Nidige.

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Tuesday | 1st December 2015 | 7:30pm

Ranga Shankara
36/2, 8th Cross,
(Next to #JPNagar Post Office)
2nd Phase, JP Nagar,
#Bangalore 560 078.

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Painting Exhibition by Sundar Murthy M.S

Painting Exhibition
Sundar Murthy M.S

Sundarmurthy M.S a BFA Graduate from Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath is currently running an art school “Core College of Fine Arts” at Indiranagar and Thippasandra

He hs done various shows in and around Bangalore. To name a few Art Bengaluru Show, at UB City, Rangoli Metro Art Centre, M.G.Road, and in Chitrakala Parishath etc. He recently won an award from the Tourism Department of Karnataka.

27th to 29th November 2015 | 10am to 7pm

Karnataka Chitrakala Parishath
Art Complex,
Kumara Krupa Road,
Near Shivananda Circle,
Kumara Park East
Bengaluru-560 001.

Directions to the Venue :

Venu – Veena – Violin

Venu – Veena – Violin

Outreach Cultural Programme – 10
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Bengaluru,
Infosys Foundation, Bengaluru
in association with
Indiranagara Sangeetha Sabha and Ananya

Vidwan L.V.Mukund on Venu
Vidwan V.Gopal on Veena
Vidwan J.K Sridhar on Violin
Vidwan Renuka Prasad on Mridanga
Vidwan A.S.N Swamy on Khanjeera
Vidwan Narayana Murthy on Ghata

Saturday | 28th November 2015 | 6pm

Indiranagar Sangeetha Sabha
Purandara Bhavan,
8th Main, HAL II Stage,
(Behind Indiranagar Club)
Bangalore 560 038.

Kanakadasa – Ecstacy Enslaved a special show by Rasalok.

Kanakadasa – Ecstacy Enslaved
By Smt Deepika Dorai

A warrior shepherd turns poet saint as Kanaka Nayaka becomes Kanakadasa

Celebrate the anniversary of the legendary Kanakadasa with a special show

Bala Rasalok - Garudaagamana - Slice of still theatre moment by Bimba the Art Ashram Bengaluru

About Rasalok
Rasalok is recognized by ICCR as a unique art form – a rare Solo Still Theatre Tradition from Karnataka. Rasalok is expressed through a live oral theatrical recital, miniature intricate handmade art, miniature drama settings – all created, composed and narrated by a solo artist. Please grow and spread these thoughts and moments to your friends and dear ones and invite them on our behalf to a captivating experience of lasting enrichment.

Smt Deepika Dorai-founder artist at Bimba The Art Ashram- is the third generation artist to practise this unique miniature art form now RASALOK. Rasalok Still Theatre – miniature art is inspired and born from Kolu/Gombe Habba. A miniature by itself draws the viewer into the world it depicts and renders it larger than life. Rasalok – a moment in miniature and its world of expansive surroundings – is handmade by a solo artist. It depicts a “Leela”, a divine happening in the cosmos. The composer’s own oral stylised dramatic rendering in a focused mini-theatre environ imprints a transforming experience. Rasalok is equally enchanting for all – adult, child, artist, art-lover and the seeker in each of us.

Languages: English
Audience: Open to adults, children (above 6 years for theatre entry) to walkin at show start

Saturday | 28th Nov 2015 | 6:30 PM
Rasalok mini-theatre, Aangana, Bimba the Art Ashram,
42 Ratna Vilasa Road (on DVG Road),
Near Nagasandra circle
Bengaluru – 560004

Impressions An Exhibition by Claire Hamant

An Exhibition
Claire Hamant

Impressions - An Exhibition by Claire Hamant at Rangoli Metro Art Centre, BengaluruClaire Hamant is Textile Designer, worked as a graphic designer for Michelin. She has worked as a Communicator through drawings for Advertising and Media agencies; she is also a Interior Designer. She has given several exhibitions in Paris, Clermont, Ferrand & Grenovle. She has won many distinctive awards – Riom Copper Medal, Silver Medal, Belles – Letters, Arts & Science academy etc. She has conducted many Textile workshops for Junior & Secondary schools. She has a publication in “Textile Art”.

Conversation With CLAIRE HAMANT
on 28th November 2015 between 3:30pm to 4:30pm
at the Auditorium – Rangoli metro art centre.

on View till 29th November 2015 | 11am to 7:30pm

Vismaya Gallery
Rangoli-Metro Art Center
M G Road Boulevard
M G Road
Bangalore – 1.

SpACE Music and Dance Festival 2015.

Space Music and Dance Festival 2015

Rudraveena and Kathak
Festival of Music & Dance
Presented by
SpACE – Kathak Academy

Featuring Jyoti Hegde on the Rudraveena, that is now declared a UNESCO heritage instrument.

Followed by Krishnamayee, a thematic Kathak presentation about the gopis love of Krishna, culminating in the Raas.
Saturday | 28th November 2015| 6:30 PM

Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan,
Race Course Road,

Lecture on “The Concept of Swachchata in Indian Scriptures”

Lecture on “The Concept of Swachchata in Indian Scriptures”
Jnana Bhaskara Dr. Pavagada Prakash Rao

Organized by
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts Southern Regional Centre

About Swachchata:
Lecture on The Concept of Swachchata in Indian Scriptures by Jnana Bhaskara Dr. Pavagada Prakash Rao at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts BengaluruThe concept of Swachcha is synonymous with Shudhi. Swachcha in yoga is on many levels, and deepens as an understanding and evolution of self increases. Swachcha, or holistic purity of the body, is considered essential for health, happiness and general well-being. External purity is achieved through daily ablutions, while internal purity is cultivated through physical exercises, including asana (postures) and pranayama (breathing techniques). Along with daily ablutions to cleanse one’s body, the concept of Swachcha suggests clean surrounding, along with fresh and clean food to purify the body. Lack of Swachchata, such as letting toxins build in body are a source of impurity.


About Dr. Pavagada Prakash Rao:
Dr. Paavagada Prakash Rao, a well known household name in Karnataka among the scholars and the laymen. A Graduate in Science developed interest in Vedas, Upanishads and Indian Scriptures after the inception of divine light from his father Saahitya Nidhi Shri Nanjunda Rao. Pavagada, the birth place of Dr. Parakash, where he received his primary education and came Bangalore University to pursue his Masters Degree in Kannada Language. Has been conducting “Satya-Darshana” a program on DD9 Chandana on Saturdays and Sundays at 9:30 PM from 1st Nov 2003 to date. This program aims to clarify various queries that people may have pertaining to Literature, Epics, Puranas, Vedas etc. Zee Kannada channel had telecasted a special program “Geetha Darshana” from Dec’2006 wherein he has been delivering discourses on Bhagwat Geetha. Gave more than 50 Lectures on the epic Mahabharatha in Suvarna Channel under the title of “Shree Bharatha Darshana”. He has discoursed on “Bhagawat Gita” on Chandana DD9, a program explaining the significance of this great holy book of Hindu religion and spreading the teachings of Lord Krishna. Has completed work on a series of 50 VCDs of the Epic Ramayana

Lecture on
Monday | 30th November 2015 | 6pm

Seminar Hall
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts,
Southern Regional Centre,
Kengunte Circle, Mallathahalli,
Jnanabharathi Post,
Bangalore 560 056.


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