InkWeaver presents Writing Workshop (Level One).
An introduction to writing skills,
In Level One, you will be introduced to:
Different styles of writing,
Letting words flow easily,
How to let your thoughts pour out in words,
How to polish up existing writing skills,
And have an individual writing assessment!
Basically, it is an introductory workshop.
A part of this amount will be donated to the Kalap Trust.
for Details contact +91 9535067230 / +91 8095712901
Writing Workshop on Saturday | 28th May 2016 | 2:30 PM
Marzipan Cafe and Bakery
8, Ulsoor Road,
Bengaluru 560 042.
Near 1 MG Mall
InkWeaver presents Storytelling Jam under the trees
Been searching for more spaces to share?
Listen to stories, share your stories and weave stories together.
Jam together and spread stories to get caught by the wind and lift them to Cubbon Park’s gorgeous trees draped with their splendid summer colours.
Assemble right next to Coffee Day Square near UB City facing Cubbon Park and move into Cubbon Park from there.
Bring Yourselves! (and buckets and buckets of words please!)
Cost!! It’s free! (whee!)
WearComfortable shoes and clothes that let you move around.
You can’t put a bunch of noisy people in the same space and expect it to be quiet!
Bharath Divakar who is Master of theatre, storytelling and performance poetry. He is here to enchant you with tales and help you build your own!!
Get instruments if you’d like to. After all, it’s a jam..
for details contact: +919620874176 / +918095712901
Storytelling Jam on Sunday | 29th May 2016 | 2:30 PM
Friday | 27th May 2016 | 6.30pm
Yavanika State Youth Centre,
Bangalore 560 001.
Directions to the Venue : http://goo.gl/maps/PGYih
A day in the life of the “Tiger of Mysore”.
by Bengaluru by Foot.
First out of city tour by Bengaluru by Foot to Srirangapatna. Sriraganpatna or Seringapatam as it was called by the British was the capital of the Tiger of Mysore aka Tipu Sultan, who not only had his fort on this island, but also met with his martyrdom there.
Famous archeologist Jitu Mishra from Ahmedabad, will be there to help us as we unravel the secrets of Seringapatam’s heritage monuments. Mr. Jitu Mishra is an archaeologist, from Deccan College in Pune. For last 10 years he has been involved in school education and with various heritage awareness programs. He works with an educational institution at Ahmedabad, where he is involved with Social Studies assessment and teachers training. He is also the co-founder of the initiative called Virasat-e-Hind˜. The initiative aims at creating a positive outlook on India’s cultural and natural heritage among people and tourists. He is also trying to bring a change in the way history is taught in school education.
The Guests will explore the numerous monuments associated with this legendary Sultan. In between sight-seeing we narrate stories of bravery as well as treachery that led to the fall of the one last, true opposition to British colonial rule in the whole of India.
On this tour you will explore why he is despised by a few of his fellow countrymen, while he is admired by the descendants of the British who infact vanquished him & ended his Sultanat-e-Khudadad.
It may come as a surprise to many that both Tipu Sultan & Hyder Ali aided the American rebels in the American war of Independence & the fact that one of the first US naval ships was christened as USS “Haidar Ally”. Other surprising facts are how his rockets inspired the US national anthem and his contribution to rocket technology being acknowledged by no other than NASA itself.
So join Bengaluru by Foot as they narrate more such facts to you aided by the beautiful paintings of the Daria Daulat palace as well as the back drop of the ruins of Srirangapatna themselves.
Ticket price includes transport (To & from Bangalore CBD), breakfast, lunch & tea.
To register, send contact details to “email@example.com”.
1. The organizers need a minimum number of 4 people to conduct any event. In case they don’t have such numbers, they reserve the right to cancel the event & issue a full refund to you.
2. For logistical reasons all walks by Bengaluru by Foot will have a maximum capacity of just 16 members.
3. Please book your tickets soon as the walks can sometimes get sold out within days of the bookings opening up
Tickets available online: http://bit.ly/1XbNn54
Saturday | 28th May 2016 | 6:30 AM – 8:30 PM
NGMA Bengaluru, in collaboration with the Seagull Foundation for the Arts, Kolkata presents “the last supper” an Exhibition of series of reverse paintings on acrylic by Madhavi Parekh
National Gallery of Modern Art,
49, Palace Road,
#Bangalore 560 052.
Gallery Timings : Daily 10am to 5pm Closed on Mondays and National Holidays.
Coloring India presents 5th edition of Watercolor Workshop “Hues of Watercolor” by Sadhu Aliyur.
The wait is over and he is coming back to spread the colors with his magic hands, have you ever seen an imperial size finished watercolor painting completed in less than 20-30 minutes? Yes, that was a Life painting we were talking about!!
If not then this is your chance! He has that magic to play around with any brushes and any papers.
Join for Hues of watercolor – 5 by the most experienced watercolor mesmerist Shri. Sadhu Aliyur! This watercolor workshops will be strictly for who having the interest for watercolor medium!
As another Art workshops/ watercolor workshops in Bangalore, this is a weekend workshop which is convenient for housewives, senior citizens, students, and working professionals etc. The workshop fees are reasonably priced for promoting art awareness.
Read more about Shri Sadhu Aliyur http://www.sadhualiyur.com
The registration fee will be 4250/- INR and it will be inclusive of basic art material & snacks.
Limited Seat Call now on (0821) 3933466
Alternatively you can
Fill form – http://goo.gl/2U09Vv
(Saturday and Sunday) 28th and 29th May 2016
Venkatappa Art Gallery,
Karpanai Kudhirai production Presents Tamizh Play – “Karuthiruman”
PlayWright and Director: Vedarun Rajkumar
Choreography: Preethi Bharadwaj
Music: Pradeep, Prasanna, Raman Sankaran
Karpanai Kudirai, is a group of theatre and fine arts enthusiasts from the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru. The group works predominantly in Tamizh and is a heterogeneous mix of writers, actors, musicians, dancers and artwork experts.
Their first theatre production, a 12th century period drama titled Adirvalai Bimbangal opened to positive reviews from the audience, artists and critics alike.
Following this encouraging response, they are staging a new play titled ‘Karuthiruman’ which tracks the psychological evolution of a primary school teacher. This drama marks the coming together of the creative talents of a very heterogeneous mix of people and bears an original tag for the story, script, music, and choreography!
Karuthiruman will be Staged on Saturday | 28th May 2016 | 5:45 PM
KEA Prabhath Rangamandira
Karnataka Engineers Academy,
C A Site No.1, 8th main road,
2nd cross, Kamalanagar,
Bangalore – 560 079