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Screening of Immigration Movie “FATIMA”

Bangalore International Centre (A TERI Initiative) is organising Screening of Immigration Movie “FATIMA” Directed by Philippe Faucon

About the Film:
Fatima is a divorced 44 year old North African woman raising two teenage girls in Lyon. Based on a real-life memoir, “Fatima” was described by the New York times as a “small, perfect film (that) captures the conflicts and tensions of the immigrant experience in France, where assimilation in the best of circumstances isn’t easy.”

“Fatima” is a moving tale of many trials and tribulations of immigration, loneliness and parenthood.

Country: France
Year: 2015
Duration: 79 Minutes
Language: French and Arabic (with English subtitles)

on Wednesday | 23rd August 2017 | 6.00 PM

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

A. Naveen Kumar – 81 sqft studio – Magical Stories

A. Naveen Kumar – 81 sqft studio – Magical Stories
moderated by Dr. Pramila Lochan
Presented by Ananya Drishya in association with Venkatappa Art Gallery

A Naveen Kumar
Born in 1985, Naveen completed his studies with a Diploma in Painting from KEN School of Arts, Bengaluru (2008) & a Post-Diploma in Printmaking from Bangalore University (2010).

Naveen has participated in several exhibitions and projects namely the 57th National Exhibition of Art, Lucknow (2016); ‘Tvam’, Durbar Hall, Kochi (2016); Camel Art Foundation Exhibition ICCR, Kolkata (2016); ‘Morphology of Archive’, curated by T P Sabitha & Lina Vincent Sunish, Museum of Goa, Bardez, Goa (2016); ‘Crosstalk’, organized by Gallery Sumukha, Lalit Kala Akademi, Regional Centre, Chennai (2016); ‘Elemental’, curated by Suresh Jayaram, Galerie Sublime, Bengaluru (2015); Mini Prints, Goa (2016); ‘Transformation’, curated by Tania Sen, Society of International Print Makers and Artists (SIPMA), Philadelphia, USA (2015); 5 Young artists from Bengaluru, Garage, Aarau, Switzerland (2015); ‘[ ]’, Gallery Sumukha, Bengaluru (2015); ‘Dialogues with the Self’, curated by Anirudh Chari, The Portret Project, Bakheda, New Delhi (2015); Solo exhibition on Urban life of Bengaluru, MOD Arts Program, Bengaluru (2015); ‘Lines and Beyond’, curated by Surekha, Rangoli- Metro Art Center, Bengaluru (2014); ‘Papyrus’, curated by Ushmita Sahu, Gallerie M, Kolkata (2014); ‘Crosstalk’, Gallery Sumukha, Bengaluru (2014); ‘RASA’, exploring the aesthetic experiences, conceptualized by Lina Vincent Sunish, Muhua Art Gallery, Bengaluru (2014); ‘The Emerging Canvas: an Indo-Korean Young Artists Exhibition, Lalit Kala Akademi, Regional Art Center, Chennai (2013); ‘In memory of Dr. Veena Shekar’, organized by Sameeksha Art Trust, Venkatappa Art Galllery (2013); ‘We were trying to make sense…’, curated by Magda Fabianczyk’, Exploring Artist & Non-Artist Collaborations, 1Shanthiroad Studio/Gallery, Bengaluru (2013); ‘Print Spotlight’, Gallery 545, Bengaluru (2012); among others..

He has been Artist-in-Residence at the Indian Ateliers, International Residency Program, Goa.

Naveen has been a recipient of the K K Hebbar Art Grant (2017); Camel Art Foundation Professional Award & Euro Tour (2016); Shenoy Art Foundation Emerging Artist Award (2015); Arnawaz Vasudev Charities Scholarship (2010 & 2009) & Nadoja R M Hadapad Student Scholarship (2007 & 2006).

He is also a Member of Artist Pension Trust. Naveen lives & works in Bengaluru.

Dr. Pramila Lochan
Dr. Pramila Lochan is an art historian engaged in research, documentation and writing since 1992. Her research contribution is in the area of ragamala painting, mural painting, folk, contemporary art and musicology. She has co-coordinated several workshops, exhibitions as well as projects for IGNCA SRC since 2002 that include digitization and catalogue documentation of Ganjifa cards and Survey, documentation and study of Mural Paintings of South India. She has curated and assisted in setting up an exclusive Gallery of Ganjifa cards for Heritage Village, Manipal in 2008-09. Her publication includes books, contributory chapters in edited volumes, research papers, and catalogue essays besides feature articles. Formerly Principal of Roerich Institute she has also taught art history courses at various art colleges of Bengaluru.

on Tuesday | 22 August 2017 | 6:00 PM

Venue:
Venkatappa Art Gallery
Kasturba Road,
Bengaluru 560 001.

Aane banthondaane

Aane banthondaane
Celebrate this Ganesha Festival near the Elephant corridor of Bengaluru

Food foraging, Stories, Conservation talks, Feast, Clay Ganesha,Coconut leaf craft.

for registrations call 080-26548654

on Sunday | 20th August 2017| 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Venue:
Buffalo Back Farm
Village – Kariappana Doddi,
Anekal Taluk,
Near Bannerghatta National Park,
Bengaluru.

Guru Vandana by Yogesh Kumar

Guru Vandana
an endowment programme in memory of Smt.U.K Chandrabhaga Devi and Prof.U.S Krishna Rao
organised by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and Maha Maya

Guru Vandana by Yogesh Kumar.S
Disciple of Karnataka Kalashri Guru Sri Sathyanarayana Raju, “Samskruthi – The Temple of Art”
followed by Bharatanatyam recital by the disciples of Guru Sri Sathyanarayana Raju

Chief Guests:
Sri.Venugopal. P
Regional Director, ICCR, Bengaluru
and
Smt.Sulochana Saralaya
Art Critic

Bharathanatyam, the supreme Indian classical dance that involves – Rhythm, Rhyme and Expression, fascinated Yogesh Kumar S at a very young age. His passion & interest towards the art made him to take up dance (Bharatanatyam) as a career though he has graduated with Diploma in Mechanical Engineering.

Yogesh began his training under Guru. Smt. Brunda and currently he is being trained under Guru. Vidwan Sathyanarayana Raju, a world renowned exponent of Bharatanatyam.

With his consistent focus and rigorous training, he has completed Vidwat grade in Bharatanatyam from Karnataka Secondary Education and Visharada from Akhila Bharatha Gandarva Maha Vidyalaya, Miraj. He has been selected in the scheme of award of scholarship to young artistes under the different cultural fields, for the year 2015 – 2016 by CCRT under the ministry of culture. He is an acclaimed ‘B’ Grade artist of Dooradarshan & has received scholarship from Karnataka Sangeetha and Nirtya Academy. He has been declared as 2nd Best Dancer in the 28th Annual “SPIRIT OF YOUTH” festival of Music and Dance helad at Kasturi Srinivasan Hall, Music Academy Chennai.

With his keen ability to understand and imbibe the nuances of this beautiful art form and with his perseverance and dedication, he has traveled across India. He showcased his talent at various prestigious Utsavas & Sabhas. To name a few: Hampi Utsava, Lakundi Utsava, Common Wealth Games in Delhi – 2010, Kanaka Kavya Vaibhava in Dooradarshan, Nauka Charitam in Ananya Nrithyollasa – 2015 (choreography by Guru. Smt. Padmini Ravi), World Dance Day – 2014 at Sai Arts International, 27th International World Art Craft Mela, Bhadrachala Ramadasa Charitram, Krishna Premi in love & devotion, Santa Vani, Nayaka Nayaki Navarasa Navaratri – 2014, Over the recent years, yogesh has been a principal dancer with the prasidda reportery. he has performed extensively with team in their prime productions ‘silk sutra’ which was performed in Europe during 2016, Prasiddha Foundation’s 25th Year Celebration – Delhi, Guru Shishya Festival in Chandigarh, etc., He showcased his solo performances in many prestigious stages, to name a few: Natarajotsava 2016 held at Karnataka Nrithyakala Parishath, Natarajotsava 2016 held at Vasundara Performing Arts Centre, Mysore, Padams & Javalis Festival, Articulate Mysore Festival, Music Academy Chennai, World Dance Day 2016 – Shantala Arts Trust, etc.,

Yogesh has played the role of Sugreeva in one of the Exquisite Dance Ballet, which represents parts of the Kishkinda Kandam and Sundara Kandam which was choreographed by Smt. Anitha Guha, which was performed in Music Academy – Chennai & then in USA during Aug 2015.

Yogesh trains young dance aspirants and helps his Guru. Vid. Sathyanarayana Raju. Has also conducted lot of workshop, summer camps at Bala Bhavan and also choreographed several dances in many schools for Children’s Day Celebration, School Anniversary, etc.,

It is his sincere effort to delve further into this wonderful art of Bharathanatyam and preserve and propagate its pristine beauty.

Sathyanarayana Raju Sathyanarayana Raju is one of the most sought after male dancers and choreographers in India, who has been lauded for his soul stirring performances and staunch training techniques. He stormed the world of Bharathanatyam despite several obstacles, with enormous efforts, hard work, dedication and practice to be a complete artiste who is adored by audiences and critics alike. Over time Sathya has successfully made a mark in the world ofdance that was monopolized by the feminine gender

Sathyanarayana Raju diligently essays multi-faceted roles of a dancer, teacher and choreographer while training several students at his institute “Samskruthi- The Temple of Art”. Several of his students have gone on to receive much acclaim and continue to pursue dance under his tutelage. His unique style of choreography has won the hearts of many art connoisseurs, which has led him to consistently be commissioned to collaborate with leading South Asian dance artistes and theatre artiste.

Sathyanarayana Raju is an artiste who has always been driven by the passion he has for dance. His undiluted dedication to Arts over the years has been recognized by several institutions and his mantle has been adorned with a number of awards and accolades thus far including, Karnataka Kalashri by Karnataka Sangeetha Nruthya Academy foryear 2016-2017

Guru Vandana on Sunday | 20th August 2017 | 6:00 PM

Venue:
Khincha Auditorium,
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan,
Race Course Road,
Bengaluru 560 001.

Dharmik and Spiritual Programmes – August 2017 by TTD and HDPP, Bengaluru.

Tirumala Tirupati Devastanams (TTD) and Hindu Dharma Prachara Parishath (HDPP) Bengaluru Centre will be organising Dharmik and Spiritual Programmes – August 2017

Information issued by
Executive Officer
TTD, Tirupati

Secretary
HDPP, TTD, Tirupati

Programmes will be organized at various venues around Bengaluru.

The trades of the “Tiger of Mysore” – Heritage tour

Bengaluru by Foot is organising a Heritage tour The trades of the “Tiger of Mysore”

A heritage tour with a difference. This is a tour to Mandya, Channapatna & Ramnagaram to learn more about the industries started by Tipu Sultan. In Mandya he started the sugar industries. In Channapatna, he invited craftsmen from Persia who taught the locals the art of making the famous wooden toys & in Ramanagaram he set up the silk industry.

The guests get to view how sugar is made from sugar cane, the toy making as well as the process of making silk.

The ticket for this tour costs 2750/- and includes transport in an a/c vehicle, breakfast, lunch as well as evening chai.

Note:
1. The organisers 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.

Please book your tickets online: http://bit.ly/2vOE8xd

Heritage tour on Saturday | 19th August 2017 | 7:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Performance by Bok Bok from the UK.

Bok Bok from the UK with Kampai and Mozzdeep will be performing at Bengaluru

The Shelter is very proud to bring you the next offering in our series of shows – Bok Bok , the co-founder of the incendiary Night Slugs from the UK!

About Bok Bok
Bok Bok aka Alex Sushon is a London based DJ, producer and director of the incendiary Night Slugs record label. DJing since 2004, Sushon started to make his name on London’s underground scene around the time Grime music was first emerging from the capitol’s tower blocks. The unique inventiveness and raw energy of that music has remained with Sushon ever since those early days, as he discovered the wider world of club music, seeing many parallels between the homegrown music of London and House music from Chicago to South Africa, Techno, Baltimore/Jersey/Philly Club, 80s funk and a myriad other music styles across many eras.

This pan-genre, time-irreverent mentality was the foundation of the Night Slugs movement. In 2008 Sushon would join forces with like-minded producer and DJ L-Vis 1990 to form Night Slugs (NS), initially a club night in South London. From day 1 the ethos was fiercely open-minded and DIY, as Bok and L-Vis dedicated themselves to club music. Through the events series and their DJ sets around the UK and Europe, the duo cultivated a unique sound, cross-pollinating ideas from their various influences until a distinct community of producers crystallised around them. 

About Kampai
Kampai is the solo project of Bangalore-based Rumit Virmani who plays electronic music, which has a heavy emphasis on bass. Primarily a Trap music enthusiast, Kampai also blurs the lines between genres such as Jersey club, Twerk, DnB and Footwork with his quirky sets. Kampai is always up for pushing boundaries in the Indian electronic music scene through experimentation in his sets and finds inspiration in an assortment of different sounds and genres.

In his musical career, Kampai has shared stage with Troyboi(LDN), Herobust (USA), Ganz (Netherlands), Slugabed (UK), Chimpo (UK) and Epic Empire (France). Aside from music, he has also been hard at work advancing the Indian music scene in different ways. While he was working at Social Offline, Bangalore he pioneered and introducing properties such as BASSICK Sense and The Grind etc. He also founded the city collective called Hybrid Cycle along with Ketan Bahirat a.k.a Oceantied and Jayanth Ramachandra a.k.a The Sine Painter in 2015, a collective to push underground music in Bangalore and India. He is now one of the partners at Hidden

Shades Festival, an annual live music and arts movement whose vision is to bring the freshest sound from all across the world to India.

About Mozzdeep.
Mozzdeep a.k.a Anirudha Ajay is a beatmaker from Bangalore influenced by the sounds of old school video games,hip-hop,funk and electronic music. He takes elements from his influences to create beats that are soulful,heavy and nostalgic. This has lead to him releasing singles with prolific collectives and labels such as Mellow Orange, Laruche Records,Villain records.Unreleased gems and underground bangers are a staple in his DJ sets.His “No Qualms” EP released in 2015 was met with great praise from the electronic music community and has cemented his place among the upcoming generation of beatmakers in India. One can only expect to hear a variety of sounds from a plethora of genres and subgenres of bass music, hip-hop,electronic music and more at a Mozzdeep Show.

The Humming Tree
The Humming Tree is an arts, music and performance space in Bangalore, India, open since June 2013. At the present moment, along with major international artists who are touring with us, we’re curating 25+ programmes a month including fantastic music gigs, fun workshops, film screenings, exhibitions, cultural performances, theatre, spoken word poetry, reading and storytelling sessions and other educational gatherings. We aim at providing a platform for the different arts, keeping in mind the beautifully varied resources and audiences we have access to. In addition to the performance venue, we run a fresh, unique kitchen and bar service.

Entry fee: Rs. 500/-

Saturday | 19th August 2017 | 9:00 PM

Venue:
The Humming Tree
#949, 3rd Floor & Rooftop,
12th Main Road,
Indiranagar,
Bengaluru – 560 038.