#SocialCurates: Mandala Dot Art Jam
by Bangalore Drawing Room
Painting and Fine Art workshops during the weekends have been a trend in the Bars of Bangalore and Social brings an edge by adding a twist — A Mandala Dot Art Workshop, for the first time!
A calming and relaxing exercise to paint mandalas using the dot art technique — this evening is all about colours, a blank canvas, food, friends & music!
The workshop is open for audience of all ages. No previous experience needed so beginners and amateurs in painting are most welcome! The organisers give you a glass to sip, a brush to dip & all the guidance to paint your mandalas on canvas with acrylic paints. The evening would involve painting numerous small canvases with detailed dotted Mandalas, a spiritual & ritual symbol representing universe. Many people and cultures have vouched for the mandala’s intrinsic meaning — Buddhists, Tibetans, and Hindus have all derived meaning from the mandala and its captivating beauty.
Artist Snehal Patil, founder of Bangalore Drawing room, says “Art is a spontaneous expression that resides in all of us & must be provided with a creative outlet. Many of us have not explored our creative side and that’s simply because we never had a chance to. With these workshop series, we aim to help this situation”
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Fees Rs. 1700/- for details Call: 8105322462
on Sunday | 19th February 2017 | 4:00 – 7:00 PM
Church street Social
No-46/1, Cobalt Building,
Bangalore – 560001.
KAAPI WITH KURIOSITY
Footloose on a tiled trail
Exploring repeating patterns
Speaker: C S Aravinda , TIFR – Centre for Applicable Mathematics
C S Aravinda
obtained a BSc in Physics, Mathematics and Electronics, and an MSc in Mathematics, from Central College, Bangalore University. He obtained a PhD in mathematics at the School of Mathematics of TIFR, Mumbai, where he worked on the dynamics of geodesic flow in negative curvature. He served as visiting faculty at the State University of New York, Binghamton, and was a faculty member at the Chennai Mathematical Institute before joining the TIFR Centre for Applicable Mathematics, where he is currently an Associate Professor. His main interests are in the geometric, topological and dynamical aspects of negative curvature. Outside of his research, he has translated The Man Who Knew Infinity, a biography of Srinivasa Ramanujan, into Kannada, and is the Chief Editor of the newly launched quarterly math magazine Bhāvanā.
Regularly repeating patterns are commonplace around us, on tile-laid pavements, on tapestry designs, on window grills, on rangolis and so on. Exploring newer and newer basic patterns to create novel designs has fascinated mankind for centuries. This talk begins by looking at the seemingly simple problem of tiling a flat floor by polygonal shapes and takes on a journey telling the story of how it leads to certain intriguing but as yet unresolved questions like finding out how many different convex pentagons are capable of tiling the plane. Along the way, one gets to hear about Penrose’s aperiodic tiling, the Honeycomb Conjecture and an interesting connection with the study of crystalline structures.
Kaapi with Kuriosity is a monthly public lecture series organised by the International Centre for Theoretical Sciences (ICTS-TIFR), in collaboration with the Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium and the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum, Bengaluru.
Lecture on Sunday | 19th February 2017 | 4:00 PM
Jawaharlal Nehru Planetarium,
Atta Galatta presents 3 shots of Comedy by Prashant Jade
1.Negative: On a given not so funny day, the thoughts and the Misconceptions of Negative Being Negative And How It has been affecting our lives is going to take a whole new turn. Well, Dont think Positive or negative about the play. It really have traces of absurdity.
2.The Incomplete Story: A writer and his stupid thoughts. Well, there is a competition for his stupidity, His Girlfriend. Wait, There is a competition for her as well, in the race of being the king of stupid. An incident eventually leading nowhere, in a not so called writer’s life.
3.Hey Bhagwan: Be careful what you wish for! For sometimes they become true. This Weekend, meet god, His near and dear devotee and her husband and their tryst with God himself and his grant of wishes!
3 shots of Comedy on Sunday | 19th February 2017 | 6.30 PM
#134, KHB Colony,
5th Block, Koramangala,
Bangalore 560 095
Third edition Presented by
National Gallery of Modern Art, Bengaluru
(Ministry of Culture, Government of India)
in collaboration with
Citizens for Neralu
Neralu sets tone for the Bengaluru Tree Festival with a wide range of events such as talks, workshops, performances and all-day activities. Neralu is entirely crowd-funded by citizens, and open to all. The organizers hope to engage as many Bengalureans as possible, across various communities that inhabit this city, to connect to trees and creat conversation around issues concerning ecology and urban living.
Journal with Trees (Parent-Child)
Sangeetha Kadur & Shilpashree (9.00 AM – 11.30 AM)
Tree as a Teacher: A Biomimicry workshop
Seema Anand & Prashant Dhawan (9.00 AM – 11:30 AM)
Charumathi Supraja (10 AM – 11.30 AM)
The Story of the Star Blossom Tree
Aparna Kapur, Ritoparna Hazra & Sanjana Kapur – Amar Chitra katha (10:30 AM)
The Monkey King
Prachi Jariwala (12:00 PM – 12:30 PM)
Nature in the City: Bengaluru in the Past, Present and Future
Stepping into the Enchanted Forest (A freewheeling discussion with children)
A Brief History of the Evolution of Plants
One, Two, Tree!
Bindhumalini Naranyanaswamy & Vasu Dixit
Conversation With Trees (audio walks), Installations, Live Art, Self-guided Tree Walks, Games, School Projects’ Display
T-Talks W-Workshops P-Performances
Join with family and friends, in this celebration of Bengaluru’s trees.
#Neralu on Sunday | 19th February 2017
National Gallery of Modern Art,
49, Palace Road,
Bengaluru 560 052.
Community Drumjam – 47
Drum with Roberto Narain and Vasundhara Das at the forty seventh edition of Community Drumjam
Free Djembe workshop by Abhiram will also be held prior to Community Drumjam from 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Drumjam on Sunday | 19th February 2017 | 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Rangoli – The Metro Art Center,
Bengaluru 560 001.
Birth Centenary of Gopalakrishna Adiga
Organized by Kannada Sahitya Parishath, Bengaluru
On the Ocassion the book
Adiga nenapu adigadige
Authored by B.V Kedilaya and Published by Ankita Pustaka will be Released
Birth Centenary celebrations on Saturday | 18th February 2017 | 10:30 AM – 4:45 PM
Kannada Sahitya Parishath
3rd Main, Pumpamahakavi Road,
Near Makkala Koota Park,
Bengaluru – 560018.