Festival of Classical Dance Celebrated by Karnataka Nritya Kala Parishath
Rajashree holla and Mahima holla. Kuchipudi. Duet.
Guru Vandya Srinath and Team.
Bhuvana Guru Prasad.
Guru. Brinda, Ananya kala niketana. Team.
Guru. Sandhya Rao and Team.
Guru. Mamatha karanth and Team.
on Sunday | 15th January 2017 |4.30 PM
Udaya Bhanu Kala Kendra
Behind Ramakrishna ashram
Film Making Workshop
Goldenage Film House
Make your first short film within 48 hours.
Along with the theory session about various aspects of film making, there will also be a hands-on session where the team will
come up with an idea for a film, shoot it and edit it during the course of the workshop, so as to get an overall understanding
of how a film gets made.
A very good platform for aspiring actors and film makers to learn the basics of all the aspects of film making and also to meet
like minded folks.Selected folks from the workshop will get to be a part of the future projects of Goldenagefilmhouse.
Participants need to fill a form with following details:
Full name, Age, Sex, Phone Number, Email address
Terms and Conditions
Age Limit: 13 Years and Above.
Workshop will commence on scheduled time.
Lunch to be arranged by participants.
Mail with details to firstname.lastname@example.org
or Call 8095862930
Workshop on Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th January 2017 | 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Goldenage Film House,
#195/A, 4th main,
1st stage, 2nd phase,
near Umiya saw mills
Odissi performance at Mukteshwar Dance Festival
by Sharmila Mukerjee and Students of Sanjali Centre for Odissi Dance, Bengaluru
Sharmila Mukerjee will be presenting compositions of Guru-late Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra and her own compositions/
The programme will be telecast live on DD Bharathi that evening.
Live Streaming. http://www.webcast.gov.in
on Sunday 15th January,2017 at 7.30 p.m.
at Mukteswar Temple Premises, Bubaneswar
7th Naada Bindu Festival at Pune
Chinmaya University Initiative
3-day residential arts-weekend, Immerse yourself in outstanding performances and insightful at-talks by exceptional artists.
7 Performances, 2 Art-Talks, Spiritual Discou
Experience the Arts as a Lifestyle!!
from February 10 – 12, 2017.
at Chinmaya Naada Bindu Gurukula, Kolwan, Pune
Science of Happiness
A Camp in English with Swami Advayananda, Based on Maitreyi Brahmana of Brihadaranyaka Upanishad
For further details email email@example.com or call 9689891959
from 5th to 9th January 2017
at Chinmaya Vibhooti, Kolwan
ತಿಪ್ಪೇಕ್ರಾಸಿನ ಬಲೂನ್ ಮಾರೋ ಹುಡುಗಿ ಸೇವಂತಿ “ಮಿಸ್ ಸೇವಂತಿ” ಆಗುವ, ಕಟ್ಟಾ ಪ್ರ್ಯಾಕ್ಟಿಕಲ್ ಬ್ರಹ್ಮಚಾರಿ ಭಾರ್ಗವ ಶಾಸ್ತ್ರಿ ಪ್ರೀತಿಯಲ್ಲಿ ಬೀಳುವ, ಪ್ರಣಯ ಪ್ರಹಸನ..! ರಂಗಸಿರಿ ಅಭಿನಯಿಸುವ ನಾಟಕ… ಸೇವಂತಿ ಪ್ರಸಂಗ..
ಮೂಲ: ಜಾರ್ಜ್ ಬರ್ನಾರ್ಡ್ ಶಾ
ರಚನೆ: ಜಯಂತ್ ಕಾಯ್ಕಿಣಿ
ನಿರ್ದೇಶನ: ಸಾಂದೀಪ್ ಪೈ
ನಾಳೆ, ಅಂದರೆ 14/1/2017
ಕೆ ಎಚ್ ಕಲಾಸೌಧದಲ್ಲಿ
by Rangasiri, Bengaluru
Playwright: Jayanth Kaikini
Director: Sandeep Pai
Once upon a time actually not too long ago, there was Sevanti, a young balloon seller and a darling daughter at Tippecross. She becomes the subject of an experimental venture by a pompous phonetics professor.
Her journey was nothing short of mayhem. How will she deal with it? Does the professor transform her from a boorish street woman to a high society lady? Does she win ‘Miss Rajdhani’ or the professor’s heart too?
Does it end with a happily ever after?
Watch ‘Sevanti Prasanga’ on Saturday | 14th January 2016 | 7:30 PM
K H Kalasoudha,
Ramanjaneya Temple Compound,
Bangalore – 560019.
Tickets Available online on Bookmyshow
Gustav Krumbiegel & Lalbagh.
A Walk at Lalbagh
organized by Bengaluru by Foot
This is a special walk to mark Gustav Krumbiegel’s 151st birth anniversary as well as the Republic Day flower show. Visual artist, Suresh Jayaram, introduces us to `Urban Visionary’ Gustav Hermann Krumbiegel (1865-1956) a German horticulturist and one of the chief architects of Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, who was responsible for creating Bangalore’s Garden City identity.
The Mysore State was envisioning itself to be a model state and Mysore a royal city in India. The enlightened King Krishnarajendra Wodeyar and his Dewan Sir Mirza Ismail (from 1926 to 1941), were both great lovers of gardens and parks. Sir Mirza created gardens, parks and beautiful squares in towns and cities. The citizen was envisioned to be a disciplined, productive and progressive member of society. The city was supposed to be designed to enhance these visions.
Bangalore and Mysore during the colonial times were emerging as fertile labs to experiment with the harnessing of nature; trees and plants were imported, acclimatized and nurtured to become part of the local landscape. In the early 19th Century the German Horticulturist G.H.Krumbiegel, with his intimate knowledge of tree species and city planning, was articulating landscape design as an occupation in the larger public works department in the Mysore Kingdom. He was ahead of his time and set a trend in the Indian subcontinent, in the process creating an unsurpassed horticultural legacy. HC.Javaraya and Mari Gowda continued this legacy in their individual styles.
The G.H. Krumbiegel project was an archival exercise, an attempt to recall the legacy of Gustav Hermann Krumbiegel (1865-1956), a German horticulturist and one of the chief architects of the Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, Bangalore. He was responsible for creating Bangalore’s ‘Garden City’ identity. He introduced several exotic trees into the city and curated the planting of species that flowered serially (‘serial blossoming’, as it was called). The city is deeply indebted to him, but except for a road named after him there is no official public acknowledgement thereof.
Keen to recognize a German’s contribution to the state of Karnataka during the Golden Jubilee celebrations of the Goethe-Institut/Max Mueller Bhavan Bangalore,Suresh Jayaram curated a collection of essays and art exploring Krumbiegel’s legacy and other aspects of this visionary’s figure’s role in the history of the city was brought out in 2010, titled ‘G.H. Krumbiegel: “Whatever He Touched, He Adorned.”
In tribute to Krumbiegel, and as a contemporary response to his work, a multimedia show curated by Suresh Jayaram was also organized the same year, bringing together the work of nine artists. Belonging to Bangalore, and being part of its changing landscape, they reflect a concern with the environment and the critical urban situation.
The curated walk will emphasize the environment and the making of the Garden City as a Utopia; a city envisioned as a planned landscape and explore the changing landscape of Lalbagh down the ages.
Mr.Suresh Jayaram will be “volunteering” to conduct this walk for Bengaluru by Foot. For more details send an email to “firstname.lastname@example.org”.
Note: The walk fees of 600/- INR includes entrance to the gardens & “snacks” too. There is also a 25% discount for senior citizens above 60 years and children in the age group of 9 to 16 years. The camera cost will have to be borne by the walkers on their own.
Note:All profits will go for a Coffee table book on Lalbagh.
Tickets available online on EventsHigh: http://bit.ly/2jLQNxK
Sunday | 15th January 2016 | 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM