Calender of Events ( 16-22 September, 2019 )

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  • Exhibition
    Partition Archives - The partition of India in 1947 resulted in the largest mass-migration of people in the world till date. In recent years, testimonies of these migrations from those who witnessed the event have begun to emerge, resulting in a better understanding of the partition. Among these, the narratives of women-young and old are imperative as they alert us on the impact the partition had on familial life, on homes and ways of living. This exhibit by The 1947 Partition Archive explores first-hand accounts with women who witnessed the partition. Those who refused to leave until months after the partition, And those who had to leave at just a moment's notice. Through their stories, through the very nature of the archival image, we learn about the circumstances of their migrations. We learn of family, education, the plight of refugees, and the most importantly, the notion of Hope. The 1947 Partition archive is a non-profit non-governmental organization dedicated to institutionalizing the people's history of Partition through documenting, preserving and sharing eyewitness accounts from all ethnic, religious and economic communities affected by the Partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    01st August - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Ras se bana Banaras - The city experience festival काशी की महिमा Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Over 100 art pieces to display including – Photographs, Paintings, Sketches, Cartoons etc
    • Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Book Reviews related to Kabeer, Raja of Varanasi, Karma, Dharma, Kama and Moksha
    • Music – Neeraj Arya Songs, Ganga Aarti, Shankhnaad & Shehnai
    • Plays & Poetry related to Banaras
    • Social Causes to support – Ganga Cleaning by NGO, Promote local
    Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st September - 30th November, 2019
  • Workshop
    Art Workshop by Rohit Kumar Sharma - Classes every Saturday and Sunday at Open Palm Court conference room
    Timings: Saturdays, 2.30 pm - 5.00 pm and Sundays, 11.30 am - 2.00 pm
    Fees: Rs. 4,500/- for three months The workshop is only for adult participants

    Venue : Palm Court Conference Room

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Man Mai Hain Dilli - An exhibition of watercolours by Krishnendu Chatterjee

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    My Journey - A solo paintings exhibition by Sabia. Sneak Peek of my work from year 1998

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    15th September - 18th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Close Your Eyes And - A group paintings exhibition by artists Arunava Mondal, Avijit Mukherjee, Katayun Saklat and Asis Kumar Sanyal

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    15th September - 18th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    A solo painting exhibition - by Jaskirat Singh and Sunil Chopra

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    16th September - 18th September, 2019
  • Talk
    TALK - 13th ANNUAL IESHR LECTURE. Civil War and Religion in Medieval Japan and Medieval Europe. Speaker: Prof. Philippe Buc, Professor of Medieval European History at the University of Vienna, Austria. Collab. IESHR & SAGE

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
  • Film
    FILM - Unishe April (Bengali with Eng subtitles/1994/138 mins). Dir. Rituparno Ghosh. Aditi's life changes when she loses her father at a young age. Years later, on the occasion of her father's death anniversary, she is still haunted by her memories of him and her mother's indifference. The screening will be followed by a discussion steered by Shubhra Gupta, film critic, Indian Express. Open to Habitat Film Club members’ only. Collab. The Indian Express Club

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    Partition Archives - The partition of India in 1947 resulted in the largest mass-migration of people in the world till date. In recent years, testimonies of these migrations from those who witnessed the event have begun to emerge, resulting in a better understanding of the partition. Among these, the narratives of women-young and old are imperative as they alert us on the impact the partition had on familial life, on homes and ways of living. This exhibit by The 1947 Partition Archive explores first-hand accounts with women who witnessed the partition. Those who refused to leave until months after the partition, And those who had to leave at just a moment's notice. Through their stories, through the very nature of the archival image, we learn about the circumstances of their migrations. We learn of family, education, the plight of refugees, and the most importantly, the notion of Hope. The 1947 Partition archive is a non-profit non-governmental organization dedicated to institutionalizing the people's history of Partition through documenting, preserving and sharing eyewitness accounts from all ethnic, religious and economic communities affected by the Partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    01st August - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Ras se bana Banaras - The city experience festival काशी की महिमा Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Over 100 art pieces to display including – Photographs, Paintings, Sketches, Cartoons etc
    • Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Book Reviews related to Kabeer, Raja of Varanasi, Karma, Dharma, Kama and Moksha
    • Music – Neeraj Arya Songs, Ganga Aarti, Shankhnaad & Shehnai
    • Plays & Poetry related to Banaras
    • Social Causes to support – Ganga Cleaning by NGO, Promote local
    Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st September - 30th November, 2019
  • Workshop
    Art Workshop by Rohit Kumar Sharma - Classes every Saturday and Sunday at Open Palm Court conference room
    Timings: Saturdays, 2.30 pm - 5.00 pm and Sundays, 11.30 am - 2.00 pm
    Fees: Rs. 4,500/- for three months The workshop is only for adult participants

    Venue : Palm Court Conference Room

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Man Mai Hain Dilli - An exhibition of watercolours by Krishnendu Chatterjee

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    My Journey - A solo paintings exhibition by Sabia. Sneak Peek of my work from year 1998

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    15th September - 18th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Close Your Eyes And - A group paintings exhibition by artists Arunava Mondal, Avijit Mukherjee, Katayun Saklat and Asis Kumar Sanyal

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    15th September - 18th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    A solo painting exhibition - by Jaskirat Singh and Sunil Chopra

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    16th September - 18th September, 2019
  • Talk
    TALK - Gaitonde Memorial Lecture. Our Moderns. Speaker: Geeta Kapur, art critic, art historian & curator. Chair: Ashok Vajpeyi, poet & art administrator. Collab. Raza Foundation

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Dance
    DANCE - Kathak duet by Vasu Krishna Maharaj & Vaibhav Krishna Maharaj

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    Partition Archives - The partition of India in 1947 resulted in the largest mass-migration of people in the world till date. In recent years, testimonies of these migrations from those who witnessed the event have begun to emerge, resulting in a better understanding of the partition. Among these, the narratives of women-young and old are imperative as they alert us on the impact the partition had on familial life, on homes and ways of living. This exhibit by The 1947 Partition Archive explores first-hand accounts with women who witnessed the partition. Those who refused to leave until months after the partition, And those who had to leave at just a moment's notice. Through their stories, through the very nature of the archival image, we learn about the circumstances of their migrations. We learn of family, education, the plight of refugees, and the most importantly, the notion of Hope. The 1947 Partition archive is a non-profit non-governmental organization dedicated to institutionalizing the people's history of Partition through documenting, preserving and sharing eyewitness accounts from all ethnic, religious and economic communities affected by the Partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    01st August - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Ras se bana Banaras - The city experience festival काशी की महिमा Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Over 100 art pieces to display including – Photographs, Paintings, Sketches, Cartoons etc
    • Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Book Reviews related to Kabeer, Raja of Varanasi, Karma, Dharma, Kama and Moksha
    • Music – Neeraj Arya Songs, Ganga Aarti, Shankhnaad & Shehnai
    • Plays & Poetry related to Banaras
    • Social Causes to support – Ganga Cleaning by NGO, Promote local
    Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st September - 30th November, 2019
  • Workshop
    Art Workshop by Rohit Kumar Sharma - Classes every Saturday and Sunday at Open Palm Court conference room
    Timings: Saturdays, 2.30 pm - 5.00 pm and Sundays, 11.30 am - 2.00 pm
    Fees: Rs. 4,500/- for three months The workshop is only for adult participants

    Venue : Palm Court Conference Room

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Man Mai Hain Dilli - An exhibition of watercolours by Krishnendu Chatterjee

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    My Journey - A solo paintings exhibition by Sabia. Sneak Peek of my work from year 1998

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    15th September - 18th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Close Your Eyes And - A group paintings exhibition by artists Arunava Mondal, Avijit Mukherjee, Katayun Saklat and Asis Kumar Sanyal

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    15th September - 18th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    A solo painting exhibition - by Jaskirat Singh and Sunil Chopra

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    16th September - 18th September, 2019
  • Talk
    TALK - Canvas Askew. East versus West through the eyes of a social psychiatrist. Speaker: Swaran Preet Singh, psychiatrist. Chair: Sanjeev Jain, psychiatrist from the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro-Sciences, Bengaluru

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Talk
    TALK - VIMHANS Series on Positive Psychology. Exploring the healing properties of Mandala and its use in Art Therapy. Speakers: Venika Singhal and Kritija Saxena

    Venue : Casuarina

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    Partition Archives - The partition of India in 1947 resulted in the largest mass-migration of people in the world till date. In recent years, testimonies of these migrations from those who witnessed the event have begun to emerge, resulting in a better understanding of the partition. Among these, the narratives of women-young and old are imperative as they alert us on the impact the partition had on familial life, on homes and ways of living. This exhibit by The 1947 Partition Archive explores first-hand accounts with women who witnessed the partition. Those who refused to leave until months after the partition, And those who had to leave at just a moment's notice. Through their stories, through the very nature of the archival image, we learn about the circumstances of their migrations. We learn of family, education, the plight of refugees, and the most importantly, the notion of Hope. The 1947 Partition archive is a non-profit non-governmental organization dedicated to institutionalizing the people's history of Partition through documenting, preserving and sharing eyewitness accounts from all ethnic, religious and economic communities affected by the Partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    01st August - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Ras se bana Banaras - The city experience festival काशी की महिमा Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Over 100 art pieces to display including – Photographs, Paintings, Sketches, Cartoons etc
    • Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Book Reviews related to Kabeer, Raja of Varanasi, Karma, Dharma, Kama and Moksha
    • Music – Neeraj Arya Songs, Ganga Aarti, Shankhnaad & Shehnai
    • Plays & Poetry related to Banaras
    • Social Causes to support – Ganga Cleaning by NGO, Promote local
    Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st September - 30th November, 2019
  • Workshop
    Art Workshop by Rohit Kumar Sharma - Classes every Saturday and Sunday at Open Palm Court conference room
    Timings: Saturdays, 2.30 pm - 5.00 pm and Sundays, 11.30 am - 2.00 pm
    Fees: Rs. 4,500/- for three months The workshop is only for adult participants

    Venue : Palm Court Conference Room

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Man Mai Hain Dilli - An exhibition of watercolours by Krishnendu Chatterjee

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Beyond Canvas - A solo painting exhibition by Renu Vidyarathi

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    19th September - 21st September, 2019
  • Talk
    TALK - IHC-RIS-CEFIPRA Science, Technology & Innovation Policy (STIP) Forum. Science, Technology & Innovation for Society. Speaker: Dr. Shekhar C. Mande, Secretary, Department of Scientific & Industrial Research (DSIR) & Director General, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR). Chairperson: Dr. Chandrima Shaha, Professor of Eminence and former Director, National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi.

    Venue : Casuarina

    07:00 pm
  • Talk
    TALK - Challenging the Stigma that Surrounds Dementia/ Alzheimer's by Dr. Mala Kapur Shankardass, Sociologist, Gerontologist, Health Social Scientist and Assoc. Prof., Maitreyi College, University of Delhi. Collab. ARDSI – Delhi Chapter

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    Partition Archives - The partition of India in 1947 resulted in the largest mass-migration of people in the world till date. In recent years, testimonies of these migrations from those who witnessed the event have begun to emerge, resulting in a better understanding of the partition. Among these, the narratives of women-young and old are imperative as they alert us on the impact the partition had on familial life, on homes and ways of living. This exhibit by The 1947 Partition Archive explores first-hand accounts with women who witnessed the partition. Those who refused to leave until months after the partition, And those who had to leave at just a moment's notice. Through their stories, through the very nature of the archival image, we learn about the circumstances of their migrations. We learn of family, education, the plight of refugees, and the most importantly, the notion of Hope. The 1947 Partition archive is a non-profit non-governmental organization dedicated to institutionalizing the people's history of Partition through documenting, preserving and sharing eyewitness accounts from all ethnic, religious and economic communities affected by the Partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    01st August - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Ras se bana Banaras - The city experience festival काशी की महिमा Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Over 100 art pieces to display including – Photographs, Paintings, Sketches, Cartoons etc
    • Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Book Reviews related to Kabeer, Raja of Varanasi, Karma, Dharma, Kama and Moksha
    • Music – Neeraj Arya Songs, Ganga Aarti, Shankhnaad & Shehnai
    • Plays & Poetry related to Banaras
    • Social Causes to support – Ganga Cleaning by NGO, Promote local
    Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st September - 30th November, 2019
  • Workshop
    Art Workshop by Rohit Kumar Sharma - Classes every Saturday and Sunday at Open Palm Court conference room
    Timings: Saturdays, 2.30 pm - 5.00 pm and Sundays, 11.30 am - 2.00 pm
    Fees: Rs. 4,500/- for three months The workshop is only for adult participants

    Venue : Palm Court Conference Room

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Man Mai Hain Dilli - An exhibition of watercolours by Krishnendu Chatterjee

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Beyond Canvas - A solo painting exhibition by Renu Vidyarathi

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    19th September - 21st September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Apparently Real - A solo paintings exhibition by Sabya Sachi Ghosh. The exhibition “Apparently Real” aims to bridge the gulf that exists between the abstract and the real in art. In common parlance the idea of the abstract is a result of incomprehension and unfamiliarity

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    20th September - 22nd September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Syncronized - A group exhibition of Contemporary Ceramics & Art Photography by Dahuez (Abhishek Kumar Singh, Ajoy Krishna, Aneel Stanley, Aishwarya Gathwala & Kamal Bhatnagar) & Re4Clay ( Aninda Singh, Sushma Anand, Srirupa Sen, Rekha Bajpe Aggarwal )

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    20th September - 22nd September, 2019
  • Music
    MUSIC - Yaaden - an evening of old and classic Hindi film songs and ghazals by well-known Delhi-based singer, Uma Lalla. Narration by Pavan Naidu. Collab. Sindhi Academy Delhi

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
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    MUSIC & TALK - IHC Music Club: Listen, Share & Discuss. A lecture-demonstration by Dhrupad vocalist Sumeet Anand Pandey on the ‘Gauhar Vani’ Dhrupad tradition of Darbanga Gharana

    Venue : Amaltas

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    Partition Archives - The partition of India in 1947 resulted in the largest mass-migration of people in the world till date. In recent years, testimonies of these migrations from those who witnessed the event have begun to emerge, resulting in a better understanding of the partition. Among these, the narratives of women-young and old are imperative as they alert us on the impact the partition had on familial life, on homes and ways of living. This exhibit by The 1947 Partition Archive explores first-hand accounts with women who witnessed the partition. Those who refused to leave until months after the partition, And those who had to leave at just a moment's notice. Through their stories, through the very nature of the archival image, we learn about the circumstances of their migrations. We learn of family, education, the plight of refugees, and the most importantly, the notion of Hope. The 1947 Partition archive is a non-profit non-governmental organization dedicated to institutionalizing the people's history of Partition through documenting, preserving and sharing eyewitness accounts from all ethnic, religious and economic communities affected by the Partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    01st August - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Ras se bana Banaras - The city experience festival काशी की महिमा Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Over 100 art pieces to display including – Photographs, Paintings, Sketches, Cartoons etc
    • Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Book Reviews related to Kabeer, Raja of Varanasi, Karma, Dharma, Kama and Moksha
    • Music – Neeraj Arya Songs, Ganga Aarti, Shankhnaad & Shehnai
    • Plays & Poetry related to Banaras
    • Social Causes to support – Ganga Cleaning by NGO, Promote local
    Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st September - 30th November, 2019
  • Workshop
    Art Workshop by Rohit Kumar Sharma - Classes every Saturday and Sunday at Open Palm Court conference room
    Timings: Saturdays, 2.30 pm - 5.00 pm and Sundays, 11.30 am - 2.00 pm
    Fees: Rs. 4,500/- for three months The workshop is only for adult participants

    Venue : Palm Court Conference Room

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Man Mai Hain Dilli - An exhibition of watercolours by Krishnendu Chatterjee

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Beyond Canvas - A solo painting exhibition by Renu Vidyarathi

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    19th September - 21st September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Apparently Real - A solo paintings exhibition by Sabya Sachi Ghosh. The exhibition “Apparently Real” aims to bridge the gulf that exists between the abstract and the real in art. In common parlance the idea of the abstract is a result of incomprehension and unfamiliarity

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    20th September - 22nd September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Syncronized - A group exhibition of Contemporary Ceramics & Art Photography by Dahuez (Abhishek Kumar Singh, Ajoy Krishna, Aneel Stanley, Aishwarya Gathwala & Kamal Bhatnagar) & Re4Clay ( Aninda Singh, Sushma Anand, Srirupa Sen, Rekha Bajpe Aggarwal )

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    20th September - 22nd September, 2019
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    THE GREAT BOOKS GIVEAWAY - by the The Community Library Project. Come and choose from thousands of books at ‘The Great Books Giveaway’. Visit India's first pop up library, browse, read, listen to stories, create art and show your support for Delhi's growing library movement. Readalouds, Workshops, Performances and more. Please log on to www.habitatworld.com for the schedule. Collab. The Community Library Project, Delhi
    Timings: 10:00am - 08:00pm

    Venue : Amphitheatre

    10:00 am
  • Talk
    TALK - IHC Members’ Meet. Data and its Discontents: The Spread of Disinformation. Speaker: Paranjoy Guha Thakurta. A senior journalist, author and commentator on social & current affairs. He has also served as the Editor of the Economic and Political Weekly. Open to IHC Members’ only

    Venue : Library Lounge

    06:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    Partition Archives - The partition of India in 1947 resulted in the largest mass-migration of people in the world till date. In recent years, testimonies of these migrations from those who witnessed the event have begun to emerge, resulting in a better understanding of the partition. Among these, the narratives of women-young and old are imperative as they alert us on the impact the partition had on familial life, on homes and ways of living. This exhibit by The 1947 Partition Archive explores first-hand accounts with women who witnessed the partition. Those who refused to leave until months after the partition, And those who had to leave at just a moment's notice. Through their stories, through the very nature of the archival image, we learn about the circumstances of their migrations. We learn of family, education, the plight of refugees, and the most importantly, the notion of Hope. The 1947 Partition archive is a non-profit non-governmental organization dedicated to institutionalizing the people's history of Partition through documenting, preserving and sharing eyewitness accounts from all ethnic, religious and economic communities affected by the Partition of India and Pakistan in 1947.

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    01st August - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Ras se bana Banaras - The city experience festival काशी की महिमा Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Over 100 art pieces to display including – Photographs, Paintings, Sketches, Cartoons etc
    • Talk Shows: Food Stories of Banaras, The Mythologies & Myths, Present Socio-economic and geographical scenario
    • Book Reviews related to Kabeer, Raja of Varanasi, Karma, Dharma, Kama and Moksha
    • Music – Neeraj Arya Songs, Ganga Aarti, Shankhnaad & Shehnai
    • Plays & Poetry related to Banaras
    • Social Causes to support – Ganga Cleaning by NGO, Promote local
    Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st September - 30th November, 2019
  • Workshop
    Art Workshop by Rohit Kumar Sharma - Classes every Saturday and Sunday at Open Palm Court conference room
    Timings: Saturdays, 2.30 pm - 5.00 pm and Sundays, 11.30 am - 2.00 pm
    Fees: Rs. 4,500/- for three months The workshop is only for adult participants

    Venue : Palm Court Conference Room

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Man Mai Hain Dilli - An exhibition of watercolours by Krishnendu Chatterjee

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st September - 30th September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Apparently Real - A solo paintings exhibition by Sabya Sachi Ghosh. The exhibition “Apparently Real” aims to bridge the gulf that exists between the abstract and the real in art. In common parlance the idea of the abstract is a result of incomprehension and unfamiliarity

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    20th September - 22nd September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Syncronized - A group exhibition of Contemporary Ceramics & Art Photography by Dahuez (Abhishek Kumar Singh, Ajoy Krishna, Aneel Stanley, Aishwarya Gathwala & Kamal Bhatnagar) & Re4Clay ( Aninda Singh, Sushma Anand, Srirupa Sen, Rekha Bajpe Aggarwal )

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    20th September - 22nd September, 2019
  • Exhibition
    Magic of Realism - A solo painting exhibition by Shuvendu Sarkar

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    22nd September - 25th September, 2019
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    THE GREAT BOOKS GIVEAWAY - by the The Community Library Project. Come and choose from thousands of books at ‘The Great Books Giveaway’. Visit India's first pop up library, browse, read, listen to stories, create art and show your support for Delhi's growing library movement. Readalouds, Workshops, Performances and more. Please log on to www.habitatworld.com for the schedule. Collab. The Community Library Project, Delhi
    Timings: 10:00am - 08:00pm

    Venue : Amphitheatre

    10:00 am
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    FILM & THEATRE - NTLive Broadcast (Encore). Frankenstein (Film/2011/120 mins). Dir. Danny Boyle. Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein's bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Tickets at Rs. 250, 350 & 500 on bookmyshow.com & at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC. An Old World Culture Presentation

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    03:00 pm
  • Music
    MUSIC - WITHIN - songs of the sacred by Sonam Kalra (90 mins). Tickets at Rs. 250, 350 & 500 on bookmyshow.com & at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC. An Old World Culture Presentation

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:30 pm