Jan 2020 Event Calendar


Calender of Events ( 24-30 January, 2020 )

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  • Film
    Due to unavoidable circumstances, the following screening stands cancelled. We sincerely regret any inconvenience this may have caused you.
    FILM CLUB SCREENING
    - Mouthpiece (English/2018/91 mins) Dir. Patricia Rozema. The film is a brilliant adaptation of the award-winning stage play by the same name. Cassandra, who is portrayed by the two women, expresses the opposing voices that exist inside the modern woman's head, during a 48-hour period as she tries to organize the affairs for her mother's funeral. The film digs deeply and personally into the roles women play and how societal expectations can muddy up their individual desires. This profound loss forces Cassandra to understand and respect the choices her mother made – giving up her job and dreams to raise two kids on her own. Collab. High Commission of Canada.

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Music
    MUSIC - Dil-e-Nadaan: A musical evening dedicated to Mirza Ghalib. Presenting new aspects of Ghalib's poetry, exploring the space between poetry and performance. Verses explained and expounded by leading Ghalib expert, Prof. Mehr Afshan Faruqi, Associate Professor of Urdu at University of Virginia & performed by Classical and Ghazal singer, Pooja Goswami Pavan. Collab. Dastangoi Collective

    Venue : Amaltas

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Vastram - A solo exhibition of paintings by DipaliDeshpande

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    24th January - 27th January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - A solo photography exhibition by Sandeep Gupta

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Ras Se Bana Banaras - Kashi Ki Mahima , is a holistic experience of city Banaras and it's heritage and culture in New Delhi through various art forms , food, music and literature . The aim is to showcase the richness of this Indian city and to promote more inland tourism and also to make citizens of Delhi aware about our own cities . Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Mandi House And Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The 1947 Partition Archive - 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 January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The Mysterious strength of Anthropomorphism - An art installation by KisalayVora

    Venue : Outdoor Exhibitions

    15th January - 10th February, 2020
  • Music
    MUSIC - Ghazal, Geet and Nazmof Legends, performed by Koyel Tripathi & Alhad Kashikar.

    Venue : Amaltas

    07:00 pm
  • Film
    Due to unavoidable circumstances, the following screening stands cancelled. We sincerely regret any inconvenience this may have caused you.
    FILM CLUB SCREENING
    - Genesis (French with English Subtitles/2018/127 mins) Dir. Philippe Lesage. A story of teenage half-siblings: Charlotte is reeling from her boyfriend’s proposal that they change to an open relationship, while Guillaume, a student at an all-boys boarding school is developing a romantic attraction towards his classmate. Their inexperience makes them unprepared for the consequences. The film showcases the inner turmoil of teens when they are learning to love while simultaneously learning to know themselves. Collab. High Commission of Canada.

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Theater
    THEATRE - Towards Zero (English/100 mins) Wri. Agatha Christie. Adapted & Dir. Renu S. Chopra. Deception. Murder. Mystery. An Indian adaptation of Agatha Christie’s detective novel, Towards Zero, finds friends and family members gathered together in a lonely cliff-perched seaside house turning into unsuspecting victims for a murderous psychopath. It is a culmination of many different circumstances all converging - Towards Zero. Tickets at Rs.500, Rs.350 & Rs.200 available on bookmyshow.com& at the Programmes desk, Habitat World, IHC. An Old World Culture presentation.

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
  • Workshop
    Art Workshop by Rohit Kumar Sharma - Classes every Saturday and Sunday at Open Palm Court conference room
    Fees: Rs. 4,500/- for three months. The workshop is only for adult participants.
    Timings: Saturdays, 02:30 pm - 05:00 pm and Sundays, 11:30 am - 02:00 pm

    Venue : Palm Court Conference Room

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Vastram - A solo exhibition of paintings by DipaliDeshpande

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    24th January - 27th January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - A solo photography exhibition by Sandeep Gupta

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Elysian Lanes - A solo figurative Acrylic paintings exhibition by VarnikaRaizada

    Venue : Experimental Art Gallery

    25th January - 26th January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Ras Se Bana Banaras - Kashi Ki Mahima , is a holistic experience of city Banaras and it's heritage and culture in New Delhi through various art forms , food, music and literature . The aim is to showcase the richness of this Indian city and to promote more inland tourism and also to make citizens of Delhi aware about our own cities . Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Mandi House And Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The 1947 Partition Archive - 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 January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The Mysterious strength of Anthropomorphism - An art installation by KisalayVora

    Venue : Outdoor Exhibitions

    15th January - 10th February, 2020
  • IHC Logo
    REPUBLIC DAY

    26th January, 2020
  • Workshop
    Art Workshop by Rohit Kumar Sharma - Classes every Saturday and Sunday at Open Palm Court conference room
    Fees: Rs. 4,500/- for three months. The workshop is only for adult participants.
    Timings: Saturdays, 02:30 pm - 05:00 pm and Sundays, 11:30 am - 02:00 pm

    Venue : Palm Court Conference Room

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Vastram - A solo exhibition of paintings by DipaliDeshpande

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    24th January - 27th January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - A solo photography exhibition by Sandeep Gupta

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Elysian Lanes - A solo figurative Acrylic paintings exhibition by VarnikaRaizada

    Venue : Experimental Art Gallery

    25th January - 26th January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Ras Se Bana Banaras - Kashi Ki Mahima , is a holistic experience of city Banaras and it's heritage and culture in New Delhi through various art forms , food, music and literature . The aim is to showcase the richness of this Indian city and to promote more inland tourism and also to make citizens of Delhi aware about our own cities . Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Mandi House And Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The 1947 Partition Archive - 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 January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The Mysterious strength of Anthropomorphism - An art installation by KisalayVora

    Venue : Outdoor Exhibitions

    15th January - 10th February, 2020
  • Dance
    DANCE - Eternal Quest - an exploration of works of select Indian saint poets. Performed by Shovana Narayan (Kathak), Ranjana Gauhar (Odissi), Rashmi Vaidialingam (Kuchipudi) & Alka Raghuvanshi (Sutradhar).

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
  • Film
    DOC FILM - Isha (Short Film/Hindi with English subtitles/2019/38 mins) Dir. Keshav Raina. The film tells the story of Isha, an autistic girl child who comes under fire due to family pressure and social stigmas. Followed by an interaction with the cast & crew.

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Vastram - A solo exhibition of paintings by DipaliDeshpande

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    24th January - 27th January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - A solo photography exhibition by Sandeep Gupta

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Ras Se Bana Banaras - Kashi Ki Mahima , is a holistic experience of city Banaras and it's heritage and culture in New Delhi through various art forms , food, music and literature . The aim is to showcase the richness of this Indian city and to promote more inland tourism and also to make citizens of Delhi aware about our own cities . Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Mandi House And Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The 1947 Partition Archive - 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 January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The Mysterious strength of Anthropomorphism - An art installation by KisalayVora

    Venue : Outdoor Exhibitions

    15th January - 10th February, 2020
  • Film
    FILM CLUB SCREENING - Aval Oru Thodar Kathai(Tamil/1975/162 mins) Dir. K. Balachander. The story revolves around a working middle-class woman, who sacrifices her life and desires to support her large family.A restored version of the classic. Collab. National Film Archives of India (NFAI).

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - A solo exhibition of black & white photography by Jagdish Ray Sarkar

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    28th January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - A solo photography exhibition by Sandeep Gupta

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Shad - A group paintings exhibition by Saurabh Kumar, AnjuAgrawal & PurnimaArora

    Venue : Experimental Art Gallery

    28th January - 30th January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Ras Se Bana Banaras - Kashi Ki Mahima , is a holistic experience of city Banaras and it's heritage and culture in New Delhi through various art forms , food, music and literature . The aim is to showcase the richness of this Indian city and to promote more inland tourism and also to make citizens of Delhi aware about our own cities . Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Mandi House And Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The 1947 Partition Archive - 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 January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The Mysterious strength of Anthropomorphism - An art installation by KisalayVora

    Venue : Outdoor Exhibitions

    15th January - 10th February, 2020
  • Film
    MUSIC & TALK - WESTERN CLASSICAL MUSIC WALKS Nothing But Wind! Enjoy an evening of music on wind instruments by composers across time. A video-lecture by Nicholas Hoffland.

    Venue : Amaltas

    07:00 pm
  • Talk
    TALK - Charter of Patients’ Rights – In Theory or Practice? Panelists: Dr. Abhay Shukla, National Co-Convener, Jan Swasthya Abhiyan; VR Raman, Head of Policy, Water AID India; Prof. Naresh Gupta, Medical Consultant, Maulana Azad Medical College & Lok Nayak Hospital ; Dr. Jayashree Gupta, President, Consumers India. Chair: Justice Prafulla Chandra Pant, Member, National Human Rights Commission &former Judge, Supreme Court of India. Collab. Consumers India & SUM Venue:

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - A solo exhibition of black & white photography by Jagdish Ray Sarkar

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    28th January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - A solo photography exhibition by Sandeep Gupta

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Shad - A group paintings exhibition by Saurabh Kumar, AnjuAgrawal & PurnimaArora

    Venue : Experimental Art Gallery

    28th January - 30th January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Ras Se Bana Banaras - Kashi Ki Mahima , is a holistic experience of city Banaras and it's heritage and culture in New Delhi through various art forms , food, music and literature . The aim is to showcase the richness of this Indian city and to promote more inland tourism and also to make citizens of Delhi aware about our own cities . Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Mandi House And Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The 1947 Partition Archive - 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 January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The Mysterious strength of Anthropomorphism - An art installation by KisalayVora

    Venue : Outdoor Exhibitions

    15th January - 10th February, 2020
  • Exhibition
    TERI's annual flagship - An ‘innovative- interactive space’ envisioned to bring together individuals and institutions from myriad walks of life to discuss topical issues concerning the environment. The focus will be on discussing solutions, creating awareness and promoting frank conversations around the SDGs and the role each individual can play in achieving them in their day-to-day activities. Co-located with, the World Sustainable Development Summit (WSDS) 2020 by TERI.

    Venue : Outdoor Exhibitions

    29th January - 31st January, 2020
  • Music
    IHC Music Club - Listen, Share & Discuss. Parampara - Journey & Intricacies of Hindustani Classical Music - the importance of the Guru – Shishya Parampara, nuances & values of teachings by Gurujans, the journey of a student, and tradition vs modernization, by vocalist and scholar, Kshitij Mathur.

    Venue : Amaltas

    07:00 pm
  • Talk
    TALK - IHC-SPS Changing Asia Series. Cold War In The Islamic World: Iran-Saudi Rivalry. Speaker: Dilip Hiro, author, journalist, commentator, and expert on the politics of South Asia and the Middle East. Chair- Cmde. C. Uday Bhaskar, Director, Society For Policy Studies. Entry is free

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Confluence: Celebrating India Bangladesh Printmaking - A group show by various artists from India & Bangladesh

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    23rd January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - A solo exhibition of black & white photography by Jagdish Ray Sarkar

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    28th January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - A solo photography exhibition by Sandeep Gupta

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Shad - A group paintings exhibition by Saurabh Kumar, AnjuAgrawal & PurnimaArora

    Venue : Experimental Art Gallery

    28th January - 30th January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    Ras Se Bana Banaras - Kashi Ki Mahima , is a holistic experience of city Banaras and it's heritage and culture in New Delhi through various art forms , food, music and literature . The aim is to showcase the richness of this Indian city and to promote more inland tourism and also to make citizens of Delhi aware about our own cities . Mohit Gupta mg@mohitgupta.net, 9582218813

    Venue : Mandi House And Jor Bagh Metro Station

    01st January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The 1947 Partition Archive - 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 January - 31st January, 2020
  • Exhibition
    The Mysterious strength of Anthropomorphism - An art installation by KisalayVora

    Venue : Outdoor Exhibitions

    15th January - 10th February, 2020
  • Exhibition
    TERI's annual flagship - An ‘innovative- interactive space’ envisioned to bring together individuals and institutions from myriad walks of life to discuss topical issues concerning the environment. The focus will be on discussing solutions, creating awareness and promoting frank conversations around the SDGs and the role each individual can play in achieving them in their day-to-day activities. Co-located with, the World Sustainable Development Summit (WSDS) 2020 by TERI.

    Venue : Outdoor Exhibitions

    29th January - 31st January, 2020