Calender of Events ( 19-25 April, 2018 )

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  • Exhibition
    The City of Waste - A Bonjour India initiative. A photography group exhibition by Claudia Cirelli, Bénédicte Florin, Mélanie Rateau, Adeline Pierrat, Pascal Garret, Rémi de Bercegol

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    26th February - 26th May, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Photography Exhibition - Pani, Pahar Waters of the Himalayas : This photography exhibition is based on research in India and Nepal on land-use and development in the lower Himalayas. It shows how environmental and social changes are impacting the ways in which small towns throughout the region source and distribute water.

    The research has tried to understand the connections between changes in land-use and management that impact on the water-bearing capacity of landscape in these mountainous regions, and the availability of water.

    The interdependence of people and ecological processes across these incredible landscapes creates a complex and fascinating story in which sustainable development must be realised.

    Four different themes emerged from the study; change and transformation around water sources; the growing visibility and rapid pace of urbanisation; the ebbs, flows and characteristics of seasonality that affect both social and ecological systems; and, the ways in which physical, social and political infrastructures are being built, transformed and consolidated at this time of rapid change.

    The project was produced by the University of Cambridge in collaboration with The Centre for Ecology Development and Research in India (CEDAR) and Southasia Institute for Advanced Studies in Nepal (SIAS). It combines academic research led by Professor Bhaskar Vira and Dr Eszter Kovacs with contemporary imagery by photojournalist Toby Smith. For Further Information www.panipahar.com Photographer Toby Smith toby@shootunit.com www.tobysmith.com Professor Bhaskar Vira bv101@cam.ac.uk

     

     

    Venue:

    India Habitat Centre, Outdoor Space, 6th April - 6th May

    Jor Bagh Metro Station, 16th March - 29th June

    16th March - 29th June, 2018

  • Exhibition
    Delhi: A Rhapsody - Solo photography exhibition by Pallavi. An attempt by a flaneuse to capture the everyday of Delhi and bring out the aesthetic side of it. Stories from lanes lesser known, here is to a timeless rhapsodic composition called “Delhi “.

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • 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 April - 30th April, 2018
  • Workshop
    Stop Motion Animation Workshop by Nitin Dhonde - Films on Freedom, Create Original Stop Motion Animation Films. Course includes – writing an original story, creating original characters, Frame by Frame animation, editing and more. Every Friday and Saturday of the month.
    Friday Batch 1- 4:00 - 6:00 pm
    Saturday Batch 2 - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
    Workshop Fee- Rs. 3500/- per month
    Contact- visualartsgalleryevents@gmail.com, nwdonde@gmail.com
    Ph. – 011 43662024, +91 9350874962

    Venue : Experimental Arts Gallery

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Moodscapes 2018 - Solo exhibition featuring storytelling photographs of people, places and nature by Achin Biswas

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    17th April - 21st April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Landscapes in Black & White, Art Works & Photographs - Art Konsult presents a Dual painting & Photography exhibition by Aruna Vasudev & Achal Kumar

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    19th April - 23rd April, 2018
  • Workshop
    WORKSHOP - Exploring Miniatures: Five Studies by art historian, Dr. Geeti Sen. Study 2 - Realism and Allegory: Mughal Portraits 1600-60. Write to habitatprogrammes@gmail.com for details and registration

    Venue : Casuarina

    07:00 pm
  • Film
    FILM CLUB SCREENING - Gejje Pooje (Kannada/1969/150mins) Dir. Puttana Kanagal. Poverty pushes Chandra's mother into flesh trade. But she hopes that her daughter would get a better life. Chandra's breakup with her lover leaves her despondent and she takes a drastic decision. This film tackling prostitution is based on a Kannada novel by M. K. Indira. Collab. National Film Archive of India (NFAI)

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Talk
    TALK - New India: Blueprint for a Progressive Indian by Dr. Shashi Tharoor. Collab. Rohini Ghadiok Foundation

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    The City of Waste - A Bonjour India initiative. A photography group exhibition by Claudia Cirelli, Bénédicte Florin, Mélanie Rateau, Adeline Pierrat, Pascal Garret, Rémi de Bercegol

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    26th February - 26th May, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Photography Exhibition - Pani, Pahar Waters of the Himalayas : This photography exhibition is based on research in India and Nepal on land-use and development in the lower Himalayas. It shows how environmental and social changes are impacting the ways in which small towns throughout the region source and distribute water.

    The research has tried to understand the connections between changes in land-use and management that impact on the water-bearing capacity of landscape in these mountainous regions, and the availability of water.

    The interdependence of people and ecological processes across these incredible landscapes creates a complex and fascinating story in which sustainable development must be realised.

    Four different themes emerged from the study; change and transformation around water sources; the growing visibility and rapid pace of urbanisation; the ebbs, flows and characteristics of seasonality that affect both social and ecological systems; and, the ways in which physical, social and political infrastructures are being built, transformed and consolidated at this time of rapid change.

    The project was produced by the University of Cambridge in collaboration with The Centre for Ecology Development and Research in India (CEDAR) and Southasia Institute for Advanced Studies in Nepal (SIAS). It combines academic research led by Professor Bhaskar Vira and Dr Eszter Kovacs with contemporary imagery by photojournalist Toby Smith. For Further Information www.panipahar.com Photographer Toby Smith toby@shootunit.com www.tobysmith.com Professor Bhaskar Vira bv101@cam.ac.uk

     

     

    Venue:

    India Habitat Centre, Outdoor Space, 6th April - 6th May

    Jor Bagh Metro Station, 16th March - 29th June

    16th March - 29th June, 2018

  • Exhibition
    Delhi: A Rhapsody - Solo photography exhibition by Pallavi. An attempt by a flaneuse to capture the everyday of Delhi and bring out the aesthetic side of it. Stories from lanes lesser known, here is to a timeless rhapsodic composition called “Delhi “.

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • 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 April - 30th April, 2018
  • Workshop
    Stop Motion Animation Workshop by Nitin Dhonde - Films on Freedom, Create Original Stop Motion Animation Films. Course includes – writing an original story, creating original characters, Frame by Frame animation, editing and more. Every Friday and Saturday of the month.
    Friday Batch 1- 4:00 - 6:00 pm
    Saturday Batch 2 - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
    Workshop Fee- Rs. 3500/- per month
    Contact- visualartsgalleryevents@gmail.com, nwdonde@gmail.com
    Ph. – 011 43662024, +91 9350874962

    Venue : Experimental Arts Gallery

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Moodscapes 2018 - Solo exhibition featuring storytelling photographs of people, places and nature by Achin Biswas

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    17th April - 21st April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Landscapes in Black & White, Art Works & Photographs - Art Konsult presents a Dual painting & Photography exhibition by Aruna Vasudev & Achal Kumar

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    19th April - 23rd April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Bong Connecxn 3 - A group painting exhibition of Bengali artists

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    20th April - 23rd April, 2018
  • Dance
    DANCE - Prem Ananya presented by Delhi Ballet Group. Based on Tagore’s Teen kanya, it is directed and choreographed by Guru Valmiki Banerjee. Assisted by Anupama Channan and Biswambar Bose. In “Chandalika” love is innocence, in “Chitrangada” mutual respect and for “Shayama” it’s a question of to what extent a person can go for the sake of his/her love, and if all is fair in love

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
  • Music
    MUSIC - Silsila 2018 - Hindustani Classical Music Festival in memory of Ustad Ghulam Sadiq Khan. Thumri and Dadra by Trina Chatterjee. Hindustani Classical Vocal by Ust. Ghulam Abbas Khan. Violin Solo by Ust. Asghar Husain Khan. Collab. Ustad Mushtaq Husain Khan Memorial Trust

    Venue : Amaltas

    07:00 pm
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    BOOK LAUNCH - Navayana presents Republic of Caste: Thinking Equality in the Time of Neoliberal Hindutva by Anand Teltumbde. Anand Teltumbde will be in conversation with Uma Chakravarti and Jignesh Mewani. Collab. Navayana

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    The City of Waste - A Bonjour India initiative. A photography group exhibition by Claudia Cirelli, Bénédicte Florin, Mélanie Rateau, Adeline Pierrat, Pascal Garret, Rémi de Bercegol

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    26th February - 26th May, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Photography Exhibition - Pani, Pahar Waters of the Himalayas : This photography exhibition is based on research in India and Nepal on land-use and development in the lower Himalayas. It shows how environmental and social changes are impacting the ways in which small towns throughout the region source and distribute water.

    The research has tried to understand the connections between changes in land-use and management that impact on the water-bearing capacity of landscape in these mountainous regions, and the availability of water.

    The interdependence of people and ecological processes across these incredible landscapes creates a complex and fascinating story in which sustainable development must be realised.

    Four different themes emerged from the study; change and transformation around water sources; the growing visibility and rapid pace of urbanisation; the ebbs, flows and characteristics of seasonality that affect both social and ecological systems; and, the ways in which physical, social and political infrastructures are being built, transformed and consolidated at this time of rapid change.

    The project was produced by the University of Cambridge in collaboration with The Centre for Ecology Development and Research in India (CEDAR) and Southasia Institute for Advanced Studies in Nepal (SIAS). It combines academic research led by Professor Bhaskar Vira and Dr Eszter Kovacs with contemporary imagery by photojournalist Toby Smith. For Further Information www.panipahar.com Photographer Toby Smith toby@shootunit.com www.tobysmith.com Professor Bhaskar Vira bv101@cam.ac.uk

     

     

    Venue:

    India Habitat Centre, Outdoor Space, 6th April - 6th May

    Jor Bagh Metro Station, 16th March - 29th June

    16th March - 29th June, 2018

  • Exhibition
    Delhi: A Rhapsody - Solo photography exhibition by Pallavi. An attempt by a flaneuse to capture the everyday of Delhi and bring out the aesthetic side of it. Stories from lanes lesser known, here is to a timeless rhapsodic composition called “Delhi “.

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • 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 April - 30th April, 2018
  • Workshop
    Stop Motion Animation Workshop by Nitin Dhonde - Films on Freedom, Create Original Stop Motion Animation Films. Course includes – writing an original story, creating original characters, Frame by Frame animation, editing and more. Every Friday and Saturday of the month.
    Friday Batch 1- 4:00 - 6:00 pm
    Saturday Batch 2 - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
    Workshop Fee- Rs. 3500/- per month
    Contact- visualartsgalleryevents@gmail.com, nwdonde@gmail.com
    Ph. – 011 43662024, +91 9350874962

    Venue : Experimental Arts Gallery

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Moodscapes 2018 - Solo exhibition featuring storytelling photographs of people, places and nature by Achin Biswas

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    17th April - 21st April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Landscapes in Black & White, Art Works & Photographs - Art Konsult presents a Dual painting & Photography exhibition by Aruna Vasudev & Achal Kumar

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    19th April - 23rd April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Bong Connecxn 3 - A group painting exhibition of Bengali artists

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    20th April - 23rd April, 2018
  • Workshop
    IHC Children's Orchestra & Workshop - Write to habitatprogrammes@gmail.com for details and registration

    Venue : Experimental Arts Gallery

    21st April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Miyan Biwi Aur Manto - Wri. Saadat Hasan Manto. Hindi Adaptation by Azara Rizvi
    Time: 7:30 pm

    Venue : Amphitheatre

    21st April - 22nd April, 2018
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    IHC Members’ Meet - Game Theory: Future of Sports in India. Speaker: Anupam Ghulati, sports administrator and media professional. Anupam Ghulati has covered Olympic, Asian & Commonwealth Games, Cricket & Hockey World Cups and Test Matches, and has been on the committee to select Arjuna Awardees. Open to IHC Members only

    Venue : Library Lounge

    06:00 pm
  • Music
    MUSIC - In honour of Manna Dey’s 99th birthday, Anil Sambhor, renders Dey’s romantic duets, semi classical compositions, devotional songs etc. Collab. Ramshakun Charitable Trust

    Venue : Amaltas

    07:00 pm
  • Talk
    TALK - New Public Lecture Series on the Mysteries of the Human Brain & Mind. Speaker: Dr. Shamsher Dwivedee, Chairman, Neuroscience, PSRI Hospital. Collab. PSRI Hospital

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Film
    DOC FILM - FDZone Delhi Screenings. India ‘67 / An Indian Day (1967/57mins) Dir. S. Sukhdev. Prod. Films Division. 20 years after Indian independence, the filmmaker travels across the country making images that are at once celebratory, humorous, ironic and sarcastic

    Venue : Casuarina

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    The City of Waste - A Bonjour India initiative. A photography group exhibition by Claudia Cirelli, Bénédicte Florin, Mélanie Rateau, Adeline Pierrat, Pascal Garret, Rémi de Bercegol

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    26th February - 26th May, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Photography Exhibition - Pani, Pahar Waters of the Himalayas : This photography exhibition is based on research in India and Nepal on land-use and development in the lower Himalayas. It shows how environmental and social changes are impacting the ways in which small towns throughout the region source and distribute water.

    The research has tried to understand the connections between changes in land-use and management that impact on the water-bearing capacity of landscape in these mountainous regions, and the availability of water.

    The interdependence of people and ecological processes across these incredible landscapes creates a complex and fascinating story in which sustainable development must be realised.

    Four different themes emerged from the study; change and transformation around water sources; the growing visibility and rapid pace of urbanisation; the ebbs, flows and characteristics of seasonality that affect both social and ecological systems; and, the ways in which physical, social and political infrastructures are being built, transformed and consolidated at this time of rapid change.

    The project was produced by the University of Cambridge in collaboration with The Centre for Ecology Development and Research in India (CEDAR) and Southasia Institute for Advanced Studies in Nepal (SIAS). It combines academic research led by Professor Bhaskar Vira and Dr Eszter Kovacs with contemporary imagery by photojournalist Toby Smith. For Further Information www.panipahar.com Photographer Toby Smith toby@shootunit.com www.tobysmith.com Professor Bhaskar Vira bv101@cam.ac.uk

     

     

    Venue:

    India Habitat Centre, Outdoor Space, 6th April - 6th May

    Jor Bagh Metro Station, 16th March - 29th June

    16th March - 29th June, 2018

  • Exhibition
    Delhi: A Rhapsody - Solo photography exhibition by Pallavi. An attempt by a flaneuse to capture the everyday of Delhi and bring out the aesthetic side of it. Stories from lanes lesser known, here is to a timeless rhapsodic composition called “Delhi “.

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • 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 April - 30th April, 2018
  • Workshop
    Stop Motion Animation Workshop by Nitin Dhonde - Films on Freedom, Create Original Stop Motion Animation Films. Course includes – writing an original story, creating original characters, Frame by Frame animation, editing and more. Every Friday and Saturday of the month.
    Friday Batch 1- 4:00 - 6:00 pm
    Saturday Batch 2 - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
    Workshop Fee- Rs. 3500/- per month
    Contact- visualartsgalleryevents@gmail.com, nwdonde@gmail.com
    Ph. – 011 43662024, +91 9350874962

    Venue : Experimental Arts Gallery

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Landscapes in Black & White, Art Works & Photographs - Art Konsult presents a Dual painting & Photography exhibition by Aruna Vasudev & Achal Kumar

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    19th April - 23rd April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Bong Connecxn 3 - A group painting exhibition of Bengali artists

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    20th April - 23rd April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Miyan Biwi Aur Manto - Wri. Saadat Hasan Manto. Hindi Adaptation by Azara Rizvi
    Time: 7:30 pm

    Venue : Amphitheatre

    21st April - 22nd April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Petrichor - The Smell of Nature Solo Painting Exhibition by Ganesh Doddamani

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    22nd April - 26th April, 2018
  • IHC Logo
    STAND UP COMEDY - Coast to Coast (Hinglish/100mins) Manish Tyagi, Maheep Singh and Gaurav Gupta share hilarious anecdotes from their overseas trips which took them from one exciting coast to the other. Tickets at Rs.500, 350, 200 available at the Programmes Desk, Habitat World, IHC. An Old World Culture Presentation



    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    04:00 pm
  • Music
    MUSIC - Chirodiner Gaan - Songs in Bangla by Saugata Kundu. Narration by Sampa Das. Collab. Impresario India

    Venue : Amaltas

    07:00 pm
  • Music
    MUSIC & THEATRE - SHAHJAHANABAD - Purani Dilli Ki Dastaan (Urdu/Hindustani/90mins) A musical narrative presented by Zakia Zaheer, Syeda Hameed, Rene Singh and Lokesh Jain. Tickets at Rs.200, 350, 500 available online and at the Programmes Desk, Habitat World, IHC. An Old World Culture Presentation

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:30 pm
  • Exhibition
    The City of Waste - A Bonjour India initiative. A photography group exhibition by Claudia Cirelli, Bénédicte Florin, Mélanie Rateau, Adeline Pierrat, Pascal Garret, Rémi de Bercegol

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    26th February - 26th May, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Photography Exhibition - Pani, Pahar Waters of the Himalayas : This photography exhibition is based on research in India and Nepal on land-use and development in the lower Himalayas. It shows how environmental and social changes are impacting the ways in which small towns throughout the region source and distribute water.

    The research has tried to understand the connections between changes in land-use and management that impact on the water-bearing capacity of landscape in these mountainous regions, and the availability of water.

    The interdependence of people and ecological processes across these incredible landscapes creates a complex and fascinating story in which sustainable development must be realised.

    Four different themes emerged from the study; change and transformation around water sources; the growing visibility and rapid pace of urbanisation; the ebbs, flows and characteristics of seasonality that affect both social and ecological systems; and, the ways in which physical, social and political infrastructures are being built, transformed and consolidated at this time of rapid change.

    The project was produced by the University of Cambridge in collaboration with The Centre for Ecology Development and Research in India (CEDAR) and Southasia Institute for Advanced Studies in Nepal (SIAS). It combines academic research led by Professor Bhaskar Vira and Dr Eszter Kovacs with contemporary imagery by photojournalist Toby Smith. For Further Information www.panipahar.com Photographer Toby Smith toby@shootunit.com www.tobysmith.com Professor Bhaskar Vira bv101@cam.ac.uk

     

     

    Venue:

    India Habitat Centre, Outdoor Space, 6th April - 6th May

    Jor Bagh Metro Station, 16th March - 29th June

    16th March - 29th June, 2018

  • Exhibition
    Delhi: A Rhapsody - Solo photography exhibition by Pallavi. An attempt by a flaneuse to capture the everyday of Delhi and bring out the aesthetic side of it. Stories from lanes lesser known, here is to a timeless rhapsodic composition called “Delhi “.

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • 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 April - 30th April, 2018
  • Workshop
    Stop Motion Animation Workshop by Nitin Dhonde - Films on Freedom, Create Original Stop Motion Animation Films. Course includes – writing an original story, creating original characters, Frame by Frame animation, editing and more. Every Friday and Saturday of the month.
    Friday Batch 1- 4:00 - 6:00 pm
    Saturday Batch 2 - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
    Workshop Fee- Rs. 3500/- per month
    Contact- visualartsgalleryevents@gmail.com, nwdonde@gmail.com
    Ph. – 011 43662024, +91 9350874962

    Venue : Experimental Arts Gallery

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Landscapes in Black & White, Art Works & Photographs - Art Konsult presents a Dual painting & Photography exhibition by Aruna Vasudev & Achal Kumar

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    19th April - 23rd April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Bong Connecxn 3 - A group painting exhibition of Bengali artists

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    20th April - 23rd April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Petrichor - The Smell of Nature Solo Painting Exhibition by Ganesh Doddamani

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    22nd April - 26th April, 2018
  • Film
    FILM CLUB SCREENING - Latvian Film Days in India The Pagan King / Nameja gredzens (Latvian/2018/150mins) Dir. Aigars Grauba. 13th century Northern Europe. Last pagan settlement near the Baltic Sea. The evil and cynical warrior crusader Max von Buxhoveden is trying to destroy the pagan beliefs of the people by spreading lies and fostering dissent. Old king of the last free pagan lands is on his deathbed and without an heir to take his place. Unexpectedly, with his dying breath the King passes on his ring to his nephew Namejs. Namejs, who grew up amongst pagan priests and studied ancient wisdoms, now has to defend his people. Collab. Embassy of the Republic of Latvia

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
  • Talk
    TALK - Mani Kaul Memorial Lecture: Towards Janpadiya Cinema by Amit Dutta. Chair: Udayan Vajpeyi. Collab. Raza Foundation

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
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    MUSIC & TALK - IHC Music Club: Listen, Share, Discuss. Lecture and demonstration by Sitarist Fateh Ali Khan from the Moradabad Gharana

    Venue : Amaltas

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    The City of Waste - A Bonjour India initiative. A photography group exhibition by Claudia Cirelli, Bénédicte Florin, Mélanie Rateau, Adeline Pierrat, Pascal Garret, Rémi de Bercegol

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    26th February - 26th May, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Photography Exhibition - Pani, Pahar Waters of the Himalayas : This photography exhibition is based on research in India and Nepal on land-use and development in the lower Himalayas. It shows how environmental and social changes are impacting the ways in which small towns throughout the region source and distribute water.

    The research has tried to understand the connections between changes in land-use and management that impact on the water-bearing capacity of landscape in these mountainous regions, and the availability of water.

    The interdependence of people and ecological processes across these incredible landscapes creates a complex and fascinating story in which sustainable development must be realised.

    Four different themes emerged from the study; change and transformation around water sources; the growing visibility and rapid pace of urbanisation; the ebbs, flows and characteristics of seasonality that affect both social and ecological systems; and, the ways in which physical, social and political infrastructures are being built, transformed and consolidated at this time of rapid change.

    The project was produced by the University of Cambridge in collaboration with The Centre for Ecology Development and Research in India (CEDAR) and Southasia Institute for Advanced Studies in Nepal (SIAS). It combines academic research led by Professor Bhaskar Vira and Dr Eszter Kovacs with contemporary imagery by photojournalist Toby Smith. For Further Information www.panipahar.com Photographer Toby Smith toby@shootunit.com www.tobysmith.com Professor Bhaskar Vira bv101@cam.ac.uk

     

     

    Venue:

    India Habitat Centre, Outdoor Space, 6th April - 6th May

    Jor Bagh Metro Station, 16th March - 29th June

    16th March - 29th June, 2018

  • Exhibition
    Delhi: A Rhapsody - Solo photography exhibition by Pallavi. An attempt by a flaneuse to capture the everyday of Delhi and bring out the aesthetic side of it. Stories from lanes lesser known, here is to a timeless rhapsodic composition called “Delhi “.

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • 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 April - 30th April, 2018
  • Workshop
    Stop Motion Animation Workshop by Nitin Dhonde - Films on Freedom, Create Original Stop Motion Animation Films. Course includes – writing an original story, creating original characters, Frame by Frame animation, editing and more. Every Friday and Saturday of the month.
    Friday Batch 1- 4:00 - 6:00 pm
    Saturday Batch 2 - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
    Workshop Fee- Rs. 3500/- per month
    Contact- visualartsgalleryevents@gmail.com, nwdonde@gmail.com
    Ph. – 011 43662024, +91 9350874962

    Venue : Experimental Arts Gallery

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Petrichor - The Smell of Nature Solo Painting Exhibition by Ganesh Doddamani

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    22nd April - 26th April, 2018
  • Film
    WORKSHOP - Exploring Miniatures: Five Studies by art historian, Dr. Geeti Sen. Study 3 - The Poetics of Rasa: Rajput Painting 1550-1750. Write to habitatprogrammes@gmail.com for details and registration

    Venue : Casuarina

    07:00 pm
  • Film
    FILM CLUB SCREENING - Latvian Film Days in India. What Nobody Can See (Latvian/2017/90mins) Dir. Sta?islavs Tokalovs. Elsa falls in love with a quadriplegic genius, her patient Nicola, whose mansion hides a secret – Nicola is obsessed with the creation of an artificial intellect. His creation, named Anna, stops at nothing to keep her master just for herself. Collab. Embassy of the Republic of Latvia

    Venue : The Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
  • Talk
    TALK - Revisiting Classics- New Series on Literature and Translation. Old Paths, White Clouds Author and literary critic Alok Bhalla leads a discussion on the works of Intizar Hussain. Collab. POIESIS

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    The City of Waste - A Bonjour India initiative. A photography group exhibition by Claudia Cirelli, Bénédicte Florin, Mélanie Rateau, Adeline Pierrat, Pascal Garret, Rémi de Bercegol

    Venue : Mandi House Metro Station

    26th February - 26th May, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Photography Exhibition - Pani, Pahar Waters of the Himalayas : This photography exhibition is based on research in India and Nepal on land-use and development in the lower Himalayas. It shows how environmental and social changes are impacting the ways in which small towns throughout the region source and distribute water.

    The research has tried to understand the connections between changes in land-use and management that impact on the water-bearing capacity of landscape in these mountainous regions, and the availability of water.

    The interdependence of people and ecological processes across these incredible landscapes creates a complex and fascinating story in which sustainable development must be realised.

    Four different themes emerged from the study; change and transformation around water sources; the growing visibility and rapid pace of urbanisation; the ebbs, flows and characteristics of seasonality that affect both social and ecological systems; and, the ways in which physical, social and political infrastructures are being built, transformed and consolidated at this time of rapid change.

    The project was produced by the University of Cambridge in collaboration with The Centre for Ecology Development and Research in India (CEDAR) and Southasia Institute for Advanced Studies in Nepal (SIAS). It combines academic research led by Professor Bhaskar Vira and Dr Eszter Kovacs with contemporary imagery by photojournalist Toby Smith. For Further Information www.panipahar.com Photographer Toby Smith toby@shootunit.com www.tobysmith.com Professor Bhaskar Vira bv101@cam.ac.uk

     

     

    Venue:

    India Habitat Centre, Outdoor Space, 6th April - 6th May

    Jor Bagh Metro Station, 16th March - 29th June

    16th March - 29th June, 2018

  • Exhibition
    Delhi: A Rhapsody - Solo photography exhibition by Pallavi. An attempt by a flaneuse to capture the everyday of Delhi and bring out the aesthetic side of it. Stories from lanes lesser known, here is to a timeless rhapsodic composition called “Delhi “.

    Venue : Delhi 'o’ Delhi Foyer

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • 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 April - 30th April, 2018
  • Workshop
    Stop Motion Animation Workshop by Nitin Dhonde - Films on Freedom, Create Original Stop Motion Animation Films. Course includes – writing an original story, creating original characters, Frame by Frame animation, editing and more. Every Friday and Saturday of the month.
    Friday Batch 1- 4:00 - 6:00 pm
    Saturday Batch 2 - 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
    Workshop Fee- Rs. 3500/- per month
    Contact- visualartsgalleryevents@gmail.com, nwdonde@gmail.com
    Ph. – 011 43662024, +91 9350874962

    Venue : Experimental Arts Gallery

    01st April - 30th April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Petrichor - The Smell of Nature Solo Painting Exhibition by Ganesh Doddamani

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    22nd April - 26th April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Sree - A group exhibition by various women artists- Vibha Arya Chaurasia, Meena Srinivasan, Simmi Rishi, Rangoli Gary, Kirandeep Matharu, Mukta Singh

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    25th April, 2018
  • Exhibition
    Antar - Samvaad - A solo sculpture exhibition by Aditee Garg

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    25th April - 30th April, 2018
  • Film
    FILM CLUB SCREENING - Latvian Film Days in India. Return of Sergeant Lapins (Latvian/2010/93mins) Dir. Gatis Šmits. The film is set in Riga, where Sergeant Krists Lapins returns from an international mission and moves into a remote flat in the city's Agenskalns district. However, although expecting to live a peaceful life, Krists finds himself involved in several adventures. Collab. Embassy of the Republic of Latvia

    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm