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  • THE TIMES OF INDIA5 - 13 February 2011
  • Kala Ghoda association Maneck Davar (Hon. Chairperson), Shirin Bharucha (Hon. Sec.), Jamsheed Kanga, Saryu Doshi, Brinda Chudasama Miller, Marla Stukenberg, Geeta Castelino, Saroj Satija, Tarana Khubchandani, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Anuj Bhagwati, Pallavi Sahney Sharma (Chief Executive) Bhavdatt Patel (Manager) Festival committee Maneck Davar, Shirin Bharucha, Brinda Chudasama Miller, Pallavi Sahney Sharma, Priya Gupta, Prakash D’souza Festival team Padmashree PS, Jyoti Karmakar, Ashmita Ray Sarkar, Areeba Khan, Neha Nagarkar, Aliya Bhatia,, Bhavdatt Patel, Rama Gatty, Subrajit Roy Choudhury(Photographer) event manaGement Seventy Event Management Group section curators / co-ordinators Children Nuriya Ranjiwala / Dipika Gurnaney Dance Priya Singh Film Vinta Nanda Heritage Walk Kruti Garg Literature R. Sriram/ Peter Griffin Music Pallavi Sahney Sharma Street Fest Leila and Kevin Tayebaly Street Stalls Geeta Castelino Theatre Aditya Hitkari Visual Arts Brinda Chudasama Miller / Tarana Khubchandani Workshops Jyoti Karmakar a special thanKs to The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, The Mumbai Police, Traffic Police, The Collector of Mumbai,Government of Maharashtra, The Fire Brigade, Ministry of Culture Government of India, West Zone Cultural Centre, BNHS, Alfaz Miller, Spenta Multimedia, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Bombay Blue, Max Mueller Bhavan,Artists Centre, The British Council, Consulate General of The Kingdom of Netherlands, The American Center, Casa Soul Fry, The Church of St. Andrews and Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue, Subrajit Roy Choudhury(Photographer) Designed & Printed by Spenta Multimedia
  • THE TIMES OF INDIA West Zone Cultural Centre SHOP AT WWW.CROSSWORD.IN
  • CHILDREN5tH FEb SatuRDayWhen the Little Angels Come Down…. Max Mueller 11.00 am - Craft Activity organised by Bhavan Gate 2.30 pm Ami Kothari in collaboration with various organisations for children with special needs.Mumbais Stunning Structures Max Mueller 11.00 am - Walk and art activity Bhavan Gate 2.00 pm conducted by Himanshu (for select group of children)Tiptoeing To World Music Max Mueller 4.00 pm - Ballet Movements to music Bhavan Gate 5.00 pm from around the world. Conducted by Ballet Dancer - Ashifa. 8-12 yrsArt From Around The World Max Mueller 5.00 pm - Painting Workshop conducted Bhavan Gate 6.00 pm by Farhana Akikwala. 7-11 yrs6tH FEb SuNDayTell Me A Story - Can We Paint Max Mueller 11.00 am - Conducted by Education As WorkWith Concern India Foundation Bhavan Gate 12.30 pm Of Art (EAWOA) for Concern India Foundation Children. A Waldorf inspired movement in education, a special workshop for Concern India Foundation children. 7-12 yrsEveryday Super-Heroes Max Mueller 11.00 am - Maybe all of us are Super Bhavan Gate 12.30 pm heroes….it only takes a mask, a costume, and a name! Come and join Himanshu wholl help you create one! 7 yrs-adultFifty-Fifty Max Mueller 2.30 pm - A developmental creative arts Bhavan Gate 4.00 pm workshop for children by KG, Manahkshetra Foundation and MPC. 9-12 yrs
  • CHILDRENOne World - Many Faces Max Mueller 3.00 pm - Canvas Painting Bhavan Gate 4.00 pm by Kidzart. 4-12 yrsA whole new world of Origami Max Mueller 4.00 pm - Japanese art of paper folding Bhavan Gate 5.00 pm By Disha Gohil. 9-12 yrs.Emotion In Action Max Mueller 4.00 pm - An interactive workshop by Bhavan Gate 5.30 pm Education As Work Of Art (EAWOA). A Waldorf inspired movement in education. 7-12 yrsDoes Art Imitate Life OR Max Mueller 5.00 pm - Inspired by Jr Freddy SmataceksDoes Life Imitate Art ? Bhavan Gate 6.00 pm Butterflies. The art of craft by Nuriya Rao. 8-12 years.7tH FEb MoNDayA Walk Down The Art Street! Kalaghoda 2.00 pm - Children of the Dhirubhai Ambani Intl. Streets 3.00 pm School will participate in this session with Himanshu, Disha Gohil and Nuriya Rao.Little Yogis Max Mueller 3.00 pm - A yoga workshop revolving around a Bhavan Gate 4.00 pm story, by Neepa Mehta. 6-10 yrs.Finger Fun Max Mueller 3.00 pm - Finger Painting Workshop. Conducted Bhavan Gate 4.30 pm by Anita Yewele. 5-8 yrsUnity & Diversity Max Mueller 4.00 pm - Story and art work based on Children Bhavan Gate 6.00 pm around the world by Sheetal from Akanksha. 8-12 yrsLets Emote Max Mueller 5.00 pm - The Emotional Intelligence Workshop Bhavan Gate 6.00 pm by Lets Emote. 5-10 yrs8tH FEb tuESDayFifty-Fifty Max Mueller 2.30 pm - A developmental creative arts Bhavan Gate 4.00 pm workshop for children by KG, Manahkshetra Foundation and MPC. 9-12 yrs
  • CHILDRENNritya Uphaar -The Gift Of Dance Max Mueller 3.30 pm - An encounter with classical dance - Bhavan Gate 4.30 pm Kathak, Bharata Natyam & Odissi, presented by Artfeat, Kathak-KeKa Sinha, Bharata Natyam-Nandini Krishna and Odissi-Shubhada.10+ yrsLets Emote Max Mueller 5.00 pm - The Emotional Intelligence Workshop Bhavan Gate 6.00 pm by Lets Emote. 5-10 yrsSock Toys Max Mueller 5.00 pm - Toy making by Ami Kothari. 7-12 yrs Bhavan Gate 6.00 pm9tH FEb WEDNESDayPlay Your Way To Happiness - Max Mueller 3.00 pm - Conducted By Tattva HealthThrough Drama and Music Bhavan Gate 4.30 pm Foundation. 5-12 yrsLittle Art Factory Max Mueller 3.00 pm - Creating a sculpture, in groups, Bhavan Gate 4.30 pm inspired by Cornelia Parkers art work. Conducted by Eliza Hilton in collaboration with the British Council. 10-14 yrsRhythmic Storytelling Max Mueller 4.30 pm - Conducted by Kids Edutainment Bhavan Gate 5.30 pm Centre.Kalsootri Max Mueller 4.30 pm - Waste paper puppet-making Bhavan Gate 6.00 pm by Meena Naik. 6-12 yrs10tH FEb tHuRSDayPlay Your Way To Happiness - Max Mueller 3.00 pm - Conducted By Tattva HealthThrough Drama and Music Bhavan Gate 4.30 pm Foundation. (Children with parents)Rainbow Fish Max Mueller 3.00 pm - Workshop on value education by Bhavan Gate 4.00 pm MAGICTOUCH. 4-6 yrs
  • CHILDRENTiptoeing To World Music Max Mueller 4.00 pm - Ballet Movements to music from Bhavan Gate 5.00 pm around the world. Conducted by Ballet Dancer - Ashifa. 8-12 yrsMy Ideal World Max Mueller 5.00pm - Mixed Media by Kidzart. 4-12 yrs Bhavan Gate 6.00pmCircle of Life Max Mueller 5.00 pm - Yoga workshop by Neepa Mehta. Bhavan Gate 6.00 pm 5-10 yrs11tH FEb FRIDayGive Me A Home - Max Mueller 4.00 pm - Education As Work Of Art (EAWOA).Can I Share your space? Bhavan Gate 5.30 pm A Waldorf inspired movement in education. 7-12 yrsMASKS Work for Kids! Max Mueller 4.00 pm - Mask making demonstration for adults Bhavan Gate 6.00 pm followed by mask painting workshop for kids by Sonie Thakkar. 7-12 yrsImprove the World Max Mueller 6.00 pm - Speech and Voice workshop…..Impromptu! Bhavan Gate 7.00 pm by Tarana Thakurdas. 8-12 yrs12tH FEb SatuRDayIf I Spread A Feeling - Max Mueller 11.00 am - Conducted by Education As Work OfWill I Be Rich Or Poor Bhavan Gate 12.30 pm Art (EAWOA). A Waldorf inspired movement in education. 7-12 yrsEthnic Fusion Max Mueller 2.00 pm - Decorative door hangings with a Bhavan Gate 4.00 pm medley of art styles by Amruta Pathre. 9-15 yrsWorld Of Clay Max Mueller 3.00 pm - Conducted by K.V.Anjana. 4-12 yrs Bhavan Gate 4.30 pm
  • CHILDRENJoy of Movement Max Mueller 4.00 pm - Introduction to Mohiniaatam, Bhavan Gate 5.30 pm Kuchipudi, & Bharatnatyam by Amrita Lahiri, Miti Desai & Ketki Joshi. 6-12 yrsDilshad Patel- Creative Dance Max Mueller 5.00 pm - Dance & Movement SessionAnd Movement Therapy Bhavan Gate 6.00 pm Conducted by Dilshad Patel. 7-11 yrsPaheli Max Mueller 5.30 pm - Rajasthani puppet making by Amruta Bhavan Gate 7.00 pm Pathre. 10-15 yrs13tH FEb SuNDayIf I Were Rain Max Mueller 11.00 am - Water conservation workshop by Bhavan Gate 12.30 pm Sheetal Mehta. 7-12 yrsART…. One World! Max Mueller 11.00 am Conducted by Bhavan Gate 12.30 pm Rekha Shivdasani. 6-12 yrsWorld Of Clay Max Mueller 2.00 pm - Clay modelling workshop conducted Bhavan Gate 3.00 pm by K.V.Anjana. 4-12 yrsArt in Action Max Mueller 3.00 pm - Art workshop by artist Gauresh. Bhavan Gate 4.30 pm 7-12 yrsAfro-Indian Style Batik and Tie & Dye Max Mueller 3.30 pm - Conducted by Anita Chakraborty. Bhavan Gate 5.30 pm 8+ yrsRHY-DHUN - Music Makes Max Mueller 5.30 pm - East-West Fusion workshopThe World A Better Place! Bhavan Gate 6.30 pm conducted by Prabhakar and Manali Sharma, Niranjan Lele and Shivranjani. 6-12 yrsFor Workshops In Literature and Heritage Walk forChildren refer to Literature and Heritage Walk Sections.All registrations for childrens workshops will take place half hour before scheduled time.
  • Dance5TH FeB SaTURDaYInsync, Dance Wing of IIT Asiatic 6.30 pm - Insync, the dance wing of IIT Mumbai, isBombay 7.00 pm slowly becoming one of the hottest dance troupes in the Nation.INAUGURATION Asiatic 7.00 pm - Inaugural Ceremony 7.15 pmThe Melvin Louis Dance Asiatic 7.25 pm - Dance Inc. believes in New Age dance formsCompany - Hip Hop Group 7.40 pm and Urban dance styles that connect well withPerformance Dance Inc. individuals and help them stay fit.Jazz Funk Group Asiatic 7.45 pm - The SSDA repertory is a team of highlyPerformance 8.00 pm proficient dancers presenting cutting edgeSplit Sole Dance Academy choreography. Such beauty and excellence surely comes at the price of a split sole!7TH FeB MOnDaYKathak Dance Horniman 5.00 pm - Performance by Shri Rajendra Chaturvedi, Circle 5.20 pm disciple of Natraj Gopi Kishan and Sitara Devi. GardensKathak Group, Mumbai Horniman 5.20 pm - Keka Sinha and her troupe present aKeka Sinha and Troupe Circle 5.50 pm dance ballet "Basadatta", based on one of Gardens Rabindranath Tagores poems, Abhisaar.Elan Dance and Horniman 6.00 pm - Elan Dance presents "Mumbai", the city thatMovement, Mumbai Circle 6.30 pm never sleeps, the city that bounces right back,Contemporary Dance Gardens the city that allows all types of people toGroup co-exist...Lindy Hop and Veve Belly Horniman 6.45 pm - Hollywood Jazz in the style of Fred Astaire andDance - Tim Collins and Circle 7.15 pm Ginger Rodgers, Argentine Tango, Blues and aMalou Meyenhofer. Gardens Lindy-Hop piece. This will be interwoven with Belly Dancing performed by Yagna Chheda and Smita Mohan Kadam of Veve.
  • DanceKuchipudi Duet, Chennai Horniman 7.25 pm - The renowned Jai Kishore and Vani MosalikantiJai Kishore and Vani Circle 8.10 pm will perform Ganesh Stuti, Tarangam, Thillana,Mosalikanti Gardens and the traditional Kuchipudi thali dance.Contemporary Dance Horniman 8.20 pm - Veena Basavarajaiah, an upcomingSolo, Bangalore Circle 9.05 pm contemporary dancer-choreographer will beVeena Basavarajaiah Gardens presenting, "MAYA", Beyond the Illusion, and "SITA", a monologue.Bharatnatyam Horniman 9.15 pm - Tandava is a unique group of young, energeticGroup, Bangalore Circle 10.00 pm and like minded dancers who have comeTandava, The Vibrance Gardens together to create to further illuminate the Indian classical dance scene with their Vibrance!8TH FeB TUeSDaYFlamenco Solo, Mumbai Horniman 5.00 pm - Behnaz has received her advanced FlamencoBehnaz Bhandare Circle 5.45 pm training in Seville, Spain at the Christina Gardens Heeren Foundation.Kathak Solo, Mumbai Horniman 6.00 pm - Pooja is a very promising young performer,Pooja Pant Circle 6.30 pm choreographer and teacher in the Kathak style. GardensBharatnatyam Horniman 7.40 pm - The Bharatnatyam duo have established theirDuet, Chennai Circle 8.25 pm presence in Chennai and abroad as youngShijith Nambiar and Gardens ambassadors of this dance form.Parvathy MenonBboying Group, Mumbai Horniman 8.30 pm- The Freak N Stylz Crew of Mumbai are IndiasFreak N Stylz Crew Circle 9.00 pm first official Bboying group. They are here to Gardens create a revolution in dance!Contemporary Dance Horniman 9.15 pm - EMDC, founded by the very talented SumeetGroup, Mumbai Circle 10.00 pm Nagdev, will be presenting "Movements of theExpressions Modern Dance Gardens Buddhist Monks".Company
  • Dance9TH FeB WeDneSDaYKathak Ensemble Horniman 5.20 pm - Sanjukta Wagh is leading dancer, teacher andPresentation, Mumbai Circle 5.50 pm choreographer of Kathak.Beej presents "Seeking to GardensEmbody"Mohini Attam Horniman 6.00 pm - Mandakini Trivedi, founder of the NateshvariDuet, Mumbai Circle 7.00 pm Dance Gurukul and her senior disciple, MitiNateshvari Dance Gurukul Gardens Desai, will be presenting Mandikinis original choreographic works.Odissi Duet, Delhi Horniman 7.15 pm - This young and very talented duo is here toSwati Sharma and Circle 8.00 pm transport us to a land of sculpture, spirituality,Sudarshan Sahoo Gardens sensuality, beauty and lyricism!Bharatnatyam Horniman 8.15 pm - Young, dynamic Mythili Prakash is makingSolo, Chennai Circle 9.00 pm waves in the field of Bharata Natyam worldMythili Prakash Gardens wide, and will be performing her own choreographic works.Kathak Duet, Delhi Horniman 9.15 pm - Widely acclaimed Abhimanyu Lal and wifeAbhimanyu and Vidha Lal Circle 10.00 pm Vidha will performance a rendition of Kathak Gardens dance.10TH FeB THURSDaYOdissi Solo, Mumbai Horniman 5.00 pm - Leesa is a senior disciple of Guru DurgaLeesa Mohanty Circle 5.30 pm Charan Ranbir of the Late Guru Deba Prasad Gardens Das style of Odissi.Contemporary Horniman 5.30 pm - Devesh Mirchandani will be presenting a duetDance Duet, Mumbai Circle 5.35 pm performance with dancer Joyna Mukherjee.Devesh Mirchandani GardensModern Dance Company
  • Dance Salsa India, Mumbai Horniman 5.45 pm - Salsa India founded by Kaytee Namgyal is here Circle 6.30 pm to set the stage on fire with sizzling salsa. Gardens Belly Dance - Bollywood Horniman 6.40 pm - Belly dance in a Cabaret, Bollywood and Hip Fusion Group, Mumbai Circle 7.25 pm Hop style. Bombaybliss Gardens Contemporary Horniman 7.25 pm - Devesh Mirchandani and dancer Joyna Dance Duet, Mumbai Circle 7.30 pm Mukherjee perform a duet. Devesh Mirchandani Gardens Modern Dance Company Bharatnatyam Horniman 7.40 pm - Gayatri Sriram, often described by the press as Solo, Mumbai Circle 8.50 pm “graceful and scintillating”, will be presenting Gayatri Sriram Gardens her own choreography "Seeta Swagatam". Kathak Group, Aurangabad Horniman 9.00 pm - Parwatti Dutta and her renowned troupe will be Mahagami Circle 10.00 pm presenting "Srijan Teerth", the sacred spaces Gardens for innovation. 12TH FeB SaTURDaY The Paul Taylor Dance Asiatic 7.30 pm - Paul Taylor is the last living member of the Company 2, USA 9.30 pm pantheon that created Americas indigenous art Presented by The American of modern dance. PTDC 2 will be presenting Center "Arden Court", "Runes" and "Esplanade". Street Dance Group Asiatic 9.45 pm - Kundu Dance is a collective of dancers Prosenjit Guy Kundu and 10.00 pm showcasing what is known as URBAN DANCE Group STYLES.Acknowledgements :The American Center for The Paul Taylor Dance Company 2, USAFor Workshops in Dance please refer to the Workshop Section
  • FILMFEB 5 SATURDAYRAJNIGANDHA-1974 (110 mins) Coomaraswamy 12.00 pm - Deepa meets her ex-boyfriend after 5Dir: Basu Chatterjee Retrospective Hall 3.00 pm years making her rethink her decision. Winner of Filmfare award for best film - 1974.ABOHOMAN- 2008 Dir: Rituporno Coomaraswamy 3.00 pm - Rajat Kamal Winner for best Bengali filmGhosh - Bengali, BIG Pictures Hall 6.00 pm of 2008.MEE SINDHUTAI SAPKAL- 2010 Coomaraswamy 6.00 pm - The biographical journey of survival ofDir: Ananth Mahadevan - Marathi Hall 9.00 pm Sindhutai Sapkal. Today she is a proudProducer: Sachin & Bindiya mother to more than 1,000 orphanedKhanolkar kids.THE SOCIAL NETWORK Max Mueller 3.00 pm - A chronicle of the founding of Facebook,Sony Pictures Bhavan 6.00 pm the social-networking Web site.NAMESAKE - 2006 (120 mins)UTV Motion Picture Max Mueller 6.00 pm - Ashoke and Ashima Ganguli, two first-Dir: Mira Nair - English Bhavan 9.00 pm generation immigrants from West Bengal travel to the United States.6Th FEB SUnDAYCHOTI-SI-BAAT Coomaraswamy 12.00 pm- A shy simple man Arun Pradeep falls1975 (100 mins) Hall 3.00 pm in love with Prabha Narayan at the busDir: Basu Chatterjee Retrospective stop. Unable to express his feelings, turns to Colonel Singh for help.PHAS GAYE RE OBAMA - 2010 Coomaraswamy 3.00 pm - Om Shashtri returns to India to sell a small(120 mis) Dir: Subhash Kapoor - Hall 6.00 pm piece of land. Within days of arriving inHindi, Producer: Ashok Pandey India he is kidnapped by an underworld gang who think he is a millionaire.HARISHCHANDRACHI FACTORY Coomaraswamy 6.00 pm - The film is the story of Dadasaheb- 2009 (128 mins) Dir: Paresh Hall 9 .00 pm Phalke and the beginning of the IndianMokashi - Marathi, UTV Motion film industry.Pictures
  • FILMBLESSED BY FIRE Max Mueller Bhavan 12.00 pm- A remembrance of the Falklands War(2005-Spanish) (100 3.00 pm in 1982, captures battlefield chaos andmins) DIR: Tristan Bauer confusion with a visceral force you wontUTV WORLD MOVIES forget.CLEOPATRA Max Mueller Bhavan 3.00 pm - Cleopatra is a romantic comedy about(2003-Spanish) 6.00 pm freedom for a middle aged woman and theDir: Eduardo Mignogna will to live.Sony PicturesPEEPLI LIVE UTV Max Mueller Bhavan 6.00 pm - A comic satire that explores the topic ofMotion Pictures (HINDI) 9 .00 pm "farmer suicides" and the subsequent media and political response.7Th FEB MonDAYCHIT-CHOR- 1976 Coomaraswamy Hall 12.00 pm- A film of mistaken identities when a family(110 mins) Dir: Basu 3.00 pm mistake a visitor Vinod, as the groom forChatterjee Retrospective their daughter Geeta.WELL DONE ABBA -2009 Coomaraswamy Hall 3.00 pm - Produced by BIG Pictures. Winner of RajatDir: Shyam Benegal - 6.00 pm Kamal for Best Film on Social Issues 2009.Hindi, BIG PicturesPANKH - 2010 (90 Coomaraswamy Hal 6.00 pm - Baby Kusum is a girl child star. In reality,mins) Dir: Sudipto 9 .00 pm Kusum is Jerry, a boy. Jerry is made to faceChattopadhyaya - Hindi the camera again as a young man, whichProducer: Sanjay Gupta leads to the final catastrophe.I ALWAYS WANTED Max Mueller Bhavan 12.00 pm- Fates of four characters, shaped more byTO BE A GANGSTER 3.00 pm mishap and chance. Four interlinked stories,(French) DIR: Samuel Benchetrit all connected by a very particular cafe.UTV WORLD MOVIESSECRETS & LIES Max Mueller Bhavan 3.00 pm - Successful black woman traces her birth(1996 - English) DIR: 6.00 pm mother to a lower-class white woman, whoMike Leigh denies it; emotions run high as everyonesUTV WORLD MOVIES secrets are exposed.
  • FILMOYE LUCKY LUCKY OYE! (2008) Max Mueller 6.00 pm - A black comedy, is a story of LuckyDir: Dibakar Banerjee Bhavan 9 .00 pm Singh, a Punjabi Sikh who plays aUTV Motion Picture loveable thief.FLASHPOINT - Short Films BNHS Hall 2.00 pm REDLIGHT Dir-Khmer / SONG FORCurated by Solaris Pictures & AMINE-Dir : Alberto BougleuxSridhar Rangayan THE 10 CONDITIONS OF LOVE - Dir: Jeff Daniels (All with English Subtitles)8Th FEB TUESDAYSARA AKASH-1969 (100 mins) Coomaraswamy 12.00 pm - A collegian becomes embittered afterDir: Basu Chatterjee Retrospective - Hindi Hall 3.00 pm being forced to marry.WAKE UP SID 2009 (120 mins) Coomaraswamy 3.00 pm - Sid, a lazy, unmotivated slackerDir: Ayan Mukherji Hall 6.00 pm undergoes a series of changes afterDharma Productions meeting Aisha, an aspiring writer from Kolkata who makes him realise his goals in life.TERE BIN LADEN - 2010 (120 Coomaraswamy 6.00 pm - A spoof on Osama Bin Laden, as wellmins) Dir: Abhishek Sharma - Hindi Hall 9 .00 pm as a comic satire on Americas warWalkwater Films against terror.LONGEST PENALTY SHOT IN THE Max Mueller 3.00 pm - Fernando, a complete loser who suddenlyWORLD (Spanish) DIR: Roberto Bhavan 6.00pm has to stand in for the goalkeeper in theSantiago UTV WORLD MOVIES decisive match that can grant his team the victory in the local league.MUMBAI MERI JAAN 2008 Max Mueller 6.00 pm - Mumbai Meri Jaan tells the story of five(130 mins) UTV Motion Pictures Bhavan 9 .00 pm different people whose lives are affected by the 2006 Mumbai train bombings.
  • FILMFLASHPOINT - Short Films BNHS Hall 2.00 pm SUDDENLY LAST WINTER - Dir:Curated by Solaris Pictures & Gustav Hofer, Luca Ragazzi /THESridhar Rangayan SARI SOLDIERS-Dir: Julie Bridgham / TO SHOOT AN ELEPHANT-Dir: Alberto Arce, Mohammed Rujailah / WOMEN IN SHROUD-Dir: Farid Haerinejad / Mohammad Reza Kazemi (All with English Subtitles)9Th FEB WEDnESDAYPIYA KA GHAR: 1972 (135 mins) Coomaraswamy 12.00 pm- Malti moves to Rams apartmentDir: Basu Chatterjee Retrospective Hall 3.00 pm after marriage. Since there is very- Hindi little room left, the newlyweds are forced to sleep in the kitchen. The film portrays the difficulties of life and living in Mumbai city.SHOB CHORITRO KALPONIK Coomaraswamy 3.00 pm- Indraneels sudden death averts aDir: Rituporno (Bengali) Hall 6.00 pm possible divorce, and takes RadhikaBIG Pictures on a fantastic inward journey of discovery of her own roots through the language of poetry, and lost love.THE GREAT INDIAN BUTTERFLY Coomaraswamy 6.00 pm - A young Indian couple climbing the-2010 (120 mins) Hall 9 .00 pm ladder of the corporate race take off inDir: Sarthak Dasgupta search of a legendary magical insect -Producer: Sanjay Gupta & Parth Arora The Great Indian Butterfly.Short Documentary Films BNHS Hall 2.00 pm Nitesh Mohanty : "Ridleys Last stand" (45 mins) & "The Broken Tall" (83 mins).10Th FEB ThURSDAY Coomaraswamy 12.00 pm- Mini ends up marrying wheat traderSWAMI: 1977 (130 mins) Hall 3.00 pm Ghanshyam instead of lover Naren.Dir: Basu Chatterjee Retrospective Will Ghanshyam gets his wife to accept him at his terms.-Hindi
  • FILMI HATE LOVE STORIES Coomaraswamy 3.00 pm - The lives of Jay and Simran areDir: Punit Malhotra Hall 6.00pm ironically inter weaved with the LuvDuration: 2 hours 16 minutes Story that they are working on. DoDharma Productions they fall in love?WE ARE FAMILY Coomaraswamy 6.00 pm - Maya, a perfect mother to 3 children.Dir: Siddharth P Malhotra Hall 9 .00 pm Ex-husband, Aman introduces hisDuration: 2 hours girlfriend, Shreya, and the storyDharma Productions immediately takes an unexpected turn.NOBODY IS PERFECT Max Mueller 3.00 pm - A story of three friends, all(2006 Spanish) Bhavan 6.00pm challenged by their impairments butDir: Joaquín Oristrell taking life as it comes..UTV WORLD MOVIESUDAAN - UTV Motion Picture Max Mueller 6.00 pm - Rohan forced to live with his(HINDI) Bhavan 9 .00 pm authoritarian father and work for hisDir: Vikramaditya Motwane steel factory strives to forge his own life out of his given circumstances and pursue his dream of being a writer.Short Films in collaboration BNHS Hall 2.00 pm- Marcus Coates: Follow the Voice Melanie Manchot: Celebrationwith British Council 5.00 pm (Cyprus Street), Mike Marshall: Nirdcatcher, Sean Dower: Automaton George Barber: Automotive Action Painting, Nick Crowe and Lan Rawlinson: The Carriers Paryer, Clio Barnard: Dark Glass, Roderick Buchanan: History Painting11Th FEB FRIDAYSHAUKEEN: 1983 (110 mins) Coomaraswamy 12.00 pm- 3 old men decide to go to Goa toDir: Basu Chatterjee Retrospective Hall 3.00 pm have some fun in their old age. The- hindi three get into hilarious situations with Rati, a young dancer.JHING CHIK JHING - 2010 (116 Coomaraswamy 3.00 pm - A boy growing up in a debt ridden partmins) Dir: Nitin Nandan Producer: Hall 6.00pm of India, where farmers routinely commitHarini Calamur, Cogito Entertainment suicide to escape the debt trap.
  • FILMMITHYA - 2008 Coomaraswamy 6.00 pm - A film of mistaken identities when(110 mins) Hall 9 .00 pm a family mistake a visitor Vinod,Dir: Rajat Kapoor - Hindi as the groom for their daughter Geeta.THE BANDS VISIT Max Mueller 3.00 pm - A little Egyptian police band(Bikur Ha-Tizmoret) (2007 Hebrew) Bhavan 6.00pm arrives in a remote town in Israel,DIR: Eran Kolirin having gotten lost on their way toUTV WORLD MOVIES a concert at which they have been invited to play.WELCOME TO SAJJANPUR Max Mueller 6.00 pm - The movie is a satirical, butUTV Motion Picture (HINDI) Bhavan 9 .00 pm warm-hearted portrait of life inDir: Shyam Benegal rural India.Duration: 134 minsSHAMIANA presents short films BNHS Hall 2.00 pm - PICK POCKET, Dir: Krishnan,Cyrus Dastur - 4.00 pm Nallapa, END OF LOVE, Dir: Kabir Kapoor,INBOX, Dir: Pritish Chakraborty, GERIs GAME (animation) Dir: Jan Pinkawa, ZOR KA JHATKA, Dir: Jay ParikhCelebrities Short Films Casa Soul Fry 7.00 pm- Films by Tarana Khubchandani 9.00 pm & Brinda Miller Chudasama with Hetal Shah, Ayub Khan, Saurabh Shukla, Anand Shivkumaran, Adam Bedi.12Th FEB SATURDAYSHOWCASE Coomaraswamy 12.00 pm- Onirs "I Am" Series, Barnalis Hall 3.00 pm "Kuch Love Jaisa", Veena Bakshis "Coffin Maker", and Sony Pictures.SHOWCASE Coomaraswamy 3.00 pm - Deepa Sahis "Tere Mere Phere", Hall 6.00pm Karmayogi (Malayalam) Creative Land Pictures, Vishal Bharadwaj "Saat Khoon Maaf".
  • FILMRAJNEETIUTV Motion Picture (HINDI) Coomaraswamy 6.00 pm - Rajneeti, starring Ajay Devgan,Dir: Prakash Jha Hall 9 .00 pm Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif is an Indian Political Drama. A compelling story of brothers by blood and rivals in a destructive profession, Rajneeti takes you through an gritty experience in a world where there is passion and love, hatred and grief.THE BOW (Hwal) (2005 Korean) Max Mueller 3.00 pm - A 60 year old captain has beenDIR: Kim Ki-duk Bhavan 6.00pm raising a girl with the intention ofUTV WORLD MOVIES marrying her on her 17th birthday. They live happily until a teenage student comes to the ship and the girl feels attracted for him.A WEDNESDAY -UTV Motion Picture (HINDI) Max Mueller 6.00 pm - A man calls up the MumbaiDir: Neeraj Pandey Bhavan 9 .00 pm police, and tells them he hasDuration: 103 minutes placed five different bombs in the city, He wants four terrorists in exchange. Does he get them?13Th FEB SUnDAYKHATTA MEETHA- Coomaraswamy 12.00 pm- Parsi widowers get to know eachDir: A Basu Chatterjee Retrospective Hall 3.00 pm other & get married. dont get along creating havoc for Homi & Nargis.AIDU ONDIA AIDU (Kannada) Coomaraswamy 3.00 pm - Passionate, talented butDirector V. K Prakash Hall 6.00pm inexperienced man in his lateProducers: Sajitha Prakash & twenties takes a year longVachan Shetty break from his job to follow his childhood dream to make a movie.
  • FILMPAA Coomaraswamy 6.00 pm - Winner of 4 National awards includingDir: Balki Hall 9.00 pm Rajat Kamal to Amitabh Bachchan.BIG PicturesWRAP UP (Abrigate) (2007 Max Mueller 2.00 pm- Funny Valeria, in her 25 she findsSpanish) DIR: Ramón Costafreda (3 Bhavan 3.00 pm herself in the most surreal lovewins) UTV WORLD MOVIES crossroads of her life when after the sudden death of her attractive lover she falls in love with Marcelo, the son of the deceased.BARAN (Baran) (2001 Farsi) Max Mueller 3.00 pm - The movie is about maturing of theDIR: Majid Majidi( 13 wins & 3 Bhavan 6.00pm character Lateef and his silent romantic interests in an Afghan refugee.nominations) UTV WORLD MOVIES Max Mueller 6.00 pm - A young women from England comes toRANG DE BASANTI UTV Motion 9 .00 pm India to make a documentary about the BhavanPicture (HINDI) Indian Independence with five young men.Acknowledgements:UTV Motion Pictures, UTV World Movies, BIG Pictures, Dharma Productions,Sony Pictures and Rupali Guha for the Basu Chatterjee Retrospective.
  • HERITAGEFEB 5 SATURDAYWalk through the Premises ofVictoria Terminus Railway Station 10.00 am The Victoria Terminus, designed by Frederickand discover the dynamics of this Starting Point - William Stevens, initially named in honour of themagnificent structure only comparable Entrance Gate then Queen and Empress Victoria, in 1887.to the St.Pancras Station in London. of Victoria It was renamed as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Terminus in 1996. Its architecture depictsPRIOR REGISTRATIONS TO BE DONE figurines of "progress" and "prosperity” with aAT 9:30 AM AT V.T. GATE ON FIRST variety of sculpted animals and birds. It is saidCUM FIRST SERVE BASIS or via email that the St Pancras station in London bears(Restricted no. 30) some similarity to the Victoria Terminus. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004.email: krutigarg@gmail.com Conducted by: Kruti Garg, Shraddha BhatawadekarHeritage Bus Tour 6.00 pm Open Bus tour of the South Mumbai Heritage Starting for an hour to landmarks like the Gateway ofPRIOR REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED to Point - Bus India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, Highbe done at Kala Ghoda Office, two days Stop Opposite Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and manyprior to the Bus Ride (Restricted no. 75) Regal Cinema more. The bus will return to the starting point on completion of the tour.email: krutigarg@gmail.com Conducted by: Kruti GargFEB 6 SUNDAYFlora Fountain to Horniman Circle 10.00 am Walk through the historic Churchgate, understandGardens – With Children Treasure Hunt Start at the the history of the city and walk towards St. ThomasAGE : 8-13 years Flora Fountain Cathedral into the old Walled town of Bombay. intersection. Conducted by: Kruti Garg, Deepak Dalal, Nikita Garg
  • HERITAGEHeritage Bus Tour 6.00 pm Open Bus tour of the South Mumbai HeritagePRIOR REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED to Starting for an hour to landmarks like the Gateway ofbe done at Kala Ghoda Office two days Point - Bus India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, Highprior to the Bus Ride. Stop Opposite Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many(Restricted no. 75) Regal Cinema more. The bus will return to the starting point on completion of the tour.email: krutigarg@gmail.com Conducted by: Kruti GargFEB 7 MONDAYFlora Fountain – Bombay Green – 4.30 pm Starting at Flora Fountain intersection, walkSt. Thomas Cathedral followed by a Start at the towards "Bombay Green" or what is today thePresentation on Evolving aspects of Flora Fountain Horniman Circle to Readymoney Mansion andFlooring within Historic Buildings – intersection. understand the evolution of flooring designs andDilnavaz Variava materials then continue on to St. Thomas Cathedral, the citys oldest British church followed by Town Hall of Bombay and Mumbai Samachar Marg, the historic location of Asias oldest Stock Exchange. The walk will end with a presentation on the Historic Flooring in the context of Mumbai. Conducted by: Kruti Garg, Dilnavaz VariavaFEB 8 TUESDAYAround Oval Walk 4.30 pm Walks around green open space that links 19th Start Point - and 20th century and also celebrate the existence PWD Office of what was once called ‘Esplanade’. Presentation on Historic Flooring would continue and people who wish to go may attend the presentation after the walk Conducted by: Devshree Akre
  • HERITAGEFEB 9 WEDNESDAYBallard Estate Walk 4.30 pm Walk into a European style precinct reclaimed and Start Point- established by Port Trust as Mumbai’s first business Post War district ‘Ballard Estate’ and experience the tranquil Memorial atmosphere through uniformity of architectural style, design and heights which is part of Mumbai and still stands differently. Conducted by: Devshree AkreFEB 10 THURSDAYART DECO walk on Marine Drive 4.30 pm A ‘C’ shaped avenue lined up with magnificent Start Point - Art Deco buildings of 1930’s, once known as a new Near Air India face of the contemporary city is now suffering great Building losses in course of repairs and alteration. But in spite many transformations it’s still "one world" that everyone desires to be in. Conducted by: Devshree AkreFEB 11 FRIDAYWalking On The Footprint Of The Fort Walls 4.30 pm Enjoy the walk along the footprint of the fort wall Start Point - and witness the growth of the city through the Flora Fountain finest street of Mumbai leading to the largest intersection. and magnanamous public building in the city, the Victoria Terminus Railway Station, Capitol Cinema and The Bombay Municipal Headquarters. Conducted by: Kruti Garg
  • HERITAGEFEB 12 SATURDAYWalk through the Premises of 10.00 am The Victoria Terminus, designed by FrederickVictoria Terminus Railway Station Starting Point - William Stevens, initially named in honour ofand discover the dynamics of this Entrance Gate the then Queen and Empress Victoria, in 1887. Itmagnificent structure only comparable of Victoria was renamed as the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminusto the St.Pancras Station in London. Terminus in 1996. Its architecture depicts figurines of "progress" and "prosperity” with a variety ofPRIOR REGISTRATIONS TO BE DONE sculpted animals and birds. It is said that the StAT 9:30 AM AT V.T. GATE ON FIRST Pancras station in London bears some similarityCUM FIRST SERVE BASIS or via email to the Victoria Terminus. It was declared a(Restricted no. 30) UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2004.email: krutigarg@gmail.com Conducted by: Kruti Garg, Shraddha BhatawadekarHeritage Bus Tour 6.00 pm Open Bus tour of the South Mumbai HeritagePRIOR REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED to Starting Point for an hour to landmarks like the Gateway ofbe done at Kala Ghoda Office two days - Bus Stop India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, Highprior to the Bus Ride (Restricted no. 75) Opposite Regal Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many Cinema more. The bus will return to the starting point on completion of the tour.email: krutigarg@gmail.com Conducted by: Kruti Garg, Shradha BhatawadekarFEB 13 SUNDAYCrawford Walk 10.00 am Walk along Azad Maidan, the Presidency Court Start point- Building, St. Xaviers College upto Metro Cinema Capitol junction. Observe the transition in Architecture Cinema from Neo Gothic to Art Deco and Vernacular. Cross on to L.T. Road and end with towards the first covered market in the city - Crawford Market. Conducted by: Shradha Bhatawadekar
  • HERITAGE Heritage Bus Tour 6.00 pm Open Bus tour of the South Mumbai Heritage Starting for an hour to landmarks like the Gateway of PRIOR REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED to Point - Bus India, Taj Mahal Hotel, Mumbai University, High be done at Kala Ghoda Office two days Stop Opposite Court, Victoria Terminus, Asiatic Society and many prior to the Bus Ride. Regal Cinema more. The bus will return to the starting point on (Restricted no. 75) completion of the tour. email: krutigarg@gmail.com Conducted by: Kruti Garg, Shradha BhatawadekarAcknowledgements:Central Railway for their support and permissions.
  • LITERATURE5Th FEb SATURdAyTitle Location Time DescriptionFoodwriting for beginners - Elphinstone 11.00 am - This workshop will introduce you to the strongLove Food? Love Writing? College 4.00 pm literary tradition of foodwriting. The five tenants ofTry Food Writing! Seminar good food writing: passion, curiosity, voice, toneConducted by Rushina Room and style, confidence and experience.Munshaw GhildiyalWriting for Television - Kala Ghoda 11.00 am - A workshop that takes you from an idea to aPart 1 Association 4.00 pm polished presentation in two days flat. You will learnConducted by Venita Office how to create character, story and structure for aCoelho TV series. You will learn to exercise your creativity, your writing skills, and your body! Wear something comfortable since we will be doing a little bit of yoga. You will need a notebook, pen and the book "Soap!Writing and Surviving Television"Fun Foods of India BNHS Hall 11.00 am - A fun filled workshop around themes of fun foodsfor 3-8 year olds. 1.00 pm from different parts of India including dosas, jalebis,Conducted by Preeti Vyas momos, pakoras and more. The event will featureof FunOkPlease a variety of activities including reading, craft and cooking (no fire, assembly only!).Interactive Storytelling BNHS Hall 5:00 pm- Conducted by BlueFunUmbrella - For Children ofEvent 5:50pm All agesCatching A Poem Museum 6.00 pm - Jane Bhandari and Anju Makhija present The Secret Gardens 6.50 pm Life of Words, an anthology of poetry for young people.Panel Discussion on Museum 7.00 pm - Featuring Shailja Patel, R Chandrashekhar, NeeleshPolitical Writing Gardens 7.50 pm Mishra, and KP Singh.Panel Discussion on Museum 8.00 pm - Featuring Samhita Arni, Amita Baig, and GitiMythology and Literature Gardens 8.50 pm Chandra.
  • LITERATUREBook launch: "The Avenue Museum 9.00 pm - The Mumbai launch of The Avenue of Kings, Sudeepof Kings" by Sudeep Gardens 9.30 pm Chakravarti’s latest critically acclaimed novel. WriterChakravarti and critic Peter Griffin will be in conversation with the author. The book will be available at the venue.6Th FEb SUndAyFort Walk with Deepak Flora 10.00 am Dalal is the bestselling author of the ShayadriDalal, childrens author. Fountain Adventure series (among others), and in this walk he will take children through the areas of the Fort that inspired his book."Eat Write Love!" - Elphinstone 11.00 am - Discover the delicious limitless styles ofBecause every bite invokes College 4.00 pm foodwriting. Beyond the restaurant review and thea memory and every Seminar recipe feature. Explore Food features, Foodrecipe tells a story… Room Memoirs and Food Travelogues, Food fiction andConducted by Rushina Story Telling, Documenting tradition and WritingMunshaw Ghildiyal for Change.Writing for Television- BNHS Hall 11.00 am - A workshop that takes you from an idea to aPart 2 4.00 pm polished presentation in two days flat. You will learnConducted by Venita how to create character, story and structure for aCoelho TV series. You will learn to exercise your creativity, your writing skills, and your body! Wear something comfortable since we will be doing a little bit of yoga. You will need a notebook, pen and the book "Soap!Writing and Surviving Television"Explore Modern Kala Ghoda 11.00 am - Join us as we explore 15 modern Indian professionsProfessions: An Association 1.00 pm including news anchor, graphic designer, ad filminteractive workshop Office maker, physiotherapist etc. The event will featurefor 7-10 year olds!! games, role plays and craft projects, giving childrenConducted by Preeti Vyas a sneak peek into these professions. Professionalsand FunOkPlease from some of these fields would be present at the event.
  • LITERATUREBook Launch: My Museum 4.00 pm - Pratham presents a book on Forts of MaharashtraUnforgettable Trip - Gardens 4.50 pm for children of all ages!by Milind GunajiInterschool Short Story BNHS Hall 5.00 pm - The annual prize-distribution session hosted by St.Prize Distribution Session 5.50 pm Gregorios High School, featuring judges Jahnavi Achrekar, R Sriram, Ranjini Krishnaswamy, and author Deepak Dalal.Meet the Author: Sonia Museum 6.00 pm - Sonia Faleiro is an award-winning reporter andFaleiro on Beautiful Thing Gardens 6.50 pm the author of "The Girl" (Penguin, 2006). Beautiful Thing (Penguin, 2010), her non fiction debut, was a Time Out ‘Subcontinental Book of the Year’ and CNNs ‘Mumbai Book of the Year’. Beautiful Thing will be published by Canongate in the UK in August this year.Meet the Author: Amita Museum 7.00 pm - Forts and Palaces of India by heritageBaig in conversation with Gardens 7.50 pm conservationist Amita Baig with photographs byAbha Narain on her book architect-photographer Joginder Singh bringsForts and Palaces of India together the rich and diverse cultural legacy of India from ancients forts mentioned in epic texts to fortfied cities built over the centuries.PEN Poetry Reading: Under Museum 8.00 pm - The PEN All-India Centre brings together a variety ofthe Tree of Tongues Gardens 9.30 pm poetic voices from the city.7Th FEb MondAyPEN Panel Discussion: Museum 6.00 pm - A panel discussion on the role of little magazines,Sites for Literary Assembly Gardens 6.50 pm small presses, reading circles and online journals. Participants: Ranjit Hoskote and Sampurna Chattarji (PEN), Hemant Divate (Poetrywala), Sharmistha Mohanty (Almost Island), Divya Nadkarni (Nether), and Indira Chandrasekhar (Out of Print).
  • LITERATUREFresh Off The Shelf Museum 7.00 pm - Featuring Paro Anand (Pure Sequence), Margaret Gardens 7.50 pm Mascarenhas (The Disappearance of Irene Dos Santos), Venita Coelho (Washer of the Dead) and Shailja Patel (Migritude).Artists and Interpreters: Museum 8.00 pm - The Dialogues Series is an unfolding programme ofBook Launch: The Gardens 8.50 pm conversations with some of India’s leading artists,Dialogues Series by Ranjit conducted by the cultural theorists and curatorsHoskote & Nancy Adajania Ranjit Hoskote and Nancy Adajania. The series will be launched with a panel discussion chaired by Harsha Bhatkal, Chairman, foundation b & g, and featuring the authors Ranjit Hoskote and Nancy Adajania, as well as artists Atul Dodiya, Baiju Parthan and Anju Dodiya.RD Burman: The man Museum 9.00 pm - Presented by Hachette. Featuring live music andand his music by Balaji Gardens 9.30 pm readings from the book.Vittal and AniruddhaBhattacharjee8Th FEb TUESdAyTonight, This Savage RiteThe Love poems of Kamala Museum 6.00 pm - Featuring Pritish Nandy, and readings fromDas and Pritish Nandy Gardens 6.50 pm the book.A Panel Discussion on Museum 7.00 pm - Featuring Mita Kapur, Samanth Subramaniam andFood and Literature Gardens 7.50 pm Rushina Munshaw Ghildiyal.A Panel discussion on Museum 8.00 pm - Featuring Anuvab Pal, Jai Arjun Singh, Samit BasuFilms and Literature Gardens 8.50 pm and Zac OYeah.Book Launch: Third Best by Museum 9.00 pm - A story about school, friendship, loyalty, love andK V Arjun Rao Gardens 9.30 pm how not to get caught while youre making out.
  • LITERATURE9Th FEb WEdnESdAyDimensions in British Museum 6.00 pm - Katherine Rose, art historian and leading culturalContemporary Art Gardens 6.50 pm consultant, will present the most exciting trendsPresented by Katherine of the last twenty years of British art, from theRose in association explosion of the no-holds-barred ‘Young Britishwith the British Council. Artists’ to the emergence of a global contemporaryFollowed by a conversation art language. Nancy Adajania is an art critic, culturalwith Nancy Adajania and theorist and curator. Jitish Kallat’s is an artist ofJitesh Kallat. repute.Meet the Author: Museum 7.00 pm - Sarayu Srivatsa was the editor of Indian ArchitectSarayu Srivatsa on Gardens 7.50 pm and Builder and has written extensively on theThe Last Pretence, in evolution and growth of cities in newspapers andconversation with Margaret journals. In 2002 she won the Picador-Outlook non-Mascarenhas. fiction writing award.Panel Discussion on Queer Museum 8.00 pm - Featuring Shobhna Kumar, Minal Hazratwala andLiterature Gardens 8.50 pm Arun Mirchandani.Book Launch: One Little Museum 9.00 pm - One Little Finger is the story of a woman who defiedFinger by Malini Chib Gardens 9.30 pm all odds to emerge victorious in spite of crippling physical infirmity and an insensitive society.10Th FEb ThURSdAyShomshuklla Das Museum 5.20 pm - Shomshuklla will be reading from her 3 poetry Gardens 5.50 pm books published by Rupa - I have seen the face before, Close every door, Seconds before sunrise and to be published Do not stand so closeStay Hungry Stay Foolish Museum 6.00 pm - Author and Entrepreneur Rashmi Bansal in Gardens 6.50 pm conversation with R Sriram.
  • LITERATUREPEN Author Interface: Museum 7.00 pm - Ilija Trojanow is a superstar of the German literaryConversation with Ilija Gardens 7.50 pm world. His best-selling novel, Der WeltensammlerTrojanow (published by Hanser Verlag in German and by Faber in English translation as The Collector of Worlds) has won him great renown as a novelist.Getting Published Museum 8.00 pm - Featuring Urvashi Butalia, Mita Kapur and Gardens 8.50 pm Shobhaa De.Book Launch: The Boss Is Museum 9.00 pm - A Handbook for Indian Managers to Survive AllNot Your Friend by Vijay Gardens 9.30 pm Things OrganisationalNair11Th FEb FRIdAyZubaan presents Women Museum 6.00 pm - With Urvashi Butalia of Zubaan.Changing India Gardens 6.50 pmA Panel Discussion on Museum 7.00 pm - Featuring the Wink E-reader and Mr. Ravi Deecee.E-Books. Gardens 7.50 pmLaunch of Galleries Museum 9.00 pm - Featuring Ranjit Hoskote, Sampurna Chattarji,volume 27: Poetry in Art / Gardens 9.30 pm Sanjeen Khandekar, Gieve Patel, Prabodh Parekh &Art in Poetry Bina Sarkar Ellias.12Th FEb SATURdAy Elphinstone 11.00 am - Kavitha Rao brings back her hugely popularAn Introductionto Freelance College 4.00 pm workshop that takes beginners through the processJournalism- Part 1 Seminar of how to make it as a Freelance Journalist.Conducted by Kavitha Rao RoomWriting for Social Media 1 Kala Ghoda 11.00 am - Meet popular blogger Ramya of Ideasmythy, andConducted by The Association 4.00 pm Moksh Juneja, the Founder of Avignyata Inc., andWord Jockey Writing & Office learn the nuances of writing content for SocialCommunications Media.
  • LITERATUREDisneys Wonderful BNHS 11.00 am - Discover new adventures with Mowgli and his friendsWorld of Book Reading 1 1.00 pm with Jerry Pinto and Paro Anand as they read out new andFor children of all ages. exciting stories from The Untold Tales of Jungle Book. Also discover new friends from the Adventures of Vanayu, Disney’s brand new comic book.Book Launch: The Lonely BNHS 4.00 pm - Written in the tradition of the bedtime tale andKing and Queen by Deepa 4.50 pm illustrated with gentle humour and warmth, TheBalsavar Lonely King and Queen leads the reader to discover what ‘family’ really means without mystifying the fact of adoption.Meet the Author: Amit Museum 6.00 pm - Chaudhuris The Immortals, a novel about IndianChaudhuri Gardens 6.50 pm classical music in a changing Bombay, was one of the best received books of 2009, a New Yorker, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, Irish Times and Time Out book of the year. Amit speaks about his writing and his music with Ranjit Hoskote.Meet the Author : Upamanyu Musuem 8:00 pm- Chatterjee is an author and administrator notable forChatterjee Gardens 8:850pm his work set in the mileu of the Indian Administrative Service, especially his novel English August.Trespassing in the Nude Museum 9.00 pm - An interactive event to launch 9 Degrees of Justice Gardens 9.30 pm (edited by Bishakha Datta), a contemporary feminist anthology on many questions urban women face today. Meet five of the authors and explore these issues with us via video clips, live chats and micro readings.13Th FEb SUndAyAn Introduction to Freelance Elphinstone 11.00 am - Kavitha Rao brings back her hugely popularJournalism- Part 2 College 4.00 pm workshop that takes beginners through the processConducted by Kavitha Rao Seminar of how to make it as a Freelance Journalist. RoomWriting for Social Media 2 Kala Ghoda 11.00 am - Meet Nimesh Shah of Windchimes Social MediaConducted by The Association 4.00 pm communications, Jigna Kothari founder of The WordWord Jockey Writing & Office Content services, and Juhi Dua Editor of Femina.inCommunications (online) to learn the nuances of writing for Social Media.
  • LITERATUREDisneys Wonderful World BNHS 11.00 am - Go on a quest with Mowgli and learn Colonel Hathi’sof Book Reading 2! 1.00 pm march as Rina Mehta and Payal Kapadia read outFor children of all ages. some brand new stories from The Untold Tales Of Jungle Book. Also discover new friends from the Adventures of Vanayu, Disney’s brand new comic book.The Adventures of Toto BNHS 4.00 pm - Join us as we read two exciting stories from thisthe Auto 4.50 pm newly released series about the adventures of a cheeky Mumbai autorickshaw and his driver Pattu. Great fun for all children between the ages of 3-7 years.The Sorcery Quest by the Museum 4.00 pm - Come dressed in your spookiest best, take part inDesi Rowling- Sonja Gardens 4.50 pm the Sorcery Quest, win prizes and find out how sheChandrachud, author brews up these fantastical tales!of the Potion of Eternityand Pearls of Wisdom.For children aged 10 andabove !!Literature Quiz by the BNHS Hall 5.00 pm - An open quiz in teams of two members eachBombay Quiz Club 6.50 pm covering all aspects of literature from across the world.Poetry Slam (multilingual) Museum 7.00 pm - For poets who are also performers. Compete head toOrganized by Caferati Gardens 8.50 pm head against your peers, and be judged instantly by a panel of practising poets and audience members. Each round will see some poets being eliminated until we have a winner.Prizes Museum 9.00 pm - For the Poetry Slam and the Literature Quiz. Gardens 9.30 pmTo Register for all Literature Workshops - kalaghoda.workshops@gmail.comAcknowledgements :R Sriram, Peter Griffin, Preeti Singh, Ayesha Thomas, Naomi Barton,The Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, BNHS, and Elphinstone College.
  • MUSIC5th Feb SatUrdayTitle Location Time DescriptionHarshi Anand Cafe Samovar 6.30 pm Harshi Anand will sing Bhule Bisre IPTA SongsRekha Bharadwaj Asiatic Steps 8:30pm Rekha Bhradwaj is the famous Indian playSufi - Bollywood back singer who is known for her rusty earthy voice. Rekha will start with Sufi renditions and then sing popular hits from Hindi movies.6th Feb SUndayPrem Joshua & Band Asiatic Steps 6:30pm Drawing inspiration from the deep wellWorld Fusion Music of the ancient music traditions of the Indian sub- continent while remaining in touch of the western contemporary music scene,multi- instrumentalist and composer Prem Joshua and his international band will create a unique sound beyond the borders of East and West.Sunidhi Chauhan Asiatic Steps 8:30pm The new generation voice in BollywoodBollywood and Unplugged Sunidhi is an inborn singer with many hits to her credit.11th Feb FrIdayPaula Jeanine - Indipop Horniman 5:30pm Paula will be singing songs from Circle Garden Melody SkyShaadarsh - Horniman 6:15pm This fusion band from IIT has come first inHindi Fusion Band Circle Garden the Mood Indigo festival this year.The Amit Chaudhari Band Horniman 7:00pm This is the launch gig of Amit Chaudhari"s Circle Garden new CD Found Music.
  • MUSIC Dutch Jazz Expedition Horniman 8:30pm DJ Maestro, Mike Dee Ferro Trio Feat, Circle Garden Izaline Calistee, Anne Chris. 12th Feb SatUrday Nirala Kabir - Gundecha Asiatic Steps 6:15pm Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha are one Brothers of Indias leading exponents of the Dhrupad style of music.They present songs and compositions by the two famous poets Niladri and Kabir. 13th Feb SUnday Ustad Fazal Qureshi Asiatic Steps 6:15pm A rhythmic fusion presentation which and Friends will also have a rhythmic interpretation Percussion Fusion of VandeMaTram. Ravichari-Sitar, Mukul Dongre-Drums, Shridhar Parthsarthy- Mridangan, Dhruv-Guitar. Sonu Niigaam Asiatic Steps 7:30pm Known as the golden voice of India he is a Bollywood performer par excellence.Acknowledgements :Sonu Niigaam Sunidhi Chauhan, Rekha Bharadwaj, Gundecha Brothers, Prem Joshua & Band, GrooveTemple Entertainment, Fazal Qureshi, Consulate General of The Kingdom of Netherlands, Amit Choudhariand Paula Jeanine.For Workshops in Music please refer to the Workshop Section
  • STREET Rampart Row Street5 Th FEb SaTuRday ThEME: bLuE - dREaMS OF WaTERName of the Act Group: Time: DescriptionThe Tarpaulin Princess Siddhika 5.00 pm- Everyday at 5pm, multicolor dream and nightmare(doll) Lahori & The 5.30 pm dolls will open the Street Arts Festival to revive senses Art Loft and let us forget our sorrows.Bubble Parade Julien Mulot & 6.05 pm- The world is like a big blue The Art Loft 6.15 pm bubble, made of water, come and see the aquatic parade with slow motion.Maryada Party Paper Ball 6.35 pm- A chat- pata musical play that answers uncomfortableZindabad Theatre Group 6.50 pm questions on moral policing and personal freedoms.Bubble Parade Julien Mulot & 7.00 pm - The world is like a big blue The Art Loft 7.10 pm bubble, made of water, come and see the aquatic parade with slow motion.BOOND, BINDU & Natsamaj 7.30 pm - Story of a tiny drop, juxtaposed with story of a girlSAGAR 7.55 pm after going through a lot of confusion in her love life agrees to what her parents says.Bubble Parade Julien Mulot & 9.00 pm - The world is like a big blue bubble, made of water, The Art Loft 9.10 pm come and see the aquatic parade with slow motion.6Th FEb Sunday ThEME: GOLd - dREaMS OF FIRE and GLORyVintage Car Fiesta Vintage and 9.30 am Come watch history drive by! classic car club of IndiaGold Doll Julien Mulot 5.00 pm - Everyday at 5.00pm, multicolor and The Art 5.30 pm dream and nightmare dolls will open the Street Arts Loft Festival to revive senses and let us forget our sorrows.
  • STREET Rampart Row StreetMaryada Party Paper Ball 6.00 pm- A chat- pata musical play that answers uncomfortableZindabad Theatre Group 6.20 pm questions on moral policing and personal freedoms.Yash Ka Mulya Natsamaj 7.00 pm - An actors journey from theatre to films in his dream 7.25 pm which becomes nightmare.Gold Flash mobs Julien Mulot & 8:00 pm- 4 gold dreams, 4 gold worlds, incarnated by 4 aerial The Art Loft 8:10 pm performances.7Th FEb MOnday ThEME: GREEn - dREaMS OF VEGETaTIOn and SOundPeacock Doll "Divya Gulati 5.00 pm - Everyday at 5pm, multicolor & The 5.30 pm dream and nightmare dolls will open the Street Arts Art Loft" Festival to revive senses and let us forget our sorrows.Vegetable protest Umami & OMG 8.00 pm - Vegetable protest for an Organic Revolution. 8.40 pmVasudhev Kutumbakam Natsamaj 7.00 pm - Man is brought into the court of green world and 7.20 pm is questioned, why he is destroying the plant life (nature).8Th FEb TuESday ThEME: bLaCK - nIGhTMaRES OF ThE undERGROund WORLdBlack Doll Ekta Chaudhary 5.00 pm - Everyday at 5pm, multicolor dream and nightmare & The Art Loft 5.30 pm dolls will open the Street Arts Festival to revive senses and let us forget our sorrows.Bad thoughts A Myth 6.30 pm - Whats on your mind shall follow your footsteps. featuring 6.45 pm SeriousillyBad thoughts A Myth 7.30 pm - Whats on your mind shall follow your footsteps. featuring 7.45 pm Seriousilly
  • STREET Rampart Row StreetBad thoughts A Myth 8.00 pm - Whats on your mind shall follow your footsteps. featuring 8.15 pm SeriousillyContemporary Dance Hrishikeshs 8.15 pm- A site specific choreographic work dealing with Centre of 9.00 pm architectural corners, human beings, emotions and Contemporary motion within. DanceBad thoughts A Myth 9.30 pm - Whats on your mind shall follow your footsteps. featuring 9.45 pm Seriousilly9Th FEb WEdnESday ThEME: PInK - dREaMS OF SOFTnESSPink Dream Doll Anushya 5.00 pm - Everyday at 5pm, multicolor Sharma & 5.30 pm dream and nightmare dolls will open the Street Arts The Art Loft Festival to revive senses and let us forget our sorrows.Cat Walk of gigantic Umami 6.15 pm - Distribution of organic messages through fruits.fruits red and pink 6. 35 pmberries. + distributionof fruits to the crowd.10Th FEb ThuRSday ThEME: WhITE - dREaMS OF LIGhTnESSPaper Doll Divya Gulati 5.00 pm - Everyday at 5pm, multicolor & The Art Loft 5.30 pm dream and nightmare dolls will open the Street Arts Festival to revive senses and let us forget our sorrows.11Th FEb FRIday ThEME: REd - nIGhTMaRES OF FLaShy CREaTuRESRed doll Anita Poojari & 5.00 pm - Everyday at 5pm, multicolor dream and nightmare dolls The Art Loft 5.30 pm will open the Street Arts Festival to revive senses and let us forget our sorrows.
  • STREET Rampart Row Street12Th FEb SaTuRday ThEME: SILVER - dREaMS OF FuTuRISTIC SPECIESSpectrophobia A Myth & The 5.00 pm - Everyday at 5pm, multicolor Art Loft 5.30 pm dream and nightmare dolls will open the Street Arts Festival to revive senses and let us forget our sorrows/How would you like to meet you?Rules of Engangement Jehan 5.35 pm - It’s a performance installation design to challenge the- II Manekshaw 6. 35 pm viewer to really look at how they think they are seen by those around them. An experimental realm we have probably never been expose to.A cage found a human A Myth 6.40 pm - The self-imprisonment of a spotless soul. 7.20 pmRaw to the Floor High Down 7.30 pm - A challenging street stye hip hop dance. 7.45 pmHair Installation Sapna Bhavnani 8.00 pm - Live Dream Hair installation. Mad-O-Wat 8.30 pmRaw to the Floor High Down 8.40 pm - A challenging street stye hip hop dance. 8.55 pmRaw to the Floor High Down 9.30 pm - A challenging street stye hip hop dance. 9.45 pm13Th FEb Sunday ThEME: RaInbOW - OnE WORLd OF dREaMS and nIGhTMaRESCanvas Doll Pallavi 5.00 pm - Everyday at 5pm, multicolor Barooah & The 5.30 pm dream and nightmare dolls will open the Street Arts Art Loft Festival to revive senses and let us forget our sorrows.Capoeira Centre for 8.30 pm - Marshall Brazilian Dance with Drums. Capoeira India 9.15 pm
  • STREET Rampart Row Street Shikhar Naad & Group, Balmohan 9.15 pm Percussions & Rainbow parade of 9 dolls united. Doll Parade Vidyamandir & 9.45 pm The Art Loft Batucada Centre for 9.00 pm - Dream world united in a gigantic batucada (influenced Capoeira India, 10.00 pm Brazilian percussive style of Samba) followed by Julien Mulot breakdancers, actors, drummers, artists and the & The Art Loft, crowd. High DownbRITISh COunCIL ExhIbIT On dIMEnSIOnS In bRITISh COnTEMPORaRy aRTWalk through the rapidly evolving British arts scene showcasing artists and their 2D, 3D and 4D artDate: 5 February to 13 FebruaryVenue: The Museum Gardens, Kala GhodaSPECIaL LOK TaRanG aCTS OF IndIan FOLK aRTS PRESEnTEd by (WzCC)Bahurupiya from Rajasthan & Gujrat: 5-13th Feb At Regular IntervalsDouble Reed Flute Player: 5-13th Feb At Regular IntervalsPuppeteers: 5-13th Feb At Regular IntervalsKachi Ghodi: 9-13 th Feb At Regular IntervalsaRTS & CRaFT FESTIVaL 5-13 FEb 2011 11.00 am-10.00 pmNGO stalls by Concern India Foundation: Near Lions GateVisual Arts: Parking Lot of Rampart RowArts & Craft Stalls: Rampart Row Street & Pavement GalleryBook Exhibitions: Pavement of he Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya
  • STREET amphitheatre Rampart Row5 Th FEb SaTuRday ThEME: bLuE - dREaMS OF WaTERName of the Act: Group: Time : DescriptionPeacock Dance Sunil Parihar 5.10 pm - A rajasthani folk dance that is slowly diminishing.This is an 5.15 pm effort to revive this popular dance form.Lok Tarang- Folk Gotipua 5.30 pm - The Gotipua form of dance is performed by young boys whoDances of India 5.50 pm dress in female attire. Gotipuas represent the Sakhibhava cult(WZCC) which is based on Lord Krishna. The difficult and intricate movement of the body limbs is called Bandha in Oriya.Lok Tarang- Folk Sidhi Damal 6.00 pm - They dance to the beat of drums and gradually pick up tempoDances of India 6.20 pm and get into trance breaking tossed coconuts on their heads.(WZCC) Just like their ancestors from Africa, Siddis’ are masters of rhythm dance.Peacock Dance Sunil Parihar 6.25 pm - A rajasthani folk dance that is slowly diminishing.This is an 6.30 pm effort to revive this popular dance form.Bubble Parade Julien Mallot 6.45 pm - The world is like a big bluebubble, made of water, come and see and The Art 7.00 pm the aquatic parade with slow motion. LoftThe Tarpaulin Siddhika 7.05 pm - A slow motion catwalk performance by Tarpaulin Princess andPrincess Lahori & The 7.20 pm her goup. Art LoftPeacock Dance Sunil Parihar 7.25 pm - A rajasthani folk dance that is slowly diminishing.This is an 7.30 pm effort to revive this popular dance form.Peacock Dance Sunil Parihar 7.55 pm - A rajasthani folk dance that is slowly diminishing.This is an 8.00 pm effort to revive this popular dance form.
  • amphitheatre Rampart Row STREETLok Tarang- Folk Sidhi Dhamal 8.10 pm- They dance to the beat of drums and gradually pick up tempoDances of India 8.30 pm and get into trance breaking tossed coconuts on their heads.(WZCC) Just like their ancestors from Africa, Siddis’ are masters of rhythm dance.Lok Tarang- Folk Gotipua 8.35 pm - The Gotipua form of dance is performed by young boys whoDances of India 9.00 pm dress in female attire. Gotipuas represent the Sakhibhava cult(WZCC) which is based on Lord Krishna. The difficult and intricate movement of the body limbs is called Bandha in Oriya.Peacock Dance Sunil Parihar 9.05 pm - A rajasthani folk dance that is slowly diminishing.This is an 9.10 pm effort to revive this popular dance form.Classical / Soul Feet and 9.15 pm - A fusion of classical Indian Dance forms - Bharatnatyam andContemporary Art Ecstacy 10.00 pm Kathak dance styles on drums.6Th FEb Sunday ThEME: GOLd - dREaMS OF FIRE and GLORyFamily Welfare Concern Inda 4.30 pm - Street play (on Education) to be performed on the stage, mime Foundation 5.00 pm and dance with singing.Lok Tarang- Folk Gotipua 5.15 pm- The Gotipua form of dance is performed by young boys whoDances of India 5.35 pm dress in female attire. Gotipuas represent the Sakhibhava cult(WZCC) which is based on Lord Krishna. The difficult and intricate movement of the body limbs is called Bandha in Oriya.Lok Tarang- Folk Sidhi Dhamal 5.40 pm- They dance to the beat of drums and gradually pick up tempoDances of India 6.00 pm and get into trance breaking tossed coconuts on their heads.(WZCC) Just like their ancestors from Africa, Siddis’ are masters of rhythm dance.Lok Tarang- Folk Gotipua 7.45 pm - The Gotipua form of dance is performed by young boys whoDances of India 8.05 pm dress in female attire. Gotipuas represent the Sakhibhava cult(WZCC) which is based on Lord Krishna. The difficult and intricate movement of the body limbs is called Bandha in Oriya.
  • STREET amphitheatre Rampart RowLok Tarang- Folk Sidhi Dhamal 8.10 pm - They dance to the beat of drums and gradually pick up tempoDances of India 8.20 pm and get into trance breaking tossed coconuts on their heads.(WZCC) Just like their ancestors from Africa, Siddis’ are masters of rhythm dance.The Light Ahead Namita Bodaji 8.25 pm - An attempt made by two artists to produce visual poetry through 8.55 pm painting and dance.Fire Bandra Fire 9.00 pm - The Fire Jugglers will perform on the beats of the drummers. and Art Ecstacy 10.00 pm7Th FEb MOnday ThEME: GREEn - dREaMS OF VEGETaTIOn and SOundSMILE Concern India 4.30 pm- Song with musical instruments and play on elderly care. Foundation 5.00 pmMakulele Centre for 5.30 pm - An exotic afro brazilian dance and martial art form. Capoeira India 5.50 pmLok Tarang- Folk Purulia Chhau 6.00 pm- Purulia Chhau is a vigorous form of Dance-Drama, drawing itsDances of India (West Bengal 6.20 pm themes from the two great epics-Ramayana and Mahabarata.(WZCC) Folk Dance) Masks and elaborate head-gears are the ornamental apparels of Chhau Dancers.Lok Tarang- Folk Kalbelia 6.25 pm - Women dance inspired by the rhythmic beat of the daf and theDances of India (Rajasthan Folk 6.45 pm plaintive notes of the been which highlights the unparalleled(WZCC) Dance) virtuosity of the dancers often reminiscent of the graceful and supple movements of snake.Save the tiger OMG 6.50 pm - Today ecology has become a major concept for us, and tiger 7.10 pm poaching contributes to it in a big way. it is not only a major concern for the existence of the royal species, but also for our environment. So, OMG will present to you, the importance of conservation of Tigers in a humorous way.
  • amphitheatre Rampart Row STREETLok Tarang- Folk Purulia Chhau 7.30 pm - Purulia Chhau is a vigorous form of Dance-Drama, drawing itsDances of India (West Bengal 8.00 pm themes from the two great epics-Ramayana and Mahabarata.(WZCC) Folk Dance) Masks and elaborate head-gears are the ornamental apparels of Chhau Dancers.Lok Tarang- Folk Kalbelia 8.10 pm - Women dance inspired by the rhythmic beat of the daf and theDances of India (Rajasthan Folk 8.40 pm plaintive notes of the been which highlights the unparalleled(WZCC) Dance) virtuosity of the dancers often reminiscent of the graceful and supple movements of snake.Rakasthani Folk Sunil Parihar 8.50 pm - This is a stage renderation of traditional martial art form from and Art Ecstacy 10.00 pm Kerala .8Th FEb TuEday ThEME: bLaCK - nIGhTMaRES OF ThE undERGROund WORLdLok Tarang- Folk Purulia Chhau 6.00 pm - Purulia Chhau is a vigorous form of Dance-Drama, drawing itsDances of India (West Bengal 6.20 pm themes from the two great epics-Ramayana and Mahabarata.(WZCC) Folk Dance) Masks and elaborate head-gears are the ornamental apparels of Chhau Dancers.Lok Tarang- Folk Kalbelia 6.25 pm - Women dance inspired by the rhythmic beat of the daf and theDances of India (Rajasthan Folk 6.55 pm plaintive notes of the been which highlights the unparalleled(WZCC) Dance)" virtuosity of the dancers often reminiscent of the graceful and supple movements of snake.The story of black Dhvandwa 7.00 pm - A play showcasing all the feelings that go with the color. All 7.20 pm things Black and and beautiful,evil,dreamy or nightmarish.Main Manushyiu Natsamaj 7.30 pm - How through postive thinking one can control their six emotionsHoon 7.55 pm (Enemies)by use of body movements .Third Space Hrishikeshs 8.00 pm - It’s a choreographic work dealing with architectural Centre of 8.15 pm corners,human beings,emotions and motion within. Contemporary Dance
  • STREET amphitheatre Rampart RowLok Tarang- Folk Kalbelia 8.25 pm - Women dance inspired by the rhythmic beat of the daf and theDances of India (Rajasthan Folk 8.40 pm plaintive notes of the been which highlights the unparalleled(WZCC) Dance)" virtuosity of the dancers often reminiscent of the graceful and supple movements of snake.Lok Tarang- Folk Purulia Chhau 8.45 pm - Purulia Chhau is a vigorous form of Dance-Drama, drawing itsDances of India (West Bengal 9.00 pm themes from the two great epics-Ramayana and Mahabarata.(WZCC) Folk Dance) Masks and elaborate head-gears are the ornamental apparels of Chhau Dancers.Another Dream Dawadaru 9.05 pm - An audio visual act about the fake dreams we pursue.Burnt Alive 10.00 pm 9Th FEb WEdnESday ThEME: PInK - dREaMS OF SOFTnESSCat Walk of Umami 6.00 pm - A catwalk of life sized fruits with red and pink berries with angigantic fruits red 6:15pm organic ecological message.and pink berries.+ distribution offruits to the crowdLok Tarang- Folk Oyillattam 6.25 pm - This dance facing the danger of extinction symbolizes the fightDances of India (Tamil Nadu 6.55 pm between Mahishasur and Durga Devi and the fight between(WZCC) Folk Dance) Peacock and snake is very popular.Lok Tarang- Folk Pung cholam 7.05 pm - In this dance, the drummer identifies completely with theDances of India (Manipur Folk 7.30 pm intricate rhythms he plays on the drum and expresses it through(WZCC) Dance) corresponding body movements and footwork.Bhim and Meena Naik 7.40 pm - A Puppet show.Hanuman 8.10 pmLok Tarang- Folk Oyillattam 8.20 pm - This dance facing the danger of extinction symbolizes the fightDances of India (Tamil Nadu 8.35 pm between Mahishasur and Durga Devi and the fight between(WZCC) Folk Dance) Peacock and snake is very popular.
  • amphitheatre Rampart Row STREETLok Tarang- Folk Pung cholam 8.45 pm - In this dance, the drummer identifies completely with theDances of India (Manipur Folk 9.00 pm intricate rhythms he plays on the drum and expresses it through(WZCC) Dance) corresponding body movements and footwork.Would you be Dawadaru 9.05 pm - An audio visual expression of love.my cat? 10.00 pm10 Th FEb ThuRSday ThEME: WhITE - dREaMS OF LIGhTnESSLok Tarang- Folk Pung cholam 6.00 pm - In this dance, the drummer identifies completely with theDances of India (Manipur Folk 6.30 pm intricate rhythms he plays on the drum and expresses it through(WZCC) Dance) corresponding body movements and footwork.Lok Tarang- Folk Oyillattam 6.35 pm - This dance facing the danger of extinction symbolizes the fightDances of India (Tamil Nadu 7.05 pm between Mahishasur and Durga Devi and the fight between(WZCC) Folk Dance) Peacock and snake is very popular.Bhim and Meena Naik 7.15 pm - A Puppet show.Hanuman 7.45 pmLok Tarang- Folk Pung cholam 7.55 pm - In this dance, the drummer identifies completely with theDances of India (Manipur Folk 8.10 pm intricate rhythms he plays on the drum and expresses it through(WZCC) Dance) corresponding body movements and footwork.Lok Tarang- Folk Oyillattam 8.15 pm - This dance facing the danger of extinction symbolizes the fightDances of India (Tamil Nadu 8.35 pm between Mahishasur and Durga Devi and the fight between(WZCC) Folk Dance) Peacock and snake is very popular.Taal Inc and Art Drum Circles 8.45 pm - A dance act which brings street and stylized popular danceEcstacy 10.00 pm forms together.11 Th FEb FRIday ThEME: REd - nIGhTMaRES OF FLaShy CREaTuRESLok Tarang- Folk Bhangra 5.30 pm - Dancers perform to the rhythm of a drum called Dhol to a tempoDances of India (Punjab) 5.45 pm where sound and movement merge into frenzied ecstasy.(WZCC)
  • STREET amphitheatre Rampart RowLok Tarang- Folk Bihu (Assam) 5.55 pm- The Bihu dance is an expression of youths exuberanceDances of India 6.10 pm and vigour. They perform this dance with drums and many(WZCC) indigenous musical instruments.Lok Tarang- Folk Mewasi 6.20 pm - Mewasi is the tribal dance of Gujarat. The Rama Dhol, SarnaiDances of India (Gujarat) 6.35 pm and Thali are the main instruments.(WZCC)Rajasthani Bhavai Sunil Parihar 6.45 pm - A matka dance popularised by the talbelia in Rajasthan.Nritya 7.00 pmKaragatam St. Lawrence 7.10 pm - The Traditional Folk Dance of Tamil Nadu involves balancing a School, 7.20 pm pot on the head. SantacruzAcoustic & Traveling River 7.30 pm - Traveling River Band takes its music seriously and the seriousUnplugged Band 7.45 pm musically.Lok Tarang- Folk Bhangra 7.50 pm - Dancers perform to the rhythm of a drum called Dhol to a tempoDances of India (Punjab) 8.05 pm where sound and movement merge into frenzied ecstasy.(WZCC)Lok Tarang- Folk Bihu (Assam) 8.15 pm - The Bihu dance is an expression of youths exuberanceDances of India 8.30 pm and vigour. They perform this dance with drums and many(WZCC) indigenous musical instruments.Lok Tarang- Folk Mewasi 8.40 pm - Mewasi is the tribal dance of Gujarat. The Rama Dhol, SarnaiDances of India (Gujarat) 8.55 pm and Thali are the main instruments.(WZCC)Keli and Art Thayambaka 9.00 pm- A traditional rajasthani folk dance with swords.Ecstacy 10.00 pm
  • amphitheatre Rampart Row STREET12Th FEb SaTuRday ThEME: SILVER - dREaMS OF FuTuRISTIC SPECIESLok Tarang- Folk Bhangra 5.30 pm - Dancers perform to the rhythm of a drum called Dhol to a tempoDances of India (Punjab) 5.45 pm where sound and movement merge into frenzied ecstasy.(WZCC)Lok Tarang- Folk Bihu (Assam) 5.55 pm - The Bihu dance is an expression of youths exuberanceDances of India 6.10 pm and vigour. They perform this dance with drums and many(WZCC) indigenous musical instruments.Lok Tarang- Folk Mewasi 6.20 pm - Mewasi is the tribal dance of Gujarat. The Rama Dhol, SarnaiDances of India (Gujarat) 6.35 pm and Thali are the main instruments.(WZCC)Raw to the Floor High Down - 6.40 pm - A challenging street style hip hop dance. Vicky Shriyan 7.00 pmLok Tarang- Folk 7.10 pm - Dancers perform to the rhythm of a drum called Dhol to a tempoDances of India Bhangra 7.25 pm where sound and movement merge into frenzied ecstasy.(WZCC) (Punjab)Lok Tarang- Folk Bihu (Assam) 7.35 pm - The Bihu dance is an expression of youths exuberanceDances of India 7.50 pm and vigour. They perform this dance with drums and many(WZCC) indigenous musical instruments.Lok Tarang- Folk Mewasi 8.00 pm - Mewasi is the tribal dance of Gujarat. The Rama Dhol, SarnaiDances of India (Gujarat) 8.15 pm and Thali are the main instruments.(WZCC)Ring of Fire SOOT: School 8.25 pm - A theatrical compostion of characters using coloured flames, of Original 8.55 pm representing the color palette between light and dark. Thought
  • STREET amphitheatre Rampart Row Sufi Splendour , Sufi and 9.00 pm - Sufi whirling a traditonal dance form with spiritual dimension Reza Baba and Art Capeiora 10.00 pm will be combined with capoeira,a traditional martial art from Ecstacy Latin America. Sunday 13 Th FEb ThEME: RaInbOW - OnE WORLd OF dREaMS and nIGhTMaRES Lok Tarang- Folk 4:00pm - Dancers perform to the rhythm of a drum called Dhol to a tempo Dances of India Bhangra 4:15pm where sound and movement merge into frenzied ecstasy. (WZCC) (Punjab) Lok Tarang- Folk Bihu (Assam) 4.20 pm - The Bihu dance is an expression of youths exuberance Dances of India 4.35 pm and vigour. They perform this dance with drums and many (WZCC) indigenous musical instruments. Lok Tarang- Folk Mewasi 4.45 pm - Mewasi is the tribal dance of Gujarat. The Rama Dhol, Sarnai Dances of India (Gujarat) 5.00 pm and Thali are the main instruments. (WZCC) Rajasthani Bhavai Sunil Parihar 5.10 pm - A rajasthani folk dance that is slowly diminishing.This is an Nritya 5.25 pm effort to revive this popular dance form. Makulele Centre for 5.35 pm - Style of Brazilian Martial Art Dance. Capoeira India 5.55 pm The Light Ahead Namita Bodaji 7.45 pm - An attempt made by two artists to produce visual poetry through 8.15 pm painting and dance.Acknowledgements :West Zone Cultural Center (WZCC Udaipur, MOC, GOI), Patricia DSouza, Julien Mulot,Gaurav Bose,ShoebMashadi (Photographer), Isabelle Viola (Photographer), Anita Anand (Photographer),Dyvia Gulati,HrishikeshPawar,Reza Massah, Janit Gambhir, Sapna Bhavnani, Jehan Manekshaw, A Myth, Umami, Manoj Balaji, Zia Nath,Ekta Chaudhary, Areeba Khan and Volunteers for the parades (Designers, Actors, Models, Performers)
  • THEATRE5th FEB SATURDAYMunshi Premchand NGMA Auditorium 5.30 pm - 6.30 pm Presented by Mujeeb KhanShort StoriesHelp Desk NGMA Auditorium 8.30 pm - 9.30 pm Presented By No License YetLove On The Brink K R Cama Hall 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm Presented By Lillete Dubey6th FEB SUNDAYPant on Fire Artists Centre 7.00 pm - 8.00 pm Presented by Sorabh Pant & Kunal RaoMain Krishnaa Krishna Ki NGMA Auditorium 8.30 pm - 9.30 pm Presented By Bombay KannanWhatever You Say K R Cama Hall 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm Presented By No License Yet7th FEB MONDAYMunshi Premchand NGMA Auditorium 6.00 pm - 7.00 pm Presented by Mujeeb KhanShort StoriesCut ! NGMA Auditorium 8.30 pm - 9.30 pm Presented By Last Minute ProductionsProject S.T.R.I.P. K R Cama Hall 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm Presented By QTP8TH FEB TUESDAYMunshi Premchand’s Stories NGMA Auditorium 6.00 pm - 7.00 pm Presented by Mujeeb KhanManch Andhere Mein NGMA Auditorium 8.30 pm - 9.30 pm Presented By Virat KalodbhavThe Interview K R Cama Hall 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm Presented By Akarsh Khurana9TH FEB WEDNESDAYMunshi Premchand’s Stories NGMA Auditorium 6.00 pm - 7.00 pm Presented by Mujeeb KhanPrashn Panchali NGMA Auditorium 8.30 pm - 9.30 pm Presented By ANKOff Season K R Cama Hall 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm Presented By Hi Pot In Use Tri Angle
  • THEATRE10TH FEB THURSDAYMunshi Premchand’s Stories NGMA Auditorium 6.00 pm - 7.00 pm Presented by Mujeeb KhanEk Madhavbaug Artists Centre 6.30 pm - 7.30 pm Presented by Humsafar Trust(Play Reading)Khatijabai NGMA Auditorium 8.30 pm - 9.30 pm Presented By QTPWhat The Butler Saw K R Cama Hall 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm Presented By Akvarious11TH FEB FRIDAYCrystal Anniversary NGMA Auditorium 7.30 pm - 8.30 pm Presented by Artists StudioMad Horses NGMA Auditorium 9.00 pm - 10.00 pm Presented by Alyque Padamsee & Gary RichardsonSex Morality & Censorship K R Cama Hall 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm Presented By Sunil Shanbaug12TH FEB SATURDAYMunshi Premchand’s Stories NGMA Auditorium 5.30 pm - 6.30 pm Presented by Mujeeb KhanWe Draupadi’s & Sita’s NGMA Auditorium 8.00 pm - 9.30 pm Presented By Kali TheatreRefund K R Cama Hall 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm Presented By RangshilaImprov Comedy Artists Centre 7.30 pm Improv Comedy by Shaun Williams13TH FEB SUNDAYLove Bytes NGMA Auditorium 6.30 pm - 7.45 pm Presented By Divya PalatMirza Ghalib Ki Haveli K R Cama Hall 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm Presented By Mujeeb Khan
  • Visual artsArtist Title Supported By Location DescriptionAditi Dikshit & Divya Agarwal Whats Yours is Rampart Row Installation MinePapiertheatre Nürenberg Beyond Price MMB Rampart Row Interactive InstallationOihika Chakrabarti Yeh Hai Mumbai Manahkshetra Rampart Row Video Installation Shahariya Tu Dekh FoundationVeguri Ravindra Babu Aspiring Aura Art Parking Lot Installation ReconciliationVivek Sonawane Happy Kingdom Rampart Row SculptureVivek Sonawane Post Boxes Rampart Row SculptureShreyas Khanvilkar A Visual Rampart Row Sculpture HorsepowerLalit Patil Synonyms of Loss Rampart Row InstallationDomnic Anthony Time Machine Rampart Row InstallationMeena Deewangan & Spider Tree on SuspendedMonika Deewangan Rampart Row InstallationDibakar Das, Vaishali Kalpataru Rampart Row InstallationKhude, Ulhas Kagde & & Tree onAjay Joshi Rampart RowSimit Raveshia Vatsalaya Studio Anahat Rampart Row InstallationSimit Raveshia Square Foot Studio Anahat Rampart Row InstallationSunaina Bhalla About Us Rampart Row Installation
  • Visual artsHetal Shukla Ambe-ssador Rampart Row Satirical InstallationDilip Vaity Save Nature Grow Rampart Row Suspended Treasure InstallationMangesh Rajguru EURO 14 Rampart Row InstallationRyszard Litwinuik, Nature Artists Yusuf Meherally Rampart Row ProgressivePark Bongi, Myriam du Interactive Art Centre and HSBC and Horniman InstallationManoir, Patrick Neuress Installation CircleCheo, Shilpa Joglekar,Prashant Jogdand,Raman AdoneShreyas Khanvilkar Tribute to the Lost Horniman Sculpture Souls CircleMeghna Loke Ill Poke You Rampart Row SculptureParveen Kaur Crack It CSMVS Garden Interactive GameBalwant Sheth School of Map Interactions NMIMS College Amphitheater Installation and StreetArchitecture and Parking Lot FurnitureRamakant Suryavanshi Serpents on the Pavement Interactive Exhibit Tree of Life outside JAGNishith Mehta City Project Parking Lot InstallationMurali Raman Fenester Parking Lot InstallationRithika Merchant Worlds Within CSMVS Garden Book Installation WordsPriyanshu Thakur Boot Race with Foot CSMVS Garden Papier Mache Sculpture
  • Visual artsKashyap S Rawat High-Lights Outside MMB PVC pipe lightingKashyap S Rawat Psychedelic Avatar CSMVS Garden InstallationKashyap S Rawat Street Signage Around Kala Corrugated box Ghoda Precinct signageVikram Sood Un-End! Trees on Lighting from Rampart Row recycled materials and at CSMVS GardenPushkar Nagwekar The Zooid Island on Augmented Sculpture Rampart RowPuneet Bhatnagar Mumbai for KGA Entrance of Interactive Archway Creativity Rampart Row InstallationPankaj Gharde Mumbaism Rampart Row InstallationBilmat Zeramicz Kala Ghoda & Bilmat Zeramicz Exhibition of Studio Other Creatures Art pottery of Jyotsna Bhatt, Vinod Daroz, Panthini Thakker, Nehal Rachh, Anju Pawar, Jagruti Datta, Foram Thakore, Neha Goswamy, Chiraya Sinha & Anuhi Bhatt, from The Ceramic Centre Baroda.Studio Potters Market Studio Potters Pavement Gallery Pottery - On Market outside JAG Weekends OnlyHimanshu S. Booked Street Outside JAG Book Installation
  • Visual artsNanhi Kali, Mumbai Mumbai through Childrens Area Paintings and MixedMobile Creches, Chip My Eyes Media& EAR Society for theHearing ImpairedVipta Kapadia Viptas Black & Museum Paintings White Space GalleryArun Puranik Visual History of Coomaraswamy Bollywood Hindi Cinema Hall MemorabiliaKrsna Mehta One World Parking Lot Textile InstallationGhanshyam Gupta Serpent Chair Parking Lot Utility SculptureIlyas Ahmed To What And To Around the Kala Scrap Metal Whom Do You Ghoda Precinct Sculptures Open The Door Of Your Mind?Pia Goswamy My Place is Rampart Row Video Installation PlacelessSharmila Samant Mrigjal - The Mohile Parikh Outside MMB Installation Mirage Center & ArtOxygenMeena Naik Puppets Childrens Area InstallationSOFT Pune Costumes of Parking Lot Exhibit MaharashtraGalerie Mirchandani & Fifth Anniversary Sunny House, ExhibitSteinruecke Show of the Gallery behind Taj Artist Mahal Hotel - 11th Feb
  • Visual artsPhotograPhyPhotographer Title Supported By LocationSanjiv Valsan View from the Ground KGA Parking LotVivek R. Singh My Grandparents Legacy, Casa Soul Fry One World, One LifeJoshi Daniel Faces Pavement GalleryAwaaz-E-Niswan Zist Tarashi : Sculpting Pavement Gallery LivesAbhishek Gupta, Tuka Karve & Bombay to Mumbai Dinodia Photo Pavement GalleryVishwanath Mishra. LibraryAnil Dave, Arun Kumar & Enhancing Vastu Dinodia Photo Pavement GalleryRavi Shekhar LibraryAshvin Mehta, Hari Mahidhar Incredible India Dinodia Photo Pavement Gallery& T. S. Satyan LibraryNoshirwan Mistry Face Impact - Interactive Pavement GalleryTalha I-Phoneography Artists CentreKaushal Parikh One World Artists CentreBondaiah Adepu Kumbh Mela Artists CentreAparna Jayakumar Flex Feroze! Art EntranceSanjiv Valsan Outside Toms Art EntranceMurali Raman Bordering On Parsiana Art EntranceShiresh Karrale The Old World Photo Parking Lot Studio - InteractiveSamar Jodha Bhopal - A Silent Picture Rampart Row - 7th to 13th Feb
  • Visual artsWorkshoPs & Discussions6th Feb sunDayDigital Fine Art WorkshopWorkshop- Age: 10 yrs plus. 2.00 pm Artists Centre Jatan Atara is a versatile and innovativePrior registration mandatory. photographer and a Digital Art(Restricted no. 20) Specialist.email: artistscentre@gmail.com Bring your own laptop.7th Feb MonDayEarth to Sky - Digital 12 noon Artists Centre Himanshu Sheth, ProfessionalPhotography demystified. Onwards Commercial Photographer.Prior registration mandatory. Bring your own camera.(Restricted no. 20)email: artistscentre@gmail.comCalligraphy plus Installation 5.00 pm - BNHS Achyut Palav is a renowned master of 7.00 pm modern calligraphy.8th Feb tuesDayCalligraphy - Age: 15 yrs 11.00 am - Artists Centre By Rajan Jagtap.and above. Prior registration 5.00 pmmandatory. (Restricted no. 20)email: artistscentre@gmail.comLive Demo - Black and White 6.00 pm. Artists Centre Well known Artist Ajay De will conductin Colour. an interactive demo.
  • Visual arts9th Feb WeDnesDayAn Evening Talk: Dimensions 6.00 pm CSMVS Nancy Adajania, writer and curator, andin British Contemporary Art Garden Jitish Kallat, fine artist, in conversation(in collaboration with British with Katherine Rose.Council)10th Feb thursDayAn introduction to the Masters 2.00 pm Artists Centre By Aparna Jayakumar, Professionalof Photography Commercial Independent Photographer. Bring your own camera.11th Feb FriDayMasks in Art Therapy. For 2.00 pm Artists Centre Sonie is a practising Art Therapist.Adults. Prior registrationmandatory (Restricted no. 20)email: artistscentre@gmail.comClay in Conversations, 2011 4.00 pm - 7.00 pm ICIA Gallery The Pandits - A Family in Clay Adil Writer - Conversations in Clay Neha Kudchadkar - The Charles Wallace experience Reyaz Badaruddin- Conversations in Clay Rashi Jain - North East Travels Sonia Jamal - Smoke firing at Reni Pani Ceramic residencies in India: Baroda Centre - Nehal Rachh, Sanskriti Kendra- Rekha Bajpee, Satori Studio and Maihar, M.P- Neha Pullarwar, Sandeep Manchekar- Spanish Lustre in Turkey.
  • Visual arts12th Feb saturDayDigital Fine Art Workshop 2.00 pm Artists Centre Jatan Atara is a versatile and innovativeAge: 18 yrs plus. Prior photographer and a Digital Artregistration mandatory Specialist.(Restricted no. 20) Bring your own laptop.email: artistscentre@gmail.comAppreciation of Indian 1.30 pm - 3.00 pm Seminar Room Tushar Sethi, Director - The Art TrustContemporary Art CSMVS Workshop by AVID13th Feb sunDayThe Indian Art Market 11.00 am - Seminar Room Dinesh Vazirani: saffronart.com 12.30 pm CSMVS Workshop by AVIDAcknowledgements:Academy of Fine Art and Craft, Rachna College of Applied Arts and Crafts, SVT College of Home ScienceFor Workshops in Visual Arts please refer to the Workshop Section
  • WORKSHOPS5tH Feb SatuRdayDemonstration of Eco-friendly paper mache 2.00 p.m. Artists Centre Kawita Thakurhandicraft & nameplates.Good health for life for all. 5.00 pm Artists Centre R.R. Oomerbhoy’s Nutritionist and welness presentation and Live Cooking demonstrations of healthy recipes followed by interactive session.6tH Feb SundayColor Codes 11 - 1.00 Artists Centre Latika Khosla loves sharing her love for color with people and makes it as easy as one two three!Digital Fine Art Workshop 2.00 pm Artists Centre Jatan Atara is a versatile and innovativeAge: 10 yrs plus Prior photographer and a Digital Art Specialistregistration mandatory(Restricted no. 20) email:artistscentre@gmail.comStand up Comedy "Pant on Fire" 7.00 pm Artists Centre Sorabh Pant and Kunal Rao7tH Feb MOndayEarth to Sky - Digital 12 noon Artists Centre Himanshu Sheth, Professional CommercialPhotography demystified . onwards Photographer. For photo enthusiasts, whoPrior registration have little to no knowledge on digitalmandatory (Restricted photography this work shops aims to clearno. 20) Participants to all phobias attached to the digital mediumbring their own cameras. & guide you towards taking better digitalemail: artistscentre@gmail. photos. Participants to bring their owncom cameras
  • WORKSHOPSInsights into Traditional 6.00 p.m. - Artists Centre Enter the worlds of Kalyan Joshi of Bhilwara;Paramparik Arts 8 p.m. Venkat Shyam Gond of Madhya Pradesh; andParichay-Film S. Shakir Ali of Jaipur. Each narrate the process of painting in their traditional styles. Presented by Angana JhaveriCalligraphy plus 5.00 pm - BNHS Achyut Palav is a world renownedInstallation Prior 7.00 pm calligrapher and master of modernregistration mandatory calligraphy.(Restricted no. 20) email:artistscentre@gmail.com8tH Feb tueSdayCalligraphy. Age:15 yrs 11.00 am - Artists Centre Rajan Jagtap. Calligrapher will conductand above.Prior registration 5.00 pm both English and Devnagiri scripts.mandatory (Restricted no. 20)email: artistscentre@gmail.comLive Demo - Art in Black and 6.00 pm. Artists Centre Well known Artist Ajay De to conduct anWhite in Colour interactive demo9tH Feb WedneSdayDiscover your Inner Talent 11.00 am - Artists Centre Interactive Workshop with the aimPrior registration mandatory 1.00 pm of raising awareness about self(Restricted no. 20) transformation, creating a new person outemail: artistscentre@gmail.com of yourself.Dance Movement Therapy 6.00 p.m. Artists Centre Dance Dilshad Dance Therapist & Founder,Prior registration mandatory The Creative Movement(Restricted no. 20)email: artistscentre@gmail.com
  • WORKSHOPS10tH Feb tHuRSdayAn introduction to the 2.00 pm Artists Centre Aparna Jayakumar, IndependentMasters of Photography Photography ProfessionalPrior registration mandatory(Restricted no. 40)email: artistscentre@gmail.comEk Madhavbaug - Play 6.30 pm Artists Centre Presented by Vivek AnandReading by Humsafar Trust11tH Feb FRidayMasks in Art Therapy for 2.00 pm Artists Centre Sonie is a practising Art Therapist, trainerAdults Prior registration and a compere.mandatory (Restricted no. 20)email: artistscentre@gmail.comEarth to Sky - Digital 4.30 pm Artists Centre Himanshu Sheth, Professional CommercialPhotography demystified . onwards Photographer. For photo enthusiasts,Prior registration mandatory who have little to no knowledge on digital(Restricted no. 20) Participants photography this work shops aims toto bring their own cameras. clear all phobias attached to the digitalemail: artistscentre@gmail.com medium & guide you towards taking better digital photos. Participants to bring their own camerasMumbai in the time of 4.30 pm - BNHS Presenters: Dr. R V Sharma, DarrylClimate 7.30 pm DMonte, Prof T Jayaraman, Meena Menon,Change - Seminar & Panel Praful Bidwai, Jyoti Mhapsekar, AbhishekDiscussion Bharadwaj, Ubai Hussein
  • WORKSHOPSFeb 12 SatuRdayRaga to Bollywood 11.00 am Artists Centre Music therapy and Stress. IntroductionA workshop on Indian Music. to Indian Classical Music. The universalBy Sunita Bhuyan Seven Notes in Music. The science and Art of Indian music. A Short demo on the violin with the Indian percussion accompaniment of tablaDigital Fine Art Workshop 2.00 pm Artists Centre Jatan Atara is a versatile and innovativeAge: 18 yrs plus Prior photographer and a Digital Art Specialistregistration mandatory(Restricted no. 20)email: artistscentre@gmail.comImprov Comedy Show 7.30 pm Artists Centre Improv Comedy by Shaun Williams13tH Feb SundayColour Therapy 11.00 am - Artists Centre Amisha Mehta 1.00 pmItaly meets India- Perfetto 5.00 pm Artists Centre R.R. Oomerbhoy’s Nutritionist andPasta live demo welness presentation and Live Cooking demonstrations of healthy recipes followed by interactive session.
  • Avid Spectrum @ Prince of Wales Museum - Seminar Hall Avid-The School of Continuous Learning, an Essar Family Foundation Initiative, in partnership with Kalaghoda Association, brings festival goers an unique opportunity to experience a Spectrum of Arts. A two day sojourn in the realm of Aesthetics, Art, Literature, Cinema, Dance and Music presented by industry experts like Jerry Pinto, Anuvab Pal, Alka Lajmi and Chandrahas Choudhury amongst others. www.avidedu.in Feb 12 SatuRday Aesthetics: Understanding 10:30 am - 12.30pm Presented by Dr.Gauri Mahulikar Dr. Madhavi Narsalay beauty & emotion Dept. of Sanskrit, University of Mumbai Art, Aesthetics & Auctions 1.30 pm to 3.00pm Presented by Dinesh Vazirani (CEO & Co-Founder – Saffronart) Literature: The Passion for 3.30 pm to 5.00pm Presented by Jerry Pinto, Author and Poet (National Reading Award Winner) Dance: A Multicultural 5.30 pm to 7.00pm Presented by Smita Mahajan and Alka Lajmi Dancer, Language Teacher, Choreographer, Lyricist & Vocalist Feb 13 Sunday Art: A Channel of Expression 11:00 am - 12.30pm Presented by Tushar Sethi (Director - The Art Trust) Cinema: Humor in Indian Cinema 1.30 pm to 3.00pm Presented by Anuvab Pal, Playwright and screenplay writer Literature: A Mirror of Life 3.30 pm to 5.00pm Presented by Chandrahas Choudhury, Novelist & Literary Critic Music: The Music within us. 5.30 pm to 7.00pm Presented by Ameya Naik, Music Composer & Percussionist Age: 12 yrs plus Email: register@avidedu.in, SMS: 9920986540. Prior registration mandatory (Restricted no. 80)Acknowledgements: Ami Patel, Maya, Vinta Nanda. Rupali Guha, Artistss Centre, Bombay Natural HistorySociety, The Ceramic Arts Gallery, The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Avid Spectrum and allthe Faculty, Instructors and Presenters for their support.For Workshops in Literature, Visual Arts, Films please refer to the respective sections.
  • Map ofMap ofGhoda Art Precinct Kala Kala Ghoda Art Precinct 1 1 National Gallery Of Of National Gallery Z Z T TO AMIC T TO AMIC MA Modern Art (NGMA) (Theatre) MA Modern Art (NGMA) (Theatre) BIL BIL R Elphinstone College (Literature) & Asiatic Steps 2 R ZE Elphinstone College (Literature) & Asiatic Steps 2 ZE 13 3 Museum Garden (Literature) 15 13 3 Museum Garden (Literature) 14 15 8 4 Coomaraswamy Hall (Films) Coomaraswamy Hall (Films) TOWARDS HORNIMAN CIRCLE 18 14 8 4 K. DU 5 Children Section TOWARDS HORNIMAN CIRCLE 18 12 BA K. DU 14 SH 5 6 Children Section Max Mueller Bhavan (MMB) 12 MA BA RG SH 12 14 (R 17 M 5 AM 6 7 KGA Help Desk Bhavan (MMB) Max Mueller AR PA G 12 RT 17 5 ( 6 3 RA RO 7 Rampart Row Amphitheatre Stage 8 KGA Help Desk MP W 12 AR7 12 ) 10 4 8 9 Artist Center Ador House (Workshops) 6 T RO AM 9 8 Rampart Row Amphitheatre Stage 3 W PH IT HE 10 K. R. Cama Oriental Institute (Theatre) D 12 7 12 ) A 10 16 ROA 4 AM 8 TR E 9 Artist Center Ador House (Workshops) PH 9 11 Bombay Natural History Society DHI LION GATE IT 12 HE 10 (BNHS)Cama Oriental K. R. (Workshops) Institute (Theatre) D 16 GAN AT ROA RE 12 Street Stalls 11 Bombay Natural History Society A HI ATM LION GATE 12 13 KGA Office (Literature) (BNHS) (Workshops) AND MAH 2 AD 14 Parking Lot & Rampart Row (Visual Arts) Street Stalls MA G RO 12 H 11 SI NG 13 Rhythm House 15 KGA Office (Literature) AT AT MAH 2 AG 16 Scottish Church 1 BH AD 14 Parking Lot & Rampart Row (Visual Arts) ID RO 17 Jehangir Art Gallery AH H SH 11 NG 15 Rhythm House MADA SI 18 Army Navy Building AT ME CA MA RO AD G 16 Scottish Church BHA 1 WELLINGTON FOUNTAIN H ID 17 Jehangir Art Gallery SHA MADAM 18 Army Navy Building E CAM A ROAD WELLINGTON FOUNTAIN REGAL CINEMA REGAL CINEMAAll Programmes subject to changeFor latest updates log on to: www.kalaghodaassociation.com
  • The Kala Ghoda Art District is a crescent-shaped precinct, with its concentration of museums, art galleries, educa-tional institutions, boutiques and restaurants, has the finest array of heritage buildings in the city and has emergedas an important art and cultural centre, thronged by visitors and tourists from across the globe.Kala Ghoda’s buildings give the area a distinct visual identity. There are over 100,000 square feet of existing indoorgallery space, mass outdoor pavement galleries and exhibition spaces within the covered arcades, making the area aliving, breathing Urban Museum. Support infrastructure like lecture halls, convocation halls and conference facilities,in Mumbai University, Elphinstone College and other institutions, gives the precinct a unique place in the world of artand culture.Kala Ghoda is a magnet for creative talent. Artists, food connoisseurs, fashion designers, architecture buffs; theyflock here.With the funds from The Kala Ghoda Arts Festival and support from generous sponsors, The Kala Ghoda Associationhas helped physically improve the area, restoring buildings and facades, installing people-friendly street furnitureand improving the amenities.
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