Calendar of Events ( 6-12 February, 2023 )

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  • Music
    MUSIC - Santoor recital by Divyansh Srivastava, disciple of Pt. Bhajan Sopori. Followed by Hindustani Classical Vocal recital by Srivani Jade, senior disciple of Pt. Parameshwar Hegde. Collab. SAAMAL, Shanti Agrawal Association of Music, Art & Literature.
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    Venue : The Theatre

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    5th Awadh Art Festival - A group exhibition of paintings (oil, acrylic), sculpture( brass), clay and mixed medium.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    03rd February - 06th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    An Exhibition Of Indian Wildlife Paintings In Support Of Wildlife Conservation - A solo wildlife painting exhibition by Sunita Dhairyam.

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    01st February - 09th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Serenity - An exhibition of paintings by Nisha Dial.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    06th February - 10th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - “Two Wheels” is an exhibition that explores the need for improved cycling infrastructure in the city through art. India’s transport sector is the country’s third highest Greenhouse Gas contributor. Today, as roads widen to accommodate more cars, the space for non-motorized transport shrinks. Cyclists and pedestrians are amongst the least respected road users, often raising concerns about safety. This issue becomes even more important when we think about cyclists, who travel for their livelihood daily. The time to decarbonise the transport sector is now and improving the quality of infrastructure for walking and cycling is key. This exhibition is part of the efforts of the Sustainable Mobility Network; a pan India network of 20+ organizations with an overarching vision to push towards ‘Zero Emissions, Zero Exclusion, and Zero Road Deaths’. Active since 2020, the network is working towards creating a more enabling environment for the shift towards clean, equitable, gender-sensitive and accessible transport.

    Venue : Outdoor Spaces

    16th December - 16th February, 2023
  • Music
    MUSIC - An Evening of Music From The Delhi Gharana. Sitar recital by Ustad Saeed Zafar Khan, followed by Tabla solo by Asif Inam Ali Khan.
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    Venue : The Theatre

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    MODERN TRIBAL - selections from the Gondwana Art Project Craft & Community Development Foundation presents a group show of 19 artists from the Gondwana region - Anita Balu, Anita Shyam, Chandrakali, Geeta Bhariya, Jyoti Uikey, Rahul Shyam, Rajesh Mor, Rambai, Ramesh Shyam, Ramesh Vyam, Ravi Tekam, Rita Shyam, Santoshi Shyam, Sher Singh, Sita, Sugiya Devi, Suresh Dhruve, Suresh Kuman, Yaspal Baranda.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    07th February - 09th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    An Exhibition Of Indian Wildlife Paintings In Support Of Wildlife Conservation - A solo wildlife painting exhibition by Sunita Dhairyam.

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    01st February - 09th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Serenity - An exhibition of paintings by Nisha Dial.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    06th February - 10th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - “Two Wheels” is an exhibition that explores the need for improved cycling infrastructure in the city through art. India’s transport sector is the country’s third highest Greenhouse Gas contributor. Today, as roads widen to accommodate more cars, the space for non-motorized transport shrinks. Cyclists and pedestrians are amongst the least respected road users, often raising concerns about safety. This issue becomes even more important when we think about cyclists, who travel for their livelihood daily. The time to decarbonise the transport sector is now and improving the quality of infrastructure for walking and cycling is key. This exhibition is part of the efforts of the Sustainable Mobility Network; a pan India network of 20+ organizations with an overarching vision to push towards ‘Zero Emissions, Zero Exclusion, and Zero Road Deaths’. Active since 2020, the network is working towards creating a more enabling environment for the shift towards clean, equitable, gender-sensitive and accessible transport.

    Venue : Outdoor Spaces

    16th December - 16th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Convergence: A Panorama of Photography's French Connections in India - Works by prominent French practitioners who have travelled and lived in India over the last 150 years. Produced by intrepid travellers, writers, journalists, photographers and artists, the exhibits span the colonial, modern and postcolonial periods of subcontinental history from the mid-nineteenth-century to the mid-1970s. This 6-cities outdoor exhibition tour with in-public focus showcases re-prints of rare collections from renowned French museums shown in India for the very first time, alongside select contributions from important early Indian practitioners.Organised by the French Institute in India in the framework of the fourth edition of ‘Bonjour India’, a pan India festival for the arts.

    Venue : Center Atrium

    07th February - 27th February, 2023
  • Talk
    TALK - 2nd Budget Seminar. Speakers : Dr. Partha Chatterjee, Professor, Department of Economics, Shiv Nadar Institution of Eminence, Delhi-NCR ; Dr. Pinaki Chakraborty, Former Director, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP) ; Puja Mehra, Consulting Editor, Mint, Senior Fellow (Consultant), (ICRIER); Dr. Radhicka Kapoor, Senior Visiting Fellow, Indian Council for Research On International Economic Relations(ICRIER); Dr. Nagesh Kumar, Director, Institute for Studies in Industrial Development (ISID). Moderator: Prof. Rajat Kathuria, Dean, School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Professor, Economics, Shiv Nadar Institution of Eminence, Delhi-NCR. Collab.Shiv Nadar School Of Humanities And Social Sciences, Institution Of Eminence.
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    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Dance
    DANCE - Mehfil-e-Safarnama. A solo dance presentation, based on the different trends of performance traditions of Kathak, Gayaki & Urdu poetry of the royal court, mehfil of Nawabs, and courtesans of the medieval period of North India. Performed by Rani Khanam. Accompanying artistes : Shahbaaz Khan (Tabla), Shuheb Hasan (Vocal), Nasir Khan (Sarangi), Fateh Ali (Sitar). Collab. AAMAD Dance Center.
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    Venue : Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    MODERN TRIBAL - selections from the Gondwana Art Project Craft & Community Development Foundation presents a group show of 19 artists from the Gondwana region - Anita Balu, Anita Shyam, Chandrakali, Geeta Bhariya, Jyoti Uikey, Rahul Shyam, Rajesh Mor, Rambai, Ramesh Shyam, Ramesh Vyam, Ravi Tekam, Rita Shyam, Santoshi Shyam, Sher Singh, Sita, Sugiya Devi, Suresh Dhruve, Suresh Kuman, Yaspal Baranda.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    07th February - 09th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    An Exhibition Of Indian Wildlife Paintings In Support Of Wildlife Conservation - A solo wildlife painting exhibition by Sunita Dhairyam.

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    01st February - 09th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Serenity - An exhibition of paintings by Nisha Dial.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    06th February - 10th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - “Two Wheels” is an exhibition that explores the need for improved cycling infrastructure in the city through art. India’s transport sector is the country’s third highest Greenhouse Gas contributor. Today, as roads widen to accommodate more cars, the space for non-motorized transport shrinks. Cyclists and pedestrians are amongst the least respected road users, often raising concerns about safety. This issue becomes even more important when we think about cyclists, who travel for their livelihood daily. The time to decarbonise the transport sector is now and improving the quality of infrastructure for walking and cycling is key. This exhibition is part of the efforts of the Sustainable Mobility Network; a pan India network of 20+ organizations with an overarching vision to push towards ‘Zero Emissions, Zero Exclusion, and Zero Road Deaths’. Active since 2020, the network is working towards creating a more enabling environment for the shift towards clean, equitable, gender-sensitive and accessible transport.

    Venue : Outdoor Spaces

    16th December - 16th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Convergence: A Panorama of Photography's French Connections in India - Works by prominent French practitioners who have travelled and lived in India over the last 150 years. Produced by intrepid travellers, writers, journalists, photographers and artists, the exhibits span the colonial, modern and postcolonial periods of subcontinental history from the mid-nineteenth-century to the mid-1970s. This 6-cities outdoor exhibition tour with in-public focus showcases re-prints of rare collections from renowned French museums shown in India for the very first time, alongside select contributions from important early Indian practitioners.Organised by the French Institute in India in the framework of the fourth edition of ‘Bonjour India’, a pan India festival for the arts.

    Venue : Center Atrium

    07th February - 27th February, 2023
  • Dance
    DANCE - Sita-Ravana Vaadam A Kuchipudi & Kathakali dance production by Nritya Vahini Academy of Performing Arts.
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    Venue : Stein Auditorium

    07:00 pm
  • Talk
    TALK - Dramatised Reading from Dharamvir Bharati's works - Suraj Ka Satvaan Ghoda, Gunahon Ka Devta, Kanupriya and Andha Yug. Bharati was a leading Hindi novelist, playwright, poet and editor. Readers: Sunit Tandon, Sabina Mehta Jaitly, Neeraj Yadav, Arun Prakash, Arti Nayyar, Hasneet Sethi, Tarique Hassan & Sohaila Kapur. Choreography: Kaustav Ghosh. Collab. TAC and Katyayani's Living Room Theatre.
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    Venue : The Theatre

    07:00 pm
  • Exhibition
    MODERN TRIBAL - selections from the Gondwana Art Project Craft & Community Development Foundation presents a group show of 19 artists from the Gondwana region - Anita Balu, Anita Shyam, Chandrakali, Geeta Bhariya, Jyoti Uikey, Rahul Shyam, Rajesh Mor, Rambai, Ramesh Shyam, Ramesh Vyam, Ravi Tekam, Rita Shyam, Santoshi Shyam, Sher Singh, Sita, Sugiya Devi, Suresh Dhruve, Suresh Kuman, Yaspal Baranda.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    07th February - 09th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    An Exhibition Of Indian Wildlife Paintings In Support Of Wildlife Conservation - A solo wildlife painting exhibition by Sunita Dhairyam.

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    01st February - 09th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Serenity - An exhibition of paintings by Nisha Dial.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    06th February - 10th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - “Two Wheels” is an exhibition that explores the need for improved cycling infrastructure in the city through art. India’s transport sector is the country’s third highest Greenhouse Gas contributor. Today, as roads widen to accommodate more cars, the space for non-motorized transport shrinks. Cyclists and pedestrians are amongst the least respected road users, often raising concerns about safety. This issue becomes even more important when we think about cyclists, who travel for their livelihood daily. The time to decarbonise the transport sector is now and improving the quality of infrastructure for walking and cycling is key. This exhibition is part of the efforts of the Sustainable Mobility Network; a pan India network of 20+ organizations with an overarching vision to push towards ‘Zero Emissions, Zero Exclusion, and Zero Road Deaths’. Active since 2020, the network is working towards creating a more enabling environment for the shift towards clean, equitable, gender-sensitive and accessible transport.

    Venue : Outdoor Spaces

    16th December - 16th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Convergence: A Panorama of Photography's French Connections in India - Works by prominent French practitioners who have travelled and lived in India over the last 150 years. Produced by intrepid travellers, writers, journalists, photographers and artists, the exhibits span the colonial, modern and postcolonial periods of subcontinental history from the mid-nineteenth-century to the mid-1970s. This 6-cities outdoor exhibition tour with in-public focus showcases re-prints of rare collections from renowned French museums shown in India for the very first time, alongside select contributions from important early Indian practitioners.Organised by the French Institute in India in the framework of the fourth edition of ‘Bonjour India’, a pan India festival for the arts.

    Venue : Center Atrium

    07th February - 27th February, 2023
  • Music
    MUSIC - Performance by ‘NeckarGanga’, an Indo-German ensemble of musicians.The group blends Indian classical music with Western music such as Blues, Jazz and popular traditional music from South America. The outcome is a unique fusion of sounds. Performing artistes : Peter Hinz( Percussion), Shyam Rastogi (Sitar), Sandip Rao Kewale (Tabla), Keshav Rao Nayak (Tabla), Jonathan Sell(E-Bass), Steffen Dix (Saxophone).Collab. Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany.
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    Venue : Stein Auditorium

    07:30 pm
  • Exhibition
    Serenity - An exhibition of paintings by Nisha Dial.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    06th February - 10th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - “Two Wheels” is an exhibition that explores the need for improved cycling infrastructure in the city through art. India’s transport sector is the country’s third highest Greenhouse Gas contributor. Today, as roads widen to accommodate more cars, the space for non-motorized transport shrinks. Cyclists and pedestrians are amongst the least respected road users, often raising concerns about safety. This issue becomes even more important when we think about cyclists, who travel for their livelihood daily. The time to decarbonise the transport sector is now and improving the quality of infrastructure for walking and cycling is key. This exhibition is part of the efforts of the Sustainable Mobility Network; a pan India network of 20+ organizations with an overarching vision to push towards ‘Zero Emissions, Zero Exclusion, and Zero Road Deaths’. Active since 2020, the network is working towards creating a more enabling environment for the shift towards clean, equitable, gender-sensitive and accessible transport.

    Venue : Outdoor Spaces

    16th December - 16th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Convergence: A Panorama of Photography's French Connections in India - Works by prominent French practitioners who have travelled and lived in India over the last 150 years. Produced by intrepid travellers, writers, journalists, photographers and artists, the exhibits span the colonial, modern and postcolonial periods of subcontinental history from the mid-nineteenth-century to the mid-1970s. This 6-cities outdoor exhibition tour with in-public focus showcases re-prints of rare collections from renowned French museums shown in India for the very first time, alongside select contributions from important early Indian practitioners.Organised by the French Institute in India in the framework of the fourth edition of ‘Bonjour India’, a pan India festival for the arts.

    Venue : Center Atrium

    07th February - 27th February, 2023
  • Film
    FILM - Premiere of Still We Rise: The Passions and Compassion Of Mohini Giri (Docu/English,Hindi/ 2023/50 mins) Prelude: Dr.Syeda Hameed & Rene Singh.Dir. Meera Dewan & Colleagues. A tribute to Mohini Giri, an icon of India's Women's Movement.The word "widow" exists in every dictionary other than one: Mohini Giri's personalised version.The film attempts to capture her positive interpretation and transformation of stereotypical terminologies into action.She negotiates her path, with or without her speedy walker, through terrain high and low.
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    Venue : Gulmohar

    07:00 pm
  • Music
    MUSIC - An Evening Of Indian Classical Music In Memory Of Legendary Sarangi Maestro, Ustad Ashique Ali Khan. Tabla solo by Zargham Akram Khan, followed by Sitar recital by Fateh Ali Khan. Collab. Ustad Ashique Ali Khan Art and Music Charitable Trust.
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    Venue : The Theatre

    07:00 pm
  • Workshop
    WORKSHOP - The Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre is proposing to initiate a three-months painting and sketching workshop over weekends exclusively for the Members of India Habitat Centre and their dependants starting from the 7th of January 2023.
    Please note that dependents aged less than 10 years need to be accompanied by the concerned member.
    The timings from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm
    Days: Saturday and Sunday
    Fee: Rs: 1,500 per month per person. Payment by cheque to be made out in favour of “India Habitat Centre”.
    Those interested may please register at the Visual Arts Gallery on any working day between 10:30 am and 5:30 pm.
    Contact No: 01143662024 / 2025
    Email Id: visualartsgalleryevents@gmail.com

    Please note that these workshops are presently being proposed to run only for 3 months from January to March 2023. They would be continued beyond this time frame only if more than 18 registrations are received during this period.

    Venue : Open Palm Court Conference Room

    01st December - 31st March, 2023
  • Exhibition
    The Treasury of Tranquility - A solo painting exhibition by Suresh Pushpangathan.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    11th February - 13th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Benaras And Kolkata Intertwined - A solo painting exhibition by Subrata Malakar.

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    11th February - 14th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Aquatic Dreams - An exhibition of paintings by Priyanka Rajput.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    11th February - 15th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - “Two Wheels” is an exhibition that explores the need for improved cycling infrastructure in the city through art. India’s transport sector is the country’s third highest Greenhouse Gas contributor. Today, as roads widen to accommodate more cars, the space for non-motorized transport shrinks. Cyclists and pedestrians are amongst the least respected road users, often raising concerns about safety. This issue becomes even more important when we think about cyclists, who travel for their livelihood daily. The time to decarbonise the transport sector is now and improving the quality of infrastructure for walking and cycling is key. This exhibition is part of the efforts of the Sustainable Mobility Network; a pan India network of 20+ organizations with an overarching vision to push towards ‘Zero Emissions, Zero Exclusion, and Zero Road Deaths’. Active since 2020, the network is working towards creating a more enabling environment for the shift towards clean, equitable, gender-sensitive and accessible transport.

    Venue : Outdoor Spaces

    16th December - 16th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Convergence: A Panorama of Photography's French Connections in India - Works by prominent French practitioners who have travelled and lived in India over the last 150 years. Produced by intrepid travellers, writers, journalists, photographers and artists, the exhibits span the colonial, modern and postcolonial periods of subcontinental history from the mid-nineteenth-century to the mid-1970s. This 6-cities outdoor exhibition tour with in-public focus showcases re-prints of rare collections from renowned French museums shown in India for the very first time, alongside select contributions from important early Indian practitioners.Organised by the French Institute in India in the framework of the fourth edition of ‘Bonjour India’, a pan India festival for the arts.

    Venue : Center Atrium

    07th February - 27th February, 2023
  • Music
    MUSIC - Milap:Jugalbandi Of Indian Slide Guitar And Bansuri. Performed by Joel Veena & Amit Singhal, accompanied on the Tabla by Gaurav Mahto.
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    Venue : The Theatre

    07:00 pm
  • Theater
    THEATRE - The Father (Hindi / 90 mins) Design & Direction: Mohit Tripathi. Prod : Renaisstance Theatre Society. Hindi adaptation of French playwright Florian Zeller’s award winning play, that looks at an elderly man with Dementia, and the efforts of his daughter to balance her love for her father and the need to care for him, with the demands of her own life and relationship. Tickets at Rs.350, Rs.250 & Rs.150 available online on bookmyshow.com and at the Programmes desk, IHC.
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    Venue : Stein Auditorium

    07:30 pm
  • Workshop
    WORKSHOP - The Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre is proposing to initiate a three-months painting and sketching workshop over weekends exclusively for the Members of India Habitat Centre and their dependants starting from the 7th of January 2023.
    Please note that dependents aged less than 10 years need to be accompanied by the concerned member.
    The timings from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm
    Days: Saturday and Sunday
    Fee: Rs: 1,500 per month per person. Payment by cheque to be made out in favour of “India Habitat Centre”.
    Those interested may please register at the Visual Arts Gallery on any working day between 10:30 am and 5:30 pm.
    Contact No: 01143662024 / 2025
    Email Id: visualartsgalleryevents@gmail.com

    Please note that these workshops are presently being proposed to run only for 3 months from January to March 2023. They would be continued beyond this time frame only if more than 18 registrations are received during this period.

    Venue : Open Palm Court Conference Room

    01st December - 31st March, 2023
  • Exhibition
    The Treasury of Tranquility - A solo painting exhibition by Suresh Pushpangathan.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    11th February - 13th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Benaras And Kolkata Intertwined - A solo painting exhibition by Subrata Malakar.

    Venue : Open Palm Court Gallery

    11th February - 14th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Aquatic Dreams - An exhibition of paintings by Priyanka Rajput.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    11th February - 15th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    EXHIBITION - “Two Wheels” is an exhibition that explores the need for improved cycling infrastructure in the city through art. India’s transport sector is the country’s third highest Greenhouse Gas contributor. Today, as roads widen to accommodate more cars, the space for non-motorized transport shrinks. Cyclists and pedestrians are amongst the least respected road users, often raising concerns about safety. This issue becomes even more important when we think about cyclists, who travel for their livelihood daily. The time to decarbonise the transport sector is now and improving the quality of infrastructure for walking and cycling is key. This exhibition is part of the efforts of the Sustainable Mobility Network; a pan India network of 20+ organizations with an overarching vision to push towards ‘Zero Emissions, Zero Exclusion, and Zero Road Deaths’. Active since 2020, the network is working towards creating a more enabling environment for the shift towards clean, equitable, gender-sensitive and accessible transport.

    Venue : Outdoor Spaces

    16th December - 16th February, 2023
  • Exhibition
    Convergence: A Panorama of Photography's French Connections in India - Works by prominent French practitioners who have travelled and lived in India over the last 150 years. Produced by intrepid travellers, writers, journalists, photographers and artists, the exhibits span the colonial, modern and postcolonial periods of subcontinental history from the mid-nineteenth-century to the mid-1970s. This 6-cities outdoor exhibition tour with in-public focus showcases re-prints of rare collections from renowned French museums shown in India for the very first time, alongside select contributions from important early Indian practitioners.Organised by the French Institute in India in the framework of the fourth edition of ‘Bonjour India’, a pan India festival for the arts.

    Venue : Center Atrium

    07th February - 27th February, 2023