Calender of Events ( 3-9 December, 2021 )

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    Online Calendar - To theatre practitioners and enthusiasts, the name Kavita Nagpal needs no introduction. She was a fierce critic, a tenacious actor and a resolute champion of theatre. Legendary for striking fear in the hearts of actors and directors when she sat in the audience to review a play, Nagpal commanded a place of authority and adoration amongst the theatre community owing to her undivided passion for the form. One of the fore founders of the Jan Natya Manch, she was a strong influence and important voice in building, shaping and strengthening modern Indian theatre discourse in Delhi. She was a regular presence at Habitat. Despite needing to be brought in a wheelchair and no longer out of a call of duty to wield the pen; she came for the love of theatre, watching both well recognized and upcoming debuting productions with interest. Farewell. We will miss you.
    As part of our curation this week, come and listen to Poonam Girdhani (Hindi), Shovana Narayan (English), Rama Pandey (Urdu), Avtar Singh Dhillon (Punjabi), recite the translated works of famous Austrian authors Elfriede Jelinek, Peter Handke, Thomas Bernhard, Ilse Aichinger in Rendezvous with works of Austrian Authors (1st Dec). On the 2nd watch Yuval Adler's Bethlehem (2013) a thriller about the complex relationship between an Israeli Secret Service officer and his teenage Palestinian informant, which will keep you at the edge of your seat. Stay back for the interaction where actor Tsahi Halevi, known for the political-thriller television series Fauda will be present.
    For our friends at home, Understanding Intricacies of the Laya-Tala An online workshop for performing artistes by Guru Suresh Talwalkar offers a great opportunity to acquaint yourself with or simply delight yourself in nuances of Laya, and Tala cycle. We draw a close to the Dutch Children's Film Festival with Miss Sing Song (2017), a musical about the adventures of 16-year-old Jasmine who goes to Suriname to attend a song contest, but secretly is looking for her mother.
    Our curation of the weekly cultural dialogue from Rang Smaran continues.
    Click here for online calendar.

    30th November - 07th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Art of Hindustan Through The Ages - A solo exhibition by Billy Gupta. A visual history from pre 1857 till early independence, portrayed by maps, photographs, prints & paint-ings.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    01st December - 04th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Essence - A solo exhibition by Anita Sharma. Artist statement : The paintings portray the idea of man's deep connection with nature and the beautiful moments shared.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    01st December - 03rd December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    A solo paintings exhibition - by Asha Sharma from Asha Foundation. The ASHA Foundation works towards female hygiene, palliative care, breast and cervical cancer awareness. This exhibition intends to garner proceeds for these causes and work towards the betterment of our society by helping one person at a time.

    Venue : IHC Lobbies - 5a, 6a, 4a, 4b

    01st November - 31st December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Village Vibe - An exhibition of photographs from across the country reflecting poignant , insightful and even quirky photos of vibrant rural life.

    Venue : Outdoor Spaces

    19th November - 05th December, 2021
  • IHC Logo
    Online Calendar - To theatre practitioners and enthusiasts, the name Kavita Nagpal needs no introduction. She was a fierce critic, a tenacious actor and a resolute champion of theatre. Legendary for striking fear in the hearts of actors and directors when she sat in the audience to review a play, Nagpal commanded a place of authority and adoration amongst the theatre community owing to her undivided passion for the form. One of the fore founders of the Jan Natya Manch, she was a strong influence and important voice in building, shaping and strengthening modern Indian theatre discourse in Delhi. She was a regular presence at Habitat. Despite needing to be brought in a wheelchair and no longer out of a call of duty to wield the pen; she came for the love of theatre, watching both well recognized and upcoming debuting productions with interest. Farewell. We will miss you.
    As part of our curation this week, come and listen to Poonam Girdhani (Hindi), Shovana Narayan (English), Rama Pandey (Urdu), Avtar Singh Dhillon (Punjabi), recite the translated works of famous Austrian authors Elfriede Jelinek, Peter Handke, Thomas Bernhard, Ilse Aichinger in Rendezvous with works of Austrian Authors (1st Dec). On the 2nd watch Yuval Adler's Bethlehem (2013) a thriller about the complex relationship between an Israeli Secret Service officer and his teenage Palestinian informant, which will keep you at the edge of your seat. Stay back for the interaction where actor Tsahi Halevi, known for the political-thriller television series Fauda will be present.
    For our friends at home, Understanding Intricacies of the Laya-Tala An online workshop for performing artistes by Guru Suresh Talwalkar offers a great opportunity to acquaint yourself with or simply delight yourself in nuances of Laya, and Tala cycle. We draw a close to the Dutch Children's Film Festival with Miss Sing Song (2017), a musical about the adventures of 16-year-old Jasmine who goes to Suriname to attend a song contest, but secretly is looking for her mother.
    Our curation of the weekly cultural dialogue from Rang Smaran continues.
    Click here for online calendar.

    30th November - 07th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Art of Hindustan Through The Ages - A solo exhibition by Billy Gupta. A visual history from pre 1857 till early independence, portrayed by maps, photographs, prints & paint-ings.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    01st December - 04th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Circle of Life - Contemporary artworks by Neeti Aggarwal.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    04th December - 08th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    A solo paintings exhibition - by Asha Sharma from Asha Foundation. The ASHA Foundation works towards female hygiene, palliative care, breast and cervical cancer awareness. This exhibition intends to garner proceeds for these causes and work towards the betterment of our society by helping one person at a time.

    Venue : IHC Lobbies - 5a, 6a, 4a, 4b

    01st November - 31st December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Village Vibe - An exhibition of photographs from across the country reflecting poignant , insightful and even quirky photos of vibrant rural life.

    Venue : Outdoor Spaces

    19th November - 05th December, 2021
  • IHC Logo
    Online Calendar - To theatre practitioners and enthusiasts, the name Kavita Nagpal needs no introduction. She was a fierce critic, a tenacious actor and a resolute champion of theatre. Legendary for striking fear in the hearts of actors and directors when she sat in the audience to review a play, Nagpal commanded a place of authority and adoration amongst the theatre community owing to her undivided passion for the form. One of the fore founders of the Jan Natya Manch, she was a strong influence and important voice in building, shaping and strengthening modern Indian theatre discourse in Delhi. She was a regular presence at Habitat. Despite needing to be brought in a wheelchair and no longer out of a call of duty to wield the pen; she came for the love of theatre, watching both well recognized and upcoming debuting productions with interest. Farewell. We will miss you.
    As part of our curation this week, come and listen to Poonam Girdhani (Hindi), Shovana Narayan (English), Rama Pandey (Urdu), Avtar Singh Dhillon (Punjabi), recite the translated works of famous Austrian authors Elfriede Jelinek, Peter Handke, Thomas Bernhard, Ilse Aichinger in Rendezvous with works of Austrian Authors (1st Dec). On the 2nd watch Yuval Adler's Bethlehem (2013) a thriller about the complex relationship between an Israeli Secret Service officer and his teenage Palestinian informant, which will keep you at the edge of your seat. Stay back for the interaction where actor Tsahi Halevi, known for the political-thriller television series Fauda will be present.
    For our friends at home, Understanding Intricacies of the Laya-Tala An online workshop for performing artistes by Guru Suresh Talwalkar offers a great opportunity to acquaint yourself with or simply delight yourself in nuances of Laya, and Tala cycle. We draw a close to the Dutch Children's Film Festival with Miss Sing Song (2017), a musical about the adventures of 16-year-old Jasmine who goes to Suriname to attend a song contest, but secretly is looking for her mother.
    Our curation of the weekly cultural dialogue from Rang Smaran continues.
    Click here for online calendar.

    30th November - 07th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Circle of Life - Contemporary artworks by Neeti Aggarwal.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    04th December - 08th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    A solo paintings exhibition - by Asha Sharma from Asha Foundation. The ASHA Foundation works towards female hygiene, palliative care, breast and cervical cancer awareness. This exhibition intends to garner proceeds for these causes and work towards the betterment of our society by helping one person at a time.

    Venue : IHC Lobbies - 5a, 6a, 4a, 4b

    01st November - 31st December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Village Vibe - An exhibition of photographs from across the country reflecting poignant , insightful and even quirky photos of vibrant rural life.

    Venue : Outdoor Spaces

    19th November - 05th December, 2021
  • IHC Logo
    Online Calendar - To theatre practitioners and enthusiasts, the name Kavita Nagpal needs no introduction. She was a fierce critic, a tenacious actor and a resolute champion of theatre. Legendary for striking fear in the hearts of actors and directors when she sat in the audience to review a play, Nagpal commanded a place of authority and adoration amongst the theatre community owing to her undivided passion for the form. One of the fore founders of the Jan Natya Manch, she was a strong influence and important voice in building, shaping and strengthening modern Indian theatre discourse in Delhi. She was a regular presence at Habitat. Despite needing to be brought in a wheelchair and no longer out of a call of duty to wield the pen; she came for the love of theatre, watching both well recognized and upcoming debuting productions with interest. Farewell. We will miss you.
    As part of our curation this week, come and listen to Poonam Girdhani (Hindi), Shovana Narayan (English), Rama Pandey (Urdu), Avtar Singh Dhillon (Punjabi), recite the translated works of famous Austrian authors Elfriede Jelinek, Peter Handke, Thomas Bernhard, Ilse Aichinger in Rendezvous with works of Austrian Authors (1st Dec). On the 2nd watch Yuval Adler's Bethlehem (2013) a thriller about the complex relationship between an Israeli Secret Service officer and his teenage Palestinian informant, which will keep you at the edge of your seat. Stay back for the interaction where actor Tsahi Halevi, known for the political-thriller television series Fauda will be present.
    For our friends at home, Understanding Intricacies of the Laya-Tala An online workshop for performing artistes by Guru Suresh Talwalkar offers a great opportunity to acquaint yourself with or simply delight yourself in nuances of Laya, and Tala cycle. We draw a close to the Dutch Children's Film Festival with Miss Sing Song (2017), a musical about the adventures of 16-year-old Jasmine who goes to Suriname to attend a song contest, but secretly is looking for her mother.
    Our curation of the weekly cultural dialogue from Rang Smaran continues.
    Click here for online calendar.

    30th November - 07th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Ek Atma - A group exhibition of paintings and sculptures.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    06th December - 09th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Circle of Life - Contemporary artworks by Neeti Aggarwal.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    04th December - 08th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    A solo paintings exhibition - by Asha Sharma from Asha Foundation. The ASHA Foundation works towards female hygiene, palliative care, breast and cervical cancer awareness. This exhibition intends to garner proceeds for these causes and work towards the betterment of our society by helping one person at a time.

    Venue : IHC Lobbies - 5a, 6a, 4a, 4b

    01st November - 31st December, 2021
  • IHC Logo
    Online Calendar - To theatre practitioners and enthusiasts, the name Kavita Nagpal needs no introduction. She was a fierce critic, a tenacious actor and a resolute champion of theatre. Legendary for striking fear in the hearts of actors and directors when she sat in the audience to review a play, Nagpal commanded a place of authority and adoration amongst the theatre community owing to her undivided passion for the form. One of the fore founders of the Jan Natya Manch, she was a strong influence and important voice in building, shaping and strengthening modern Indian theatre discourse in Delhi. She was a regular presence at Habitat. Despite needing to be brought in a wheelchair and no longer out of a call of duty to wield the pen; she came for the love of theatre, watching both well recognized and upcoming debuting productions with interest. Farewell. We will miss you.
    As part of our curation this week, come and listen to Poonam Girdhani (Hindi), Shovana Narayan (English), Rama Pandey (Urdu), Avtar Singh Dhillon (Punjabi), recite the translated works of famous Austrian authors Elfriede Jelinek, Peter Handke, Thomas Bernhard, Ilse Aichinger in Rendezvous with works of Austrian Authors (1st Dec). On the 2nd watch Yuval Adler's Bethlehem (2013) a thriller about the complex relationship between an Israeli Secret Service officer and his teenage Palestinian informant, which will keep you at the edge of your seat. Stay back for the interaction where actor Tsahi Halevi, known for the political-thriller television series Fauda will be present.
    For our friends at home, Understanding Intricacies of the Laya-Tala An online workshop for performing artistes by Guru Suresh Talwalkar offers a great opportunity to acquaint yourself with or simply delight yourself in nuances of Laya, and Tala cycle. We draw a close to the Dutch Children's Film Festival with Miss Sing Song (2017), a musical about the adventures of 16-year-old Jasmine who goes to Suriname to attend a song contest, but secretly is looking for her mother.
    Our curation of the weekly cultural dialogue from Rang Smaran continues.
    Click here for online calendar.

    30th November - 07th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Ek Atma - A group exhibition of paintings and sculptures.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    06th December - 09th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Circle of Life - Contemporary artworks by Neeti Aggarwal.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    04th December - 08th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    A solo paintings exhibition - by Asha Sharma from Asha Foundation. The ASHA Foundation works towards female hygiene, palliative care, breast and cervical cancer awareness. This exhibition intends to garner proceeds for these causes and work towards the betterment of our society by helping one person at a time.

    Venue : IHC Lobbies - 5a, 6a, 4a, 4b

    01st November - 31st December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Ek Atma - A group exhibition of paintings and sculptures.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    06th December - 09th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Circle of Life - Contemporary artworks by Neeti Aggarwal.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    04th December - 08th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    A solo paintings exhibition - by Asha Sharma from Asha Foundation. The ASHA Foundation works towards female hygiene, palliative care, breast and cervical cancer awareness. This exhibition intends to garner proceeds for these causes and work towards the betterment of our society by helping one person at a time.

    Venue : IHC Lobbies - 5a, 6a, 4a, 4b

    01st November - 31st December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Ek Atma - A group exhibition of paintings and sculptures.

    Venue : Visual Arts Gallery

    06th December - 09th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    Algomotion 1.0 - An exhibition of paintings by Ranjeet Anand, that fuses the two singular-ities of humans - logic and emotion. The exhibition presents his works of algomotive art, each of which creates its own unique spiritual experience.

    Venue : Convention Centre Foyer

    09th December - 15th December, 2021
  • Exhibition
    A solo paintings exhibition - by Asha Sharma from Asha Foundation. The ASHA Foundation works towards female hygiene, palliative care, breast and cervical cancer awareness. This exhibition intends to garner proceeds for these causes and work towards the betterment of our society by helping one person at a time.

    Venue : IHC Lobbies - 5a, 6a, 4a, 4b

    01st November - 31st December, 2021