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2nd 
 | 6.30pm | Little Theatre, NCPA

a) Louvre: The Visit ( Col. 60 mins )

b) Rembrandt: Masterly Brushstrokes ( Col. 30 mins )

19th 
 |  | 6.30pm | Little Theatre, NCPA

It was a staged reading of two short stories by the artist, Bhupen Khakhar, from his recently published collection of Gujarati short stories,‘Maganbhai No Gundar’. Two stories will be read: ‘Maganbhai No Gundar’ and ‘Forin Sabu’. Director: Manoj Shah Cast: Meenal Patel, Utkarsh Majumdar, Manoj Shah, Naudhl Mehta, Chirag Vora, and Kalpana Shah.

7th 
 |  | 10.00am | NCPA

Three-dimensional forms can be created with the development of artistic skills and by honing the powers of observation, imagination, analysis and expression. The focus of this workshop was on the process of building three-dimensional forms in a creative way. The workshop was conducted by Drishya… Visual Analysis and Application People. It was on 7th September and 14th September.

24th 
 |  | 10.00am | NCPA

Three-dimensional forms can be created with the development of artistic skills and by honing the powers of observation, imagination, analysis and expression. The focus of this workshop was on the process of drawing and building three-dimensional forms in a creative way. The workshop was conducted by Drishya… Visual Analysis and Application People

2nd 
 |  | 6.30pm | Little Theatre, NCPA

‘Bombay/Mumbai 1992-2001’ is part of the exhibition, Century City: Art and Culture in the Modern Metropolis, shown at the Tate Modern, London (February 1 - April 29, 2001). The Century City examines key moments of cultural creativity in nine cities across the world; Paris, Vienna, Moscow, Rio de Janeiro, Lagos, New York, Tokyo, Bombay/Mumbai and London.

5th 
 | 6.30pm | Little Theatre, NCPA

‘Thinking Eye’ has published Celebration of the Human Image, as its first publication, on Indian contemporary art. The book covers the historical perspective of the human figure and its treatment in post-modern Indian art, with contributions from R. Sivakumar, Akbar Padamsee, A. Ramachandran, and Ranjit Hoskote.

23rd 
 | 6.30pm | Little Theatre, NCPA

These museums represent five hundred years of papal art collecting and span all the important periods of antiquity. The extraordinary context for the exhibition is the apostolic palace, which was decorated by the most important artists of the Renaissance, including Raphael and the legendary Michelangelo.

10th 
 |  | 10.00am | NCPA

The workshop helped participants explore and express their inner selves, with the use of different colours. It will sensitize participants to the close links between the creative and meditative process. The emphasis will be on practical and hands-on sessions of painting and other creative arts (eg. Music) for greater self awareness. Rumi has designed this workshop as part of her programme ‘A Voice in the Wilderness’, a holistic journey towards peace, which affirms the importance of finding inner peace as the first step towards a more productive and harmonized life.

25th 
 |  | 6.30pm | Little Theatre, NCPA

Bhakti poetry and painting evoke the exquisite relationship between Radha and Krishna; the archetypal lovers celebrated in Jayadeva’s great song/poem of Gita Govinda; Krishna, the god of war in the epic Mahabharata, is transformed into the god of love as the subject (and object) of desire.