SUNDAY MAGAZINE

Delhi

Gallery Ganesha Exhibition titled "Old is Gold" from November 15-December15 shows the watercolour paintings of an old Master from the Bengal school — Dhirendra Nath Brahma and his pupil Ajoy Kumar Ghose.

At The Open Palm Court, The India Habitat Centre, is "Abundance".

An assortment of unique creations honed from nature's treasure trove to enhance the aesthetic and energy levels of your surroundings. Presented by Tea Planter Rohit Malhotra. On from November 14-16.

Delhi

India International Centre presents The 34th Sabrang Utsav: Festival of Hindustani Music to commemorate the centenary year of Bade Ghulam Ali Khan from November 10 and 11. Vocal recitals by one of his first disciples, Meera Banerjee, and the sarangi and tabla accompanists like Bharat Bhushan and Chandra Kumar Chatterjee

Delhi

Sanskriti's Anandagram hosts a five-day theatre workshop in collaboration with the Dramatic Art and Design Academy from November 9-14. It will discuss and experiment with the Hindi translation of Heiner Mueller's "Hamlet Machine". This is preliminary to a full-fledged production of a Heiner Mueller play directed by Alexander Stillmark to be performed in India next year.

All India Fine Arts and Crafts Society will hold a four-day seminar-cum-workshop titled "Samhita: Confluence, Connectivity and Creation of Ideas" for senior students of fine art from various art colleges in the country is being hosted by the Delhi College of Art. This event endeavours to create a dialogue between the Visual and Performing Arts. Expected to be highly interactive, a panel of experts from diverse fields in the arts talk on the links between the visual and performing arts. From November 12-16.

Alka Pande

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