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Schedule of Forthcoming Events
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|6 - 28 February 2017||
An exhibition Hodu and the Jews
Minister of State for External Affairs Shri M J Akbar will inaugurate the exhibition
on Sunday 5 February, 2017 at 5.00 pm at the IGNCA Auditorium, C.V. Mess, Janpath,
Venue : IGNCA Twin Art Gallery, C.V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi.
Time : 10.00am - 6.00pm
(The gallery remains closed on Mondays and public holidays)
10th February 2017 - 3rd March 2017
An exhibition A Story Called Cinema : The B. D. Garga
Archives by the Media Centre of the IGNCA.
The exhibition will be inaugurated on 9th February, 2017 at 4.00pm.
It is a tribute to the kahaanikar (storyteller) that Shri B. D. Garga was of India's enchanting filmic heritage. His writings and memorabilia evoke an insider's perspective as cine-stars of yesteryears and the masters of India Cinema come alive.
A Cinema lovers' treasure, his memorabilia comprises 4614 acquired and 1195 donated items. The B. D. Garga archives are an enthralling kaleidoscope of rare posters, photographs, working stills, lobby-cards, advertisement, books and journals.
The showcase that you will see traces Shri B. D. Garga's own recreation of the history of the moving image in India from its origin to memorable cinematic milestones.
Venue : IGNCA Exhibition Hall, 11, Mansingh Road, New Delhi.
Time : 10.00am to 6.00pm
Contact No. : 011-23388815
|17th February - 15th March 2017||
A mobile exhibition The World of Rock Art in
collaboration with IGRMS, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Venue: IGRMS, Shymala Hills, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
|23rd - 25th February 2017||
Conference on Idea of Bharat by Bharat Shikshan
Mandal and Indira Gandhi National Open University in
collaboration with M/o Health & Family Welfare, Indira Gandhi
National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), Indian Institute of Mass
Communication and Indira Gandhi National Tribal University.
Venue : IGNOU premises.
|23rd February 2017||
IGNCA Book Circle @ Reference Library. This month,
Ms. Pratibha Jyoti will read from her book Acid Wali Ladki.
Ms. Jyoti has done her graduation from St. Columbus College, Hazaribagh
and PG. Diploma in Mass Media from Jamia Millia Islamia. For the last 16
years, she is in the field of Journalism. At present, she is the
editor of Womenia magazine.
Venue: IGNCA Lecture Hall, 11 Mansingh Road, New Delhi
Time: 4.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Contact: 011-23385884/ 9958878920
|24th - 26th February 2017||
Global Traditional Food Summit, 2017 by
Bhartiya Dharohar and Council for Promotion, Research and Trade in
Venue : IGNCA Auditorium,
Amphitheatre & its lawns, Matighar Lawns, C.V. Mess and No. 3 Lawns,
Rajendra Prasad Road, New Delhi.
|24th - 27th February 2017||
On the occasion of birth anniversary of Nanaji Deshmukh,
a national programme titled Bhartiya Kala Sampada ka Lok Utsav is
being organised in collaboration with Deendayal Research Institute,
Venue : Chitrakuta
Time : 11.00am onwards
Contact No. : 011-23526735
|26th February 2017||
A concert by Ustad Bahauddin Dagar, a legendary
Rudra Veena maestro, accompanied by Sanjay Agle on pakhawaj under
Bhinn Shadj Series in collaboration with SPICMACAY.
Under this series, senior musicians are invited to present rare ragas and compositions in both Hindustani and Carnatic music.
Venue : IGNCA Amphitheatre, C.V. Mess, New
|1st - 4th March 2017||
Workshop - Examination & Documentation of Canvas
Venue: Alwar State Museum, Alwar (Rajasthan)
9th - 31st March 2017
Preview on 8th March, 2017 at 6.00pm.
An exhibition A Tale of Two Cities | India & Sri Lanka
conceptualised by Renu Modi and presented by Gallery Espace, New Delhi &
Serendipity Arts Trust, New Delhi. Supported by- Theertha International
Artists' Collective, Sri Lanka
This project that was initiated in the year 2015, is a strong step towards addressing the issues of shared histories within the sub-continent. Six artists from Indian and five from Sri Lanka embarked on a journey to understand the politics of cities, religions and the stories that places tell. Both Anuradhapura and Varanasi in themselves are witness to the past, the present and serve as a trajectory to the future. The intention of this project is to engage, question and re-affirm the importance of the process over the end.
Participating artists: Anoli Perera | Bandu Manamperi | ChintanUpadhyay | Jagath Weerasinghe Manisha Parekh | Manjunath Kamath | Pala Pothupitiye | Paula Sengupta Pradeep Chandrasiri | Ram Rahman | Riyas Komu
Venue : IGNCA Gallery No. 1 of Twin Art Galleries, C.V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi
Time : 10.00 - 6.00pm (All days open)
Contact number - 9555584229
|10th March 2017||
Temple Thanjavur - Mahakumbha Abhisekham
Director: Jai Chandriam Duration: 56 minutes
The temple was built by Rajaraja Chola (CE 995-1010) to honour Lord Siva. The film records rare footage of all the Abhisekam. This rare documentation records one of the greatest oral and ritualistic heritages.
Venue : IGNCA Auditorium, Media Centre, 3 Dr. R. P. Road, N. Delhi
Time: 5.30 p.m
Contact No. : 011-23388815
|14th March 2017||
Lecture by Ms. Martha Strawn
Venue : Seminar Room 1 and 2, Kamladevi Complex, India
International Centre, New Delhi
|27th March to 29th March 2017||
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on Women and Buddhism: Perspectives on Gender, Culture and Empowerment
Venue : IGNCA Conference Hall , C.V. Mess, Janpath, New Delhi - 110001
|3rd April 2017||
First V. S. Wakankar Memorial Lecture by Dr. G. B. Deglurkar
|3rd - 5th April 2017||
A National Seminar on Theoretical and Cognitive
Aspects of Rock Art
Venue: Auditorium C.V. Mess, IGNCA, Janpath, New Delhi-110001
Eastern Regional Centre, Varanasi
Southern Regional Centre,
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Looking forward to seeing you at all our programmes. Nearest metro station: Central Secretariat, Gate Number 2. Bus routes touching the IGNCA: 615, 522, 521, 505.
Please visit `Svasti - The IGNCA shop run by HHEC at C.V. Mess, Janpath to pick up the most authentic and exclusive artifacts, handicrafts, publications, DVDs and gift items.