Causes of a Perennial Bouquet, a display curated by Bose Krishnamachari highlights works that mirror a scope of material, artisanship and workmanship. Among the highlighted specialists is Benitha Perciyal, whose training exemplifies the utilization of basically natural materials, with a solid spotlight on those that incite olfactory encounters, for example, myrrh, cinnamon and frankincense; Tanya Goel, who centers around finished shades however she utilizes an assorted cluster of materials from metropolitan climes, for example, aluminum, solid, glass, soil and mica to complement the similarly adaptable impact of light on them; Manish Nai, who is separate by his push on moderation at a time where excessive ornamentation is the standard; and Sumedh Rajendran, in whose works one discovers opposing qualities and social lack of concern compared. At Vida Heydari Contemporary Art Gallery till February 28.
Space and Beyond
Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute and Jyotirvidya Parisanstha have dispatched a seminar on stargazing in old India. The topics include “Introduction to astronomical concepts”, “Indian Time Measurement Systems”, “Indian Astronomers”, “Ancient Indian Concepts about Astral Bodies, Planetary Motion and Space”, “Instruments and Observatories” and “Archeo-Astronomy”. A batch in Marathi begins on February 15. The course will be held till February 20, 8 pm-9.30 pm. Entry: Rs 1,000.
A presentation, named Tholu Bommalata, brings the customary shadow theater convention of Andhra Pradesh to an online exhibition. Tholu Bommalata allude to manikins made from goat and sheep skin and planned and painted by craftsmans. They show up in front of an audience, behind a white blind, and the crowd can just view the hued shadows, yet not the real manikins, by methods for a light source. In the presentation, painting, music, dance, etching, acting and account narrating meet up in an arresting performer. On BookMyShow on February 15 forward. Charges: Rs 30.
Things of Beauty
A workshop on making adornments from sap accepts you through the cycle as well as guarantees you return home with six works you have made, from neckpieces to studs to finger rings. At Studio Artzone on February 16 and 17, 11 am-2 pm. Passage: Rs 1,500.
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