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Terrain
Programme : Terrain
Start Date:  27 Feb 2019  At:  11:00  .MAIN ART GALLERY, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX 
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Terrain
An exhibition of paintings by Sujata Singh, Suddhasattwa Basu, Mala Marwah
 
Preview on Tuesday, 26 February 2019 at 18:30
 
Having shared two exhibitions in the past, the artists continue their interest in common themes. Their subjects relate to nature in its broadest sense, from the botanically inspired to metaphorical interpretations and a nuanced pastoral space. The mediums used extend from watercolours, inks, pastel and pencil to mixed media and acrylic paints
 
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China at a Turning Point: Perspectives after the 19th Party Congress
Programme : China at a Turning Point: Perspectives after the 19th Party Congress
Start Date:  27 Feb 2019  At:  18:00  .SEMINAR ROOMS II & III, KAMALADEVI COMPLEX 
Description :
China at a Turning Point: Perspectives after the 19th Party Congress
Edited by Prof. Manoranjan Mohanty (Pentagon Press, 2019)
 
Release of the book followed by a discussion
 
(Collaboration: Institute of Chinese Studies)
 
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Pallavi with Stillness
Programme : Pallavi with Stillness
Start Date:  27 Feb 2019  At:  18:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
Pallavi with Stillness
Final production in the Pallavi Series (2016-2018), a trilogy of works that explores the grammar of the Odissi pure dance form. The production premiered in July 2018 at the Esplanade Raga’s Festival in Singapore
 
Performed by Sandhya Suresh and Karishma Nair
Choreographed by Raka Maitra, Artistic Director, Chowk
Musicians: Bani Haykal and Uma Katju
 
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Films from NHK World
Programme : Films from NHK World
Start Date:  28 Feb 2019  At:  18:00  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
Films from NHK World
 
Living Ninja Legend – Masaaki Hatsumi (45 min; dvd; English)
Ninjas are an enduring, iconic figures of Japan. Active about 500 years ago during the country’s Warring States period, and thought to be long gone, however centuries later one ninja is still with us. 84-year-old Masaaki Hatsumi is a successor of the Togakure school and teaches a supreme form of self – defense to more than 100,000 students around the world. What is the essence of this astonishing art? The film investigates the hidden power of this ninja master
 
At 19:00
Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki (75 min; dvd; English)
The Academy Award-winning animated film director shocked the world when he announced his retirement at age 72. But his creative impulse never faded and following a meeting with a group of young animators which specialize in computer graphics, Miyazaki decides to make a short film using CGI to explore new expressive possibilities. The film documents the tremendous struggle that unfolds behind the scenes as Miyazaki, inspired by the new medium, wrestles with CGI for the first time
 
(Collaboration: Embassy of Japan; and NHK World)
 
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Global Peace – Still Possible?
Programme : Global Peace – Still Possible?
Start Date:  28 Feb 2019  At:  18:30  .CONFERENCE ROOM II 
Description :
Global Peace – Still Possible?
Some reflections on the theme
Speaker: Dr. Hans-Georg Wieck, former Ambassador to India
 
Chair: Ambassador Ronen Sen, President, Federation of Indo-German Societies in India
 
To attain global peace is deep rooted in the aspirations of mankind at all times. In our times the protection of mother earth and adequate climate conditions are as indispensable for global peace as are the traditional tools of international conflict and crisis management and resolution
 
(Collaboration: Federation of Indo-German Societies in India)
 
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