Bombay Natural History Society launches the book ‘Ouch!’ Cried Planet Earth by Ms. Dheera KitchluChief Guest: Mr. Rahul Bose03 December 2010, 5:30 PMVenue: Bombay Natural History Society AuditoriumNational Centre for the Performing Arts presents the Play ‘Ouch!’ Cried Planet Earth by Ms. Dheera KitchluPerformed by: St. Siena School & OrphanageChief Guest: Mr. Bittu Sahgal04 December 2010, 6:00 PMVenue: Sunken Garden, NCPA
2. CHILDREN’S FILM FESTIVAL
3. ARTS EDUCATION CONFERENCE
The 2010 Conference will recognise and celebrate synergies with worldwide thinking about Arts Education priorities. By Arts Education we mean kindling a connection to the arts for the teacher, both as an ‘individual’ and as an ‘educator’, through exposure to music, movement, theatre, visual arts and puppetry. This year’s edition aims at enumerating links between the fields of art, culture, development and education. It will remain faithful to the momentum of Kali-Kalisu, which derives from Arts Education initiatives at grassroots levels in school contexts. It will equally hope to catalyse conversations with broader Indian and international Arts Education activist communities that are engaged in the continual dialogue of global and local realities, ideas, theories and practices.Pre-registration is essential and free of charge. Forms are also available at www.indiaifa.org. You may fill out an e-form and send it to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will confirm your participation as soon as we hear from you.
Venue : National Gallery of Modern Art, Bangalore
December 10-12, 2010 will see Hyderabad play host to nearly 100 writers from across India, writing in various Indian languages and English.Never before have the Twin Cities seen an assemblage of such a large and diverse group of writers at a single event, reading from their work and sharing their insights into the creative process.HLF2010 will be a multi-lingual event with the following objectives –
- To promote and further the cause of Indian literature and national integration.
- To enable poets and writers – both national and international – to interact and share their work.
- To encourage translation of works of regional literatures into English for presentation during the Literary Festival
- To enable discussion on important issues affecting literature
- To offer an opportunity for literature lovers to listen to and interact with noted writers.
- To promote Hyderabad as an important centre for literary events.
Poetry with Prakriti is a two-week long festival of poetry held annually in Chennai to coincide with the famed Chennai music season. The festival brings together eminent and emerging poets, featuring readings to small, intimate audiences. These readings take place at several venues in the city, including colleges and cafeteria, IT parks and green public parks and spaces, and select shops and commercial establishments. The idea is to bring poetry closer to the public of Chennai.
You can view the entire schedule of the festival here.