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In Conversation
Programme : In Conversation
Start Date:  28 Nov 2017  At:  18:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description : In Conversation
Nandana Dev Sen -  a children’s author, a child-rights activist and an award-winning actor, will be in conversation with Kris Di Giacomo, a French-American illustrator.
The discussion will be moderated by Chiki Sarkar, founder of Juggernaut
Nandana Dev Sen and Kris Di Giacomo will show us their work-in-progress after having spent a week long residency in India: Earth Song, an illustrated children’s book aiming at showing the natural beauty lying around us, and the importance to care for it.
This very talented duo will tell us more about the genesis of this book and how to give the younger generations tools to care about the environment.
This programme is part of Bonjour India, a four-month-long celebration of Indo-French innovation, creativity and partnership
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The Aesthetic Joy: Holi and Carnival
Programme : The Aesthetic Joy: Holi and Carnival
Start Date:  29 Nov 2017  At:  11:00  .ART GALLERY (IIC Annexe) 
Description :
The Aesthetic Joy: Holi and Carnival
Colour, music and dance shape the landscape of two celebrations separated by more than twelve thousand kilometres: Holi and Carnival. It is the time of tradition and transformation, transfiguration and transcendence, in India and in Brazil. In February and March 2017, the Brazilian photographer Ailton Silva and the Indian photographer Natasha Hemrajani embarked on a journey of swapped places, swapped views, to capture through their lenses these national festivities. Just as glitter and gulaal do, creativity, freedom, different gazes, light and shadow impregnated their art
Inauguration on by H.E. Mr. Tovar da Silva Nunes, Ambassador of Brazil Tuesday, 28 November 2017 at 18:30
(Collaboration: Embassy of Brazil)
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Tagging and Typecasting Women
Programme : Tagging and Typecasting Women
Start Date:  29 Nov 2017  At:  18:00  .LECTURE ROOM-II BASEMENT (ANNEXE) 
Description :
Tagging and Typecasting Women
Panellists: Ms Urvashi Butalia, renowned author and Feminist ; Dr Bulbul Dhar James, well-known academician and human rights activist; Dr Amrinder Kaur Bajaj, renowned author and MD ; Ms Garima Gupta, IAS, Principal Secretary, Higher Education; and Dr Allana Gonmei, a prominent voice for the rights of women
Guest Interactions- Ms Swati Chaturvedi; Dr Amna Mirza , academician ; Sandip Sen, senior medi person; and Dr Geeta Chaudhary, psychologist
Moderated by Ms Vinita Bakshi, Author and Founder She Speaks
Screening of short film/ case study videos
This is  the 5th edition of  a series “She Speaks” organised by Aambra Foundation
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Bima Swarga
Programme : Bima Swarga
Start Date:  30 Nov 2017  At:  15:30  .C.D. DESHMUKH AUDITORIUM 
Description :
Bima Swarga
Balinese Wayang performance from the Mahabharata with Gamelan instruments; Gilak Kayonan puppets; and dance
Artists: I. Made Surya Pradnya (puppeteer); I. Gede Sutarya (Gamelan artist/folk singer); I Dewa Putu Ardita Yasa (Gamelan artist/dancer); I Dewa Alit Swastika (Gamelan artist/dancer); I Gede Eka Parisuda (Gamelan artist/dancer); I. Nyoman Hari Mukti Dananjaya (Gemalan artist/dancer); I Gusti Ngurah Pertu Agung (Gamelan artist/dancer); and I. Gusti Dyah Ambarwati (dancer)
(Collaboration: Embassy of Indonesia)
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Art Exchanges between Japan and India
Programme : Art Exchanges between Japan and India
Start Date:  01 Dec 2017  At:  18:30  .CONFERENCE ROOM I 
Description :
Art Exchanges between Japan and India 
Illustrated Lecture by Dr. Anu Jindal
The lecture will reflect on Japan-India ties strengthened through art exchanges. Both countries have an ancient and rich artistic and philosophical heritage. Buddhism formed the foundation, while in more recent times Okakura Kakuzo and Rabindranath Tagore created strong cultural bonds. Both Japanese and Indian aesthetics are based on deep profundity of philosophical expression beyond the surface image. In modern times, many art events have been held in both countries, these will be discussed, as well as what the future holds
The talk is part of  “2017 The year of Japan-India Friendly Exchanges” endorsed by Embassy of Japan in India
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