Some of the finest chamber musicians from around the world come together at the bi-annual National Centre for Performing Arts' Artistes Festival, and this year promises to be the same. The four-day-long 10th edition of the festival begins on November 26.
Titled "Method in Madness", M Narayan's show at The Viewing Room gallery, Colaba, explores two distinct aspects of life in India — life in rural Karnataka and the world of sport of polo. His work is awash with bright colours which, he says, capture the spirit of India. The show is on till November 30. Contact: 22830026
Do we observe the universe or does it observe us? Do we exist for a reason?
Titled Antropia, a performance by Mexico's Realizando Ideas, an arts organisation, explores these questions. Directed by Jessica Sandoval, this will have three dancers on stage at Instituto Cervantes on December 1. Contact: 43681907
As 25 artists from Afghanistan, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh come together, they attempt to build bridges to reach common goals. The exhibition titled "Imagining Our Future Together" has been travelling since October. The India leg of the exhibition will be held at Open Palm Court, India Habitat Centre, on December 5. Contact 24682001
Author and comic strip illustrator Marcia Williams will talk about her work, including illustrations of classic stories including Noah's Ark and Don Quixote. Lend an ear on November 27 at the British Library, SCO 183-187, Sector 9-C, Chandigarh.
The Saang Festival will bring on stage saangs of eminent playwrights and directors. Saang is a popular folk theatre form of Rajasthan, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh and incorporates histrionics and mimicry accompanied by song and dialogue. The festival is on from November 26 to 30 at The Tagore Theatre, Sector 18, Chandigarh.
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