Saturday, September 18, 2010

Pune Festival 2010 | 13th – 21st September Complete Schedules,Events And Timings

On September 13:- Hasyotsav Ekpatricha’ and Wa Sunbai Wah!’ plays. Sangeet Sandhya’, a programme based on Hindi and Marathi songs, put together by journalist cum singer Mohammed Ayyaz, is also scheduled for the day.
September 14th:-A musical programme called Gitanjali’ based on bhavgeet. Plays by the top three performers of the Purushottam Karandak MIT College of engineering, College of Engineering, Pune and the ILS Law College are also a part of the schedule.
September 15th:- Jhim Pori Jhim a play written and directed by Santosh Pawar.
September 18th:- The first edition of the lavani mahotsav Nad Karaycha Nay’ will be presented by Maya Khutegaonkar and Trupti
September 19:- Anjali Patil a Kathak Canada-based dancer will perform for the day, followed by Rajas Sukumar, a dance-drama based on abhangs’ of saints like Ramdas, Sant Tukaram, Eknath, Kanhopatra, Namdeo Maharaj and Sant Dyaneshwar.
Venue: Pune
Date: 13th – 21st September
Photography Exhibition
Waves Art Gallery presents an exhibition of photographs by students of The Rewachand Bjojwani Academy a national open school. To develop written skills among these kids, they were taken to a park where they took pictures that will inspire them to think and write in a creative manner. Each student clicked four to five photographs of their choice and the outcome resulted in to a remarkable collection of pictures.
Venue: Waves Art Gallery, B 204, Parmar Trade Centre, Sadhu Vaswani Chowk
Date: 17th – 25th September
Painting Exhibition by Tripat Lall
Tripat Lall is an artist who chose canvas over teaching. Lall’s paintings are all done with oil-based mediums and few in acrylics. She is exhibiting her paintings for the first time in Pune
Venue: Malaka Spice, Lane 5, North Main Road, Koregaon Park
Date: 16th – 30th September
Acrylic Waterscapes – Painting Exhibition
Artist Deepali Kodal Gurjal presents an exhibition on Acrylic waterscapes. Her paintings show the unique watery effect, though they are painted with acrylic colours. Most of her paintings are done using Knife.
Venue: - Bliss Art Gallery, Koregaon Park, North Main Road
Date:-30th Aug – 18th Sept’10
Time: – 9am – 6 pm

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