Jun 14, 2019
Streaming platforms like Netflix have enabled new cinema to emerge in exciting ways and these often turn out to be great alternatives to mainstream cinema. What makes this phenomenon possible? We explore. I’m 10 minutes into watching Nanette on Netflix…
May 31, 2019
Check out some highly rated heritage Airbnb properties in Ahmedabad that are more than a century old but don’t cost a fortune! Enjoy the basic amenities of a hotel while you revel in the local cuisine, colour and hospitality. The…
May 29, 2019
Let’s know Shubigi Rao, who has recently been selected as the curator for the 2020 Kochi Muziris Biennale, for her “exceptional acumen and inventive sensibilities” The format of the art biennale to showcase contemporary visual art, across the world is modeled on…
May 24, 2019
In this piece 64 year old Dr Yatin Desai, shares with CY his inspiring story of how to scale towering mountains with utmost ease and how this life adventure activity can shape human character and health. Chances are high that…
Happy Mahashivratri, folks! A night, celebrating the existence and blessings of Lord Shiva, one of the Tridevs (Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva) of Hinduism. He is regarded as one of the supreme beings who creates, protects and transforms the universe. Whereas, his existence is no question amongst those who have heard his name, the origin stories of Mahashivratri differ. While some believe that Shiva agreed to save the world, with earnest requests from Goddess Parvati, on this day, certain folklores suggest that this was his favourite day, when asked by Parvati. But inconsequential to the origin of the festival, all Hindus celebrate this occasion with enthusiasm.
And it would be a shame if you were not to celebrate the gift of life on this auspicious occasion. Here is the 249th edition of Ahmedabad Art Weekly which will navigate you towards the most happening locations in the city.
This week, we bring you an eclectic bunch of events to attend. TTEC is organising their 18th Annual Motif TTEC Charity Walk which aims to create a benevolent act to make a valuable contribution to the community, as well as improve people’s physical health. Become a part of this walk as thousands of Amdavadis take to the streets.
The House of MG is inaugurating their new gallery, named Ahmd Trunk with an elegant exhibition. Titled as ‘Glimpses of a Family Legacy’, the show will feature a selection of jewellery, personal ornaments, silver, items of worship and tableware curated by Puja Vasa Shah. Presenting an exhibition whose muse is the natkhat maakhan chor, Aura Art presents a group show titled ‘Krishna – The Infinite’.
Kultura, a night of musical and literary extravaganza, is a festival which celebrates the purest and most ancient mediums of storytelling. From content creating workshops to fantastic live performances with the beautiful backdrop of MICA’s campus, Kultura is the place to be this weekend!
Matrubhasha Abhyan, GLF, Creative Yatra and AMC’s collaborated efforts bring you a yet another chapter of Gothadi. With the keynote speaker as Anita Tanna, the topic for the talk is ‘Matrubhasha – Sarjnatmak ni Chavi’ (Mother Tongue – Key to creativity).
4 Xavierites have come up with an exciting event called ‘Huddang’, an open mic open to all topics and forms of expression. They aim to create a platform where you can express yourself freely without any restrictions or fear of being judged. Be it a stand-up, rap, theatre performance, poetry, or painting; the stage is open for all.
If you are looking for some cultural exploration, join India Heritage Walk Festival in Exploring Indian Art Objects of Lalbhai Dalpatbhai Museum. The museum exhibits a wide range of sculptures, an exquisite collection of Indian coinage, painted paper manuscripts dating back to 1396 AD, and many more surprises.
Fanatika is hosting a German Festival, a fiesta of films, language and incredible food. Along with 2 German movies and a European Vegan Food Festival, the event will also conduct a free German language class. Rajwadi Gujarati Rajasthani Restaurant brings you the fourth edition of Swarotsav, a 3-day festival of musical and cultural exploration.
Indian Astronomy Club is back again to take you on an extraterrestrial adventure. Join them in a stargazing event, as they observe the New Moon with a telescope.