Apr 29, 2020
One of India’s most celebrated actors, Irrfan Khan known for his expressive eyes, died after succumbing to a long battle with cancer. He was 54. A gaping void has been left in the Indian film industry as one of India’s…
Apr 23, 2020
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May 29, 2019
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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…
Hello, Yatris. It’s Friday, that means the eve of a replenishing weekend where one seeks to relax, spend time with their loved ones and pursue to work on their hobbies. To facilitate through the tedious task of deciding ‘what to do’ this weekend, we bring you a specially curated list of the most happening events of the city with our 252nd edition of Ahmedabad Art Weekly.
Presenting an intriguing comic clash bonanza, Jeff Baron brings you a funny, moving and intergenerational play, called Visiting Mr. Green, a gripping drama of the confrontations between an 86 year-old widow and a young corporate executive.
Adapted from the famous story written byShri Kanjibhuta Barot, Jithrobhabho is a play that talks about the superstitions prevailing in our society. The play will take you on a trip to Saurashtra through a suspenseful, yet humourous folk lore.
For the art buffs out there, we have three amazing exhibitions for you. First up, we have an exhibition, titled ‘Imprinted Memories’, by Savitha Ravi who will explore her fondest nd deepest memories through a compelling collection of her artworks. And secondly, celebrating the spirit of womanhood, Vishalla Open Art Gallery is adorned with incredible artworks by various lady artists of Ahmedabad with their exhibition ‘And Equal World to An Enable World’. Go check it out!
Conflictorium brings you a yet another thought provoking exhibition, titled ‘Cartographic Anxieties’, which attempts to reflect upon the anxieties which are created out of already defined or imagined boundaries and about anxieties which in turn create new boundaries.
And along with that, catch a compelling lecture by Anita Dube, co-founder of Khoj International Artists’ Association,where she will talk about Materials and Concepts revolving around the changing art scape.
If this weekend, you feel like exploring the city with some interesting perspectives and unique angles, join Hitesh and Akash in their Photo Walk. With not so great cameras, they are going to capture some amazing moments.
Scrapyard – The theatre, in association with B3ING, presents Actomania, a theatre festival for Actors. It is a festival which features hand-picked plays specifically written, designed and directed by actors.
This Monday, Alliance Francaise d’Ahmedabad brings us a yet another edition of Le Laugh, a funtastic post-office open mic which will give the perfect dosage of laughter to survive through the week.
Ambala Dahyabhai Patel, a Kheda born was an Indo-Fijian politician who had fought tremendously for the rights of farmers. He started his political journey by entering into the 1929 Legislative Council election campaign, together with S.B. Patel and Vishnu Deo, and started taking up leadership positions in number of organisations. He became the president of Fiji Indian Congress in 1930, a member of the legislative council for 3 terms, and founded the Fijian political party, National Federation Party, in 1968. His actions and ways were often misunderstood by people but his strive was always to admonish justice.
For his valour and determination, we dedicate our 252nd Ahmedabad Art Weekly to his legacy.