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Year-End line up of the best cultural events in Ahmedabad Year-End line up of the best cultural events in Ahmedabad

In this curated list find out about the best cultural events in Ahmedabad scheduled in the month of November and December, 2018. Check it out and make your schedules for the next 30 days.While the citizens and businesses are still recovering from the Diwali hibernation, the creative heads of Ahmedabad have already set the dice rolling. The atmosphere is all set to welcome the winter jam-packed with amazing cultural do’s. Every faculty of arts, be it literature, visual art, design, dance and music – all has a strong footing in the city’s culture calendar over next month. And mind you, this is just the beginning, the season shall go on uptill end of march 2019. We shall be updating you on that, but meanwhile go through this fantastic list and make your schedule for the upcoming month i.e mid of November to mid of December 2018. Women Seen and Remembered – Drawings of Women by KG Subramanyan – November 20, 2018Neekoee Foundation, Ahmedabad and Seagull Foundation for the Arts, Kolkata brings a grand art show in Ahmedabad at the Hutheesing Centre. ‘Women Seen and Remembered’ is an exclusive exhibition of Padma Vibhushan artist Kalpathi...

Blossoming art of Madhu Kailashi, Anklesh Nisad, Alay Mistry and Gopal Parmar Blossoming art of Madhu Kailashi, Anklesh Nisad, Alay Mistry and Gopal Parmar

Find out how these four young artists explored their beliefs and concerns through the medium of art at their respective art shows held at Ravishankar Raval Kala Bhavan. Anklesh Nisad and Madhu Kailashi’s Estetik Arts explored themes of folk life and feminism; Alay Mistry played with geometry and scrap metal to give form to this thoughts whereas Gopal Parmar has enquired upon themes of urbanisation and deforestation in his prints and paintings. All of these were exhibited between October 25-28, 2018 in Ahmedabad.MADHU KAILASHI An architect by profession, Madhu Kailashi, exhibited for the first time in the art show titled ‘Estetik Arts’, along with artist Anklesh Nishad. Hailing from New Delhi, her interest in art started as a hobbyist, who made artworks primarily to gift loved ones. She moved to Ahmedabad upon her marriage with architect Manan Malviya, who persuaded her to exhibit her work. Her confidence grew and she launched the website www.estetikarts.com to promote and sell art to seeking collectors. In the show she has displayed 27 watercolour works, most of which are based upon the theme of feminism. Most of her work is figurative and describes various mo...

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Perceive the world of KG Subramanyan through his images of women

Women Seen and Remembered is a selection of KG Subramanyan’s drawings, paintings and sketches which are predominated by women. Subramanyan’s oeuvre is huge and diverse, with women forming a major part of his artistic enquiry. These exhibition presents a wonderful opportunity to get to know the renowned artist through the display of 300 works at Huthe...

Anil Relia's 'A Parsi delight' is a sparkling treasury on Parsi life

Anil Relia once again opens his treasure chest to give us a sparkling collection of Parsi portraits in the ninth edition of his eponymous Indian Portrait series. The vast personal collection includes portrait paintings, photographs, prints and collectible of the Parsi community ranging from early 16th century to late 20th century. The show opened at Amdavad...

Adalaj Water Festival highlights heritage and brings new audiences to a historic monument
Adalaj Water Festival highlights heritage and brings new audiences to a historic monument

 The famed Water Festival of Gujarat brought together musicians of all different backgrounds at the historic Adalaj Stepwell for an evening of fusion fun. On November 25, 2018, the 500-year-old Adalaj Stepwell in Gujarat blushed pink, aglow with the amb...

ABIR First Take 2018 - a scintillating showcase of artistic perseverance

Third year in a row, Abir First Take, gives voice to the expressions of young artists from across India. The competition attracted close to 2000 entries out of which the decorated jury hand picked 111 artworks to be showcased at the annual display held in Ahmedabad from October 27 to November 2, 2018 at Hutheesing Centre. Winners of First Take 2018 With its thir...

Ahmedabad based Wagh Bakri group celebrate their 100th year in business with a lavish 2-storey tea lounge in their home town

Ahmedabad based Wagh Bakri group celebrate their 100th year in business by inaugurating a lavish, two-storey tea lounge in Ahmedabad. The outlet, their 13th in India will serve over 130 types of national and international teas, alongside they plan to use the lounge for music and literature sessions to create a vibrant space for tea lovers.Wagh Bakri, literally ...


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