• Ballads for Two | Russian, French & Spanish Tales

    Join us for an intimate session on the terrace of Alliance Francaise with the Russian Opera Singer, Anna and Aditya Gandhi, concert guitarist, as they take us on a beautiful journey. Bringing narratives from Russia, Spain, and France, this multilingual…

  • ArtSpeaks | Power of Autobiographical Storytelling

    In this performance talk, Gauri Raje, an anthropologist and storyteller, will be speaking about the contemporary storytelling form of autobiographical storytelling, and her work in relation to this form. What kind of ‘re-membering’ does autobiographical storytelling call for? And why…

  • Kathakali, through the eyes of Michel Lestrehan

    Michel Lestréhan’s artistic universe consists of a contemporary choreographic research as well as a practice of traditional arts: Kathakali and Kalaripayatt of Kerala. Having spent 34 years between France and India, he has been a part of many Indo-French collaborations.…

  • CineClub | Cherchez La Femme

    Some Like It Veiled (French: Cherchez la femme) is a 2017 French comedy film directed by Sou Abadi. Armand, the bookish son of Iranian immigrants who’s completely smitten by Leila, an Arab girl from the banlieue enrolled with Armand in…





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13 architects from around India raise their voices in critique, mourn the dying city and reminisce about forgotten beauty in this first-of-its-kind exhibition.   When I heard that an exhibition called the ‘Death of Architecture’ was coming to Mumbai, I…

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“Hurrian Hymn No.6” is the oldest known written music piece, discovered so far. This origin of this piece dates back to 3400 years back in Bronze Age. It was engraved by Syrians on a clay slab. Even the origins of…