Look into the artworks of talented visually-impaired children in an exhibition organised by the Institute for the Blind. ‘Eyecan’ is an attempt to promote art which explores their feelings. The artworks have been crafted using a device that uses Braille to mark colours. On display are 15 artwork selected out of hundreds of artworks created during a three month long workshop.
5.30pm, till February 21, Art Eterne, F-228, Lado Sarai. Call: 9711746533
If you are interested in various forms of art and their collective effect you may like to visit Sound, Art, Technology (SAT), an international sound and collaborative music festival. Through performances, productions, presentations, discussions and workshops which include, Swiss Jazz Ensemble, Don Li’s Orbital Garden, German folk artist Petra Rehwald among others, SAT engages with the impact of technology on production and dissemination of music.
10am - 8.30pm, February 20-24, Max Mueller Bhavan, Call: 26015881/2
Art from across the border
Artists from Pakistan have put up a group show which showcases traditional as well as contemporary art in Pakistan in an exhibition titled Crossing Over. “In the last two decades, art from Pakistan has adopted an interesting route. Terms like ‘Neo- Miniature’ have cropped up, mapping out the direction that Pakistani Art is leading to,” says curator Ambereen Karamat. Quddus Mirza, Jamil Baloch, Saira Shekh and Sabina Zaffar are participating among others.
11am - 7pm, till March 2, Latitude 28, Lado Sarai. Call: 46791111
Science of dreams and space
Budding artist Arash Deep Singh unveils his first ever solo exhibition, ‘Evening Dreams and the mind-bending’. The Artist chose acrylic medium to express himself. While the mind-bending, satires the success of reason and science, through the evolutionary development of the social animal and is inspired from photographs taken from the outer space.
11am-7pm, February 16-23, Arpana Art Gallery, 4/6 Siri Fort Institutional Area. Call: 26494554