When seeing is believing
The Art of Seeing is a workshop for those who’ve lifted a piece of charcoal, have been attracted to the paint-brush, but haven’t been able to do anything about it. Mark Warner, who has been teaching art, drawing and visualisation for two decades, will conduct the workshop, facilitating varied exercises to engage one’s right brain. February 26, 9:30am-1:30pm. Zorba The Buddha, 7, Tropical Drive, MG Road, Ghitorni. Call 9311902245
Also check out The Urban Monk Diaries. The blog-turned-book has tips on how to “travel light, breathe easy, stretch lazily, see clearly, love
liberally, work joyfully.” Zorba The Buddha. The book will be launched on March 4 at the World Book Fair.
Mind over movements
The human mind is the starting point of everything — of life, of love, of expression. What better way, than to combine the mind with movements, leading to a harmonious symphony. Croatian dancer, Nikolina Nikoleski, known for using her understanding of the human psyche in dance movements, will conduct a dance workshop over the weekend. The workshop will work through the process of how text and ideas ignite certain expressions within the human body. Participants do not require prior training in dance. February 29 to March 1. 4pm, Vadehra Art Gallery,
D-178 Phase I, Okhla. Call 24622545
An ode to planet earth
With the motto: ‘Every day is a earth day’ in mind, Karabi Artworks brings to you some pretty art creations using discarded materials. The artists who will showcase their work in the exhibition include Trilochan Anand, Purnna Behra, Pratima Rege, Sukesan Kanka, Hardik Kansara, Prashant Nageshkar and Subha Sreenivasan. To create awareness about environment and bring about a change in the hearts and minds of people is a not an easy task. Calling it green consciousness, the show intends to make a conscious difference to Planet Earth .
April 22-25, Eros Hotel, Nehru Place.
For details, call 46016111