Spandan is an ensemble of 30+ of Sangeeta Singh’s recent works mostly as oil on canvas but also some drawings on paper and an installation.art and culture Updated: Oct 05, 2012 23:38 IST
Dreams on canvas
Spandan is an ensemble of 30+ of Sangeeta Singh’s recent works mostly as oil on canvas but also some drawings on paper and an installation. The wistful visuals seem to emerge partly from her colourful real-life encounters and partly from some ethereal dream-world. Singh paints in oil on canvas, drawings on paper and also creates mixed media art. Of particular interest is her play with shadows, grids and objects.
Till October 7, 11 am-8 pm, Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre.
For details call: 9868713185
Image of a girl interrupted
Child Rights and You and Nazar foundation brings Click Rights: for the Girl Child — a 40-day citizen photo journalism campaign aimed at highlighting the issues faced by the girl child in accessing her right to education. The theme of the campaign is ‘Ichha – a Desire to Learn’, which represents the countless girls who are denied their rights and aspirations, particularly their desire to learn. The campaign is followed by an exhibition of short-listed pictures in five cities including Delhi.
October 6-7, 11 am-9 pm, Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj. For details call: 30174700
The cow as the mother
In India, the cow has been regarded as a mother and worshiped. It has been referenced in various scriptures that demigods reside in Gau-mata. She is the source of all divine qualities. With its ‘Holy Cow Festival’, Kalpavriksha is trying to re-establish self-sufficient cow based culture. Highlights of the festival will be Gau-mata Puja, art exhibition of famous artists, lectures and presentations on the importance of mother cow.
October 6, 9 am to 8 pm, ISKCON Auditorium, East of Kailash. For details call: 9350145954