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delhi Updated: Jun 22, 2013 00:01 IST

Revisiting art

Artists Seema Chaudhary and Nitin Chaudhary celebrate their show ‘Ganpati & Chromophore’, in a series of their artworks.

The series is supposed to generate a feeling of ‘joy, happiness, contentment and fulfilment’ in the heart of the onlooker.

The current exhibition consists of two sets of divergent streams of art manifesting in the creations of contemporary and fantasy, while the Ganesha series is a tribute to Ganesha and his various avatars.

There are different layers joined together depicting motifs with an Indian flavour alongside both traditional and western styles.

From 10 am to 8 pm, June 28-30, Open Palm Court Gallery, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, Call: 9818119569

Potter’s fancy
Sanskriti Foundation brings to you hands-on pottery workshops exploring various forms of clay art for children (above 6 years ) every Sunday and enamel art classes involving art of enamelling on silver, copper and steel every weekend.

10 am, June 23- July 14, Sanskriti Kendra, MG Road. For registration and details, call 64675041

Funny tones
Geliophobics Entertainment brings the second edition of The Laugh Riot Nights’, showcasing world class comedians in a two-hour show. The artists performing will be Gursimran Khamba, Sundeep Rao, and Akshay Bd. Experience some of the popular comic minds when they take the stage today, and provide non-stop laughter with their amusing view of the world.

10 pm onwards, June 22, Café Ludus, MGF Metropolitan, Saket, Call: 9870018881

Cinematic ties
This weekend don’t miss the last two days of the first Chinese film festival in Delhi. A government of India and India China Economic and Cultural Council initiative, CFF 2013, the festival that began on June 18 has showcased a variety of genres. Watch out for One Flew Over Raisin Ranch and Ocean Heaven today, and Back to 1942 on Sunday.

June 22- 23, 4 pm & 7 pm. Entry free. Siri Fort Auditorium, August Kranti Marg. Call: 26493370