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Your weekend fix

regional movies Updated: Sep 07, 2013 00:36 IST
Hindustan Times


Embark on a magical journey and take a look at great complexity of thought and grace of form in the works of Tanuj Bhramar. A multi dimensional artist and film maker, Bhramar’s paintings include layering, grading, texturing and highlights.

The subject matter of his paintings concentrates on the traditions and symbols of tribal cultures, portrayed through its distinct heritage and its natural environment of fauna.

10am to 7pm, September 5-11, Art Spice Gallery, Metropolitan Hotel, Bangla Sahib Road. Call: 9930442488

Inspiring art

Experience the true calling, faith and self discovery of various emerging artists through their artworks and rich monochromatic paintings. Attend the exhibition which includes works of artists like Sita Rattan, Radhika Surana, Geetika Sangwan and Anil Kohli. The artworks include bright and vibrant pieces that reflect joy and a sense of play.

11am to 8pm, September 7-8, Club Aralias, DLF Golf Links, Gurgaon. Call: 9811904440

Put on your dancing shoes

Tap your feet by joining the dance class of your liking. Learn Kalaripayattu, advanced contemporary dance or contemporary dance for beginners at the Gati Dance Forum which has introduced a new set of dance classes.

It is a living tradition of martial training from Kerela which is recommended for professional dancers who want to develop their agility, concentration and strength. Advanced dance class will be a combination of floorwork and travelling sequences while for beginners it will start with small floorwork.

September 9-27, 5, Wind Mill Place, 17, Khirkee Extension, opp. Select City Walk. For details call: 9971406113

Rhyme and shine

Share poems, stories and smiles at pach, poetry and cheap humour, where loony poets meet up and share anecdotes and laughs, every week or fortnight. If you have written poetry at some point in your life and want to share it, this is the place to head where you can come with your most personal poetry and not be judged for it.

2 pm onwards, september 8, d-1/51, near modern school, vasant vihar. call: 9910501935


Film fiesta- A package of three Hungarian films will be screened at Epicentre. Down by Love, directed by Tamás Sas, is about a 24-year-old who is in a secret relationship with her adoptive father.

Fresh Air, directed by Ágnes, examines the relationship between a mother and daughter who want to escape their humdrum lives to find something different. Kontroll, directed by Nimród Antal, is about the dramatic but comical relationships between passengers and ticket inspectors that everybody is familiar with.

Enjoy these popular Hungarian films at special screenings this month.

7.30 pm, September 10-27 (Tuesdays), Epicentre, Apparel House, Sector 44, Complex, Gurgaon. Call: 0124-2715000

First Published: Sep 07, 2013 00:33 IST