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Events to attend this week ( 10/07/15 – 16/07/15)

1. Kitsch Mandi- Bengaluru


Kitsch Mandi Local Brings you a Sunday filled with delicious brunch on the terrace (12-4pm), Live music by local talent all afternoon, 15 selected flea market stalls, Art filled walls and windows and much more. More details.

When: 12th July
Where: The Humming Tree, 12th main, Indira nagar

2. Folktales from the Northeast – Bengaluru


The Northeast is home to about 220 languages from multiple language families. But through all of these, their folktales carry similar motifs of the genesis of our world, shared identities and values. Listen to some of these folktales from the tribes of the Northeast. There’ll be creation myths, singing minstrels and love stories. More details.

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When: 11th July
Where: Atta Galatta, #134, KHB Colony, 5th Block, Koramangala, Bebgaluru.

3. “Sakti – Women Of Substance” exhibition – Delhi



This landmark exhibition organised by SHIVI ART ASIA brings together more than 40 artworks & collections from different parts of India & the world. Divided into four thematic sections, Painting, Photography,Digital art & Sculptures, the show presents a woman in all her forms as a Power, Inner strength, Calmness, Mother nature, Support, a protagonist & the sufferer. The exhibition features works made by both male & female artists. More details.

When: 15th July
Where: Visual Arts Gallery, India Habitat Centre (IHC), Lodhi Road, Delhi

4. Blood donation camp – Agra


You might not be a doctor but you can be a part of the cause to save crucial lives. Participate in the blood donation camp. More details.

When: 11th July
Where: Fizz Gym, 3rd Floor, Ram Raghu Plaza, opp. RBS College, Khandhari. Agra, Uttar Pradesh

5. Indian Folk Art 365 – Bengaluru


Contemporary Indian Folk Art Workshop for creative enthusiasts in association with Mycopie Notebooks. Secrets of Indian Folk Arts : Bengal Patua, Pattachitra, Madubani, Warli, Hase Chitra, Kerala Mural, Tholu Bommalata, Chitrakathi, Kalamkari, Gond Art & Sanjhi Art. Bengal Patua Indian Folk Art Style Exploration & Art Techniques. Contemporary Indian Folk Art digital illustrations technique and much more. More details.

When: 12th July
Where: Atta Galatta, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka.

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