Crystal Cities' brings together some of Jagannath Panda's recent paintings, sculptures and installations. Crystal Cities. Drawing from his urban surroundings, Panda explores issues of dislocation and chaos experienced in rapidly changing cities. The sculptures on display are made of diverse materials such as wood, found objects, toys and fabric to create large columnar structures, imitating memorial monuments.
Join us for a journey with Sudhir Patwardhan who re-engages the city of Mumbai through his paintings!
Listen to Uttarbhartiya, Uttarakhandi Folk and Indie Pop at the Museum Plaza
Curated by Avijit Mukul Kishore and Rohan Shivkumar
By Youssef Chahine
Egyptian Arabic with English subtitles, b/W, 95 min, 1958
In collaboration with Alliance Française de Bombay
La Tour “The Cheater of the Ace of Diamonds” (1635) (30') Le Lorrain “Seaport at Sunset”(1639) (30') Rubens “The portaits of Hélène Fourment” (around 1636) (30')
In collaboration with Canada in India
The Museum is delighted to present 'Children’s Film Festival' featuring exciting animated stories about children and their freedom, rights and values. Join us for these fun and educational monthly film screenings!
Ramleela performance for children and parents, in collaboration with Grooming Babies.The show is hosted by puppeteer and academician Sahba Bhandula along with puppeteer and story-teller Dr. Pooja Jain.
2 performances from 3 pm - 4 pm (already booked) and 4 pm - 5pm are planned respectively.
Age: 3 - 10 / parents
Tickets: Rs. 200 per person
Inspired by the ongoing exhibition 'Crystal Cities' The workshop will ask participants to engage with the artworks and use found paper and other materials (which we will be provided by the Musuem) to create collages that reflect Mumbai's present, potential futures and particular urban challenges.
Tickets: Rs. 200 per person
This festive season, bring your family to the Museum, get crafty and create your own unique lanterns with recycled and found materials!
The activity is free but Museum entry charges apply.
Celebrate Diwali at the Museum! Kolam, also known as the Rangoli or Muggu, is a traditional Indian folk art practised widely in South India, especially in Tamil Nadu.
The workshop will be conducted in collaboration with Iteeha.
Age group: 16+
Charges per head: Rs 300 inclusive of all materials and Museum entry tickets
Materials provided include: square wooden bases, marigold flowers, design patterns and stencils.
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CA contemporary artist with a deep interest in traditional art forms, Jatin Das has a collection of over 8000 traditional hand fans or pankha. His collection has been shown in different cultural institutions of the world. Das will highlight parts of this collection talking about traditional crafts and the practice of collecting.
(Lecture and live demonstrations)
Join us as we trace the journey of this magnificent string instrument, the brief history and origin of sitar, including the basic playing techniques, and live demonstration of the main features of raag elaborations including the alap, jhala, jor and gat.
In collaboration with Swardhara Events
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