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  • Heal yourself this weekend

    Heal yourself this weekend

    If you are looking for some quality time spent taking care of yourself, the Mandala Art workshop organised at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS) in association with the Tabiyat exhibition might be a good idea

  • Let there be light

    Let there be light

    Photographer and curator Ram Rahman will discuss the process that iconic lensman JH Thakker used for his stunning photographs, currently on display at the Byculla museum

  • Weaves from the Northeast...

    Weaves from the Northeast...

    And other regions of India. Ayesha Dasgupta's label, State of Play offers contemporary interpretations of Indian weaves in various forms

  • Web video looks to give voice to the Indian Dalit

    Web video looks to give voice to the Indian Dalit

    Being Indian, a web channel by Culture Machine is now ready to upload The Indian Dalit, a 13-minute long video that throws light on the Dalit community, giving it a 360-degree spin

  • In Nala Damayanti's world

    In Nala Damayanti's world

    In an illustrated talk, hear historian BN Goswamy discuss paintings and the story of a couple who fell in love without having met

  • A forensic workshop for kids

    A forensic workshop for kids

    Here's a workshop that will tempt children to pick up the basics of playing detective

  • Celebrating 16 artistic years in Worli

    Celebrating 16 artistic years in Worli

    Worli’s Tao Art Gallery celebrates turning 16 with a new show of old and new masters

  • Go by natural instinct

    Go by natural instinct

    From trekking the snow-capped Himalayas to trudging through the country’s national parks to observe elephants in the wild, Stephen Alter has discovered a variety of subjects in the lap of nature, which have found way into over 15 books (fiction and non-fiction) that the author has penned

  • From Ajanta to Italy

    From Ajanta to Italy

    Globetrotting artist Sakti Burman returns to the city after nine long years with a solo featuring imagery from India and Europe

  • Retracing the popularity of Satyajit Ray's Feluda, 50 years on

    Retracing the popularity of Satyajit Ray's Feluda, 50 years on

    Fifty years after Satyajit Ray created a Bengali detective, who became an instant hero with readers across the world, a bunch of writers with memories of Feluda retrace his popularity that defied the passage of time

  • Love thy Shakespeare

    Love thy Shakespeare

    The Drama School of Mumbai’s current batch will present Juliet Aur Uska Romeo, a Hindi adaptation of Shakespeare’s classic on the Valentine’s Day weekend as part of their curriculum

  • Using art for awareness at the Dharavi Biennale

    Using art for awareness at the Dharavi Biennale

    This weekend, head to the Dharavi Biennale to gauge how local artisans and simple ideas on health and social issues are helping create awareness within the community

  • What's on at the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival?

    What's on at the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival?

    The guide selects the must-watch, must-attend sights and sounds at the arts festival that kicks off tomorrow

  • Mumbai school to host start-up fest for budding student entrepreneurs

    Mumbai school to host start-up fest for budding student entrepreneurs

    A Mulund school will host a two-day start-up festival to give student entrepreneurs a chance to meet potential investors, find mentors and learn about starting their own business

  • Spanish DJ Edu Imbernon talks music

    Spanish DJ Edu Imbernon talks music

    Ahead of his performance at Sula Fest in Nashik, DJ Imbernon talks about performing in India again, his formula to get a mix right and more...

  • History of India through rare prints

    History of India through rare prints

    From a picturesque Bombay Fort to rare mangoes of Mazagaon, peep into India’s history at an illustrated talk by city-based art historian Dilnavaz Mehta

  • Music: A rock band for kids

    Music: A rock band for kids

    Chikaraks, India’s first Rock band for kids is set for their debut gig in the city, this weekend

  • T! Play, the street theatre contest of TISS is back for the second year

    T! Play, the street theatre contest of TISS is back for the second year

    Here's a treat for lovers of a now beaten genre of theatre. This Saturday, the Tata Institute of Social Sciences will organise T! Play, an open competition for street theatre

  • Facebook group takes on casteism in India with Bollywood memes

    Facebook group takes on casteism in India with Bollywood memes

    Just Savarna Things, a Facebook page started by a group of young professionals and students are using social media to poke fun at caste-denying, so-called liberal upper caste Indians through Bollywood-inspired memes

  • A slice of Japan in Lower Parel

    A slice of Japan in Lower Parel

    Live performances, authentic fare, demos of martial arts and a lot more — get a glimpse of all things Japan at festival that begins this Saturday

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