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cHa Cha cHa – 2019

November 8, 2019

cHa Cha cHa – 2019 is an event that is centred on the idea of ‘practice.’ The entire festival is focused on those individuals who are ‘practicing’ art as a way of life or even means of life; on a daily basis. This event primarily aims to present artistic practices which may or may not fit directly into the popular notion of art/artist. That being said, it will also engage with popular mediums such as Painting and Sculpture. cHa Cha cHa event will host art exhibitions, art classes, artistic workshops, musical and theatre performances. Overall, cHa Cha cHa is an idea that resonates, accommodates and shelters all forms of practices to bring them out into the public sphere so as to enable a dialogue that contributes to larger cultural discourse.

cHa Cha cHa – 2019 (Nov. 9)
Artistic Workshop / Exhibitions
(Open to public from 4 pm onwards)
@ Windflower, Maharana Pratap Road, Nazarbad.

Drawing Classes by Vijay Bagodi
(Open to public from 2 pm to 5 pm)
@ Windflower, Maharana Pratap Road, Nazarbad.
Vijay Bagodi’s works are based on his observations of both personal and social space around him. His works address a wide range of subjects that originate out of his experiences. His creative involvement has made it possible for him to objectively look at social issues and subjectively comment on them through his representations.

Reading – a Practice 57
@ Windflower, Maharana Pratap Road, Nazarbad, (2 pm – 6 pm).
Book Exhibition by Mahesh Rao & S. Ramanatha

Music by Nada Maninalkur
@ Kalpakshetra , 581/1, 4th Stage,1st Phase, Vijayanagar, 6 pm – 7 pm.
Nada Maninalkur identifies himself as a wanderer singer. He sees his love and musical instrument as a means to connect people, minds, lives and their memories.


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