Chart the Week Ahead
February 20 | Koramangla
Learn to make natural soaps at
a workshop on Saturday. You will be taught how to create loofah, scented and unscented soaps and more. By making soap in your own kitchen, you can tailor it to suit any skin type.
Tickets (`1,600) available at the venue. At Atta Galatta. 11 am-2 pm.
February 21 | Sadashivanagar
NCPA Aadi Anant Festival of Indian
Music is a multi-city fest, and it’s an
ode to the tradition of guru-shishya
parampara. The festival will travel to Bengaluru where Rashid Khan and his disciple Nagesh Adgaonkar will represent Rampur-Sahaswan gharana. At Chowdiah Memorial Hall. 6.30 pm. Tickets (`200 upwards) on bookmyshow.com
Romance on canvas
February 19 | Infantry Road
‘The New Romantics’ exhibition depicts our relationships with fellow human beings, nature and god. It’s brought together a huge number of artistes, including Anand Panchal, Avijit Roy, Bakula Nayak, Basuki Dasgupta, Bhoomika Dange, Biswajit Mondal, and Chandan Chowdury. Entry free. Till March 5. At Infantry Road.
February 20 | Indiranagar
Thermal and a Quarter will headline ‘Road to Converse Rubber Tracks’, a multi-city music competition. This is one of the biggest band hunts that happens in the country drawing participants from all across the board. Tickets (`200 upwards) available
at the venue. At The Humming Tree. 7-11 pm. Details: 9886618386
Ongoing | Vittal Mallya Road
The ruins of Hampi have their own tales to
tell. But fashion photographer Prabuddha Dasgupta has captured his own perspective of Hampi’s elegance through his lens. He juxtaposes the objects of natural beauty against the ragged ruins of Hampi, and the effect is just breathtaking. Entry free. At Ganjam Flagship Store.
11 am-7 pm. Details: 46671889
February 21 onwards | Indiranagar
Maharanis: Women of Royal India is a book as well as a collection
of portraits that will be exhibited on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Tasveer. This exhibition will focus on the blue-blooded women of India who fought purdah to come out into society. The queens, princesses and other royal women made classy subjects for photographers. So come and watch the royal women of India decked in all their finery for the celluloid.
Entry free. At Cinammon. 11 am-8.30 pm. Details: 40535212
Till February 29 | HSR Layout
The Common Wealth of Art celebrates the works of artists Prashanta K Nayak
and Rajesh V Sheth. You can expect a
display of murals, canvases and abstract
art at this multi-faceted art
exhibition. It explores the vibrancy and depth of colours. Entry free. At Gallery Third Eye. 10.30 am-6 pm. Details: 41148645
Feel the blues
February 21 | Rajajinagar
Soulmate is a dream product of musicians Rudy Wallang and Tipriti Kharbangar. They paired up in Shillong to sing blues and have been travelling with their music project ever since. Watch this
power-packed duo perform live in the city this weekend. At Lepakshi Building. 7-9 pm. Tickets (`495) on insider.in
Learn the ropes
February 19 | Church Street
EnVogue Fashion presents Model Mantra — an intensive modelling
workshop. The six week-long
workshop will hone your catwalk and runway skills, as well as your acting
talent. It will also offer insight about the fashion business. At Plugg Networks.
11 am. Tickets (`6,000) on
Good ol’ rock
February 20 | Indiranagar
The BFlat Bar presents two young bands — The Imaginary News, and Sid Jonathan and the Difference. They will celebrate old school rock in its many wonderful forms. The show will feature both original music as well as popular cover tunes. Tickets (`400) available at the venue. At Indiranagar.
9 pm. Details: 41739250