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    Shine on
    All season, Online
    BeBajrang, the online mena��s accessory brand, has launched a collection of neck chains handcrafted with 925 Sterling Silver, rhodium finished, plated with 18 k gold and encrusted with CZ diamonds on their estore. Featuring experimental designs that are sure to be a hit with men, the collection features pendants like the twin sea horse, anchor and the elephant head facet among others. Prices from Rs 3,499 to Rs 7,699. Details: bebejarang.com



    Hello Ibis
    All season, Ibis Hotel
    The city sees the launch of Ibis Hotela��s second branch called Ibis Chennai City Centre, in Anna Salai. The 12th location in the country, the hotel has 155 well-equipped rooms, and is located near the airport. Besides their multi-cuisine restaurant called Spice It, that serves Indian, Oriental and European cuisine, their bar, The Hub, offers a wide range of beverages. Rooms at an introductory offer of Rs 3,449 per night. Details: 8939865453


    The Cortes showSIDHPUR DAY 2
    Till January 30, Amethyst
    New York-based Sebastian Cortes captures the traditional habitats and domestic spaces of the Bohra Islamic community in Sidhpur, Gujarat, and is showcasing his photos at Amethyst. The exhibition called Sidhpur-Time Present Time Past, will also feature a Q&A session (from 7.30 pm) today with Cortes himself, while the event will continue till the month end. From 11.30 am to 7.30 pm. Details: 45991633




    Korean connect
    January 22 to February 22, InKo Centre
    Korean landscapes come alive on canvas in the upcoming Mindscape exhibition at InKo Centre. The event features the works of three Korean contemporary artists – Park, Hyun-Ok who uses Japanese stone powder, Park, Sang-Mi specialising in Indian ink and Chon, Nyung-Hyun who uses Western painting techniques. The artists will be in the city till January 25. 6.30 pm onwards. Details: 24361224


    Clean is in
    January 15, New Delhi
    Fifteen cities, 300 colleges and graffiti artists from across the country have joined hands with MTV and Parlea��s new initiative, The Junkyard Project. Select dumping grounds will be converted into artful corners and utility areas, while comedy artistes and musicians up the fun factor with live street performances. The clean-ups will be broadcasted both on MTVa��s television and internet portals. The drive is currently inviting inputs from anyone who thinks their city needs to be cleaned, and they can submit details on mtvindia.com/junkyard

    Shutter bugs
    Till February 5, Indian Habitat Centre
    Applications are being accepted for the Habitat Photosphere Award for Photographers, conducted by the Indian Habitat Centre (IHC). The competition is part of a year-long festival called Habitat Photosphere. Four winners, who will get a cash prize of Rs 2 lakhs each, will then be required to make a body of work in any form on the theme sustainable development, which will be showcased in a month long exhibition at IHC, in December. Register atindiahabitat.org


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