This week, be part of a cultural symposium, join a flash mob or check out an art and photography exhibition with a twist.
artist Nicole Dufour’s photographs, installations and paintings (on canvas and paper) are on display at the Kalinka Art Gallery. Look out for photographs depecting her experiments with ropes, that include wrapping her subjects — people and objects — with
it and photographing
the effect it creates. Till March 1. Every day,
Work on building your relationship with your better half, with a partner yoga workshop at Sita Cultural Centre. Taught by Teresa Asencia from Canada and Anandi Nicolas from France, the one-day programme will include partner exercises and postures, like the warrior, among others. Tomorrow, from 11 am to 12.30 pm. `1,000 per couple.
Details: 0413 4200718
At Utsavam, a four-day music and dance symposium organised by DakshinaChitra, artistes will discuss and then perform Carnatic music, Bharatnatyam, Therukoothu and musical theatre (on February 13, 14, 15 and 16 respectively). Tomorrow, vocalist Sriram Parasuram will explain the intricacies of ragam and lyrics in two sessions, followed by a performance at 6 pm. Bharatnatyam exponent Lakshmi Vishwanathan will follow a similar structure on Sunday.
Eight to catch
Catch up with regional cinema at the eighth Panorama of Contemporary Indian Cinema in Auroville. Presented by Aurofilm, along with the Directorate of Film Festivals, Delhi, the festival will showcase eight award-winning films including the Marathi film, Court. Today, director Hari Viswanath will interact with the audience after the screening of his Tamil film, Radiopetti, at 8 pm. At Sri Aurobindo Auditorium, till Sunday. Details: 0413 2622037
One for all
Be a part of something big with La Casita’s salsa flash mob. Being planned for April 2, prepare for it by signing up for the pre-event dance course. In eight classes, you will learn the Cubana style of salsa from Pondicherry-based Kash Kelsang. Classes start on Sunday, from 4-5 pm.
At `500. Details: 7639405194 .