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    Kaleidoscopic tones
    February 12 | Wilson Garden
    Painted Weaves, an exhibition of tapestries in silk by SG Vasudev opens this weekend at Gallery Sumukha. Inspired by works of Picasso, Braque and other artists, Vasudev has rendered his own paintings and drawings in the medium with master weaver Subbarayalu. The new exhibition presents images from several of his series of paintings such as Tree of Life, Maithuna, Humanscape, Earthscapes and Theatre of Life. Till March 4. At Gallery Sumukha, 10.30 am. Details: 22292230

    Battle it out
    February 11-12 | Whitefield
    Missing those childhood days when pillow fights were the way you would settle disputes? Hereai??i??s a chance to relive all of that. The Pillow Fight Championship by Nilkamal kicks off tomorrow. Entry free. Phoenix Market City, 11 am. Details: 9619797813

    Suisse tunes
    February 11 | Indira Nagar
    The Swiss band Aion Quarter plays this weekend at B Flat. They experiment with world, Arabic, Western classical chamber and jazz music. 7.30 pm. Tickets (Rs 400) on bookmyshow.com

    Sounds from beyond
    February 10 | Indira Nagar
    The Humming Tree introduces the club-show series Hidden Shades Showcase that will bring down some fresh talent from across the world. This week, Hayden Kramer, better knows as Herobust, a bass music producer from Atlanta opens the series. 9 pm. Tickets (Rs 500) on insider.in

    Exam busters
    February 11 | Jayanagar
    This day-long event titled Life is My Choice focuses on the topic of dealing with examination pressure. Dr HS Nagaraja, founder of BASE educational services,
    Dr Paulami Sudhir from NIMHANS and Dr Saraswathi Hegde from Unnathi Healing Foundation Trust will speak on the topic. At NMKRV College for Women, 10.30 am. Details: 9986503063

    Epivir-hbv price Animal moves
    February 10 | JC Road
    Ravindra Kalakshetra celebrates
    50 years of its existence with Nrityaaditya dance festival. As part of this celebration, Rhythmotion presents Srishtikartha ai??i?? a performance that highlights the burning issue of animal extinction. Conceptualised and choreographed by Chitra Arvind, it will be staged tonight. Entry free. At Samsa Auditorium, 6.45 pm. Details: 9845257113


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