TALKS THIS MONTH

17-Aug-2019 3:00 PM

Panel Discussion. Audience Development for Festivals and Art Venues


Old World Theatre Festival 2019. Panel Discussion. Audience Development for Festivals and Art Venues. This session is for Arts and Cultural festival organizers, festival goers and new venues. Whether you are an emerging or established film festival, music or theatre festival, or creative entrepreneur working in a new venue, you need to reach the right audiences and promote your festivals. The panellists will share tips for effective marketing and audience engagement. This event brings UK Festivals’ marketing expertise to the fore as part of the British Council’s Festivals For the Future programme. Connect, Create & Collaborate. For 16 yrs +. Entry by registration. To register, please write in to habitatprogrammes@gmail.com. Supported by The British Council. Venue: Amaltas

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17-Aug-2019 6:00 PM

Elections in India: A Carnival of Democracy


IHC Members' Meet. Elections in India: A Carnival of Democracy. Speaker: Dr Ranbir Singh. Dr Ranbir Singh is an I.A.S. officer and currently Chief Electoral Officer of Delhi. The recently concluded Lok Sabha elections in Delhi were held under his watch. Open to IHC Members' only. Venue: The Library Lounge

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27-Aug-2019 7:00 PM

Charles Correa Memorial Lecture


Charles Correa Memorial Lecture. Conservation for Development by Ratish Nanda, Conservation Architect. Chair: Ashok Vajpeyi, poet and art administrator. Collab. Raza Foundation Venue: Gulmohar

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28-Aug-2019 7:00 PM

Urdu New Writings Series


Urdu New Writings Series. Log on to www.indiahabitat.org for the programme details.

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29-Aug-2019 7:00 PM

Panel Discussion. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Diamond Jewellery


Panel Discussion. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Diamond Jewellery. Panellists: Ashwini Kapoor, Chief General Manager, MMTC Ltd; Himanshu Shekhar, Manohar Lal Jewellers; Bhavya Malik, Student, Eco (H)-Sri Venkateswara College-DU & Dr. Jayashree Gupta, President, Consumers India. Collab. Consumers India & SUM Venue: Gulmohar

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30-Aug-2019 7:00 PM

Talk & Music - IHC Music Club: Listen, Share & Discuss


IHC Music Club: Listen, Share & Discuss. Appreciating Carnatic Music - a lecture and demonstration by Dr. Krishna Vageesh, noted Carnatic vocalist & scholar. Dr. Vageesh was formerly Deputy Director General, Music and Archives at the All India Radio (AIR). Venue: Amaltas

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30-Aug-2019 7:00 PM

MONTHLY SERIES ON PSYCHOLOGY


MONTHLY SERIES ON PSYCHOLOGY. An existential approach towards life: Make meaning through adversities. When people experience psychological challenges that stem from adverse situations, an existential approach could help in learning to take responsibility for one’s choices. Collab. Vimhans Venue: Casuarina

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31-Aug-2019 7:00 PM

Nashist


This edition highlights the signal contribution of rebel poet & playwright Baba Niaz Haider to the cause of Indian Theatre and Progressive writing. Prof. Ali Javed, formerly Professor of Urdu, Delhi University, and Sohail Hashmi, Historian, Activist and Filmmaker, will share their views. Poems and excerpts from Niaz Baba’s plays will be read by artistes of Impresario Asia. Concept: K.K. Kohli. Collab. Impresario Asia Venue: Amaltas

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Talk at Habitat World

Being India’s most comprehensive cultural and convention centre, Habitat World is the epicenter of debates, discussions, readings, book launches, and public lectures pertaining to the most current topics with local, national and global relevance. From politics and healthcare to literature and economics, we have a line-up of eminent speakers coming this month. Stay tuned, Delhi!

 

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