October 1, 2022
Pune this week: Making eco-friendly Ganesh idols, exhibition of sculptures and work; and extra

From a workshop on the right way to make eco-friendly Ganesh idols to a play by Rangai Theatre Firm, right here’s what’s occurring in Pune this week:

Making eco-friendly Ganesh idols

Making your eco-friendly Ganesh idols isn’t very tough when you have skilled steering. Western Routes is conducting a workshop the place a toddler or a younger grownup can get their fingers soiled, play within the mud and be artistic as they be taught to make an eco-friendly Ganesh idol, which you’ll plant after visarjan (immersion). At Outhouse, 27/11, Dyanpuri Cooperative Housing Society, Opp Konkan Specific Restaurant, Kothrud, on August 28. Time: 10am-1pm (Batch 1: 6-12 yr olds); 3-6pm (Batch 2: 13 yr olds and above). Entry: Rs 1,200.

Pune this week: Making eco-friendly Ganesh idols, exhibition of sculptures and work; and extra Western Routes is conducting a workshop the place a toddler or a younger grownup can get their fingers soiled, play within the mud and be artistic as they be taught to make an eco-friendly Ganesh idol, which you’ll plant after visarjan (immersion). (Fb/The Western Routes)

Vary of views

From Rayjashri Goody’s sculpture that explores the politics of the written phrase, cookbooks and entry to ample sources of meals within the context of Dalit communities in India and Prabhakar Pachpute’s sculptures and work that revolve across the idea of time, on a regular basis existence, attachments, relationships and migration to Vaibhav Raj Shah’s images through which the town is his studio and public partitions his drawing surfaces, an exhibition of a number of vital artists is being hosted at VHC gallery in Koregaon Park. It presents a spread of views in addition to kinds of creativity. Until August 28.

Marathi masterpiece

‘Wada Chirebandi’, the primary within the trilogy by eminent playwright Mahesh Elkunchwar, revolves round a household from rural Vidarbha. Within the household residence, the desires and fates of varied characters intersect and co-exist. A thought-provoking play, ‘Wada Chirebandi’, is among the masterpieces of Marathi literature. Directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni and enacted by Vaibhav Mangle and Nivedita Saraf, amongst others, it will likely be staged at Bay Gandharva Rang Mandir on August 27. Time: 1pm. Entry: Rs 400 onward

Three classical tales

Rangai Theatre Firm’s play, ‘The Darkroom 3.0’, is an immersive expertise that includes three classical tales. Members of the viewers will probably be blindfolded on arrival and be greeted by characters from the story whispering of their ears. Additionally it is the viewers that will get to determine the fates of the characters from the story. At RAAH: A Literacy and Cultural Centre on August 27, 6.30pm. Entry: Rs 499