Upcoming Programs

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2nd Batch in Pottery workshop for adults and kids by Sylvia Kerkar at Sunaparanta - registrations still on for 23 Feb class, 4.30 to 6.30 pm
Sunaparanta, Goa Centre for the Arts presents Pottery workshop for adults and children by Sylvia Kerkar, Contemporary Ceramic artist. Handwork Techniques: Learn coiling, pinching, slab building and bead making techniques using clay…Make your own pen holder, wind chimes, animals, candle stands, coffee mugs, bowls. Registrations still on for 23rd February class, 4.30 to 6.30 pm…..every Wednesday (5 classes) Special discount for adults and kids who register together. Simultaneous classes. Call on 2421311 to register.  Limited seats.  



1-day Portrait Photography & Make up Techniques workshop for women - 25 Jan '11 between 10 am to 2 pm
Sunaparanta- Goa Centre for the Arts presents 1-day Portrait Photography and Make up Techniques Workshop for women – 25th January 2011 (Tuesday) between 10 am to 2 pm Venue: Sunaparanta, Goa Centre for the Arts   Portrait Photography by Assavri Kulkarni Make up Techniques by make-up artist Blossom Pinto   Please call us on 2421311 or email us on info@sgcfa.org for details and to register. Last date to register: 24th January 2011 



3 day Colour Mixing workshop by Elena Fedosenko - 27, 28 & 29 Jan 2011 between 4 to 6 pm
Sunaparanta, Goa Centre for the Arts announces a new batch in Colour Mixing: a 3-day workshop by Elena Fedosenko Each colour has its own psychological value – In this workshop you will learn how to decode these values and how to use colour to express yourself, your emotions Experimenting with colours – participants learn how to build on a colour – make it move from one end of the spectrum to another Techniques of colour mixing – for example use of water in water colours, use of white in poster colours to create different effects and tonal values Applying what is learned about colour, colour mixing and application during the workshop, participants will create a collage together Elena Fedosenko is an artist and designer from Moscow with extensive knowledge and training in colours. 27th, 28th and 29th January 2011                              4.00 pm to 6.00 pm Fees: Rs.750/-              Special 50% student discount Limited seats. Last day for registration - 25th January 2011.  



Artists interested in knowing about Grants-a session with representatives of India Foundation for the Arts on 27 Jan '11 at 6.00 pm at Sunaparanta
In order to foster a better understanding of process based grant making in the arts, Sunaparanta – Goa Centre for the Arts will be hosting representatives of India Foundation for the Arts (IFA) to interact with Goa’s artist community. This session will be beneficial to those involved in the fields of theatre, music, art, photography etc. As an independent, nationwide philanthropy, dedicated to strengthening the arts in India, IFA has made 265 grants over the past 15 years.   Towards illustrating IFA’s support of arts research and documentation, and artistic practice, Goa based IFA grantees Savia Viegas and P. Madhavan will showcase their projects.    - Savia Viegas will share aspects of her research on the artist Angelo da Fonseca, who gave Christian art an Indian face in Portuguese Goa of the late colonial period. - P. Madhavan will discuss his process of studying the art and science of daguerreotype photography and how this experience pioneered the foundation of Goa-CAP (Centre for Alternative Photography)   The presentations will be followed by a Q&A session.  Please join us for wine and snacks thereafter.   Date: 27th January 2011, Thursday Time: 6 pm Venue: Sunaparanta, Goa Centre for the Arts   Please RSVP by the 25th of January to confirm your participation. Call us on 2421311 or get in touch with us by emailing us at info@sgcfa.org   To know more about India Foundation for the Arts please log on to their website http://www.indiaifa.org   Please inform your friends involved in Art, Theatre, Photography, Music.   Thank you!  



'One Foreign Love' exhibition of paintings by Patricia Geraldes - 8th to 27th January 2011
Sunaparanta presents 'One Foreign Love' an exhibition of paintings by Sunaparanta Resident from Portugal, Patricia Geraldes. Venue: Sunaparanta, Goa Centre for the Arts Open to the public from 8 to 27 Jan 2011 Time: 10 am to 7 pm  



Aruna Witte's works at Cafe Al Fresco
Sunaparanta invites you to view works by Aruna Witte at Café Al Fresco between 10 am to 7 pm Please contact our office for the price list



Public Art project 'Red Gallery' by Patricia Geraldes in the Municipal Garden, Panjim - 19 to 23 Jan 2011
Portuguese artist, Patricia Geraldes in association with Sunaparanta, Goa Centre for the Arts presents public art project "Red Gallery" in the Municipal Garden, Panjim between 19 to 23 Jan '11.   20th Jan - Subodh Kerkar will present an installation titled ‘A Drop Of Fifty Years’ at 4.00 pm 21st Jan - Russian artist Elena Fedosenko will present her installation titled 'The Window' 22nd Jan - artist Crisologo Furtado will present 'Conversations in wood' 23rd Jan - Creative Collective 'Flying Colours' by Danica Pereira, Alisha Pereira, Milind Ribeiro and Beena Vernekar   The installations will be on view until the 23rd January 2011 at the Red Gallery, Municipal Garden, Panjim. 



Screening of 'An evening with Beethoven' on 22nd Jan at 6.30 pm at Sunaparanta
Sunaparanta, Goa Centre for the Arts in association with Child’s Play India Foundation presents ‘An evening with Beethoven’ Join us for a screening of music by Ludwig van Beethoven, in a programme that juxtaposes the very first symphony he wrote, with the delightful “Spring” sonata for piano and violin.  Both works were published the same year, in 1801. - Symphony no 1 in C major, Op. 21 (Berliner Philharmoniker / Claudio Abbado) - Sonata for Piano and Violin No.5 in F major, Op.24 (“Spring”) Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin. Lambert Orkis, piano Date: Saturday, 22nd Jan 2011                     Time: 6.30 pm Duration: 50 mins. Venue: Sunaparanta, Goa Centre for the Arts 



Subodh Kerkar will present an installation titled A Drop Of Fifty Years at Red Gallery in Municipal Garden, Panaji Goa at 4:00 p.m. on 20th January 2011
Subodh Kerkar will present an installation titled ‘A Drop Of Fifty Years’ at Red Gallery in Municipal Garden, Panaji – Goa at 4:00 p.m. on 20th January 2011. The installation will be on view until the 23rd January 2011.   ‘A Drop Of Fifty Years’ Fifty years are just a drop in the life of a state.  However, for Goa the last fifty years are of great importance because after centuries of foreign rule she got an opportunity to plan her own destiny. On 19th December 1961 Goa joined-up with Mother India with great dreams in her heart.  Goans set forth to carve their own future.  Goans have faced many challenges, experienced successes and failures on all fronts. My drop is a drop of their aspirations.  My drop is a tear drop of their failures.  My drop also signifies the tear of  joy they shed on their successes. I call upon the people to express their thoughts about the fifty years of Goa’s liberation.  Fifty years is a good time to look back on our achievements and our defaults.  Express your opinions about the last fifty years, about our successes and our failures.  Venture on to pen down your dreams for the future. The viewers are free to write, scribble, draw or paste any material of their choice on the drop of fifty years.  You can paste pictures of your heroes and your villains, you can comment on the performances of our politicians, our teachers, our artists and our bureaucrats.  You can give your suggestions to bring into reality the Goa of your dreams.                                          - Subodh Kerkar   



Screening of 'Swan Lake' on 20th Dec at 6.30 pm
Sunaparanta - Goa Centre for the Arts in association with Child's Play - India Foundation presents a screening of the Bolshoi and Kirov Ballet in 'Swan Lake' on Monday, the 20th of December at 6.30 pm. The duration is 111 mins. Swan Lake' is one of the most loved ballets of all time. It has the winning blend of Tchaikovsky's ravishing music, a gripping fable of tragic romance, and a marvellous opportunity for dazzling choreography. This performance, featuring the combined stars of the Bolshoi and Kirov Ballet is a classic. The perfect treat in the run-up to Christmas! Or indeed at any time of the year. Open to all. No entry charge. Please refer to the poster for more details.