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Cartoon Workshop | Sat 25 Nov | 10am - 1pm

Kerala Museum is delighted to invite you to register for an introductory workshop on cartoons and caricatures! 

 

Venue: Kerala Museum, Edappally

Date: Saturday 25th November 2017

Time: 10.00 am - 1.00 pm

Registration Fees: Rs 250, inclusive of workshop materials

 

Registration: Seats limited. To register, visit the Kerala Museum OR call +91 8129051880 / 0484 4020506 or email mnfoundationkochi@gmail.com

 

 

Monthly Concert: Sandhya Madhuradhwani

On Sunday 19 November, 2017, Kerala Museum is delighted to invite you to its monthly classical music concert Sandhya Madhuradhwani

Venue: Rohini Hall, Kerala Museum

 

Vocal Concert by:                       
Dr.B. Govindarajan, Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peeta Aasthana Vidwan & Surya Sundarraj Sriram
Violin                 Edappally Jayamohan
Mridangam        Aluva K Venkit Praveen

 

Tushar Gandhi Lecture: Civil Resistance in the Contemporary World

Saturday, November 18, 2017, 5:30 pm

 

Lecture by TUSHAR GANDHI: Civil Resistance in the Contemporary World

Venue: Rohini Hall, Kerala Museum

Mumbai-based Tibet Support Group 'Friends of Tibet' are organising a lecture, "Civil Resistance in the Contemporary World", by Tushar Gandhi, Great-Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi and Chairman of Mahatma Gandhi Foundation.

The lecture will be followed by the screening of Gaurav Saxena's documentary 'Until Space Remains: The Dalai Lama and India'. The film explores the untold story of the remarkable relationship that The Dalai Lama and the Tibetans share with India. 

Tushar Gandhi will also launch 'Indian Cartoonists on Tibet' book project in the presence of two eminent political cartoonists — Yesudasan and K Unnikrishnan.

 

Exhibition: Don’t spare me: 128 Caricatures of Nehru

On Children's Day, Kerala Museum cordially invites you to a new exhibition, Don’t Spare Me: 128 Caricatures of Nehru. 

When cartoonist Shankar Pillai launched his weekly magazine in 1948, then Prime Minister Nehru told him, “Don’t spare me Shankar. Hit. Hit me hard.” Celebrating the legacy, vision and wit of India’s first Prime Minister, on the occasion of his 128th birth anniversary and Children’s Day, this exhibition brings together 128 new caricatures of Nehru, created by cartoonists from around the world. 
The exhibition is conceptualised & curated by cartoonman Ibrahim Badusha. It is an initiative by Petals Globe Foundation, in association with Madhavan Nayar Foundation.
​​The exhibition will be open to the public from 14 November - 19 November 2017.

 

MURAL ART AND DEVOTION - VISHNU VIKRAMAN

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