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A free Screening of Gaman on Sunday 26th Febuary 2017

 a free screening of Gaman at 4pm on Sunday 26 February, 2017 at the Kerala Museum Rohini Hall, Edappally

A free Screening of National Award winning film A Far Afternoonon 22nd Sunday January 2017

 a free screening of National Award winning film A Far Afternoon: A Painted Saga by Krishen Khanna at 4pm on Sunday 22 January, 2017 at Rohini Hall, the Kerala Museum, Edappally. 

 

 

 

This event is associated with the exhibition Shifting Narratives currently showing at the Kerala Museum. The exhibition features works of masters of Indian modern art such as Ramkinkar Baij and MF Husain and includes Krishen Khanna's painting Rear View, which can be viewed after the film screening

 

 

 

Tyagaraja Day @ Sandhya Madhuradwani - Kerala Museum Edappally

The Kerala Museum brings to you "Sandhya Madhuradwani" *exclusive evening programme of music, every Second Sunday of the month for discerning music lovers and  supporters of our mission to promote Art and performing Arts. 
However in remembrance of Tyagaraja Day this month the Sandhya Madhuradwani - Vocal Concert will be  on  Fourth Saturday 28th of January 2017.   

 
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Vocal               :  Sri Tripunithura Sangeeth Gopal (Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam Aasthaana Vidwan) 

Violin               :  Sri Edapally Jayamohan 
Mridangam      :  Sri Aluva K Venkit Praveen
Ganjira            :  Sri Tripunithura N Gopalakrishnan  (Kanchi Kamakoti Peetam Aasthaana Vidwan) 

 

Time : 5 pm, 

Venue: Rohini Hall, Kerala Museum, Edappally

 

Film Screening @ Kerala Museum Edappally

Dear Museum Lovers,

 

 A free screening of National Award winning film A Far Afternoon: A Painted Saga by Krishen Khanna at 4pm on Sunday 22 January, 2017 at Rohini Hall, the Kerala Museum, Edappally. 

 

 

 

This event is associated with the exhibition Shifting Narratives currently showing at the Kerala Museum. The exhibition features works of masters of Indian modern art such as Ramkinkar Baij and MF Husain and includes Krishen Khanna's painting Rear View, which can be viewed after the film screening

 

 

Solo Art Exhibition :'Garde­n of Thoughts' - Kerala Museum Edappally

Welcome to the 'Garde­n of Thoughts'
Art becomes a true me­dium of expression wh­en the viewer's respo­nse to the artwork me­ets the artist's visi­on. Sreejith PA belie­ves this is the only ­way that art becomes ­complete. And this is­ the theme of his fir­st solo exhibition, G­arden of Thoughts.
A series of artwork ­in colour pencils and­ graphites on recycle­d paper, Garden of Th­oughts explores the r­elationship between h­uman emotions and Nat­ure. Enchanting. Powe­rful. Nurturing and s­avage, at the same ti­me. Nature and human ­emotions have a lot i­n common.
Thinking, especially­ on ideas that seem t­o break conventions, ­broadens the mind, en­couraging one to beco­me a better human bei­ng. And becoming bett­er human beings is th­e purpose of life its­elf. Garden of Though­ts encourages everyon­e to fully live that ­purpose.
Sreejith intends to ­donate part of the pr­oceeds from the exhib­ition to causes assoc­iated with childhood ­cancer.
Garden of Thoughts i­s on at the Museum of­ Kerala History, Edap­ally, from January 4-­8, 2017.
Sreejith can be reach­ed at 94006 05546 and­ at sreejith@heyyo.in­.

 

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