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Events

  • Sarod Recital

    Sarod Recital at The Gallery cafe, Hyderabad
    Sarod :- Srinjoy Mukherjee Tabla :- Nilimesh Chakraborty

    Location: The Gallery Cafe
    Free Entry
    Date: 22, November '17
    Time: 19:30 PM - 21:30 PM
  • Nocturnal - Watercolor Landscape series

    Sayyad Shaiek

    Sayyad Shaiek born in Veerabhadrapeta, Vizianagaram, Andhra Pradesh, India. He completed his BFA in Painting from Andhra University, Vishakhapatnam in 2005 and MFA in Printmaking from the University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad in 2007. He has received Awards from the AU Talent Award from Andhra University, Kalasri award from Lalita Kala Parishat, Vishakhapatnam, in 2004; 'Sukoon Festival Award' from the University of Hyderabad, in 2006; 'Highly Commendable Certificate' from Hyderabad Art Society and State Art Gallery, Hyderabad in 2007 & 11, and Scholarship from the Krishnakriti Art Foundation, in 2007. His first Solo exhibition done in Fairleigh Deckinson University, USA 2013.

    Sayyad is intimate with the landscapes of Indian villages. His works are mystical; they open up the heart of the land, its buildings and its people. His works engages perspective to carry the spectator from their own space into a place of vivid imagination.

    Contact : creativesayyad@gmail.com

    Location: The Gallery Cafe
    Free Entry
    Date: 21, November '17
    Time: 11:00 AM - 22:30 PM
  • Desi. On the Rocks

    The band with the most haunting of voices this side of town...also the newest sound in town...music that echoes...bouncing back from the hills and valleys of Western, Northern and Southern India. From devotion tothe divine.

    Location: The Gallery Cafe
    Free Entry
    Date: 15, November '17
    Time: 19:30 PM - 21:30 PM
  • Colours Of Divinity

    A human being is a part of the whole, universe. It is limited in time and space. We experience thoughts, our feelings and ourselves as something separate from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of consciousness.

    At that point the thin line between individual existence & whole universe gets resolve. This resolution is been interpreted in varied ways and then the confrontation comes into existence, with the self.

    Artist Manisha Raju's lyricism is also a way of confrontation, search for self, that metaphysical existence which exists beyond physical existence. Her narration converses many subjects and its relation with contemporary happening.

    Her expression process is through figuration with well-defined forms, unique matrix of subtle tonal variation and minimalist contributing elements. Each developing form on the confined surface offers, her relative space, where actual form & empty space around negotiate relatively and adds meaning to the space.

    The core approach of Manisha's work deals with female existence her power & its unlimited existence in every era. The way women carries herself metaphysically and her known un-known, noticed-unnoticed struggle, throughout her life. The true value of a human being is determined by the measure and the sense in which they have obtained liberation from the self.


    Manisha Raju is basically from Nagpur, Maharashtra State. Presently living and practicing her art at Chennai. She's a Member of PPA - Progressive Painter's Association, Cholamandal Artist Village, Chennai

    Location: The Gallery Cafe
    Free Entry
    Date: 10, November '17
    Time: 11:30 AM - 22:30 PM
  • Fusion Fiesta

    Talent. Raw talent brought CAPRICIO together as a band of passionate musicians who believe in music. They stick to their roots and bring a classical and personalized touch to their performances.

    While Hindi and Telugu songs are the essential parts of their repertoire, they believe that music is a language by itself.

    Location: The Gallery Cafe
    Free Entry
    Date: 8, November '17
    Time: 19:30 PM - 21:30 PM
  • KissaGo's Masala Chai

    A lot can happen over a cup of tea!

    Masala Chai by 'KissaGo' revolves around the concept of tea being a form of social network. People get together for tea and build long term friendships with tea being the binding factor in many relationships. Masala Chai will be a presentation of Divya Prakash Dubey's Hindi Monologues - Jeevanshaadi.com, Hum Do Humara Ek and Love You Forever and Fill in the blanks.

    Masala Chai is an assortment of part sensitive, part profound and utterly enchanting stories which are beginning to become the hallmark of their enormously observant and industrious writer. Every story has its roots in the mundane. But it's the simple rendering of the profound and profound rendering of the simple which lends all these tales a unique flavor. Each story will suck you in with the simplicity of the plot, depiction of wide, and at times, disparate range of emotions and undoubtedly, the brilliance of the narrative. As far as story-telling goes, Masala Chai is piping hot, and of course: addictive.

    In this second venture, the characters come even more alive. Each story comes with a flavor of its own, which is unique to it. Every story gives a feel of a relation you have been in, at some point of time. If it wasn't for these moments life wouldn't be complete and if it wasn't for this Play, you will never go back to revisit these memories. These stories will make you laugh, with their innocence, leave your eyes moist with the dark emotions. Every human has a list within them, lists of things they did, they never did or still dream of doing. These short stories are all about that. In short, if you want to know why this book should be part of your collection? Because no matter what these stories bring out from within you, they will make you react to each situation in them as if it's your own.

    Cast - Sunjit Akkinepally, Shailja Chaturvedi, Jay Jha
    Directed By - Krishna Shukla

    Passes - 250 (Includes complementary snacks & refreshments)
    Contact # 9700074079

    Location: The Gallery Cafe
    Price: Rs. 250/-
    Date: 1, November '17
    Time: 19:30 PM - 21:30 PM
  • Open for All

    The much looked forward to 'last Wednesday of the Month'. Open Mic Night. Open to all. A wonderful, supportive and encouraging audience waiting for you to come take centre stage... singing, reading poetry, doing a bit of stand up and so on.

     

    Also for the first time at an Open Mic, a Tarot Reader will be in the house. Hariprasad Varma (Founder - Tarot Dojo) will be taking up individual open tarot sessions. If you want to register for his session you can pay the nominal Rs. 500/- fee in advance. Just click on https://imjo.in/Wcsgp8

     

    Location: The Gallery Cafe
    Price: Rs. 500/-
    Date: 25, October '17
    Time: 19:30 PM - 21:30 PM
  • Tarot & Song

    Tarot & Song. A Different Kind of Evening


    Hariprasad Varma's Tarot Cards know it all and are very accurate. On the eve of Diwali, Hari makes himself available to Gallery Cafe; patrons for a quick consultation Please register for participation by sending the Café a message on 9030616161. Fee: Rs. 300 per person.


    Praveen Krishna Murthy with his keyboards and vocal magic will also be there to make the evening special singing everything from Rahman to Ilayaraja.

    Location: The Gallery Cafe
    Price: Rs. 300/-
    Date: 18, October '17 - 17, October '17
    Time: 19:30 PM - 21:30 PM
  • Experimenting With Fusion

    The paradox wall plays contemporary music and likes to switch between different styles of experimental music.

    Location: The Gallery Cafe
    Free Entry
    Date: 11, October '17
    Time: 19:30 PM - 21:30 PM
  • Asfiya: The Pure : Bollywood Old & New

    ASFIYA: The Pure. 
     
    A band that brings together the talents of Yogi. Porag. Amruthanshu. And Akshay. 
     
    Pure harmony, melody and fusion in a Bollywood repertoire unlike any other.
     
    An enchanting evening is in store.
     
     
    Location: The Gallery Cafe
    Free Entry
    Date: 3, October '17
    Time: 19:30 PM - 21:30 PM
  • Adventures of Louis The Frenchie

    Pop art is a visual art movement of the mid 1950s. It is a form of art that makes everyday images and objects into commercial and illustrative art. One of the biggest movements of the twentieth century which drew its inspiration from mass culture, advertising, movies and comic books. 

    Tanya Gawdi, visual artist based in Los Angeles, originally from Mumbai. Fascinated by light, colors and forms, which inspire her to create her work, by using various techniques to make photos such as collage, film, as well as digital photography and incorporates her drawing and painting skills. 

    Photography allows her to embed nature and art together, forming an absolutely creative frame. She is drawn to the imaginative play, these frames allows her to produce her artwork, and finds the magical nature of this medium endlessly intriguing.

    As per artist, Tanya : “The inspiration for this project comes from my very own personal popular culture, my biggest inspiration and my own everyday object- my dog Louis. My life practically revolves around my dog and finding inspiration in him for my work was the most fun I've had creating images.

    It is true that dog is a man's best friend. Louis has brought color into my life and with these images, I hope to do the same to the viewer.”

    Tanya started her photographic journey by doing a Diploma in Photography in Mumbai. She then moved to Los Angeles to pursue a Bachelor in Fine Arts with Photography as her major from the New York Film Academy. She will graduate from NYFA in September 2017.

    Location: The Gallery Cafe
    Free Entry
    Date: 29, September '17 - 10, October '17
    Time: 11:30 AM - 22:30 PM
  • One in a million - EP Showcase & Open Mic

    Detail about the event: Sidharth Bendi, the youngest Singer/Songwriter in Hyderabad to release an EP, is doing a showcase at The Gallery Cafè where he will play all the new music he wrote along with the back stories and the making of the EP. It is going to be an insight into all the work that's been put into his Debut CD which he will also be selling on the day! Be there to support the local artists!
    & It's Open Mic Night again. So open your hearts, and your soul and let loose the voice of your inner passion. Sing a song. Recite a poem. Tell a story. Whatever.!!!
    Just come up on stage and tell the world that you have something to say or sing.
    Individuals and Bands encouraged. Karaoke singers welcomed.
    Location: Hyderabad, Telangana
    Free Entry
    Date: 27, September '17
    Time: 19:30 PM - 21:30 PM
  • Adventures of Louis The Frenchie

    Pop art is a visual art movement of the mid 1950s. It is a form of art that makes everyday images and objects into commercial and illustrative art. One of the biggest movements of the twentieth century which drew its…

    Location: Hyderabad, Telangana
    Free Entry
    Date: 21, September '17 - 29, September '17
    Time: 11:30 AM - 22:30 PM
  • Katyar Kaljat Ghusli

    Katyar Kaljat Ghusali (English: A dagger through the heart) is a 2015 Marathi-Hindi film (with English Subtitles) based on a play by the same name. Directed by Subodh Bhave, the film stars Sachin Pilgaonkar, Shankar Mahadevan, and Subodh Bhave in…

    Location: Hyderabad, Telangana
    Free Entry
    Date: 16, August '17
    Time: 19:30 PM - 22:00 PM
  • The TGC Game of Thrones

    Is an artist more creative than a musician? Is a poet more creative than a writer of tales? Is a dancer the most creative of them all? Or does the actor deserve the honor of being called the most creative?…

    Location: Hyderabad, Telangana
    Free Entry
    Date: 9, August '17
    Time: 19:30 PM - 22:00 PM
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