Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan in Bangalore calls for application for an

ART PROJECT
Re-looking Gender
Break free from the binary! In association with Sandbox Collective, we are happy to announce an open call for our latest project, Re-looking Gender: An arts project that invites artists and others to send in applications that take a fresh, innovative and new look at subjects and content with reference to gender issues and equality.

In the present era, while most of us are still negotiating the idea, space and issues concerning gender, this project hopes that artists will break away from stereotypes (or use the stereotypes as springboards) to find fresh ways to ask questions, raise issues, or tell stories. This project is not about bashing traditionally privileged genders, but a quest for new perspectives. To quote Emma Watson's immortalized speech at the UN, "It's time that we all see gender as a spectrum instead of two sets of opposing ideals."

Your application should include name, bio, contact details, examples of/links to recent relevant work. And a text (fewer than 500 typed words) on your proposed project. Projects may include (but are not limited to) fiction, non-fiction, poetry, film, theater, music, visual arts, photography, installations, drawings or dance.

Mail your applications to: collective.sandbox@gmail.com.
Deadline: June 15, 2015.

An independent panel of eminent individuals from the arts will short-list the applications and the selected applicants will be informed on June 30, 2015. Short-listed participants will present their work in Bangalore in August 2015 (date TBA). All short-listed participants will receive a token amount towards the creation of their work.

For interviews and further details, please contact Nimi Ravindran: 9611695270.

Monday, 25 May 2015

Win Research Stay In Germany!


A​re you interested in the topics related to sustainable development? 
Would you like to promote your research in Germany? 

Take part in the "Green Talents" competition held by German Federal Ministry of Education and ​R​esearch and win participation in a two-week international forum and a fully funded research stay in Germany.

Deadline - 2 June, 12 pm, CET


Tuesday, 12 May 2015


To support traditional handloom art and to establish a direct link between consumers and handloom weavers ​

Chenetha Chaitanya Vedika invites you to a

HANDLOOM MARKET
​DIRECTLY FROM WEAVERS

on 15th, 16th and 17th May
11​ ​am to 9 pm
​at Jiddu Krishnamurthi Center, Dwarkapuri Colony, Punjagutta
​(​Take 1st Left road after NIMS hospital main gate; Inside this road take 3rd Left​)​

The market will bring together the weavers from Pochampally, Mangalgiri, Chirala, Venkatagiri, Uppada, Medak, Pedana, Mori, Huzoorabad, Vizag

They will sell comfortable and eco-friendly ​ sarees and ​f​abric for dresses, shirts, trousers, ​b​edsheets, ​t​owels, ​m​osquito nets, ​d​hotis, ​l​ungis, in ​k​hadi, ​k​alamkari, ​i​kkat and other handloom​.

​Chenetha Chaitanya Vedika is a platform initiated by likeminded people who have been working on promotion of Khadi and Handloom, to enable self reliance of the weavers with the support of consumers.

For further information please call
9849718364 / 9010205742

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Charity Photography Exhibition and Sale

BACK TO SCHOOL
Charity Photography Exhibition to Rebuild Nepal Schools

Venue : Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad
Journalist's colony, Rd. No. 3, Banjara Hills 
Date :Saturday 9th & Sunday 10th May 2015 
Time : 10.30 am to 7.00 pm
Special meet with the organizers of Saturday, 9th May at 5.30-6.30 pm


To help children to go back schools in the affected areas of Nepal, Hyderabad-based photographers together with the Rotary Club Secunderabad Sunrise are organizing a charity exhibition and sale at Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad. Well-known photographers will be on display and charity sale. All funds will go into providing basic needs like benches, books, uniforms and the like for schools and children in Nepal.

Back to School is a fund-raiser initiative by Rotary Club Secunderabad to support the setting up schools in such remote areas with the association and partnership of Rotary Clubs in Nepal or through other Rotary International programmes. Rotary is an international organization listing 34,282 clubs and over 1.2 million members worldwide. It is aimed at providing immediate relief to survivors and mobilizing expertise to support long-term recovery and rebuilding efforts.

Contact information: 
Central information: 040-23402682
Saurabh Chatterjee: 8008633354
Rtn. Vaman Rao (9848921573 / 9848921573) pvamanrao@yahoo.com

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

REMINDER | WORLD MUSIC DAY | 9 May - Last Registration Day for AUDITIONS

Is India is a musical nation? And what about Hyderabad?
Let us find local stars and make them shine!

World Music Day 2015 : AUDITIONS

Musicians, singers, bands performing in all styles and genres are invited for AUDITIONS for the WORLD MUSIC DAY. Interested persons – preferably bands (minimum two people on stage) - can send their profiles, write-ups and, if possible, recordings or video links before May 9 to :

Marie Solange, marie.solange@goethe-hyderabad.org, 040 23350473 or
Joe Koster, the music coordinator, info@hydmusic.com

REGISTRATION for the auditions is open until May 9.
AUDITIONS will be on May 16 and 17,
at Houz of Blues, Road No 1, Jubilee Hills

World Music Day 2015 (WMD) will take place on June 20th, at Hyderabad Public School. The participation in WMD is purely voluntary. WMD is organized by Alliance Fran├žaise Hyderabad, Goethe-Zentrum Hyderabad, Hyderabad Western Music Foundation and Hyderabad Public School. It provides a common platform for all musicians to perform: young and old, amateurs and professionals.

World Music Day 2014 - short video: