This theatre workshop by Anvesh and Sahil introduces children to the basics of improvised theatre, improving their ability to think on their toes, interact with each other and be more confident of themselves. The four-day workshop will take them through the foundation of Improv Theatre and storytelling, creating scenes and equip them with tools to apply when doing improv. Improv Theatre is based on trust, both of yourself and others, and requires building on the stories of others and supporting them. WHERE: Jus’Trufs, Jakkur Road, Jakkur WHEN: 7pm, June 17 Tickets: `2,200, Imagine this Best known for her painting on the cover page of Rabindranath Tagore’s book Geetanjali, author and artist Tarab Khan showcases her latest series of works in Dancing with the Clouds. It is an invitation to experience life through the prism of a little girl’s curiosity and her playful imagination. It is a collection of stories set in a fabled island of Nankhatoi – a land of forgotten times, that is illustrated through imaginative artworks. Khan paints on canvas and illustrates on papers with visible ink. She uses mediums such as oil, acrylic, water, crayons, pen and, sometimes, pencils. WHERE: Sublime Galleria, UB City. Vittal Mallya Road WHEN: 11am onwards, till July 4 CALL: 22221667 For the love of rain Monsoon hasn’t hit the city officially yet but this gallery isn’t waiting. Today, it will open a contemporary art exhibition, called Monsoon Hues. Expect colourful paintings that spark nostalgia and joy. WHERE: Gallery Sumukha, 24/10, BTS Depot Road, Wilson Garden WHEN: 10.30am–7pm, June 17-20 CALL: 22292230 Style showcase Designers Karan Torani and Murunalini Rao are showcasing their collections. Torani’s Gulabi Mela is inspired by his childhood memories of the vibrant fairs in Sindh – a romantic ode to the vibrant fairs in the region during the season of Cheti-Chand (Sindhi New Year in the month of April) – whereas Mrunalini Rao’s collection follows a timeless, feminine aesthetic, with a well-defined silhouette, made with fluid fabrics in seasonal colours and unique embellishments. WHERE: Collage Shop India, Wood St, Ashok Nagar WHEN: 10am onwards, till June 30 CALL: 25566819 Voices and music Check out this choral concert with The Bangalore Men and Sophia High School Choir. The choirs will present highlights from their repertoire. The concert also marks the inauguration of Voices of Bangalore.The Bangalore Men is an all-male voices ensemble launched in January 2016 and consists of 16 singers. The group focuses on Western classical music, from eras ranging from medieval music to contemporary, and is conducted by Jonas Olsson, voice faculty at Bangalore School of Music (BSM). The Sophia High School Choir is a 50-member chorale group with sopranos, altos and tenors. Chiseling them to perfection is their teacher Abishek Gnanaraj who is an accomplished pianist, singer and a faculty of the BSM. WHERE: Sophia High School, Palace Road WHEN: 7pm, June 17 ENTRY: Free Get the best Shop the best of art, craft, apparels, home décor and furniture at Sampoorn Santhe, which features the works of over 80 craft groups. If you love wooden artefacts, check out Maya Organic from Channapatna. Love all things recycled? Try Chatur Chidiya from Gujarat. Or, fill your bags with antique and metal jewellery, pots, board games and paintings. Oh wait. There are workshops on pottery and gond art too. WHERE: United Theological College, Benson Town WHEN: 11am-8pm, till June 23 ENTRY: Free CALL: 9742204002 Celebrate the workers Join Hasiru Dala to celebrate the contributions of waste-pickers and other informal waste workers to our cities at Hasiru Habba 2019. Each year in June, waste-pickers and other informal waste-workers from across Karnataka gather to take pride and celebrate their work, and put forth their plans for the coming year. This is Hasiru Dala’s way to recognise the contributions of citizens and officials who supported them through their journey. WHERE: Freedom Park, Seshadri Rd, Gandhi Nagar WHEN: 8.30am– 5pm, June 17 RELATED NEWS An end to the statue row at Bangalore University May 30, 2019 Match between Rajasthan Royals and Royal Challengers Bangalore abando… May 01, 2019 Dear Bangalore Mirror reader, thank you Apr 28, 2019 Save 60% on luxury resorts in exotic destinationsRosetta by FernsNew Launch in Sarjapur Road, 2 & 3 BHK from ₹69.99LAssetz 63 EastWould your wife like a diamond necklace? Join this!Times99Your Family Is Dependent On You! 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