Tuesday, 17 March 2009
Most of the art galleries in south Mumabi are shut on Sundays as the result many of the art lovers are deprived of viewing the latest exhibitions in the city, Now, here is a good news for art lovers.
Galleries based in Mumbai have come together to throw their doors open for the first ‘Art Walk’ on Sunday.
The participating Galleries and Artists are as follows
1. The Strand art Room
2. Farah Siddiqui Contemporary Art
3. Chatterjee & lal:Artist: Hitesh Natalwala
4. Bombay Art Gallery
5. Viewing Room.
Venue: Appollo Bunder
Date: Tuesday, March 17 To: Sunday, March 22
Timings of the Art walk: 3.00pm to 6.00 pm
Please note: Registration is a must.
To Register Call : +91 9619207356 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The idea behind the walk is to both broaden the base of participants in vibrant Indian Art scene as well as to show a united front among Mumbai based galleries. The small step is a part of a larger project of drawing Indian art scene into a meaningful public dialogue.
Source : www.bestofbombay.com
Monday, 9 March 2009
If you are in Mumbai, this week-end, this is the fair not to be missed. From March 13th to March 16th, Mumbai is to host India International event Fair 2009
Even though we have unlimited mushrooming of malls throughout Mumbai, there is still scope for event fairs that specialize in providing a business platform for both the buyers as well as service providers.
Stretched over the area of 150,000square feet in Bandra-Kurla complex, there will be over 200 exhibitors. It is organized by EXHICON OUTSOURCE, Mumbai, and actively supported by Event &Trade Fair Industry Associations from across the world.
This is sure to offer you the exciting opportunities to expand your networks and create invaluable partnerships with event organizers, event & marketing managers, film and entertainment professionals, government agencies, exhibition organizers & conference producers, operation & production managers of various event buyers, business owners from hotels, venues & leisure facilities, corporate, trade and industry associations, etc.
IIEF 2009 promises to provide platform to expand your network and built invaluable partnership.
Have you circled this event on your calendar??? Do it now!!!
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