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(Arts & Culture)
Mainly Red exhibition

A beautiful Sunday could be spent in Henk's living room at la “Petit Ferme” while marvelling at the exhibited sculptures and paintings by Henk and his wife Agnus. Henk who became an artist in 1968 has two reasons for this exhibition. On one hand it is dedicated to his wife who passed away two years ago and on the other it serves as a contribution for the new art gallery coming up at the Visitors Center in Auroville. Mainly Red is inspired by the power of the color red. The exhibition goes on until the 3rd of February and worth visiting. Read more

Monday, 21 January 2013
(Arts & Culture)
Who walk? What flies? Kabir Fest
Who walks? What flies? it's a collective exhibition about the Kabir poetry in Kala Kendra by 5 artists. They speak about their works in the interview, in chronological order: Audrey Wallace, Srivi Kalyan: drawings art works by the children of Udavi School; Orijit Sen, graphic designer from Delhi: Hair burn like a grass; Srivi presents her sister Sandhiya Kalyan's mix-media installation; Audrey Wallace Taylor: Rajasthan Kabir Yatra drawings series; Sandhya Gopinath: Maya's painting series; Srivi Kalyan: Playing with Kabir mix media installation. Read more

Tuesday, 17 April 2012
(Arts & Culture)
Resonance by Michel Nicolet
The exhibition Resonance by Michel Nicolet is open for other four Sundays at Petite Ferme, Auroville. The sculptor Michel Nicolet is showing us a remarkable set of objects. One could say that his presentation consists of three parts: his words, his drawings and his sculpture. The drawings, being two dimensional, appear to be a study towards a special kind of three dimensionality. In the interview (in French) Michel tells us about his life paths and connections, which draw him to Auroville and, through cymatics, to this exhibition. Read more

Friday, 30 March 2012
(Arts & Culture)
The Secret of `Strokes and Dots`
Pierre Legrand's very joyful art is an expression of his deep feelings, his happiness, his problems and also his love in every being. He has developed his own mathematical rules and a secret alphabet to transform poetry into paintings. Prayers to the Mother, mantras, inner thoughts and different emotions are turned into colorful strokes and dots and every painting has its own meaning. 'The real work is our transformation.' What does Pierre mean by that? What does he think about painting? And finally: What is art? Read more

Friday, 23 March 2012
(Economy)
Ceramics Exhibition in Pitanga
Priya Sundaravalli from Tamil Nadu is currently having an exhibition in Pitanga. Over 300 ceramic objects, which are all very unique, can be visited until the 24th of March. Her art is quite unusual and the thin shapes of her creations make the items look fragile. Instead of thinking and planning her work, she is trying to let her inspiration flow freely and allows herself to do whatever is coming up. If items crack she repairs them with a Japanese technique: 'Nothing is a defect, accidents are seen as part of what is supposed to happen.' Read more

Wednesday, 14 March 2012
(Arts & Culture)
Polish Art Exhibition
On Saturday the 3rd at 4 pm in Kala Kendra is started the exhibition Misja Auropol (Mission in Auroville) by six contemporary artist from Poland currently residing in Auroville, . The Collective exhibition as a result of cultural geography experiment meant to test how the reality of Auroville would influence artists' attitudes and practices. The works shown at the exhibition present wide array of media used in contemporary art, from painting to sculpture, installation and experimental film. The project is curated by Janek Simon. Read more

Monday, 12 March 2012
(News)
CHIRU - open conversation
Today at 5pm in the Towh Hall Conference Room we are all cordially invited to an Open Conversation with Doudou Diene on CIRHU. It will be an informal and hopefully creative reflection on the deep content & role of, and need for, in the present context of Auroville and the world. Art installation in Kala Kendra Gallery Square Circle - Mutation in progress: Getting out of the Matrix will still be on till the 15th of October to enable people to see the winning video in its artistic context . It's Open daily from 2 to 5 pm Read more

Tuesday, 11 October 2011
(Arts & Culture)
Mutation en cours
Les sculptures cassées, les papillons, Satprem, la solar kitchen, les cellules imaginales, la mutation, le son, la joie, le progrès, le chaos... Pouvons- nous participer consciemment à notre propre mutation. D'après Satprem: "Le poisson ne pouvait pas imaginer le reptile, ni le singe l'homme. Sans doute ne pouvons-nous pas non plus définir rationellement l'après-homme." Rencontre avec Marie-Claire et Chloé, autour du projet 'Mutation in Progress' exposé en ce moment à la Gallery Square Circle de Kalakendra, jusqu'au 16 octobre 2011. Read more

Thursday, 06 October 2011
(News)
Joy of Life, Light
AV Film Festival 11 is over, and we talked with one of the volunteers, Fleur about it. In news we also featured the "grand finale" of closing ceremony. We all with our children are invited to participate in the Navarathri Doll Show to mark the celebration of Evolution. At Ilaignarkal Education Centre every day until Friday 7th between 10 am to 6 pm. For the occasion of Auroville International in Ethiopira a new book compiled by Tekeste has been published and copies are available at the Information Desk in Savitri Bhavan. Read more

Tuesday, 04 October 2011
(Education)
Bubasteion
Pierre Veillat shared with us in Svedam some facts and interesting stories about French archaeological mission of Bubasteïon, Saqqara in Egypt where in 70ies they discovered five exceptional tombs of the new empire. In contemporary papyrus documents the area was known as the Bubasteion, or cult-place of the cat goddess Bastet. But Alain Zivie French archeologist realised that originally these galleries had been made as tombs for the high officials of New Kingdom Memphis. Over the years, his team emptied about 15 of these hypogea which are distributed on two levels in the cliffs. Two of these tombs date to the Old Kingdom, the others range in date from the reign of Hatshepsut to that of Merenptah. Read more

Sunday, 08 May 2011
(City Life)
Transition School Open Doors
Friday, April 15th, 2011 was a big day for the children of the Transition School. From 10:30 to 12:30 all kids were presenting their work of the year to their parents, neighbors and friends. A specific slide-show on the Awareness Through the Body classes was also displayed continuously at the multimedia room, same as for the Arts and Craft production in a dedicated area. Most of the kids were also preparing for a slip over at the school. An opportunity for them to spend the evening together, watch a film and have a moon watch. Some of the kids are telling us about that special day. Read more

Friday, 15 April 2011
(Arts & Culture)
Transformations

Cheer full spirit of butterfly - Sarasija it might be blamed for a beautiful exhibition at Pavilion of Tibetan Culture. The opening of it was an event for itself with Aurelio music and singing, and Swaram team installed wind chimes on the theme of butterflies. As Sarasija explained to us in a interview, butterfly was chosen for its symbolism - transformation of caterpillar to cocoon, and finally to fly free as a butterfly - which she can see in her life, as personal as artistic. But, however, she does follow  line of her artistic and healing work trough mandalas. Read more

Tuesday, 18 January 2011
(Arts & Culture)
Day 2 : La nuit c`est magique

Journal sonore d'une expérience artistique et collective sur le thème de la mutation, Journée 2. Nous somme toujours à Arka vers 19h30, en compagnie des grenouilles. Ana la danseuse s'amuse avec son ombre à mettre en mouvement les sculptures de Marie-Claire. Quand tout à coup, un son venu de nul part s'invita à la danse...Vous avez loupé le Day 1 ? C'est par ici.

Thursday, 05 August 2010
(Arts & Culture)
Dance and Architecture
On 17th of April as last act of project “In the footsteps of the devadasi..” Rekha and Michael gave us an interesting lecture on how odisi was created in the 1950s and 60s using the inspiration of the temple sculpture and elements from the existing folk performing arts in Orissa. In the connection with exhibition in Gallery Square Circle at Kala Kendra which traces the genesis and flowering of dance as a ritual offering before the gods, the topic draw selected few, and it end up with vivid discussion about dancers, postures and energy, and how it all reflected on the architecture and sculptures at the certain point of time. Read more

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Wednesday, 21 April 2010
(Arts & Culture)
In the Footsteps of Devadasi

On Wednesday 7th in Gallery Square Circle was inaugurated interesting exhibition how classical Indian odissi dance was inspired by medieval Orissian temple architecture in Bhubaneswar, Konark and Puri. The flow of the exhibition leading us with its transparency from as early as 2nd century BC to contemporary odissi dance. Beautiful photos are accompanied by short but thorough text, and one, amazed over richness of the area would surely like to know more. Read more

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Friday, 09 April 2010
(Arts & Culture)
Synergy Shakti 2009

Valentines Day in Auroville was packed with events and the gallery at the Tibetan Pavilion was not exempt to this on Saturday. Lourdes Malpica, Ka-ti Deslandes, Christian Fette, Hufreesh Dumasia and Audrey Wallace Taylor have been communally creative during a one week period of the Women Artists Camp initiative. Synergy Shakti is the name of the art which resulted from these women unfolding their creative processes together in the same space in the period of a few days. The drive behind the camp was the thirst of these contemporary female artists to empower and inspire each other in one nurturing space.

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Monday, 09 March 2009
(Arts & Culture)
L`expo d`un Jedi

Jeune artiste plasticien, Rémi Tamburini, venu à Auroville pour visiter ses parents, a profité de l'occasion pour réaliser une exposition à Kala Kendra intitulée: UNITY IN DIVERSITY. A travers une installation multimédia, il nous plonge dans un univers de science fiction ou 50 totems sont exprimés selon différents médiums, comme la sculpture, le son, le graphisme, la lumière, etc. Nous l'avons interviewé alors qu'il préparait son installation dans l'atelier de ses parents. Pour télécharger l'interview cliquez ici.

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Wednesday, 24 December 2008
(Arts & Culture)
A chacun sa tête

Marie-Claire, artiste aurovillienne, vient d'avoir la proposition d'exposer à la biennale d'Avignon. l'esprit d'Auroville étant présent dans son travail, c'est donc naturellement qu'elle décide de partager cette exposition avec les "créatifs" Aurovilliens. Le concept: donner une tête à chacun des participants, à eux de s'occuper du corps! L'exposition s'appelle "Résonances: l'Unité dans la Diversité". Tous les participants se sont retrouvés à Radiance pour exposer leur œuvres avant le grand départ pour la France. Cliquez sur READ MORE pour voir les photos du vernissages et des artistes avec leurs œuvres. Vous pouvez écouter l'intégralité du programme en consultant la grille des programmes ici. Cliquez sur le logo play pour écouter l'extrait du programme.Read more

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Thursday, 21 August 2008
(Arts & Culture)
Seven people talking about art

During the pioneering days of Auroville the accent was on planting trees, growing food and simply surviving.  Interest in and time to create art was a luxury not yet existant in Auroville. Today art finds its place in the consideration of  Aurovilians. Collective work in an individual expression of creation? Agnus, Anna Maria, Henk, Hufreesh and Nele will exhibit their work in Bombay (Mumbai) at Cymrosa Art Gallery from the 19th to the 29th of September. In the interview they can be heard along with two journalists: Daniel of AurovilleRadio and Priya of Auroville Today.

Sunday, 26 August 2007