Date: Thu, 2011/03/03 (All day)
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Women’s March 2011
Marching ahead this year, we have come to the fourth edition of the Women’s March. In an attempt to bring together women from all fields and put forth women issues, this endeavor has been one of a kind.This year we have come up with programs where we have women activists, painters, filmmakers, singers and writers, all on the same platform.
Here is an overview of the events:
– Thu, 3rd March, 6.15 pm at Taj Banjara : Talk with Sunita Krishnan on Human trafficking (in collaboration with FLO).
Talk will be followed by a Q and A session.
– Sat, 5th March, 6.30 pm at Bhaskara Auditorium, Birla Science Centre : Victoria Hauke and Alekhya Punjala intercultural dance performance “Meeting with You and Me”.
Dr Alekhya Punjala and Victoria Hauke have been working together for the past weeks to create a unique performance merging Germany’s contemporary and India’s classical dance.
– Sun, 6th March, 4.30pm at Mah Laqa Bai Tomb : Inauguration of Mah Laqa Bai Tomb.
The restored garden of the tomb of Mah Laqa Bai is inaugurated.
– Tue, 8th March , 6.30pm at Rama Naidu Film School, Film Nagar : Short films by Preeya Nair “A Stone on my heart” and Neeta Jain Duhaut- “The Indian Knot”
Documentaries focused on the Indian wedding.
– Opening on Wed, 9th March at Kalakriti Art Gallery (6.30pm) , on view till 27th March (11 am – 7 pm) : Cloud Hunters and Other Works, art exhibition by Anju Dodiya Sun.
The renowned artist Anju Dodiya comes to Hyderabad to inaugurate her show, and present her artworks in an interactive session.
– Sun, 13th March, 5.45 pm at LV Prasads Preview Theatre : Buddhadeb Dasgupta’s film“ A naughty girl’s tale”.
A touching film on the struggle of a prostitute and her daughter to find a better life and to pursue the right to education.
– Wed, 16th March, 5 pm at Goeathe-Zentrum : Health issues of the common woman, expert talk.
Dr Patricia Day Bidinger gives a presentation on the health issues that concern modern women today.
– Thu, 17th March, 2.30pm at University of Hyderabad and Fri, 18th March, 11 am at AF + 3pm at EFL University: Talk with Ananda Devi (Mauritian writer) on her latest book,’ The Indian Tango’. She will also come to Landmark bookstore at 6 pm on Thu, 17th March to sign her books.
– Fri, 18th March, 8pm at University of Hyderabad : Sufi Concert by Parvathi Kumar.
Saregama India’s most recent discovery.
– Sat, 26th March and Sun, 27th March : Jameela : An autobiography of a sex worker, theatre play.
– The Park Hyderabad :How the banana went to Heaven, book launch in the presence of the author Ratna Rajaiah.
Alliance Française of Hyderabad in association with Goethe- Zentrum of Hyderabad, U.S.Consulate, Moving Images, Sarojini Naidu School of Performing Arts and Kalakriti Art Gallery.