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September 20 - 27, 2020
 
Indo-American Arts Council presents the ERASING BORDERS DANCE FESTIVAL from September 20-27, 2020 at 8:30pm EST each day on Facebook Live at facebook.com/iaac.us. For the twelfth year of the Erasing Borders Dance Festival, IAAC has expanded the event. For the first time, eleven artists trained in Indian dance forms from across the world will be brought together in a virtual borderless festival.
- Sunday, September 20
Shambhu Nath Karmakar/Ashpara Care Club (Purulia Chhau)
- Monday, September 21
Neha Mondal Chakravarty (Kalakshetra Bharatanatyam)
Krishnakshi Kashyap (Sattriya)
- Tuesday, September 22
Ganesh Vasudeva (Bharatanatyam)
- Wednesday, September 23
Divyaa Unni (Bharatanatyam)
Arun Mathai (Bharatanatyam)
- Thursday, September 24
Sandhya Raju (Kuchipudi)
- Friday, September 25
Damir Tasmagambetov (Kalakshetra Bharatanatyam)
Barkha Patel (Contemporary Kathak)
- Saturday, September 26
Mesma Belsaré (Shilpa Natana)
- Sunday, September 27
Vishwakiran Nambi (Contemporary)
Workshops by Nahid Siddiqui (Sufi Kathak)
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September 23, 2020
Chitra Krishnamurti’s Nrityalaya has been selected to be featured in The Kennedy Center’s Arts Across America live digital performance series. This series features artists, who want to share their work as they cope during this difficult time. 
Live  at 4 PM EST, Kennedy Center premieres Nrityalaya's presentation: “Pursuing Passions Through Disturbing Times: Odissi Through a New Lens.”
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Info: nrityalaya@hotmail.com


September 25 - October 17, 2020

Pickle Factory presents CONTAGION: PERFORMANCE, SPACE, COMMUNITY', a series of 8 online conversations and engagements which responds proactively to the current circumstances of the pandemic. ‘Contagion: Performance, Space, Community’ addresses gathering spaces as a societal need, the uniqueness of the live performance experience, and possible ways forward for artists, audiences and venues to build and celebrate strong and empathetic communities. The project is tied to Pickle Factory’s core identity of a performance hub aiming to grow into a permanent venue in and for Calcutta, and celebrates the infectious nature of shared creative experience.
Spread across four weekends (Friday and Saturday), the series has participating  speakers from India, Bangladesh, Wales, Scotland, Poland, Germany, Burkina Faso, Chile and Australia, with names such as Ratna Pathak Shah, Shona McCarthy, Samik Bandopadhyay, Sunil Shanbag, Kapila Venu, Firenza Guidi and many more.
The Facebook group has been abuzz with thoughts and ideas being exchanged in and around the themes of Contagion. Do join the Pickle Factory Cafeteria and see for yourselves what the excitement is all about.
Info: picklefactorycalcutta@gmail.com





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