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Events of the week

URBAN SHAPES

What: Settled in complete urban set up and overwhelming hum drum of city life, artist Malay Saha’s works reflect an awareness and spatial relationship between objects and the beholder. Titled ‘Framed Within’, this show projects the works mostly in blacks and whites, squares and checks, flats and textures. Along with prominent blacks and whites, Malay uses bright red, saturated yellow, hues of green and streaks of dazzling paints to emphasize his topologically complex composition of furniture which are almost bereft of human presence. Squares, rectangles, panels, intricate dots and forest of lines explore the relationship between visual and psycho-social space of urban life.

When: January 24 – February 3 (11am – 8pm)

Where: Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg

JOB FAIR

What: Delhi is set to host its first RISE (Reimagining Inclusion for Social Equity), Asia’s biggest LGBTQI conference, job fair and marketplace. This is the second edition of RISE, following a successful Bengaluru edition. RISE is the flagship event organized by the Pride Circle, India’s premier diversity and inclusion consulting, that enables organisations to foster inclusion with its expertise and solutions. It will be a day-long congregation of over 1000 change makers, businesses, organisations, candidates, students, human resource professionals, advocates, and experts. The event will witness over 400 job seekers and 30 inclusive brands. The job fair will connect the largest LGBTQI talent pool with inclusive organisations. Companies such as Uber, Accenture, BNY Mellon, The Lalit, Kronokare, Unhotel, among others will be coming to hire.

When: February 22

Where:
The Lalit, Barakhamba road

GRAND AFFAIR

What: After enthralling audiences with a special preview in Mumbai, renowned theatre director, screenwriter and filmmaker Feroz Abbas Khan is all set for the grand launch of his latest romantic musical, Raunaq & Jassi in Delhi. This Hindi musical which is inspired by William Shakespeare’s romantic classic ‘Romeo & Juliet’ celebrates love that transcends all barriers and boundaries. With original writing, foot-tapping Punjabi folk music and exquisite costumes, Raunaq & Jassi is set in Punjab. The musical features live singing. Led by Feroz Abbas Khan and written by Iqbal Raj, Raunaq & Jassi features gorgeous costumes designed by Manish Malhotra, stunning choreography by Mayuri Upadhya, a hauntingly beautiful music score by Piyush Kanojia, mesmerizing lighting design by the acclaimed David Lander from Broadway and spectacular projection design by John Narun. The musical features 13 celebrated North Indian folk songs including two original compositions. The cast is headed by Neha Sargam, Omkar Patil, Mahendra Singh, Sonal Jha amongst others.

When: February 28

Where: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium

URBAN SHAPES

What: Settled in complete urban set up and overwhelming hum drum of city life, artist Malay Saha’s works reflect an awareness and spatial relationship between objects and the beholder. Titled ‘Framed Within’, this show projects the works mostly in blacks and whites, squares and checks, flats and textures. Along with prominent blacks and whites, Malay uses bright red, saturated yellow, hues of green and streaks of dazzling paints to emphasize his topologically complex composition of furniture which are almost bereft of human presence. Squares, rectangles, panels, intricate dots and forest of lines explore the relationship between visual and psycho-social space of urban life.

When: January 24 – February 3 (11am – 8pm)

Where: Triveni Kala Sangam, 205, Tansen Marg

JOB FAIR

What: Delhi is set to host its first RISE (Reimagining Inclusion for Social Equity), Asia’s biggest LGBTQI conference, job fair and marketplace. This is the second edition of RISE, following a successful Bengaluru edition. RISE is the flagship event organized by the Pride Circle, India’s premier diversity and inclusion consulting, that enables organisations to foster inclusion with its expertise and solutions. It will be a day-long congregation of over 1000 change makers, businesses, organisations, candidates, students, human resource professionals, advocates, and experts. The event will witness over 400 job seekers and 30 inclusive brands. The job fair will connect the largest LGBTQI talent pool with inclusive organisations. Companies such as Uber, Accenture, BNY Mellon, The Lalit, Kronokare, Unhotel, among others will be coming to hire.

When: February 22

Where:
The Lalit, Barakhamba road

GRAND AFFAIR

What: After enthralling audiences with a special preview in Mumbai, renowned theatre director, screenwriter and filmmaker Feroz Abbas Khan is all set for the grand launch of his latest romantic musical, Raunaq & Jassi in Delhi. This Hindi musical which is inspired by William Shakespeare’s romantic classic ‘Romeo & Juliet’ celebrates love that transcends all barriers and boundaries. With original writing, foot-tapping Punjabi folk music and exquisite costumes, Raunaq & Jassi is set in Punjab. The musical features live singing. Led by Feroz Abbas Khan and written by Iqbal Raj, Raunaq & Jassi features gorgeous costumes designed by Manish Malhotra, stunning choreography by Mayuri Upadhya, a hauntingly beautiful music score by Piyush Kanojia, mesmerizing lighting design by the acclaimed David Lander from Broadway and spectacular projection design by John Narun. The musical features 13 celebrated North Indian folk songs including two original compositions. The cast is headed by Neha Sargam, Omkar Patil, Mahendra Singh, Sonal Jha amongst others.

When: February 28

Where: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium