Array of art

Art

* Enjoy the beauty of nature in the paintings of Rajendra Poudel that are on display till today at Ray Art Gallery, Venus Point, off F C Road.

* Revel in serenity in the paintings of Komal Parmar. The artist is exhibiting on Buddha at Malaka Spice, Lane No 5, North Main Road, Koregaon Park till today.

* Soothe your senses in the mystic retreat in paintings of Omar Khayyam series by MV Dhurandhar. The paintings will be on display till August 10 at Contemporary Indian Art, Buena Vista Bungalow No 6, St Patrick's Town.

* Go on a Kenyan safari with the photographs of Varun Pitre who is exhibiting at Atelier Gallery from August 1 to August 11 from 4 to 8pm.

Workshop

* Hone your dancing skills at Diva Belly Dance Academy that is starting a fresh batch of belly dance classes from the upcoming week. For details contact essa@divabellydance.com

* Train the actor in you at the acting workshop organised by FireWeavers. Masti Ki Pathshala will produce two plays and one short film and the end of the workshop. For details email at fireweaversworld@gmail.com

* Fill the colours of monsoon in your paintings at the workshop Monsoon Magic that is being organised by artist Milind Mulick till August 9 at Art2day Gallery, 1048, Samarth, Second floor, Tilak Road.

* Enhance your creative skills at an eight-day workshop in acrylic, pastels and other techniques to be held from August 4. For details email at artistanuradha@hotmail.com.

Theatre

* Delve in the dreams of Tenshe in the play Tenshechya Swapnat Train directed by Shashank Shende. The play will be staged at Bharatnatya Mandir on August 2 at 9.30 pm.

* Enjoy your evening with the plays Jhade Lawnara Manus and Dalan, which are being staged by the Natak Company at Bharat Natya Mandir on July 31 at 9:30 pm.

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