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Workshop on Traditional Arts and Designs with particular reference to 'HASE' folk art organised by IGNCA SRC on 08th and 09th March 2014.

Venue: Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Southern Regional Centre, Near AIT, Mallathahalli, Jnanabharati Post, Bangalore - 560056.

Timings: 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

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Introduction

Bhoomi Pooja

(L to R) Sri R. Ashok, MLA,  Sri Ananth Kumar (then Union Minister for Urban Development & Poverty Alleviation), Smt. Rani Satish, Minister for Karnataka, Kannada & Culture, Sri H. Narasimhaiah, Trustee, IGNCA, Prof. Thimmappa, VC, Bangalore University, Prof. P.V. Krishna Bhat, Hon. Coordinator, IGNCA SRC, Arup Roy Choudhury, CMD, NBCC Ltd., Bangalore

The Southern Regional Centre was established in 2001 at Bangalore. This was primarily with a view to expand research activities in South India. The suggestion to start SRC came up during a brainstorming session at Delhi and was later approved by the Executive Committee. The move received a boost by the active support and initiative of the former Hon. Union Minister Sri Ananth Kumar, former Hon. Chief Minister of Karnataka Sri S.M. Krishna. 

The foundation of SRC building on ten-acre land provided by the authorities of the Bangalore University was laid and the Bhoomi Pooja took place on Oct. 15, 2002. The new building is ready for occupation now.

The Southern Regional centre is a nodal centre for study, research and dissemination of the arts and culture, with particular focus on South India. 

Through research, publication, training, creative activities and performances, the IGNCA SRC seeks to place the arts within the context of the natural and human environment. 

The Southern Regional Centre is devoted to cross-cultural exchanges, and various development in the field of art and culture of India in general and the south India in particular. The centre has taken up several research projects and academic activities.

 


Contact Person
Professor S. Settar
Ph.D (Karn.), Ph.D (Cambridge, U.K.)
Director (Hon.), 
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts-SRC
Kengute Circle, Magadi-Kengeri Ring Road, 
Near IIPM, Mallathalli, Jnanabharathi Post, 
Bangalore - 560 056 Ph : 080 23212356 
e-mail: igncasrc@hotmail.com 

Activities at SRC
To a large extent, the SRC will maintain special emphasis on the contributions of Southern India to the field of arts and culture.

The events scheduled


Traditional Folk art Workshop 'HASE' organised by IGNCA SRC,

Date: 29th Decenber 2013 - 5th January 2014

Inauguration on: 29.12.2013, Sunday at 10:30 AM.;

Valedictory on: 05.01.2014, Sunday at 11:00 AM.

Venue: Hasemane, Bandagadde, Sagar Tq., Shimoga Dist.,

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Seminar on 'Endangered Art Forms: Talamaddale' organised by IGNCA SRC in co-ordination with ANEKA Narayana Joshi Charitable Trust (R), Bangalore and Sri Mahaganapathi Yakshagana Mandali, Beleyuru.

Date: 16th November 2013
Venue: Bharati High School, Bandagadde, Keladi, Sagar Tq, Shimoga Dist.

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'Kanaka Namana: Lecture on Kanakadasa and his Philosophy' by noted thinker and critic Prof. O. L. Nagabhushana Swamy and Presentation of kanaka - Keerthana by Smt. Vasudha G. and her team. Lecture is organised by IGNCA SRC.

Date: 21st November 2013   Time: 06:00PM
Venue: Kannada Sahitya parishath, Chamarajapet, Bangalore

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