Pan-Asianism and East-West Politics in the Bengal School of Art

Posted on May 16th, 2018 by SACHI

SACHI Is Pleased To Invite You To An Illustrated Talk With Dr. Debashish Banerji, Chair of East-West Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies. The Bengal School of Art was founded by Abanindranath Tagore (1871-1951) and his students at the start of the 20th century in Calcutta. Its early expression emerged in the British […]

Sandeep Mukherjee in an Artist’s Talk: “Painting Performs, Carves, and Molds Image”

Posted on May 9th, 2018 by SACHI

SACHI, In Partnership With The Palo Alto Art Center, Is Pleased To Invite You To An Artist’s Talk With Sandeep Mukherjee, Distinguished Contemporary Artist and Associate Professor at Pomona College. Artist Sandeep Mukherjee, Guggenheim Fellow, 2017 and the Thomas/Mann Villa Aurora, Berlin Fellow, 2017 will present his diverse body of work over the last two decades, discussing it in […]

The Story of the Raga: A Historical Survey of Indian Classical Music followed by a Musical Recital

Posted on April 12th, 2018 by SACHI

SACHI, Society for Art & Cultural Heritage of India in collaboration with Palo Alto Art Center is proud to present Priya Purushothaman, Hindustani Vocalist, and Visiting Mumbai Artist In a 2-part, Lecture Demonstration and Performance Part 1: Lecture-Demonstration The essence of Indian classical music comes down to its underpinning concept: the raga. What is a raga, and where […]

What Makes a Life Worth Living: Powerful Memoirs of Love and Loss

Posted on April 6th, 2018 by SACHI

SACHI, Society for Art & Cultural Heritage of India, is honored to partner with Bay Area Book Festival In Presenting a thought provoking Panel Discussion What Makes a Life Worth Living: Powerful Memoirs of Love and Loss Lucy Kalanithi, Rebecca Soffer, Elizabeth Percer, with moderator, Elizabeth Scarboro In his final year of life before dying […]

Spring Family Day at the Palo Alto Art Center

Posted on March 26th, 2018 by SACHI

SACHI and Palo Alto Art Center, in collaboration with Rinconada Library, Invite You to an Afternoon of Wonder and Excitement Join an Exciting Series of Not-To-Be-Missed Programs: Hands-on artmaking projects, a musical performance, a film screening, and a scavenger hunt Activities appropriate for ages 5 through adult. FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. 2:30 pm Film Screening:  […]

Immersive Experience at the Aftel Archive of Curious Scents

Posted on March 3rd, 2018 by SACHI

SACHI Invites You to an Immersive Experience at the Aftel Archive of Curious Scents At the Aftel Archive of Curious Scents visitors will be able to smell more than three hundred natural essences derived from fruits, flowers, trees, grasses, and other natural sources (and take three samples home). They will be able to compare essences that have been […]

Looking Back: A SACHI Poster Exhibition at the Livermore Public Library

Posted on February 2nd, 2018 by SACHI

Looking Back! celebrates two decades of SACHI’s excellence in visionary and educational programs promoting the understanding and appreciation of Indian art and culture in the San Francisco Bay Area. Through the month long exhibition (Feb 1- Feb 28, 2018) of Poster announcements, SACHI is honored to showcase a sampling of its more recent events. In conjunction with the launch […]

A Journey from Czechoslovakia to the Buddhist Himalayas: 40 Years of Exploring Himalayan Monasteries

Posted on October 23rd, 2017 by SACHI

SACHI Society for Art & Cultural Heritage of India is pleased to Invite you to an Illuminating Discussion with Visiting Scholar Dr. Jaroslav Poncar Professsor Emeritus of Technical University, Cologne A Journey from Czechoslovakia to the Buddhist Himalayas 40 Years of Exploring Himalayan Monasteries: A Photographic Documentation of Murals and Wall Paintings in Alchi, Tabo, and West […]

SACHI 20th Anniversary Annual Event 2017: The Unbearable Lightness Of Drawing with Dr. B.N. Goswamy

Posted on September 1st, 2017 by SACHI

SACHI, Society for Art & Cultural Heritage of India, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, and The Asia Foundation are very honored to present Dr. B.N. Goswamy Distinguished art historian and Professor Emeritus, Punjab University, Chandigarh In an Illustrated Lecture Presentation The Unbearable Lightness Of Drawing : Tracing the Life and Work of the Great […]

Indigo, Salt and Khadi: Textile Art as an Expression of National Identity

Posted on August 14th, 2017 by SACHI

SACHI, Society for Art & Cultural Heritage of India and Palo Alto Art Center are pleased to present Indigo, Salt and Khadi: Textile Art as an Expression of National Identity by Shelly Jyoti Delhi based Artist, Designer, Poet, and Independent Curator The Event is Free and Open to the Public. RSVP recommended, kalpana@sachi.org; Tel. 650-349-1247 […]