SACHI in collaboration wth the Department of Religious Studies and Center for South Asia at Stanford University, invites you to join an Illustrated Talk cum Dance on Thyagaraja Ramayanam presented by Ananda Shankar Jayant, India’s eminent Bharatanatyam dance artist and leading choreographer.
Free admission and open to the public. Recommended parking around the Oval.
SACHI invites you to an exciting discussion on Ustad Mansur at the Mughal Court with Dr. Asok Kumar Das, visiting scholar of Mughal and Rajasthani art and culture.
Free admission. RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org; tel. 650-918-6335. Early reservations recommended, seating is limited. Light refreshments will be served.
SACHI invites you to join a unique workshop with Artisan Designers of Kutch, Dayalal Atmaran Kudecha, Masterweaver, Kutch, and Judy Frater, Ashoka Fellow and specialist in Kutch textiles.
$15 workshop fee. RSVP: email@example.com; 650-400-3696. Limited space, early reservations recommended. Light refreshments will be served.
SACHI, Teamwork Arts and Art Forum jointly present a lively and engaging discussion on Women’s Contemporary Art in India with two leading Bay Area scholars, Mary-Ann Milford-Lutzker, art historian, and Dipti Mathur, Bay Area collector of contemporary Indian art. Free admission and open to the public. For information contact firstname.lastname@example.org; tel. 650-918-6335.
SACHI and the Society for Asian Art at the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, are pleased to present an illuminating talk on Yoga and the Bhagavad Gita, a 700-verse scripture that is part of the Hindu epic, The Mahabharata.
Vedanta scholar Prasad Vepa will present the Not-so-Hidden Secrets of Yoga in the Bhagavad Gita. This program is presented to conincide with the Asian Art Museum exhibition, Yoga: The Art of Transformation. Limited seating, rsvp to email@example.com.
SACHI and the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco are honored to present Dr. Madhuvanti Ghose, the Art Institute of Chicago Alsdorf Associate Curator of Indian, Southeast Asian, Himalayan and Islamic Art in a presentation of Public Notice 3: From Vivekananda to Kallat. Program will begin with Dance into the Light: An Invocation for Peace, yoga inspired Bharatanatyam Dance by Vidhya Subramanian, followed by Public Notice 3: From Vivekananda to Kallat, a lecture presentation by Dr. Madhuvanti Ghose, followed by audience Q&A and a public reception.
The event is free after museum admission. This program is presented to conincide with the Asian Art Museum exhibition, Yoga: The Art of Transformation.
SACHI and the San Jose Museum of Art are delighted to present an evening with two renowned food scholars to celebrate the exhibition, Around the Table.
6pm, Light Refreshment
6:30 and 6:45pm, Guided Exhibition Tours of Around the Table.
7:30-9:30pm, Rachel Laudan and Harold McGee share groundbreaking research, followed by conversation, audience Q&A, and a book signing
$20 Members; $25 Non-Members
To reserve space please RSVP, firstname.lastname@example.org; 650-918-6335. Early reservations recommended.
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SACHI in cooperation with the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, and in support of the San Leandro Public Library Big Read 2014, is pleased to co-sponsor A Children’s Yoga Workshop celebrating Mind, Body, Heart and Art as part of the Library’s India Festival series.
Children, ages 4-12, are invited to participate in a yoga adventure! Featuring Vishnu’s OHMazing Journeys with Beth Reese, Founder, Yoginos: Yoga for Youth. To register, please call 510-577-3991 from 1-5pm, Wednesday through Friday
SACHI and Cultural Integration Fellowship (CIF) invite you to explore a very special era in the history and culture of San Francisco.
Joseph Subbiondo, President, CIIS, California Institute of Integral Studies will present an illuminating talk on the San Francisco Renaissance and Emergence of Integral Yoga and the Founding of the CIF and the CIIS. This event is in conjunction with the Asian Art Museum exhibition Yoga: The Art of Transformation (Feb. 21 to May 25, 2014).
Please RSVP; email@example.com; 650-918-6335. Limited seating. Light refreshments will be served.
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Discover legends of the world’s great games presented by Dr. Qamar Adamjee, Associate Curator of South Asian Art, Asian Art Museum, San Francisco. In this talk, curator Dr. Adamjee will take a brief look at the histories, social and literary contexts from which some of the most popular games of our times–chess, backgammon, pachisi, and snakes and ladders–have arisen and survived across many countries and many centuries. An illustrated lecture will take place from 11am-noon (recommended for adults and children), and a family group activity will be available from 11am-1pm (for all ages). The community is invited to bring their board games to the Art Center for an interactive family group session led by Tasmia Hussain.
For information, email Tasmia.Hussain@cityofpaloalto.org.
RSVP Recommended. For full details