3 things to do today in Bangalore

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Attend a mango festival

Ranga Shankara’s iconic “Mango Party” takes on a digital avatar, with online programs to be posted on Ranga Shankara’s Facebook and YouTube pages. The “Mango Party” celebrates all things mango and is older than the history of Ranga Shankara. The audience can enjoy a variety of videos such as a Tutorial on the preparation of delicious “hasi kette upinkaayi” (cut mango people) by Chinmayie Bhat from Eat. Food. Love, a presentation of the growth mangoes in Farms, Mangoes as Patterns and Tools in Indian Art History by Neena Parikh, and a Fun Tutorial for Kids on Making Mango Blocks, with Everyday Objects at Home, by Malavika P vs.

Where: Online; When: Until June 20, 11 a.m., 5 p.m.
Contact: 080 2649 3982

Abstract art

Discover KYNKYNY’s latest exhibition which builds a marvelous universe made up of a dazzling mix of stories and tales. Showcasing a selection of 32 eminent and diverse artists, the vast array of works of art offers a sumptuous mix of images, colors, symbols and thoughts. A multiplicity of complementary and contrasting themes, styles and genres are presented, colored by the philosophy and distinctive quirks of each artist.


Where: KYNKYNY.com; When: Until July 6

Romantic Essential

Artflute presents ‘The Essential Romantic’, an online showcase with a collection of works by widely recognized digital and new media artist Vijit Pillai. With this online exhibition, Pillai presents his choice creations which are a visual ode to the work of legendary musicians, renowned poets and inspiring writers.

Vijit uses his own photographs and other references that take on a new form through the use of textures, filters, patterns and sophisticated digital techniques.


Where: www.artflute.com

When: Until June 30; Contact: 9980433790

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