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July 2017

RMZ Foundation Presents‘Heads and Bodies, Icons and Idols’

July 8 @ 8:00 am - September 9 @ 6:00 pm
The Gallery, RMZ Ecoworld, Doddakannahalli Village, Sarjapur Marathahalli, Outer Ring Road,
Bangalore , Karnataka India
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RMZ Foundation Presents‘Heads and Bodies, Icons and Idols’

RMZ Foundation Presents ‘Heads and Bodies, Icons and Idols’ A Solo Show of Sculptures by Ravinder Reddy At The Gallery, RMZ Ecoworld RMZ Foundation presents ‘Heads and Bodies, Icons and Idols’ a solo show of sculptures by internationally renowned artist G. Ravinder Reddy, from July 8 to September 9, 2017 at The Gallery, RMZ Ecoworld (Doddakannahalli Village, Sarjapur Marathahalli, Outer Ring Road, Bangalore 560037. Tel:) from 11:00 am- 6:00 pm, Wednesday to Monday (Tuesdays closed).  ‘Heads and Bodies, Icons and Idols’ is…

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August 2017

Bangalore Sketch Walk – Cubbon Park

August 6 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 pm
Plan The Unplanned, D.S. Paradise, Venkatadari Layout, 1st Cross Road, Panduranga Nagar, Bannerghatta,
Bangalore,, Karnataka 560076 India
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Bangalore Sketch Walk - Cubbon Park

Bangalore Sketch Walk - Cubbon Park Urban Sketching – Sketch Walk Workshop: Come learn to sketch, this is a fun way of exploring Bengaluru city. We will be walking around Cubbon Park which is in the heart of the city and was originally created in 1870. This workshop is the kick-starter to all those who think they can’t draw, or even the ones who have been drawing for a while and want to explore and learn further. Here we learn…

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Hampi and Badami

August 25 - August 28
Hampi and Badami

Hampi and Badami Hampi is the town which was once ruled by the Vijayanagara Empire. It is one of the UNESCO recognized World Heritage Sites in India. The place is one of India’s most known archaeological destinations. The town of Hampi is in a secluded area, with royal residences, temples, towers, roads, and statues, all spread over a massive area. The heritage site is located near the River Tungabhadra. It was once the imperial capital of the Vijayanagar Empire and…

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