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Tuesday, February 14, 2017




TORONTO, CANADA (February 13, 2017): Sanskriti Arts Ensemble, with Imagebuilderz as media partners, are all set to present the second chapter of Dance Diaries with Bollywood choreographers Shampa Gopikrishna and Nishant Bhat.   This year also, Dance Diaries presents a unique opportunity for Bollywood dance aficionados to learn the art of popular dance and get a once in a lifetime opportunity to perform with the choreographers live on stage during a final showcase.    

The announcement was made at the Open House for Sanskriti Arts that took place at their new dance studio in Mississauga on February 11, covered by ATN, their exclusive TV media partner.   The Open House showcased a day-long event filled with an array of dance performances including Bollywood, Yoga, Kathak, Hip Hop and Latin Fusion as well as Yoga.  Participants got the opportunity to learn all the shades of dance, yoga, and empowerment.  Besides performances, the Open House also had free sampling of food as well as an assortment of giveaways including hampers, gift baskets, water bottles, mugs and jewelry.

"We wanted to initiate a place of belonging for the community, something they could call their own," says Puja Amin, director of Sanskriti Arts Ensemble, while announcing the next chapter of Dance Diaries.  "We want to provide positivity through fitness and movement." 


The new studio will be the space for Dance Diaries with the B-town dance experts who will train participants  during a two day dance workshop (March 23-24) and an intensive dance workshop (March 25), ultimately culminating in a Grand Finale performance at the Maja Prentice Theatre in Mississauga on March 25.  

"Dance Diaries is a promise I made to my students that they will get opportunities to train with the best talent Bollywood and the dance industry has to offer," says Amin.

"Last year, we had the legendary Saroj Khan, training students' right here in Toronto, and this year we have Shampa Gopikrishna and Nishant Bhat. All I can say is every chapter of Dance Diaries will keep getting bigger and better," she added.

Shampa Gopikrishna, daughter of legendary Kathak maestro, Natraj Gopikrishna, has twice won the Indian version of Dancing With the Stars, Jhalak Dikhla Jaa, with Gurmeet Chaudhury and Ashish Sharma. She has also choreographed the popular song Pinga from Bajirao Mastani, Ang Laga De from Ram Leela and Malang from Dhoom3 among others.  She is currently working for the Hollywood movie, Heartbeats as Indian choreographer.


Nishant Bhat is a popular choreographer well known to ardent lovers of Jhalak Dikhla Jaa and Nach Baliye, Just Dance and Dance Plus. He is trained in Kathak, Indian folk and Latin Ballroom. Bhat has also worked as an assistant choreographer for popular Bollywood foot-tapping tunes including Cutiepie and Channa Mereya from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Love Ki Ghanti from Besharam and Ek Number Ek Number from Sanam Teri Kasam.

"This is a unique opportunity being provided for kids and adults from the Indian diaspora who will be trained by the Best of the Best of choreographers.  They will add to their repertoire while learning new techniques and styles of dance through Dance Diaries.  And with Shampa and Nishant, we are able to bring some flavor of Bollywood to the GTA," says Renu Mehta, president of  magebuilderz.

The workshops will take place at the Sanskriti Arts Dance and Fitness Studios in Mississauga and will be conducted for kids and adults. The Kid's Class will take in age groups five to 11 years and the Adult's Class will take in age groups 12 and above.

The workshop will run for three days from March 23 to March 25 with the final showcase taking place on the evening of March 25 in Mississauga, where students, who have been part of the workshop for at least two sessions, will get the exclusive opportunity to perform live on stage with Shampa Gopikrishna and Nishant Bhat.

For registration visit: http://app.mainstreetsites.com/dmn2092/classes.htm?sem=18611#sem

About Shampa Gopikrishna

Shampa Gopikrishna is the daughter of legendary Kathak exponent, Natraj Gopikrishna. She has twice won the popular Indian reality show Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa and has choreographed a number of Bollywood songs including Pinga from Bajirao Mastani, Malang from Dhoom 3 and Ang Laga De from Ram Leela among others.  Shampa is a trained Kathak dancer and well versed in Modern, Contemporary, Jazz, Hip Hop as well as the Latin American forms of dance. She is also trained in the various Indian folk dance styles such as Chhau and Kalaripayatu as well as can perform aerial acrobats with ease. Shampa is currently working as an Indian choreographer for a Hollywood movie, Heartbeats directed by Duane Adler. She is also the director of choreography on dancewithmadhuri.com, an online dance academy run by Madhuri Dixit.


About Nishant Bhat

Nishant Bhat is popular choreographer who is known for his participation in Indian dance reality shows. He has been part of Jhalak Dikhlaa Jaa, Nach Baliye, Just Dance, Boogie Woogie, Dance Plus, Super Dancer as well as So You Think You Can Dance - India, to name a few. Bhat is trained in Kathak, Indian folk and Latin Ballroom. He is currently learning Bellydance. Bhat has been an assistant choreographer for popular Bollywood songs utipie and Channa Mereya from Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Love ki Ghanti from Besharam and Ek Number Ek Number Sanam Teri Kasam among others.


Saturday, February 11, 2017

Annual Give a Heart turned out to be a Grandeur Success of Team Karma

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Give a Heart Represents Youth~Energy~Talent~ Power~ Confidence~Meaning ~Love~TeamWork & Inspiration

Amar Karma Health & Wellness Awareness Network held their 7th annual Give a Heart gala on Saturday at Apollo Convention Centre, Mississauga. The months of planning and hard work by the youth of the Karma Team cumulated at Karma’s Give a Heart.
A fun event revolved around the theme “Health & Wellness is Reciprocal and Synergetic” and that Health & Wellness can be achieved by making collective efforts. An event that showcased awards of excellence, lion dances, singing, bhangra and much more to send a simple message: you can give your heart – literally.

Martha Henry to lead Langham Workshop for Classical Direction, as David Latham retires

Martha Henry to lead Michael Langham Workshop

for Classical Direction, as David Latham retires

This season's participants announced

February 8, 2017… Artistic Director Antoni Cimolino is pleased to announce that Martha Henry will take on the directorship of the Stratford Festival's Michael Langham Workshop for Classical Direction. Founding Director David Latham has decided to retire from the position he has held since 2009, having built an unparalleled program on the art of directing classical work.

"After seven years of leadership as our founding Director of the Michael Langham Workshop for Classical Direction, David Latham has decided to retire from the role," says Mr. Cimolino. "Through his careful course design and inspirational mentoring of the participant directors, David has made the Langham Workshop a vital training resource within Canadian theatre. I'm deeply grateful to him and happy to say that he will continue to serve as a valued member of our coaching and training staff at the Festival. "I'm delighted to announce that Martha Henry has agreed, after a decade with the Birmingham Conservatory, to lead the Langham Workshop, beginning this season. Martha's experience with a long list of extraordinary directors, including Michael Langham himself, as well as her own work as one of Canada's finest stage directors, makes her exceptionally qualified for this important position. I'm in Martha's debt for her acceptance of this challenging leadership role at the Festival. Her talent, skills and wisdom will make an invaluable contribution to the development of Canadian theatre directors working in the classics."

Ms Henry's relationship with the Stratford Festival, now in its sixth decade, has been crucial to the theatre's success. As Director of the Birmingham Conservatory from 2007 to 2016, she has trained dozens of the country's most promising classical actors, and mentored and inspired countless others throughout her career. A Companion of the Order of Canada, a Member of the Order of Ontario and a recipient of the Governor General's Lifetime Achievement Award, Ms Henry has performed in almost 70 productions in her 43 seasons at Stratford and has directed a dozen more. She has served as Artistic Director of the Grand Theatre, and has directed for the Shaw Festival, Canadian Stage and other Canadian theatres. Her highly acclaimed production of All My Sons in 2016 was seen as one of the Festival's triumphs. This year she will be directing Twelfth Night at the Festival Theatre.

Mr. Latham's contributions have been similarly impactful. He has directed, taught or acted in Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., and the U.S. He is a Master Teacher and directs and teaches regularly at the Birmingham Conservatory, the National Theatre School and the Globe Conservatory. Mr. Latham, the Festival's long-standing Director of Theatre Training, was Principal of the Birmingham Conservatory, prior to launching the Langham Workshop, and also served as Associate Artist. He was Dean of the VCA School of Drama in Melbourne, Australia, and Director of the Vancouver Playhouse Acting School. The bulk of his Stratford career, which stretches over 16 seasons, has focused on training, though he also directed several memorable productions, including 2007's Othello, 2004's Cymbeline, 2003's Agamemnon and 2002's The Two Noble Kinsmen.

Since the founding of the Langham Workshop, Mr. Latham has mentored dozens of artists, who will help form the bedrock of the new generation of Canadian directors. Those who have passed through the program include Mitchell Cushman, who is directing this season's Treasure Island; Alan Dilworth, who is directing The Virgin Trial; Lezlie Wade, who is directing HMS Pinafore; Graham Abbey, who conceived and adapted last season's Breath of Kings and is Artistic Director of Groundling Theatre; Kevin Bennett, Christine Brubaker and Krista Jackson, who are directing at the Shaw Festival this season. Several Workshop members have gone on to leadership roles in Canadian theatre, including Thomas Morgan Jones, now Artistic Director of Theatre New Brunswick; Rona Waddington, Artistic Director of the St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival; Kate Newby, Artistic Director of Handsome Alice; Esther Jun, Assistant Artistic Director of Tarragon Theatre; and Andrea Donaldson, Associate Artistic Director of Tarragon. Others have taken the skills learned in the program back to their companies, including Andrew Shaver, Artistic Director of Sidemart Theatrical Grocery; Aaron Willis, co-artistic director of Convergence Theatre; Ravi Jain, Artistic Director of Why Not Theatre; Kevin Hammond, Artistic Director of Humber River Shakespeare; and Kristen van Ginhoven, Artistic Director of WAM in Lee, Massachusetts. Many more are actively directing across Canada and in the U.S.

The Michael Langham Workshop for Classical Direction offers early- and mid-career directors an unparalleled opportunity to gain critical insight into mastering the art of directing classical work at a theatre of significant complexity and scope.

This year, the program welcomes three new participants – Michelle Boulet, Sarah Kitz and Jonathan Seinen – as well as three directors returning for their second year – Charlotte Gowdy, Peter Pasyk, and James Wallis.

"The Langham Workshop offers a wonderful exchange of ideas," says Mr. Cimolino. "These young directors bring to us the culture of their work, while we share with them the techniques that have evolved over the Festival's rich history. It is our hope that they will carry these traditions forward, ensuring a sound future for classical theatre in this country and beyond."


Game-Changing Industry Leaders Come to Niagara in TWO days

Game-Changing Industry Leaders Come to Niagara

Gary Vaynerchuk and Manjit Minhas among Haste and Hustle Guest Lineup

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont. (February 7, 2017)—  On February 9-10, 2017, marketing and sales professionals will have the chance to experience Haste & Hustle— a one-of-a-kind event offering real marketable business skills and the opportunity to engage and network with other professionals from various industries.

"Haste and Hustle was created to stimulate business creativity and provide exceptional learning opportunities," says Shauna Arnott of Haste & Hustle. "Our speakers are seasoned industry experts who will train, explain, educate and inspire."

This year's speaker and guest lineup consists of professionals who are not just leaders in their fields, but ahead of the field on trends, techniques and transformation. Among these are:

Gary Vaynerchuk: Fresh out of college, Gary grew his $3M family wine business to a $60M business in just five years. Now, he runs VaynerMedia, one of the world's hottest digital agencies.

Marc Saltzman is one of the most recognized and trusted technology evangelists in North America. Marc is a freelance columnist for more than 40 publications, a prolific (16-time) author, radio and television personality, public speaker, and host of "Gear Guide," which runs on Cineplex movie theatre screens across the country.

Casey Neistat is the co-founder of Beme, a mobile video platform and a YouTuber with over 6 million subscribers and 260 million views to date. Prior to entering the tech space, Casey was an established figure in the art and film world, chiefly known for his innovative and groundbreaking video work. Casey made a global impact with his short film "iPod's Dirty Secret," which went viral years before the launch of YouTube.

Manjit Minhas: In her early 30s, this petroleum engineering student turned beer baroness, is one of North America's most exciting entrepreneurs. Minhas was able to start the business from nothing and successfully enter the beer and spirits industry, undoubtedly one of the most competitive markets around, all as a young female entrepreneur. She is a highly sought-after speaker and has given talks at the Rotman School of Management and the Haskayne School of Business. She is a judge of the current season of CBC's Dragons' Den.

Joining these incredible minds are also: Jon Dick, VP of Marketing at HubSpot; Erin Bury, Managing Director at 88 Creative; Giovanni Marsico, founder of Archangel; Greg Murray, Pfizer Product Manager; Fay Chapple, Award Winning Entrepreneur; Paul Copcutt, Personal Brand Strategist; Alan Smithson, CEO of MetaVRse; Allie Hughes, founder and owner of Hughes & Co.; and Chris Buttenham, founder and CEO of Tasytt. "While it features educational seminars, offers lessons from people in the business world, and an opportunity to build a stronger sales and marketing team, Haste & Hustle is more than just a business event," adds Shauna. "Join the crew on our Marketing Crawl Tour of Niagara and exclusive VIP event at Jackson Triggs Winery." 

 Haste & Hustle is the perfect opportunity to boost your business, connect with the best in the industry and visit the beautiful Niagara Region.

To register or obtain more information on Haste & Hustle, please visit www.hasteandhustle.com. 'Like' them on Facebook or follow @HasteandHustle.


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Where: Brampton City Hall Atrium - 1st Floor, 2 Wellington Street West, Brampton L6Y 4R2
When: Thursday, February 16, 2017: 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Who: Speakers: Mayor Linda Jeffrey; Brampton Library CEO Rebecca Raven; FOLD Artistic Director Jael Richardson
Why: To celebrate the One Book One Brampton Shortlist and hear the results of the public vote to decide the winner.

Everyone is invited to a free event at Brampton City Hall to celebrate the One One Book One Brampton Shortlist in the Brampton City Hall Atrium.

Review and purchase the four shortlisted books, hear about the shortlisted authors writing process and find out the winner, determined by public vote! 

Enjoy free refreshments and celebrate the book that all Brampton residents are invited to read and discuss together.

The shortlist is:
  • The Juggler's Children: A Journey into Family, Legend, and the Genes that Bind Us by Carolyn Abraham
  • Fifteen Dogs by Andre Alexis
  • Six Metres of Pavement by Farzana Doctor
  • The Amazing Absorbing Boy by Rabindranath Maharaj
Special thanks to Nancy Frater, owner of Booklore Bookstore in Orangeville, for selling all four shortlisted books, and the following community groups for their displays connected to some of the books' themes: The FOLD/Festival of Literary Diversity, Animal Services, Spectra, and Library Settlement Partnership workers.


DanceWorks presents provocative premiere from Hari Krishnan of inDANCE

DanceWorks presents a provocative world premiere from
Toronto's acclaimed inDANCE
 Holy Cow(s)!
Choreographed by Hari Krishnan
March 23-25 at Harbourfront Centre Theatre

TORONTO (February 10, 2017) - DanceWorks, Toronto's longest running contemporary dance series, proudly presents cutting-edge Toronto dance company inDANCE with the world premiere of Holy Cow(s)!, choreographed by Artistic Director Hari Krishnan. Holy Cow(s)! runs Thursday March 23 through Saturday March 25 at 8pm nightly at Harbourfront Centre Theatre as part of the NextSteps series. Tickets are now on sale.

A subversive and physically complex full-length dance production, Holy Cow(s)! runs rampant, toppling South Asian-dance related taboos of gender, identity, sexuality and cultural (mis)appropriation - provoking desire and derision through humor and eroticism.

A highly personal work from Hari Krishnan that turns South Asian dance on its head, Holy Cow(s)! is a deep reflection on his thoughts about consumerism, dance as a product for public consumption, 'east-west' superficial binaries and a deliberation on how his identity as an artist has had to fit into specific pre-determined categories. The eclectic dance vocabulary - drawn from Asian dance traditions to contemporary western dance sensibilities - oscillates back and forth between solos, duets, trios and ensembles, all performed to a commissioned world music score by Niraj Chag (London, U.K.).

This provocative dance performance also features solos choreographed by Sean Curran (New York City), David Brick (Philadelphia) and Jay Hirabayashi (Vancouver). Other collaborators include lighting designer Jack Caar (Connecticut) and costume/visual designer Rex (Toronto).

Holy Cow(s)! is performed by seven talented Toronto dance artists: Paul Charbonneau, Beth Despres, Peter Hessel, Roney Lewis, Megan Nadain, Vinod Para and Xi Yi.

Toronto's NOW Magazine featured Krishnan as one of the top ten artists to watch out for this winter - https://nowtoronto.com/stage/10-artists-to-watch-this-winter/ . And the Toronto Star noted previously that "Krishnan is happy to scoff at tradition, turn things upside down and shake out all the cobwebs."

An internationally respected dancer, choreographer, teacher and dance scholar, Bessie (New York City) and Dora (Toronto) Award nominee Hari Krishnan is the artistic director of Toronto-based company inDANCE and Associate Professor of Dance in the Department of Dance at Wesleyan University (Connecticut). As an award-winning dance maker (
Bessie Schoenberg Choreographic Residency Award (USA), Eramus Mundus Award (Europe), Desi Canadian Achiever Award (Canada) who combines classical elegance and populist echoes, Krishnan is frequently commissioned for his avant-garde, subversive and transgressive choreography to create work on soloists and companies around the world.

inDANCE is a progressive Canadian dance company. It presents works that are a potent, distilled synthesis of artistic director Hari Krishnan's Eastern and Western artistic and aesthetic personae.  Acknowledging the burdens and legacies of tradition, inDANCE disrupts and investigates post-modern evolutions, driving the company's arc on a trajectory that absorbs influences from the West into its strident idiom of contemporary Asian cultures. The company pioneers work that is controversial, unconventional and radical, producing eclectic, sensual and virtuosic dance that confronts dominant discourses on global culture. inDANCE's work is presented at prestigious venues around the world. Recent works include Tiger by the Tail (2016), The Book of Sandalwood (2015) and Skin (2014),
among others. www.indance.ca/

DanceWorks began as a collective of independent dance artists in 1977 and has grown to become Toronto's leading presenter of independent dance. DanceWorks offers seasons of eclectic, exhilarating choreography programmed to intrigue, challenge and enthrall. DanceWorks adds to the theatrical experience with Carol's Dance Notes and post-performance conversations with artists. DanceWorks is the administrator of the CanDance Network and Dance Ontario Association. www.danceworks.ca + https://danceworksblog.wordpress.com/

DanceWorks presents a provocative world premiere from Toronto's acclaimed inDANCE
 Holy Cow(s)!
Choreographed by Hari Krishnan
with solo choreographic contributions from choreographers
Sean Curran, David Brick and Jay Hirabayashi
Thursday, March 23 - Saturday, March 25, 2017 at 8pm nightly
at Harbourfront Centre Theatre
, 231 Queens Quay West, Toronto, ON
Part of Harbourfront Centre NextSteps

Dynamic Ticket Pricing
: Prior to the week of the show - $36; During the week of the show - $40; Day of Show - $42.
Discounts for seniors ($28), arts industry (20% discount), students ($15) and groups of 10+ ($23).
Call the Harbourfront Centre Box Office: 416-973-4000 OR purchase online:

Kalanidhi Announces International Festival of Indian Dance - Live and Live-Streamed!

16th Kalanidhi International Festival of Indian Dance: Whirling Streams
Goes Global with Live and Live-Streamed Performances,
Symposium, and Film Retrospective
March 28 to April 2 at Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, Toronto

February 10, 2017, Toronto, ON: The 16th Kalanidhi International Festival of Indian Dance: Whirling Streams is dedicated to Sudha Khandwani, Founder and Artistic Director of Kalanidhi Fine Arts of Canada, who passed away in November of 2016, leaving an extraordinary history of international Indian Dance through her fifteen archived festivals (1993 to 2014). With the passing of Sudha, her sister, acclaimed dancer and choreographer Menaka Thakkar, has agreed to finish the Festival as its Artistic Director with the intention to continue the work of spreading a passion for Indian Dance as an art form.

The Kalanidhi International Festival of Indian Dance, Whirling Streams, starts Tuesday March 28 and runs to Sunday April 2, 2017 at Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre. Tickets will be on sale mid-February. All events on stage  at Harbourfront Centre will also be live streamed and performances will be available at select film theatres such as Cineplex during the Festival and available on-line over the internet as well.

Performances: The live and live-streamed Festival will present over 40 dancers from Canada and India and feature the classical and contemporary dance styles of Bharatanatyam, Odissi, Kathak, Chhau, and Modern over the course of the six days. Performers include Menaka Thakkar Dance Collective (Toronto), Santosh Nair Sadhya Dance (India),  Bhavajan Kumar Dancers (Toronto), and solos by Menaka Thakkar (Toronto), Kasturi Mishra (Ottawa), Sujata Mohapatra (India), Parul Gupta (Toronto), Riya Alika Mittal (Edmonton), Nivedha Ramalingham (Toronto), Monica Shah (Vancouver), Mark Medrano with Roger Sinha  (Montreal), Reshmi Chetram (Toronto), and more to be  announced. 

Retrospective and Symposiums - A "DO NOT MISS" event at the Festival will be a demonstration/symposium on the use of technology for teaching Indian dance on-line, hosted by Menaka Thakkar that takes place on Sunday April 2. This will be followed by a one-hour retrospective film on the history of contemporary Indian Dance through the eyes of past Kalanidhi Festivals. The retrospective will be followed in the afternoon by a Symposium discussion on Contemporary Indian Dance happening in India. FREE  ADMISSION to all events.

10am - 12pm Demonstration/Symposium on Technology;
2pm - 3pm Film History Retrospective of Contemporary Indian Dance;
3pm - 5pm Symposium on Contemporary Indian Dance happening in India.

Pre-Festival Events - Leading up to the Festival, Kalanidhi paid tribute to Sudha with live-streamed events on December 18, 2016 and January 22, 2017 that featured  memorable performances and new works from past participants, and will do so again on March 5 at Menaka Thakkar Dance Studio at 4:30pm. Encore performances of the Pre-Festival Events are available on the Kalanidhi website at www.kalanidhifinearts.org
PRESS CONFERENCE: Tuesday February 28 at 11am
  You are invited to attend a Press Conference
IN PERSON at the Menaka Thakkar Dance Company studio
11 Glen Cameron Road, Unit #1, Thornhill, ON
participate ON LINE through YouTube using Skype.
Please register at admin@kalanidhifinearts.org to receive a passcode.

The Artistic Director for the Kalanidhi International Festival of Indian Dance is Menaka Thakkar.
The Executive Director is Rasesh Thakkar. The Festival Manager & Marketing Director is Karen Dempster and the India Office Director is Abdullah Khandwani.

The 16th Kalanidhi International Festival of Indian Dance is generously supported by: Canadian Heritage, Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, and donations.


16th Annual Kalanidhi International Festival of Indian Dance: Whirling Streams
Tuesday March 28-Sunday April 2, 2017 at Harbourfront Centre's Fleck Dance Theatre

Location: Fleck Dance Theatre, Harbourfront Centre, 207 Queens Quay W., 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON
Show Times: Tuesday to Friday 7:30pm; Saturday 10:30am, 1:30pm & 7:30pm, Sunday 10am, 2pm, 3pm
Tickets: Tickets will be on sale mid-February. Call the Harbourfront Centre Box Office at 416-973-4000 OR purchase online at www.kalanidhifinearts.org OR email tickets@harbourfrontcentre.com.

The Box Office opens 2 hours before evening performances and 1 hour before Matinees for in-person purchase.

Ticket Prices:
For LIVE SHOWS at Harbourfront Centre's Fleck Dance Theatre: $38 - $25;
7 Day Passes: $175 - $119; 4 Day Passes: $120 - $90; Sunday Retrospective and Symposiums: FREE.
(Discounts for seniors, students, arts workers and groups of 10 or more.)

All events at Harbourfront Centre will be LIVE STREAMED and performances will be available at select film theatres such as Cineplex during the Festival and available on-line over the internet.

For live and/or encore STREAMING in public places such as a Cineplex theatre: $20 single ticket;
Home viewing on internet devices single ticket $10; Live streaming locations and tickets will be available late February through the www.kalanidhifinearts.org website. For groups  (of 10 or more) in an informal setting of a studio or a party room: Enquire at 647-215-8620.
For more information, connect with Kalanidhi : 
Website: www.kalanidhifinearts.org ;  Facebook: Kalanidhi Fine Arts of Canada ;
YouTube:  Kalanidhi Fine Arts of Canada .

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