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Indie Arts Week to draw 100+ independent artists across 6 venues in Delhi

All Indie artistic expressions rarely get a chance to come together under one roof but the Indie Art Week (IAW) seeks to change that. In its debut edition IAW will showcase a host of art forms - ranging from an eclectic mix of music, films, theatre, photography, visual arts and comedy among others - across 6 venues from March 12th to March 19th 2017.

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The festival will feature 100+ artists over a week in 7 different showcases namely, IAW Viewing Room (Film Screenings, Optik Lounge (Visuals Gallery), Grey Area (Live Stage), Spotlight (Theatre & Comedy), Drone Den (Sonic Art) and Bargain X (Installations, exhibition and makers market), apart from a launch event with at Khoj and 2 massive after parties for the participants and attendees (details and schedule below).

IAW is the initiative of Rohan Kulshreshtha, otherwise known for his duties on guitar for the popular band Peter Cat Recording Co. “IAW is a multidisciplinary conglomeration of gifted individuals. Our features and showcases will take you through a whirlwind of independent works and we aim to be a destination for discovery, as far as multiple Indie art forms are concerned. We also aim to promote collaborative presentations, through the festival which is spread over a week across some intriguing spaces in New Delhi and this would possible be the largest multidisciplinary showcase of original works by indie artists,” says Festival Curator, Kulshreshtra, of RonDog Entertainment.

Some of the highlights of the festival include:

- An Exclusive Preview of the acclaimed Kuru Chronicles book 1
- Jamblu Launch (Kartik Pillai, Peter Cat Recording's guitar player - will launch his solo Album)
- Sonic art - a new age avant-guard art form, live audio/visual performances on a 360 projection scheme

Festival Schedule
March 12th : IAW Launch @ Khoj International Artists Association
Reproduce Presents: Donn Bhat, Sahil Vasudeva, @Sister, Pills, Toymob, Profound
Time: 4 pm to 9 pm

March 14th & 15th 2017: IAW Viewing Room @ Anagram Architects, Hauz Khaz Film selection TBA
Time: 7 pm to 10 pm (both days)

March 16th,17th,18th and 19th, 2017: IAW Carnival @ Dhan Mill Compound, Chatterpur
4 Warehouses 100+ artists 4 Days, Feat. Optik Lounge (Visuals Gallery), Grey Area (Live Stage), Spotlight (Theatre & Comedy), Drone Den (Sonic Art) and Bargain X (Installations, exhibition and makers market).
Time: Thursday & Friday, 5 pm onwards; Weekend- 1 pm onwards

Grey Area (Live Stage- Music)
Them Clones, PCRC, Teddy Boy Kill, Digital Suicide, Nigambodh, TankBund, Begum, Caesars Of The Green, Ranjit Arapurakall, Antione Reddon, Mathias, More TBA

Spotlight (Theatre Stage)
Kuru Circus & Orchestra, Space, The Un-Recital, Manik Mahna – Work In Progress, Vocal Rasta, Variety Show (Multiple Stand-up’s), Mr India, More TBA

Drone Den (Sonic art - a new age avant-guard art form, live audio/visual performances on a 360 projection scheme.)
Vinny Bhagat Shivnakaun, IMFL, Jamblu + @SINE, Da Saz, More TBA

Optik Lounge (Visual Gallery)
Ari Jayaprakash, Choorma, Nomadic Origins, More TBA

Bargain X
Makers Market, Installations, exhibitions, Refurbished Goods

17th March: After Parties
Auro and Bandstand

19th March : Secret Closing Party
Only for festival season pass buyers.

Tickets details:

Available on https://insider.in/indie-art-week-carnival-mar12-19-2017/event
Ticket Price : Rs 500-2000
Festival pass Rs 2000
Launch party March 12th: Rs 300
Viewing Room March 14th and 15th: Rs 300
Dhan Mill Compound March 16, 17, 18, 19
Day 1 & 2 : Rs 500 (6pm to 10 pm)
Day 3 & 4 : Rs 1000 (1pm to 10 pm)
After Parties : Free Entry
Secret After Party: free entry, for festival season pass buyers only


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