Posts Tagged ‘workshop’

Wildlife Photography @ iReboot

iReboot hosts wildlife photography bootcamp for third consecutive year

September will be a pretty busy month at iReboot which is gearing up for the third consecutive year of its most talked about program – the Wildlife Photography Workshop. The entries are pouring in, the program is currently being redesigned and the participants are already rearing to go. In a nutshell, this program combines two most common realms of hobbies- wildlife and photography- which have very good potential of being converted to full-time professions in the long run. iReboot will make the necessary arrangement to have the participants sent off to The Bannerghatta National Park with a qualified, professional wildlife photographer (their previous mentors include celeb names like Kalyan Varma and Amogha Varsha).

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Students can expect professional guidance from their mentor and learn the basic principles of wildlife photography and most importantly, they can look-forward to a thorough individual evaluation of the pictures taken during Safari’s and various expeditions around the park. The course work of this program has been the main USP of the bootcamp. Participants have shared their appreciation for highly relevant content and have praised it for its detailed structure and synopsis.

Post program perks include a free membership to the Photon Club, where the skill-set of the participants are further nurtured through regular commercial assignments and meet-ups. In addition to this, iReboot ensures that the participants take complete advantage of the resources available for their long-term benefit, such as one-on-one sessions with the mentor, tie-up’s with renowned photography magazines and networking at large.

September 2010 workshop for wildlife photography will be held at the Bannerghatta National Park on the 18th and 19th. Program relevant information can be found on iReboot’s website www.ireboot.com.

To see what our other participants have done during their stint, please go through these Flickr images.

Theatre Appreciation Workshop at Ranga Shankara

The Ranga Shankara Theatre Festival 2009 will include the third edition of its very successful Theatre and Arts Appreciation Course, designed on the lines of the well-known Culture Course at Neenasam, Heggodu.

The Course, launched at the Ranga Shankara Theatre Festival 2007, provides a unique opportunity to learn the essence of art appreciation by developing new ways “seeing and listening”.

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ESG Workshop on Lakes

Environment Support Group ®

in collaboration with

Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology

invites you to a workshop on

Urban Lakes as Ecological, Cultural and Public Spaces

A Workshop for Decision makers, Media, NGOs, Teachers, Students and the Public

Date: Saturday 26th September 2009

Time: 9.30 am – 4.00 pm

Venue: Marigowda Hall, Lalbagh, Near Double Road Entrance, Bangalore

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Identifying Traditional and Responsible Ways of Celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi…a Workshop by ESG

Identifying Traditional and Responsible ways of Celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi

A One Day Workshop for Children ( Ages 9-14)

Ganesh Chaturthi is the birthday of Lord Ganesha, the elephant-headed Hindu God. As we all know, He is a very popular god in India and has become a popular symbol around the world too. Ganesha in different art forms has broken many boundaries of caste, race, religion, and nation and has found a space in many living rooms around the world. He is a favorite among the children too. The story of his birth and the variety of delicacies made on this day are enjoyable for children. Over the last few decades, there has been a considerable shift in our societies across the country from celebrating the festival in a traditional way to a more ostentatious occasion, with little regard to the socio-economic, cultural and environmental impacts.

The workshop is aimed at helping children identify the traditional and historical significance, ways in which it was celebrated in the past, the importance of the traditional foods made on this day and ways in which the festival can be celebrated without causing harm to the environment around us.

The workshop will take children through interesting stories, videos, making clay idols, learning to make traditional decorations, learning through some games and learning to take responsibility.

Workshop Date: 30th August 2009

Timings: 9.30 am -4.30 pm

Registration Fees: Rs.300/-

Venue: ESG office

Contact Details:

Environment Support Group

1572, 100 feet Outer Ring Road, Banashankari 2nd Stage, Bangalore-70

Telephone: 91-80-26713559/60/61 Email: divyarrs@esgindia.org/esg@esgindia.org

Website: www.esgindia.org

"Know More About Water"

Citizen Matters, Bangalore’s own community news magazine, is planning a local
panel discussion & interaction on “Know more about water: water harvesting, water
quality testing, water diseases and more” at JP Nagar on 11 July, Saturday morning.
The panel will have both experienced citizens and experts demonstrating simple
techniques and ideas, and taking questions from the participants. The interaction
will run for around 1.5 hours.
at JP Nagar on 11 July, Saturday at 12.00pm to 1.30pm.

The panel
Mr Nagaraj (rainwater harvesting user at Jayanagar)
Mr Navneeth (Project Engineer, Indian Institute of Science)
Mr Sharada Prasad (Argyam, water NGO)
Dr Balagangadhar (Scientist, KSPCB)
Dr Robert Joseph (St Johns Hospital)

This will be an interactive session and will run for around
90 minutes.
Venue for this event is
Magnus School of Business
13th Cross, 6th main road
J.P.Nagar 3rd Phase
Thanka & Regards
Raghavendra,
9611106477
Ops & Mktg Lead, Oorvani Media
Publisher: Citizen Matters, Bangalore’s own newsmagazine

Citizen Matters online

http://www.citizenmatters.in

Citizen Matters print

http://www.citizenmatters.in/print

15,000 copies, available in JP Nagar+BTM only

Career Counselling and Options…"What can I do?"

Citizen Matters, Bangalore’s own community news magazine
presents a local panel discussion & info session on

“Career counseling and options: What can I do?”

An opportunity for students and parents to understand aptitude and career options, get an idea on how to choose a career, etc.

ALL ARE WELCOME!

When: 11 July, Saturday at 12PM to 1.30PM

Where: Magnus School of Business, 13th Cross, 6th Main, JP Nagar 3rd Phase, Blr-78
(Near S Hotel and Shirdi Sai Baba Temple, See map at http://tinyurl.com/nd69jr)

Panel
Ms Annapurna Murthy, Manasa Consultants, Career Counsellor
Wg Cdr R Shankar, BASE, JEE specialialist
Dr Surekha, Christ College, Psychtiatrist
Gautam, personal effectiveness trainer
Siri Srinivas (Engg student, RVCE)

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If you loved your job…

What do a founder of an NGO, an offbeat boutique owner, a Kathak dancer, a Radio Jockey and an Event Manager have in common?

They’re all living their calling. Are you?

“You’ve got to find what you love. Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” These were the famous words of Steve Jobs at Stanford. It’s not surprising to see people around us suffering from Monday blues. If only they loved their job, things would have been different. So what does it take to find your calling? And what does it take to actually live it? Try to find out the answers from a few real people who are living their dreams, shall we? Let’s listen to them as they talk their story…

Tickets priced at Rs 500.
Visit www.talkinstead.com to book online.

CPR Training Workshop

First Aid / CPR Training

Comprehensive Trauma Consortium, is a voluntary non-profit organization established in March 2000, specializes in providing round-the-clock Free Ambulance Rescue service (Pre-hospital care) to accident victims in and around Bangalore City . We have conducted 70,000 rescues so far.

The objective of this course is to create the importance of Pre-Hospital Care and equip the participant with first aid and CPR skills. This certified course is for one full day along with manual. The course fee is Rs.350/ per person. For registration please call @ 9880323829 and confirm before 30th May 2009.

Venue Details :

Date 30 /05/ 2009 (Saturday)

Time 10.00 am – 4.00 pm

Venue

Essae Chandran Institute

No.410, 100ft Road, 4th Block,

Koramangala,

Bangalore – 34.

For any further clarification, please contact

Mr.Vageesha

Training Co-coordinator

CTC PRIME

Mobile : 9880323829

Make-Up Workshop at Sadashiva Nagar Club,Sadashiva Nagar

WeMove Foundation of Performing Arts (WFPA)

Presents

A Make-Up Workshop

“RANGA-PRASADANE”

(The Art of Make Up)

On April 18th and 19th (Saturday and Sunday), at Sadashiva Nagar Club, Sadashiva Nagar

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Pixetra Photography Workshop for Children

Pixetra club and Amoghavarsha jointly present a
SUMMER PHOTOGRAPHY CAMP
For kids between class 5 and 12.
You will need to bring a camera to class :)

From April 20th to 24th (5 days) at Ashirvad, #30, St Mark’s Road Cross,
Bangalore 560001

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