Friday, August 14, 2015

L’ISTITUTO ITALIANO DI CULTURA NEW DELHI È LIETO
DI INVITARE ALLO SPETTACOLO

THE ITALIAN EMBASSY CULTURAL CENTRE NEW DELHI CORDIALLY
INVITES YOU TO THE PERFORMANCE


MADE IN ILVA THE CONTEMPORARY HERMIT

INSTABILI VAGANTI

DOMENICA, 30 AGOSTO 2015 ORE 18.30
SUNDAY, 30TH AUGUST 2015, 6.30 PM

NATIONAL SCHOOL OF DRAMA, ABHIMANCH AUDITORIUM
BAHAWALPUR HOUSE 1, BHAGWANDAS ROAD

55 min.
FREE ENTRY, FIRST COME FIRST SERVED

Director: Anna Dora Dorno
Performer: Nicola Pianzola
Original songs and vocals: Anna Dora Dorno
Original music: Riccardo Nanni
Video: Nicola Pianzola

An original script based on real-life testimonies and poems from the workers at the Ilva steel plant in Taranto. MADE IN ILVA is a masterpiece of physical theatre, exploring the impact of the biggest steelworks of Europe on the environment and surrounding population. The performance is a perfect combination of extreme physical actions, sounds that become obsessive rhythms, original music, vocals and video projections. An emotional and poetic exploration of the alienation and oppression of a human body reduced to an artificial machine.
INSTABILI VAGANTI

Founded in 2004 in Bologna by Anna Dora Dorno and Nicola Pianzola, the company has carried on a daily work of research on the actor’s craft and of experimentation of the contemporary languages. INSTABILI VAGANTI has produced performances, led workshops and special international training programmes and directed performing arts projects in different countries. The group has been working and collaborating with international teams of performers, musicians, video makers and visual artists. In the physical theatre of INSTABILI VAGANTI, the performer embodies the evoking ability of the poetic act and affirms its physical and emotional presence interacting with live music, visual art and new media. The aim is to update the tradition reworking its elements with the contemporary languages of the Performing Arts in order to find new ways of expression. A total theatre in which the performer’s body and voice skills are the main channel to express feelings, emotions and truths.
MADE IN ILVA WORLD TOUR 2015
INDIA

27-30 August Workshop NSD - New Delhi
30 August MADE IN ILVA NSD - New Delhi
31 August Lecture Shiv Nadar University - Noida
11 September MADE IN ILVA ICCR - Kolkata
15 September MADE IN ILVA Jagriti Auditorium – Bangalore
19 September MADE IN ILVA Adi Shakti – Pondicherry
IN COLLABORATION WITH
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Indian basketball teams set to participate in Beijing leg of the 3x3 FIBA World Tour
New Delhi/Bengaluru (14 August 2015): Two teams from India are set to participate in the Beijing Masters leg of the 2015 FIBA 3x3 World Tour that will be held on 15th-16th August in China. Fresh off their recent South Asian 3x3 qualifiers win in Colombo, the Indian senior men’s team, termed as team “Bangalore” and comprising Rajesh Uppar, Siddhant Shinde, Jeevanantham Pandi and Basil Philip, few out to Beijing last night.

A second team, of youngsters Kushmeet Atwal, Arshpreet Bhullar, Arshdeep Dhillon and Rajveer Singh (all from Punjab’s Ludhiana Basketball Academy), has also qualified for the event (as team “Chandigarh”) after winning a national 3x3 event organised by the National Basketball Association in India (called NBA “Jam”) in December 2014.

The Bangalore team is seeded 9th and placed in Pool A with Novisad Alwahda (UAE) and Zheng Zhou (China). The Chandigarh team is seeded 12th and placed in Pool D with Tokyo (Japan) and Wukesong (China).

About Beijing Masters

The third stage of the 2015 FIBA 3x3 World Tour will be held in Beijing China on 15-16 August 2015. The twelve best teams from the qualifiers held in the Beijing catchment area compete for two days for the pride to represent their city, a USD 10,000 cheque and a chance (for the two finalists) to qualify for the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final in Abu Dhabi on 15-16 October 2015.

The 12 teams are divided into four pools of three teams playing in a round-robin first round against their two respective pool opponents. The top-two placed teams from each pool advance to a standard knock-out round which starts at the quarter-finals stage. The two best teams qualify for the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final, which will be staged in Abu Dhabi on 15-16 October 2015. Apart from this main event, a dunk contest and a three-point shootout contest will also be held.  Read more: http://www.fiba.com/3x3wt/2015/beijing/competition-format

INDIAN TEAMS FOR THE 3x3 SABA QUALIFIERS 2015
Team Bangalore
SL NO.
NAME
POSITION*
JERSEY NO.
DATE OF BIRTH
PLACE OF BIRTH
1.
Basil Philip
SG/SF
12
10/01/1991
Sulthanbathery, Kerala
2.
Rajesh Uppar
PG
4
20/01/1991
Dharwad, Karnataka
3.
Siddhant Shinde
PG/SG
9
15/06/1991
Pune, Maharashtra
4.
Jeevanantham Pandi
PF/C
10
13/10/1994
Virudhunagar, Tamil Nadu
*C= Centre, PF= Power Forward, SF= Small Forward, SG= Shooting Guard, PG= Point Guard
Team Chandigarh
SL NO.
NAME
DATE OF BIRTH
1.
Kushmeet Atwal
24/04/1995
2.
Arshpreet Bhullar
01/10/1996
3.
Arshdeep Dhillon
02/12/1995
4.
Rajveer Singh
24/10/1995

Schedule for India’s league games

15th August

17:10 local time (14:40 IST): Chandigarh vs Tokyo (Pool D)
17:30 local time (15:00 IST): Bangalore vs Zheng Zhou (Pool A)
19:00 local time (16:30 IST): Bangalore vs Novisad Alwahda (Pool A)
20:30 local time (18:00 IST): Chandigarh vs Wukesong (Pool D)

About the FIBA 3x3 World Tour

The FIBA 3x3 World Tour is the pinnacle event of an ';open'; network of FIBA-endorsed 3x3 tournaments. Any group of four players - regardless of their nationality and representing a city - can qualify for the FIBA 3x3 World Tour by taking part in a lower level/regional tournament, eventually making their way to the world stage.
The FIBA 3x3 World Tour was first launched in 2012. The former winners are San Juan (PUR, 2012), Brezovica (SLO, 2013) and Novi Sad (SRB, 2014).
It consists of six Masters tournaments, before culminating with the FIBA 3x3 World Tour Final. The schedule of the 2015 edition is the following:
·         Manila Masters, Philippines - 1-2 August
·         Prague Masters, Czech Republic - 8-9 August
·         Beijing Masters, China - 15-16 August
·         Lausanne Masters, Switzerland - 28-29 August
·         Mexico DF Masters, Mexico - 9-10 September
·         Rio de Janeiro Masters, Brazil - 26-27 September
·         3x3 World Tour Final, Abu Dhabi, UAE -15-16 October
The FIBA 3x3 World Tour events are true urban culture festivals, organised in the heart of the cities against the most iconic landmarks and feature non-stop music and MCs calling the games, professional dunkers, breakdancers and other street artists. They are in line with FIBA';s "3x3 for everyone philosophy" as spectators and passers-by are invited to participate in 3x3 games and activities.

About 3x3 Basketball- Basic Rules

·         Four members per team. Three active players on court at all times, with one rolling substitute.
·         Played using only one half of a traditional basketball court.
·         Scoring:
o   Traditional three point shots from behind the arc will be awarded 2 points
o   Every shot inside the arc is awarded 1 point.
o   Every successful freethrow is awarded 1 point.
·         Match duration: 10 minutes (with stoppages for dead ball situations and freethrows)
·         The team which scores 21 points or more within the match duration, wins the game. If neither team is able to reach 21 points, then the team with the higher points after the conclusion of 10 minutes is declared the winner.
·         If the scores are tied, then an extra period of time is played. Here the first team to score 2 points in overtime wins the game.
·         Each offensive possession will be for 12 seconds only.
·         Following each successful field goal or made free throw, a player from the non-scoring team will resume the game by dribbling or passing the ball from inside the court directly underneath the basket (not from behind the end line) to a place on the court behind the arc.
·         If the defensive team steals or blocks the ball, it must return the ball behind the arc (by passing or dribbling).
Dilli Haats adorned as Teej Festival Arrives
Delhi Tourism’s journey has always been about promoting culture and traditions not only prevalent in Delhi but India as a whole. The three Dilli Haats are a perfect example of the same as Delhi Tourism is back with the annual Teej Festival that has a lot in store for the visitors.

A festival of feasts and celebrations, Teej marks the welcome of the monsoon season during the month of ‘Shravan’ or ‘Saawan.’  The festival is primarily dedicated to Goddess Parvati and her union with Lord Shiva. Hence, it is also said to be an auspicious occasion for married women to be blessed with marital bliss. It is widely celebrated by women in North India especially in Rajasthan.

One of the highlighting features of the Teej Festival is the coming together of women enjoying theTeej Jhula, a swing hung from trees in villages and towns. The celebrations are accompanied by dancing, singing folk songs, dressing up in colourful outfits, ceremonial art of applying Mehendi and sharing festive delicacies.

The Teej Festival will be celebrated with abundant rapture and joy with an array of events lined up to mark this uplifting occasion at all the three locations. All the Dilli Haats will be showcasing Lifestyle Exhibition stalls as a part of Teej Bazaar offering Teej special rakhis, gift packs, ornamental bindis, bangles and jewellery. Special Mehendi stalls put up at all the three Dilli Haats will offer hennaapplication with exclusive designs. Dilli Haat Janakpuri would be hosting competitions of making bindi, rangoli and mehendi art with an added attraction of the Teej Jhula and camel rides for kids.

This Teej Festival at Dilli Haats would be an utter shopping delight for the ladies with its handicraft and handloom stalls offering exclusive Lehariya from Jaipur. Food stalls from Rajasthan would offer a galore of festive delicacies like dal baati choormaghevarraj kachaudi and more. 

Embracing myriad colours, all the Dilli Haats would be adorned with a vibrant ambience of traditional swings for women to lift the spirits of one and all.

The evenings would be lightened up with cultural programmes specially hosted by Rajasthan Tourism showcasing the charm of the state’s folk dance and music.

Come and experience the extravaganza of Teej Festival across all the Dilli Haats.

·       Dilli Haat, INA:           16th – 17th August,     10:30 am – 10:00 pm
·       Dilli Haat, Pitampura:  14th – 16th August,     11:00 am – 9:30 pm
·       Dilli Haat, Janakpuri:  15th – 18th August,      11:00 am – 10:00 pm

Sudhir Sobti
Chief Manager (PR & Publicity)
Mob.: 98104-22633

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