MUSIC & ART Performance & Exhibition
Lorraine Music Academy presents a “MUSIC & ART Performance & Exhibition”
(Admission Free. No Passes required. Seats available on first come first served basis. Please come early.)
The evening will include:
- Performances by LORRAINE FIONA ALOYSIUS (Musician based in India: Piano / Vocal) & CHANCHAL BANGA (Artist based in Israel: Paint / Print)
- Exhibition of Sketches & Paintings by Chanchal Banga, Aubrey Aloysius, Children & Parents of the Academy completed during the “Music & Art Workshop” conducted on 10 & 11 Sep in aid of LAMP
- Award of Certficates to Participants
The workshops held earlier last weekend alongwith this Music & Art evening form a part of the Music & Art Festival planned in aid of LAMP – a Trust – aimed at raising resources to set up a World Cultural Centre in Gurgaon, National Capital Region, to promote the Arts.
Our Chief Guest: Mr. Yahel Vilan, Minister & Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Israel, New Delhi
We would like to take this opportunity to acknowledge the support of the EMBASSY OF ISRAEL.
Our CSR Partner:
(Trust registered under the Indian Trust Act, 1882
Gurgaon, Haryana | Regn. No. 19238 | 2010-11)
Please support our projects & series of events, concerts, recitals, performances, workshops…. aimed at raising resources to set up the “LAMP World Cultural Centre” in Gurgaon – National Capital Region of India – to promote the Arts – Performing Art, Visual Art, Literary Art.
LAMP also endeavours to make resources available to the poor towards skill & talent development, training & basic education in the under-served communities across India through its network of institutional partners.
About Chanchal Banga
CHANCHAL BANGA was born and raised in the industrial city of Jamshedpur, (State of Jharkhand), India. At a young age he recognized that life imposes categories and boundaries upon people. In his early paintings, he experimented with ideas and techniques in search of new ways for free and creative expression.
Chanchal studied at Maharaja Sayajirao University (M.S.U.), Baroda and earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting and a Master of Fine Arts in printmaking. University studies helped Chanchal develop the aesthetic and conceptual aspects of his work. He owes this to the multi-cultural student body and his professors who encouraged self-expression, allowing an open and vibrant learning environment to flourish. He interacted critically with the work of modern Indian artists like Nilima and Gulam Shaikh, Jyoti Bhatt, and many European artists. Chanchal drew influences from these artists and honed his technical skills based upon their techniques.
In June of 2000 Chanchal travelled to Israel where he volunteered for nine months in a kibbutz while pursuing his artwork. He became involved with local art groups and participated in a number of cultural activities and projects. He worked on the famous Peace Project (sponsored by Kibbutz Baraam) with a number of artists to execute large paintings inspired by the history of the Israeli-Arab conflict and the ongoing search for peace.
In 2001, Chanchal received a scholarship from the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Israel to study a post-graduate printmaking program at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem.
Chanchal works in his studio at Tel Aviv, Israel. He also has a home and a studio in Jerusalem where he lives with his wife Sigal and daughters Aditi and Rani.