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May 2021

Virtual Nritya Black Country (1960-2000) Exhibition Launched.

Jaivant Patel Dance launches in Partnership with Wolverhampton Art Gallery and University of Wolverhampton, a virtual 3D tour of Nritya Black Country.

Click below to visit the online exhibition:

https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=cueochSPvMr

 

'Virtual: Nritya Black Country' is part of Jaivant Patel Dance's programme marking the company's 15th Anniversary in 2021.

The Nritya Black Country exhibition was open to the public at Wolverhampton Art Gallery from 19th September to 20th December 2021.

September 2020

Nritya Black Country Documentary released for public viewing.

Connecting People Through the Global Culture and Heritage of Indian Dance: This documentary is part of an exhibition curated by Jaivant Patel Dance that shares stories, memories, photographs, films and objects collected from some of the pioneer dancers, teachers, choreographers and members of the local community. The items gathered allow visitors to discover the interwoven threads, connecting place, people and cultural heritage - and look to the future with contemporary artists reinventing Indian dance.

Please refer the the 'Documentary' page on this this website to view or alternatively click in the link below:

https://youtu.be/OoSLDht8ynw

September 2020

Nritya Black Country is now open to the public showing from 19th September to 20th December 2020 at Wolverhampton Art Gallery. Please click on the link below for further information:

https://www.wolverhampton.gov.uk/news/gallery-showcasing-story-indian-dance-black-country

January 2019

Nritya Black Country will be launched on Thursday 1st February (6-8pm) at Wolverhampton Art Gallery as part of Wolverhampton Literature Festival.

This is a free event but all attendees must register via the following eventbrite link: 

 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nritya-collecting-the-story-of-indian-dance-in-the-black-country-1960-2000-tickets-53908473696?aff=ebdssbdestsearch