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  1. The story of Rama | Talks & Lectures Lunchtime talk: The story of Rama
    Jun 4 12:45pm Melanie Eastburn, Curator, Asian Art, and Dr Chaitanya Sambrani, Senior Lecturer, School of Art, Australian National University, introduce the new exhibition of Indian miniatures from the National Museum, New Delhi.
    Venue: Orde Poynton Gallery
    Price : Free
  2. The story of Rama | Screenings Sita sings the blues
    Jun 14 12:30pm (DVD, 2008, unrated, 81 min) Three hilarious shadow puppets narrate both the ancient tragedy and the modern comedy in this beautifully animated interpretation of the Indian epic Ramayana. Introduced by Dr McComas Taylor, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific.
    Venue: James O Fairfax Theatre
    Price : Free
  3. The story of Rama | Kids & family Stories from the Ramayana
    Jul 12 11:30am – 12:00pm (all ages, children to be accompanied) Join Kiran Shah, storyteller, as she brings the Ramayana paintings to life with stories of Ram and Sita from the great Indian Hindu epic. Exhibition info
    Venue: Orde Poynton Gallery or Small Theatre
    Price : $5 booking fee
  4. The story of Rama | Kids & family Stories from the Ramayana
    Jul 12 2:00pm – 2:30pm (all ages, children to be accompanied) AUSLAN sign-interpreted Join Kiran Shah, storyteller, as she brings the Ramayana paintings to life with stories of Ram and Sita from the great Indian Hindu epic. Exhibition info
    Venue: Orde Poynton Gallery or Small Theatre
    Price : $5 booking fee
  5. The story of Rama | Members Coffee with the curator
    Jul 14 10:15am Join Melanie Eastburn, Curator Asian Art, for a guided tour of The story of Rama Indian miniatures from the National Museum, New Delhi followed by coffee and cake in the Members Lounge.
    Venue: meet at information desk
    Price : $20 members, $30 guests
  6. The story of Rama | Talks & Lectures Lunchtime talk: Indian paintings
    Jul 30 12:45pm Bronwyn Campbell, Asian art, speaks about the diversity of Indian painting styles and conservator Andrea Wise discusses their materials and conservation.
    Venue: Orde Poynton Gallery
    Price : Free