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The Story Room

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Sun, 19 Feb 5:00PM
Dialogues Cafe , south bangalore
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"If you want your children to be smart, tell them stories. If you want them to be really smart, tell them more stories. If you want you children to be brilliant, tell them even more stories"    - Albert Einstein

Dialogues Cafe brings a very special storytelling workshop for your children. We present 'The Story Room' by Vitika Rastogi.

The Story Room is an interactive learning experience for young energetic minds. 

Bring your child to this great learning experience through stories.

Age group: 3 to 6 years

Facilitator: Ms Vitika Rastogi who is MBA in Finance is also a trained Storyteller from Kathalaya. Her love and passion for storytelling helps her to take children on a beautiful journey of imagination.

Come and be a part of one such journey!

Registration: Rs 300 (includes a child & a parent). You can pay at the Venue.

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Dialogues Cafe 41, 100 Feet Rd, Koramangala 4th Block, Koramangala, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560095
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Nivedita Roy
Wed, 09 Feb
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Wed, 13 Dec
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Mosaic is a classic art form that can be created by gluing coloured pieces of glass, tiles, broken crockery et al together.

This workshop will help you learn to creating a pattern with pieces of glass, grouting, using various tools.

You will take away a self created Mosaic artwork and templates of more designs.

Friday 12th Jan

11.00am- 2.00pm

Dialogues Kormangala

1650/- per head (All materials, snacks and beverage inclusive)

Contact 9916781744 for further details.
Mosaic is a classic art form that can be created by gluing coloured pieces of glass, tiles, broken crockery et al together.

This workshop will help you learn to creating a pattern with pieces of glass, grouting, using various tools.

You will take away a self created Mosaic artwork and templates of more designs.

Friday 12th Jan

11.00am- 2.00pm

Dialogues Kormangala

1650/- per head (All materials, snacks and beverage inclusive)

Contact 9916781744 for further details.
Dialogues
Mon, 11 Dec
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Dialogues presents "Get High On Life.

One more year has bitten the dust and in its place a brand new one is about to surface.

The excitement of the year to be is already in the air, no matter how many new years have passed us by.

Come over and spend new year's eve with the Dialogues family this year. Bring along your friends and family and let's all flip that new page on the calendar together.

While we wait for the year to unfold have fun making new friends, feel like Michael Angelo while you craft your own piece of art, wiggle your toes to the peppy music in the background and laugh silly tears with friends old and friends new.

Our doors are open to your friends, family and neighbors at Dialogues cafe, JP Nagar on 31st December, 7.30 PM onwards.

Join us for a non-alcoholic party and drown yourself in games, music, food and just the perfect ambience.

When the clock turns 12 and the calendar changes, you will also get to write your wishes on a sky lantern and see them fly in the air.

Let's welcome 2018 amidst laughter and cheer.

So here's a shout out to parents and grands and babies and uncles and aunts! We have you all covered. Put on your fun shoes and head to Dialogues.

We promise to make it matter for you.
Dialogues presents "Get High On Life.

One more year has bitten the dust and in its place a brand new one is about to surface.

The excitement of the year to be is already in the air, no matter how many new years have passed us by.

Come over and spend new year's eve with the Dialogues family this year. Bring along your friends and family and let's all flip that new page on the calendar together.

While we wait for the year to unfold have fun making new friends, feel like Michael Angelo while you craft your own piece of art, wiggle your toes to the peppy music in the background and laugh silly tears with friends old and friends new.

Our doors are open to your friends, family and neighbors at Dialogues cafe, JP Nagar on 31st December, 7.30 PM onwards.

Join us for a non-alcoholic party and drown yourself in games, music, food and just the perfect ambience.

When the clock turns 12 and the calendar changes, you will also get to write your wishes on a sky lantern and see them fly in the air.

Let's welcome 2018 amidst laughter and cheer.

So here's a shout out to parents and grands and babies and uncles and aunts! We have you all covered. Put on your fun shoes and head to Dialogues.

We promise to make it matter for you.
Dialogues
Mon, 11 Dec
Dialogues
Dialogues presents "Get High On Life.

One more year has bitten the dust and in its place a brand new one is about to surface.

The excitement of the year to be is already in the air, no matter how many new years have passed us by.

Come over and spend new year's eve with the Dialogues family this year. Bring along your friends and family and let's all flip that new page on the calendar together.

While we wait for the year to unfold have fun making new friends, feel like Michael Angelo while you craft your own piece of art, wiggle your toes to the peppy music in the background and laugh silly tears with friends old and friends new.

Our doors are open to your friends, family and neighbours at Dialogues cafe, Koramangala on 31st December, 7.30 PM onwards.

Join us for a non-alcoholic party and drown yourself in games, music, food and just the perfect ambience.

When the clock turns 12 and the calendar changes, you will also get to write your wishes on a sky lantern and see them fly in the air.

Let's welcome 2018 amidst laughter and cheer.

So here's a shout out to parents and grands and babies and uncles and aunts! We have you all covered. Put on your fun shoes and head to Dialogues.

We promise to make it matter for you.
Dialogues presents "Get High On Life.

One more year has bitten the dust and in its place a brand new one is about to surface.

The excitement of the year to be is already in the air, no matter how many new years have passed us by.

Come over and spend new year's eve with the Dialogues family this year. Bring along your friends and family and let's all flip that new page on the calendar together.

While we wait for the year to unfold have fun making new friends, feel like Michael Angelo while you craft your own piece of art, wiggle your toes to the peppy music in the background and laugh silly tears with friends old and friends new.

Our doors are open to your friends, family and neighbours at Dialogues cafe, Koramangala on 31st December, 7.30 PM onwards.

Join us for a non-alcoholic party and drown yourself in games, music, food and just the perfect ambience.

When the clock turns 12 and the calendar changes, you will also get to write your wishes on a sky lantern and see them fly in the air.

Let's welcome 2018 amidst laughter and cheer.

So here's a shout out to parents and grands and babies and uncles and aunts! We have you all covered. Put on your fun shoes and head to Dialogues.

We promise to make it matter for you.
Dialogues
Sun, 10 Dec
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Traveling- It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller"- Ibn Battutah

Dialogues invites all travelers to its exciting premises for the December episode of "Dialogues with travel" (which is held every third Saturday of the month)!

If you are not traveling outside Bangalore this third Saturday, then travel to Dialogues for this exciting event where you meet fellow travelers, share your adventurous stories, listen to tales about untrodden places and ultimately celebrate wanderlust!!

It will be a 3 hour informal and engaging event where we divide time amongst participants who wish to share their travel stories with the group. Story tellers are requested to bring photos/videos to assist their storytelling using multi-media facilities.

Those who do not have any stories can also participate in the event.

The theme of this month: Stories From 2017

Charges: INR 150 for regular customer, INR 100 for students . It includes one drink complimentary at Dialogues Cafe.

Our hosts for this event are a very cool travel group named MuddieTrails(https://www.meetup.com/MuddieTrails/). They have an expertise in hosting such cool travel events and are quite famous amongst the travelers of Bangalore.
Traveling- It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller"- Ibn Battutah

Dialogues invites all travelers to its exciting premises for the December episode of "Dialogues with travel" (which is held every third Saturday of the month)!

If you are not traveling outside Bangalore this third Saturday, then travel to Dialogues for this exciting event where you meet fellow travelers, share your adventurous stories, listen to tales about untrodden places and ultimately celebrate wanderlust!!

It will be a 3 hour informal and engaging event where we divide time amongst participants who wish to share their travel stories with the group. Story tellers are requested to bring photos/videos to assist their storytelling using multi-media facilities.

Those who do not have any stories can also participate in the event.

The theme of this month: Stories From 2017

Charges: INR 150 for regular customer, INR 100 for students . It includes one drink complimentary at Dialogues Cafe.

Our hosts for this event are a very cool travel group named MuddieTrails(https://www.meetup.com/MuddieTrails/). They have an expertise in hosting such cool travel events and are quite famous amongst the travelers of Bangalore.
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Fri, 08 Dec
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Dialogues updated their cover photo.
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Fri, 08 Dec
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Dialogues with Fun presents "Break Out Comedy" an evening of unprecedented comedy. In this edition of stand up comedy, we present to you Three of the finest stand-up comedians in the country: Shrirupa Sengupta, Vikram Poddar and Rajesh Hinduja..

Shrirupa Sengupta is a Stand Up Comedienne, Improv Artiste, Concept Comedy Show Creator, Communications Specialist and Determined Beetroot Hater..

Vikram Poddar is an Investment Banker turned Corporate Comedian. He is an MBA from FMS, Delhi University (This was added to impress you)

His 1 hr special is most likely to be named "Vikram Poddar : A problem for society". He believes extreme viewpoints on any issue are a problem because the truth is somewhere in the middle. (Especially Middle Management).

His company BoredRoom Comedy is India's first Corporate Comedy Consultancy. Some people think Management Consultants are the same. I guess the truth is somewhere in the middle.

Vikram's career high point was asking Pete Lau, the founder of OnePlus, "Bro, do you have a OnePLus2 Invite?" His God is Scott Adams and he believes he is here to deliver us from the devils (in procurement and finance)

Rajesh Hinduja is the oldest comedian in the country and discovered his talent for comedy rather late in life. Apparently the talent was hidden so deep down it took a while to emerge !! Two things that confuse him till today are technology and women and when he has to deal with a combination of both the result can be seriously funny .

18+ only

16th Dec | Saturday

8pm onwards

INR 500 | Complimentary F&B
Dialogues with Fun presents "Break Out Comedy" an evening of unprecedented comedy. In this edition of stand up comedy, we present to you Three of the finest stand-up comedians in the country: @[704367328:2048:Shrirupa Sengupta], @[597925803:2048:Vikram Poddar] and @[100000834400213:2048:Rajesh Hinduja]..

Shrirupa Sengupta is a Stand Up Comedienne, Improv Artiste, Concept Comedy Show Creator, Communications Specialist and Determined Beetroot Hater..

Vikram Poddar is an Investment Banker turned Corporate Comedian. He is an MBA from FMS, Delhi University (This was added to impress you)

His 1 hr special is most likely to be named "Vikram Poddar : A problem for society". He believes extreme viewpoints on any issue are a problem because the truth is somewhere in the middle. (Especially Middle Management).

His company BoredRoom Comedy is India's first Corporate Comedy Consultancy. Some people think Management Consultants are the same. I guess the truth is somewhere in the middle.

Vikram's career high point was asking Pete Lau, the founder of OnePlus, "Bro, do you have a OnePLus2 Invite?" His God is Scott Adams and he believes he is here to deliver us from the devils (in procurement and finance)

Rajesh Hinduja is the oldest comedian in the country and discovered his talent for comedy rather late in life. Apparently the talent was hidden so deep down it took a while to emerge !! Two things that confuse him till today are technology and women and when he has to deal with a combination of both the result can be seriously funny .

18+ only

16th Dec | Saturday

8pm onwards

INR 500 | Complimentary F&B
Dialogues
Fri, 08 Dec
Dialogues
Dialogues updated their cover photo.
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Wed, 06 Dec
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Being away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Dialogues ensures zen, helping make mindful actions resulting in high productivity.
Dream like a bohemian, work like a boss is the mantra at Dialogues, a creative and collaborative space. The value of Dialogues in an age
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Tue, 05 Dec
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Experience the healing and centering power of the ancient practice of sacred geometry along with Color Therapy.

Creating a Yantra is a great way to immerse yourself in this ancient spiritual practice. This peaceful process allows you to meditate while creating, and gives you, and your friends beautiful paintings to adorn your home, altar or work space.

Ganesha Yantra, Durga Yantra, Kali Yantra , Mrutunjay Yantra, Create your own Yantra Every space, every color, every line, every proportion has a meaning, an effect. It is a Yantra in physical form. Find clarity of mind and inner peace, and connect with your creativity. First we draw the yantra, then paint it, journeying from the outer edges to the center. It becomes a guide for meditation.

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How do you benefit?

Each Yantra has a healing quality that is imparted through its creation and meditation process. This begins to work your inner channels and slowly manifests as concrete changes in your outer life.

The drawing and coloring respectively balance the two hemispheres in the brain, this is good for cultivating both good logical and mathematical minds and developing your intuitive, creative self.

Great healing happens through this process where the two sides of the brain now work together, from learning disorders to strokes, to increased peace of mind, we have seen miraculous progress.

A devotional, heart-oriented space opens up for the participant as the Yantra and Mantra combine and the creative practice starts to consume you throughout the day. The paintings themselves are beautiful.

Fees : INR 1250 /-

Fee includes materials.

You are welcome to bring a sharp pencil, metric ruler and compass.

No artistic experience necessary

About the Trainer

Rome : Teaching Yantra Art to International and Local Clients in Goa, herself she has greatly benefited from this art to overcome her after accident neurological complications. Since 2010 she went intensive in this Sacred Vedic Art, studied more than 200 Vedic Yantra in Various parts of India.
Experience the healing and centering power of the ancient practice of sacred geometry along with Color Therapy.

Creating a Yantra is a great way to immerse yourself in this ancient spiritual practice. This peaceful process allows you to meditate while creating, and gives you, and your friends beautiful paintings to adorn your home, altar or work space.

Ganesha Yantra, Durga Yantra, Kali Yantra , Mrutunjay Yantra, Create your own Yantra Every space, every color, every line, every proportion has a meaning, an effect. It is a Yantra in physical form. Find clarity of mind and inner peace, and connect with your creativity. First we draw the yantra, then paint it, journeying from the outer edges to the center. It becomes a guide for meditation.

.

How do you benefit?

Each Yantra has a healing quality that is imparted through its creation and meditation process. This begins to work your inner channels and slowly manifests as concrete changes in your outer life.

The drawing and coloring respectively balance the two hemispheres in the brain, this is good for cultivating both good logical and mathematical minds and developing your intuitive, creative self.

Great healing happens through this process where the two sides of the brain now work together, from learning disorders to strokes, to increased peace of mind, we have seen miraculous progress.

A devotional, heart-oriented space opens up for the participant as the Yantra and Mantra combine and the creative practice starts to consume you throughout the day. The paintings themselves are beautiful.

Fees : INR 1250 /-

Fee includes materials.

You are welcome to bring a sharp pencil, metric ruler and compass.

No artistic experience necessary

About the Trainer

Rome : Teaching Yantra Art to International and Local Clients in Goa, herself she has greatly benefited from this art to overcome her after accident neurological complications. Since 2010 she went intensive in this Sacred Vedic Art, studied more than 200 Vedic Yantra in Various parts of India.
Dialogues
Tue, 05 Dec
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Enter the world of Sacred Geometry and Veda

The strands of our DNA, the cornea of our eye, snow flakes, pine cones, flower petals, diamond crystals, the branching of trees, a nautilus shell, the star we spin around, the galaxy we spiral within, the air we breathe, and all life forms as we know them emerge out of timeless geometric codes.

Yantras are sacred geometric forms which serve as instruments for our spiritual upliftment. The Sri Yantra is the oldest Yantra known and is the form of Devi Herself. Based on the Sacred Geometry and teachings from Parshurama kalpa Sutra you will learn about the deep symbolism and benefits of Sri Yantras.

Course is designed specifically to help each person to understand why they are drawn to work with geometric images. Workshops is very carefully planned to allow each person to see the effect of geometry for themselves. Geometry is easy and fun - the basic mathematical principles of sacred geometry are not complex. Why and how does geometry apply to our living and lives ?

This course is designed specifically to learn how to create the Sri Yantra a complicated geometric structure which is possible to draw with ease when you know how! The nine interlocking triangles are recognized as the building blocks of the universe.

How do you benefit?

The PINEAL gland and the Sri Yantra:

Staring at the central dot or bindu of the Sri Yantra is known and proven to create changes within the brain and the stimulation of the Pineal gland by focussing our attention on the 3rd eye area. The Pineal gland is a small endocrine gland in the brain. It produces melatonin, a serotonin derived hormone, which affects the modulation of sleep patterns in both seasonal and circadian rhythms. Its shape resembles a tiny pine cone (hence its name), and it is located in the epithalamus, near the center of the brain, between the two hemispheres, tucked in a groove where the two halves of the thalamus join. Ren Descartes believed the pineal gland to be the principal seat of the soul and viewed it as the third eye.

I have seen great healing happen through this process where the two sides of the brain now work together, from learning disorders to strokes, to increased peace of mind, we have seen miraculous progress.

Studying the Sri Yantra (also known as the supreme Yantra). Generally, they will not give the full spoken explanation of what the Sri Yantra is, the magic of the geometries used, or the meaning of the mantras chanted. I want to make it simple. 9 interlocking triangle of Sri Yantra and, importance of every triangle in detailed will be explained.

After this knowledge one can proceed with Sri Yantra Tarpana, Homa and Sadhana etc. with proper knowledge.

Wishing you all the best in the search of sacred.
Enter the world of Sacred Geometry and Veda

The strands of our DNA, the cornea of our eye, snow flakes, pine cones, flower petals, diamond crystals, the branching of trees, a nautilus shell, the star we spin around, the galaxy we spiral within, the air we breathe, and all life forms as we know them emerge out of timeless geometric codes.

Yantras are sacred geometric forms which serve as instruments for our spiritual upliftment. The Sri Yantra is the oldest Yantra known and is the form of Devi Herself. Based on the Sacred Geometry and teachings from Parshurama kalpa Sutra you will learn about the deep symbolism and benefits of Sri Yantras.

Course is designed specifically to help each person to understand why they are drawn to work with geometric images. Workshops is very carefully planned to allow each person to see the effect of geometry for themselves. Geometry is easy and fun - the basic mathematical principles of sacred geometry are not complex. Why and how does geometry apply to our living and lives ?

This course is designed specifically to learn how to create the Sri Yantra a complicated geometric structure which is possible to draw with ease when you know how! The nine interlocking triangles are recognized as the building blocks of the universe.

How do you benefit?

The PINEAL gland and the Sri Yantra:

Staring at the central dot or bindu of the Sri Yantra is known and proven to create changes within the brain and the stimulation of the Pineal gland by focussing our attention on the 3rd eye area. The Pineal gland is a small endocrine gland in the brain. It produces melatonin, a serotonin derived hormone, which affects the modulation of sleep patterns in both seasonal and circadian rhythms. Its shape resembles a tiny pine cone (hence its name), and it is located in the epithalamus, near the center of the brain, between the two hemispheres, tucked in a groove where the two halves of the thalamus join. Ren Descartes believed the pineal gland to be the principal seat of the soul and viewed it as the third eye.

I have seen great healing happen through this process where the two sides of the brain now work together, from learning disorders to strokes, to increased peace of mind, we have seen miraculous progress.

Studying the Sri Yantra (also known as the supreme Yantra). Generally, they will not give the full spoken explanation of what the Sri Yantra is, the magic of the geometries used, or the meaning of the mantras chanted. I want to make it simple. 9 interlocking triangle of Sri Yantra and, importance of every triangle in detailed will be explained.

After this knowledge one can proceed with Sri Yantra Tarpana, Homa and Sadhana etc. with proper knowledge.

Wishing you all the best in the search of sacred.
Dialogues
Tue, 05 Dec
Dialogues
Come n join us for the Christmas Party, hosted by Story Room !!!! Yes, a party with lots of games, music and ofcourse stories!!!

Party Venue : Dialogues, Kormangala

Pary Time : 4.00pm

Party Dress Code: Red & White

Ages : 3+ Years

( P.S. Do come on time and help us decorate the Christmas Tree)
Come n join us for the Christmas Party, hosted by Story Room !!!! Yes, a party with lots of games, music and ofcourse stories!!!

Party Venue : Dialogues, Kormangala

Pary Time : 4.00pm

Party Dress Code: Red & White

Ages : 3+ Years

( P.S. Do come on time and help us decorate the Christmas Tree)
Dialogues
Sun, 03 Dec
Dialogues
I am an author, an entrepreneur, and a German translator but what makes me most joyful is to be acknowledged as a mother- the ultimate caregiver and one of the most dominant influences in a person's life. At the same time, recognising and identifying myself in this role has contributed my own development as well.

My career started on a quite mundane note as I began my journey as a German translator, then moved on to becoming the Head of Production in a leading translation company. After freelancing for a few years, I gave up my career in translation to follow my true passion for writing and develop as a full-time writer.

My kids inspire and imbibe in me a spirit to make the actions and choices that I make. Before their birth,I was clueless about what to do with my life. I was doing what this insipid society was telling me to do: Get married, get a 9 to 5 job, raise a family; I was playing by the rules. It was after the birth of my son and my daughter that my life completely changed. I found meaning in life, a purpose, a reason to be and give my best so that I could inspire them to "live". They became my strength, my purpose of being and in turn, I sought to give the best of myself to them.

Currently I enjoy sharing stories of people through my own venture, titled Interviewing India. With Interviewing India, I set out with a very simple yet powerful thought, Are we really as ordinary as we are made to believe? Through this venture, I interview people from all walks of life on a myriad of topics that ranges from friendship, sports, online shopping, sex, marriage and education. By engaging in these topics of discussion, I seek to help people in voicing their opinions as well as in sharing different ideas.

(Poorva Dinesh is the Founder and Editor of Interviewing India where she enjoys telling real stories by interviewing people. She is excited about her new partnership with Dialogues where she plans to conduct a monthly meetup at the stimulating premises.)
Dialogues
Fri, 01 Dec
Dialogues
Mr.Muffin Art Studio - Learn the Beautiful Art of Decoupage by Nargis Khan - Christmas Themed Decoupage Bottles

Festive Season is here and so are we, upcycle bottles with Christmas Theme. Decorate your house,gift to a friend or use as a vase ,there is lot you can do with your creation.

Decoupage is a wonderful way to add character and new life to anything. Old furniture, shoe boxes, a plain glass vase, even jewelry can be decoupaged.

It is a fantastic way to use household materials and scraps of paper, along with a little glue, to make something beautiful.

This Class is a good start for beginners and creative experience for Decoupage artists too.

Product : Christmas Themed Decoupage Bottle Art

Details : In this intensive workshop of 3 hrs, you will learn Decoupage technique to create and upcycle beautiful art pieces.

All materials will be provided to you and you will take back your finished product home .

Materials include a Bottle, Decoupage Napkin, Primer,ModPodge Paint, Varnish,Ribbons and Brushes.

You need to bring your own bowl ,plate and cloth rag for the painting process.Please carry a bag to carry back your product home.

Let's Create Something Beautiful !!

About Nargis :

A Decoupage Artist by passion and Engineer by profession.

Love to network with people having similar interest.

Check out the Mr.Muffin Art Studio Page and You Tube Channel for more.

Mr.Muffin Art Studio Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/MuffinTheArtist

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdRHb8ewxLwEpFslRa5-wSg
Mr.Muffin Art Studio - Learn the Beautiful Art of Decoupage by Nargis Khan - Christmas Themed Decoupage Bottles

Festive Season is here and so are we, upcycle bottles with Christmas Theme. Decorate your house,gift to a friend or use as a vase ,there is lot you can do with your creation.

Decoupage is a wonderful way to add character and new life to anything. Old furniture, shoe boxes, a plain glass vase, even jewelry can be decoupaged.

It is a fantastic way to use household materials and scraps of paper, along with a little glue, to make something beautiful.

This Class is a good start for beginners and creative experience for Decoupage artists too.

Product : Christmas Themed Decoupage Bottle Art

Details : In this intensive workshop of 3 hrs, you will learn Decoupage technique to create and upcycle beautiful art pieces.

All materials will be provided to you and you will take back your finished product home .

Materials include a Bottle, Decoupage Napkin, Primer,ModPodge Paint, Varnish,Ribbons and Brushes.

You need to bring your own bowl ,plate and cloth rag for the painting process.Please carry a bag to carry back your product home.

Let's Create Something Beautiful !!

About Nargis :

A Decoupage Artist by passion and Engineer by profession.

Love to network with people having similar interest.

Check out the Mr.Muffin Art Studio Page and You Tube Channel for more.

Mr.Muffin Art Studio Facebook Link : https://www.facebook.com/MuffinTheArtist

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdRHb8ewxLwEpFslRa5-wSg
Dialogues
Thu, 30 Nov
Dialogues
Join us in welcoming our new intern Anna Maria Joseph at Dialogues:

Anna is a second year student at Christ University studying Communication, English and Psychology. Anna loves watching old films, showering, making art and having "dialogues" with people.

Excerpts from our dialogues with her:

About you: Art enthusiast who oscillates between being too calculated and happy-go-lucky.

Hobbies: Watching old films, showering, making art and conversing with people.

Your idea of perfect happiness: The beach.

A personality you admire (like to have dialogues with): Lana del Rey- a true visionary.

What's your motto in life: Life is party if you smarty!

Your thoughts on Dialogues: A creative space which comfortably provokes and provides opportunity for engagement.

One quality you admire most in a person: Patience

Your idea of a perfect vacation: Ruminating on and participating in the culture of different places.
Dialogues
Wed, 29 Nov
Dialogues
A tassel is a finishing feature in fabric and clothing decoration. It is a universal ornament that is seen in varying versions in many cultures around the globe.

It is an ornament consisting commonly of a bunch of threads, small cords, or other strands hanging from a roundish knob or head, used on clothing, in jewellery, on curtains, etc.

In this workshop, you will learn how to make 2 variations of simple colourful tassels. Further, you will learn how to give a new & unique look to your old/ new jewellery using beautiful tassels.

You can pick any fashion earring, layered chain or charm bracelet from a wide range of accessories available, choose your tassel colours and start off.

(P.s.In case you want to give a new look to your old jewellery with tassels, your most welcome. You will still take home the new jewellery we have in store for the workshop )

Best of all, you will take home a beautiful tasseled fashion jewellery (a layered chain/ a pair of earrings/ charm bracelet/ earcuff) and a lot of tips to do tassel dream catchers, jewellery, kerchiefs, dresses, etc.

Date: 23 December, Saturday

Time: 03:00pm - 4:30pm

Fees: 650/-

Register: Dialogues, Koramangala

Please confirm participation by paying in advance.

For queries, you could contact on 9844814482.
A tassel is a finishing feature in fabric and clothing decoration. It is a universal ornament that is seen in varying versions in many cultures around the globe.

It is an ornament consisting commonly of a bunch of threads, small cords, or other strands hanging from a roundish knob or head, used on clothing, in jewellery, on curtains, etc.

In this workshop, you will learn how to make 2 variations of simple colourful tassels. Further, you will learn how to give a new & unique look to your old/ new jewellery using beautiful tassels.

You can pick any fashion earring, layered chain or charm bracelet from a wide range of accessories available, choose your tassel colours and start off.

(P.s.In case you want to give a new look to your old jewellery with tassels, your most welcome. You will still take home the new jewellery we have in store for the workshop )

Best of all, you will take home a beautiful tasseled fashion jewellery (a layered chain/ a pair of earrings/ charm bracelet/ earcuff) and a lot of tips to do tassel dream catchers, jewellery, kerchiefs, dresses, etc.

Date: 23 December, Saturday

Time: 03:00pm - 4:30pm

Fees: 650/-

Register: Dialogues, Koramangala

Please confirm participation by paying in advance.

For queries, you could contact on 9844814482.
Dialogues
Wed, 29 Nov
Dialogues
You Can Laugh & Dialogues Cafe present "Improv Comedy Live", an evening of fun, laughter,

spontaneity and voluntary participation. Gear up for a Friday evening filled with wit and clean

comedy through Improvisational theatre or improv A unique form of comic art where all

performances are unscripted and created on the spot based on suggestions given by the audience.

Characters, story, actions and dialogues are all brought together spontaneously to make you laugh.

You Can Laugh is a group of young artists who are working professionals by day and improvisers by

night. The team consists of actors, bankers, techies and students. This gender diverse group has

been delivering live shows across Bangalore and making namma Bengaluru a tad bit more fun to live

in. Bringing the everyday life experiences of an average Bangalorean amongst other things, the

group presents clean comedy relatable to all age groups, ethnicity and gender.
You Can Laugh & Dialogues Cafe present "Improv Comedy Live", an evening of fun, laughter,

spontaneity and voluntary participation. Gear up for a Friday evening filled with wit and clean

comedy through Improvisational theatre or improv A unique form of comic art where all

performances are unscripted and created on the spot based on suggestions given by the audience.

Characters, story, actions and dialogues are all brought together spontaneously to make you laugh.

You Can Laugh is a group of young artists who are working professionals by day and improvisers by

night. The team consists of actors, bankers, techies and students. This gender diverse group has

been delivering live shows across Bangalore and making namma Bengaluru a tad bit more fun to live

in. Bringing the everyday life experiences of an average Bangalorean amongst other things, the

group presents clean comedy relatable to all age groups, ethnicity and gender.
Dialogues
Wed, 29 Nov
Dialogues
We all have our reasons to write. What you need alongside is a method to follow.

Join us at Dialogues Cafe on 16th December to find out how we help you get to writing your first story.

About the trainer

Asha is a certified British Council trainer in creative writing and has been conducting workshops for children and adults across Bangalore. A published writer in fiction, her collaborative novel, Literally Yours, was launched at the Jaipur Literature Festival in 2015. This is her 11th workshop in creative writing at Dialogues Caf, Koramangala.
We all have our reasons to write. What you need alongside is a method to follow.

Join us at Dialogues Cafe on 16th December to find out how we help you get to writing your first story.

About the trainer

Asha is a certified British Council trainer in creative writing and has been conducting workshops for children and adults across Bangalore. A published writer in fiction, her collaborative novel, Literally Yours, was launched at the Jaipur Literature Festival in 2015. This is her 11th workshop in creative writing at Dialogues Caf, Koramangala.
Dialogues
Tue, 28 Nov
Dialogues
you have to find that place

that brings out

the human in you.

the soul in you.

the love in you."

- r.m.drake
Dialogues
Tue, 28 Nov
Dialogues
Dialogues Cafe invites all the booklovers to its December edition of Dialogues with books. We host this delightful gathering every second Saturday of the month!

At "Dialogues with Books", the participants read and discuss their favourite book from the specified genre to some of fellow bibliophiles.

It is a 2 hour event where we divide time equally between the participants and we prefer each participant to contribute through reading a passage from their favorite book. We also allow freeflowing discussions which is moderated by our host. Those who do not wish to read can also attend the event and participate in the discussions.

The theme of the December episode is Horror Books.

Also, This event is not a platform for people to promote their own(or famiy/friends) books.

Charges for the event: INR 150 for regular customer, INR 100 for students . It includes one drink complimentary at Dialogues Cafe.

About the host, Shivankar Jay

Shivankar formerly worked as an entertainment writer, currently works as a copywriter and hopes one day to become a writer. He spent his summer vacations in a little island in Kerala called Vypin where, as he puts it, "he grew up at regular intervals." He now spends his waking hours reading books and watching films and talking about them. To his imaginary friends.
Dialogues Cafe invites all the booklovers to its December edition of Dialogues with books. We host this delightful gathering every second Saturday of the month!

At "Dialogues with Books", the participants read and discuss their favourite book from the specified genre to some of fellow bibliophiles.

It is a 2 hour event where we divide time equally between the participants and we prefer each participant to contribute through reading a passage from their favorite book. We also allow freeflowing discussions which is moderated by our host. Those who do not wish to read can also attend the event and participate in the discussions.

The theme of the December episode is Horror Books.

Also, This event is not a platform for people to promote their own(or famiy/friends) books.

Charges for the event: INR 150 for regular customer, INR 100 for students . It includes one drink complimentary at Dialogues Cafe.

About the host, @[525650472:2048:Shivankar Jay]

Shivankar formerly worked as an entertainment writer, currently works as a copywriter and hopes one day to become a writer. He spent his summer vacations in a little island in Kerala called Vypin where, as he puts it, "he grew up at regular intervals." He now spends his waking hours reading books and watching films and talking about them. To his imaginary friends.
Dialogues
Tue, 28 Nov
Dialogues
Did you know, that when you are in conversation with someone, you are in fact also in conversation with yourself?

You have thoughts, feelings, body sensations, all of which are parallelly having a dialogue with you.

Lets look at an instance that could happen in a workplace.

You and colleague having a disagreement on a point which has escalated into an argument and you are waiting for your turn to respond. Have you noticed the possible internal dialogue?

It may sound something like below:

Possible Internal thoughts to self

I dont get it, why does all my conversations with this person turn into an argument, it a pain to have a meeting with him/her. What did I do to him/her? Uff!! (or) Say something, just say something. Why arent you defending yourself? (or) I know what this is about, he is making it personal that the boss recognized my efforts, he/she is jealous

Possible Internal feelings

frustration, anger, confusion, distracted, disinterested, fear

Possible Internal body sensations

sweating, increase in body temperature, shiftiness, urge to scream or cry, urge to laugh or giggle

Do you relate to the above?!! Most of us have been in this situation or witnessed something like the above happen.The above happens because our internal dialogue with ourselves affects our communication with others. Understanding this internal talk within us could mean the difference Reacting in communication versus Connecting in communication

If your goal is to Connect in communication,

Step 1 is to Observe your communication with yourself.

WaheNadhi presents Observing Communication The first step to Mindful Communication

In this workshop, we will attempt to:

Recognize the internal dialogue that happens within ourselves.

Observe if these internal dialogues are making you react in a conversation

Understand the neuroscience behind how our internal dialogues

Build an ability to notice how we are communicating with other people

Participants may sign up for the next level of the program after completing this workshop.

On WaheNadhi

WaheNadhi or the Wondrous River creates programs that are Catalysts for organizational and personal well-being, conducted through exploration and reframing Mindsets of the people involved. Facilitation of the programs are done through an eclectic mix of neuroscience, positive psychology, and well-being interventions. Archana and Seema are counsellors who co-founded WaheNadhi and facilitate the workshops.

Find more about WaheNadhi and the facilitators on Facebook at www.fb.me/waheconnect

INR 650/person
Did you know, that when you are in conversation with someone, you are in fact also in conversation with yourself?

You have thoughts, feelings, body sensations, all of which are parallelly having a dialogue with you.

Lets look at an instance that could happen in a workplace.

You and colleague having a disagreement on a point which has escalated into an argument and you are waiting for your turn to respond. Have you noticed the possible internal dialogue?

It may sound something like below:

Possible Internal thoughts to self

I dont get it, why does all my conversations with this person turn into an argument, it a pain to have a meeting with him/her. What did I do to him/her? Uff!! (or) Say something, just say something. Why arent you defending yourself? (or) I know what this is about, he is making it personal that the boss recognized my efforts, he/she is jealous

Possible Internal feelings

frustration, anger, confusion, distracted, disinterested, fear

Possible Internal body sensations

sweating, increase in body temperature, shiftiness, urge to scream or cry, urge to laugh or giggle

Do you relate to the above?!! Most of us have been in this situation or witnessed something like the above happen.The above happens because our internal dialogue with ourselves affects our communication with others. Understanding this internal talk within us could mean the difference Reacting in communication versus Connecting in communication

If your goal is to Connect in communication,

Step 1 is to Observe your communication with yourself.

WaheNadhi presents Observing Communication The first step to Mindful Communication

In this workshop, we will attempt to:

Recognize the internal dialogue that happens within ourselves.

Observe if these internal dialogues are making you react in a conversation

Understand the neuroscience behind how our internal dialogues

Build an ability to notice how we are communicating with other people

Participants may sign up for the next level of the program after completing this workshop.

On WaheNadhi

WaheNadhi or the Wondrous River creates programs that are Catalysts for organizational and personal well-being, conducted through exploration and reframing Mindsets of the people involved. Facilitation of the programs are done through an eclectic mix of neuroscience, positive psychology, and well-being interventions. Archana and Seema are counsellors who co-founded WaheNadhi and facilitate the workshops.

Find more about WaheNadhi and the facilitators on Facebook at www.fb.me/waheconnect

INR 650/person
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